enlightened_plutonian Posted April 21, 2011 Share Posted April 21, 2011 Hope I've put this in the right place. I put it here because it is a question related to my Seroquel. Basically, I am worried that the pdoc is going to see how I am doing much better (almost no anxiety, no more thought control, and the 'current delusions' were just a figment of his imagination anyway - I've been without any delusions for 12 months) and take me off my meds 'because I am doing better'. Plus now the sedation is at a good level that I can sleep well and get up at a reasonable time. With sleep deprivation being one of my triggers, this is important to me. I'm not addicted or anything, but this is the best I have been in the last 5 years, and all of my friends have noticed a positive difference. And I do not believe in coincidence. There has to be something in that I am improving on the meds, which is why I do not want to stop them just yet. Timing and all that... My appointment is in 2 weeks time. I didn't think at my last appointment to ask if he intended to keep me on meds long term or short term. Which I know was stupid of me. I'm worried because the thought control might come back if I come off my meds, and that was the underlying problem I needed and wanted help with. Plus the permanent fear of having another psychotic episode and the consequences of that, which will be a massive fear if my thought control comes back. Any input / personal experience is greatly appreciated. Hope this made sense. Thank you in advance. - enlightened_plutonian Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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