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... eve that if you pray hard enough and you believe hard enough that is all you need and bp will go away. And I know that Tshol will pipe in saying that if you had heart condition or other medical issues you would have to take medication, that praying it away is not effective, do I make sense? ... (13 replies)
Sep 25, 2003
... n them and didn't want to mellow myself out because i really enjoyed my highs. but when i finally saw the psyciatrist he exlpained it to me like this. if i had a heart condition wouldn't i take the proper medication to keep me healthy. i said of course i would. ... (0 replies)
... Please don't beat yourself up. He shouldn't be calling you crazy would he have a go at you if you had a heart condition? ... (7 replies)

... You would never ask someone with a heart condition to refrain from taking why would it be any different for someone with a brain condition? ... (5 replies)
... o, from reading all of your posts. I doubt if he even realizes there is something more than "anger control" which is why the meds were prescribed, as he'd had a heart attack some time ago. ... (10 replies)
... has had 2 heart surgeries and is a vietnam vet who should probably have VA disability for PTSD since that is what started his drinking. ... (9 replies)
... ld is planned. In order to survive, I must accept medication and my Dr. has recommended Prozac since it is the oldest and the most studied. I also have SVT, a heart condition where the heart speeds up for no reason, and I really believe it is conncected to the Bipolar problem. ... (2 replies)
Coming off Lithium
Jan 20, 2012
... me symptoms when I was taken off of Lithium. I too had some very vivid nightmares and hallucinations. I had to stop taking Lithium because I also have a severe heart condition and my Doc. didn't want to take a chance on Lithium causing any difficulties. Hang in there. ... (6 replies)
... me. I Was fortunatate to get the right doctor for me and was fortunate to have the right medicine work for me. Its like my doctor said to me if I Were to have a heart condition I Would need to take medicine for it so its no different Taking medicine for the brain to make it work better . ... (6 replies)
... If you had diabetes or a heart condition you'd have to take pills foever so just think of it rationaly and get on with it...if you want to get better that is. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks everyone for your advice. Hopefully it does not take 2 years. My aunt filed for her heart condition and it took over 2 years for the final decision. ... (8 replies)
... All I know is that you should be tested for heart condition before you start to take it, and I believe they may want to monitor blood levels, too. ... (3 replies)
... ver been psychotic like my husband or with an uncontrollable temper like my son....just anxiety from hell and that is not good for my health and I already have a heart condition. I didn't know not being able to tolerate meds was linked to being bipolar, my doc told me it was because I have anxiety. ... (9 replies)
... I loved this man, he loved me. Yet, the ramifications of this condition tainted, warped and fractured every aspect of our life, regardless of how hard we tried to make it go better. ... (11 replies)
... best friend and all you are trying to cope with right now. I must say I am probably in no mental condition right now to give any profound advice. I am bipolar and in a depressive episode. ... (11 replies)
Jan 21, 2005
... Im very sorry to hear about your heart condition, hopefully it will be resolved soon. ... (11 replies)
... A condition where the membranes of the stomach and intestines are irritated. ... (7 replies)
Please help me...
Feb 18, 2007
... home with this news, proving that I was indeed BACK! The response from my wife was 'thats the most rediculous thing i've heard, the last thing u need with your condition is additional stress'. ... (15 replies)
... Sudden and intense feelings of fear, terror, and dread physically creating shortness of breath, sweating, trembling and heart palpitations. ... (7 replies)
... of the oxygen in your blood, so if perfusion is not good, then a pervasive psychological and physical depressive condition would tend to follow. Not to scare, but ischemia is called the 'silent' killer for this reason. ... (9 replies)

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