A doctor prescribed me an antidepressant that had no bad side effects. I was diagnosed with a mental illness. The doctor started me on a low dose of 10 milligrams (which was a pale green color) and then increased it to 20 milligrams (which was a dark smoked color) at some point. After 15 months, the doctor lowered the dose to 5 milligrams (which was an orange color). It was interesting to me that the color of the medicine changed according to the milligram. The dark smoked color was for the higher dose, the pale green was for the moderate dose, and the orange was for the lower dose. We stayed on the lower dose for a few months and even the color of the medicine box made me feel better.
Today I started taking a new medicine that my doctor suggested after the other two medicines I tried (Prozac and Selectra) didn't work. I'm not very hopeful that this one will work, but I'm going to give it a try and see what happens over time. So far, I've been on it for three days and I've already noticed that I'm not as hungry as I used to be. I'm hoping that this effect isn't just temporary and that I'll be able to lose some weight. We'll have to wait and see.
Today the doctor gave me a new medicine that I asked for. I told them that I wouldn't take it if it would kill my pet, so they gave me a different one. I'm feeling really down, but if I don't have my pet, I don't want to live.
I have been taking a special medicine for about a year and it has made a huge difference in my life. If you take it regularly, it will make your life much better. Don't make the mistake I did and stop taking it suddenly.
I started taking a medicine for depression about 10 days ago. At first, I had some nausea and headaches, but those have gone away now. I often feel like crying, even when I'm just talking to people. If I watch a movie that's a bit sad, I cry a lot. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night and can't get back to sleep.