If I'm late one more time to work I'm positive that corrective action will be taken place. Im trying really hard not fly off the handle and say something very stupid to my bosses. Which that has already happened bc I'm not in my right mind. And Im constantly feeling the urge to go to the bathroom all day. Then when I go I can't or only it's only a little bit. Ladies mostly would understand this I think. But It feels like you have a UTI only without the pain but with the urge to all of a sudden you got to go now! Oh and I'm overly sensitive. I almost cried at work bc CNN was showing part of the memorial service of Mandela. Then it showed our President Obama give the Cuban dictator person a hug. I know more then likely it was all for the cameras and keeping the peace. But still I almost cried and people think that I really lost it.
So my question is #1 what can I do or take or eat or drink that will get me through this while sitting at a desk for 8 hours.
#2 what will help my over active Blatter so I can get some sleep?
You need to take a few weeks of FMLA leave to get over the withdrawls if you can. Your physician needs to keep an eye on you. The withdrawls can be horrible. They are similar to coming off an antidepressant and narcotic at the same time. I know from experience. It was by far the worst overall withdrawls I have indured.
As far as urinary issues, its better to just keep hydrated with drinks containing electrolytes... you can pee out too much sodium and potassium if you are not careful... another reason why your doctor needs to monitor you closely and leave from work to get past the physical and most of the mental aspects of withdrawls. While on Family Medical Leave Act they have to secure your position wherever you work. It will be to your advantage and your company's by helping you get over this and not being late for work or acting strange while you're there and them suspecting other drug use.
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