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Old 02-05-18, 12:15 PM   #11
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i can only say to this that your partner is not worthy of a dude like you,be you depressiv or not??a medical urgency like you went through needs care,attention and love from a partner...if she went away just leaving you with zero attention...she's no partner for you,mate..i know these are hard words,but love and partnership is bit more then nice words,sex and just being together for the sake of?regarding your health situation==take care,listen to what the docs say and keep us updated...if Peru beats Belgium in Russia(world cup)i will get a heart attack(just joking)
take life in a joking way==with a pinch of salt...
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Old 02-05-18, 12:35 PM   #12
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Hahaha my friend, yes, smiling and reasons to laugh are important. I don't know what I want to think with her, but with a child together it's more complicated - we both have admitted we would not be together if not for the little one.

I don't know what the possibilities of Peru playing Belgium are, how many games would need to pass - if it happens a virtual beer will be on the table good sir!
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Many hugs to you Andino, keep us updated
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Old 02-05-18, 04:25 PM   #14
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You are welcome! I hope you find some helpful directions to take for your health needs. I have a milder version of what you may have with Reynauds syndrome in my hands and feet because I got frostbite when I was young. I have to watch my extremities when it is cool out to be sure they stay warm and protected enough. Circulation is such an big issue for so many people as they age, I am just growing to appreciate this for myself. I hope you can find ways to improve your situation.
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I am sat in my office and I just realized something, which I don't know if it has a bearing on all, certainly at least a side to it though.

When I left my medications - I think in December, antidepressents and antipsychotics - I started having these brain zaps (as I see them called from internet searches, a symptom of withdrawal from the antidepressents. Every day, almost every hour at times.

This accident last week, I've just realized I haven't had a single "brain zap" since then. So it's either one of the causes, or the injections I'm being given to help blood flow to the brain is helping that too. I guess I might find out when the injections stop, if the flashes come back.

I like my doctor, but don't see him as an expert in these areas, the psychological side, and he's negative towards that I was taking the meds in the first place. I wonder if the old psychiatrist could provide any insight...
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I hope he can be helpful. It can be hard to find the good in someone if they seem overly critical or against your plan of health treatment. I see a lot of that attitude in doctors here. If my idea doesn't match what plan they have for me, they sometimes act like they don't want to see me as a patient at all.
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Hope everything is fine Andino :)
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