What medication do you take regularly
and what's the official medical condition for why you get it prescribed?
I have chronic urticaria which is basically super itchy hives all over me 24/7. It's an incurable genetic disorder but the antihistamines keep it relatively under control. I also take Vitamin D supplements (not prescribed) as they help reduce the rash and I figure I need them anyway since I don't go outside
do you happen to know a site where I can read up on the maximal recommended doses of vitamins and minerals? I know that there are medical limits to what you should take, even of vitamins (to what degree these are accurate is another question)
25mg zyprexa (antipsychotic), 45mg mirtazapine (anti-depressant), 150mg lyrica (anti-anxiety)
I take it for diagnosed Psychosis with generalised anxiety disorder, major depression, social anxiety disorder, personality disorder and possible bipolar
i take spiro and estro and finasteride and quedexy
cause im trans and i have epilepsy
Because it takes a good five years to get a diagnosis for it and I have only been reviewed for three years, they are still in the process I am still doing tests for it and to see if I have anymore manic episodes.
I take trileptal and lamictal for epilepsy. Just got off keppra. Never tried quedexy before. Does it work well for you? Have you tried other drugs? what kind of seizures do you have?
also take lexapro
I have to take three different pills to make up for my missing testicles.