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wannatalk65 posted:
Yesterday morning been through Hell once again. Got my self to the ER and finally got Paxil, Hopefully it will get through til I see my therapist? This is sure rough...... But I have my fiancee by my side and with the people on here and the research, I will make it through.
Thanks again for all support
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alaska_mommy responded:
I'm sorry you're having such a rough time. Keep in mind that Paxil may take up to 4-6 weeks to kick in for you. So in the meantime, keep reaching out for help, call the crisis line if you need it, and hang in there till you see your therapist!
 
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chez1 responded:
hi wannatalk
keep up the positive attitude about the supports around you, hold onto them.
Also well done on going to ER, it must have been quite a thought for you, I am sure you thought about it long and hard before getting there, that was a big step, again a positive step.
Hope you are still doing well
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