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Peacemakesgrace, welcome to the sight. I have to totally agree with jaimelyn on this, you need to contact your doctor & tell him/her what is going on in the reaction department with this med. As she said there are so many different kinds of meds out there to be tried. Might I ask your age? Antidepressants have to be watched closely in a young person as suicide thoughts for some reason are very high. I would also like to know what your diagnosis is if you wouldn't mind. Good luck to you, but I definately think at the very least, a phone to the office is in order...
Hello peacemakesgrace. You are having a serious,and dangerous reaction to the drug, and need to notify your doctor as quickly as possible. These thoughts will not go away, they will only increase, so you'll find no relief. Please, don't put it off thinking they're going to disappear, the feelings and thoughts. urges will only become stronger.
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