I was dead against using them but enough is enough, long story short I've suffered from ocd, an eating disorder and depression in secret since my teens. It's something I've been very embarrassed about and ashamed of admitting. I went to the doctors and broke down in tears, I didn't go into to much details about how I'm feeling but my doctor advised the best way forward would be medication. I'm looking into counselling also. I'm on my second day of taking citalopram and I feel totally exhausted, I've hardly any appetite and I'm grinding my teeth together! Is this normal?
Asked by Anonymous at 11:18 AM on Feb. 13, 2013 in Health
I would make an appointment with a Psychiatrist ASAP. You should always see a Specialistwhen you have a specific problem. THEY are the experts not a regular GP in this instance especially when it comes to anxiety Meds. . GL!
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Answer by Ruthmom802 at 1:49 PM on Feb. 13, 2013
The only way I would take ( I call them crazy pills, sorry). I if I was seeing a physiatrist or therapist of some sort.
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