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#41 necrotic_cerebrum

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Posted 10 March 2007 - 09:45 PM

:boo: Ows?!? di nga???!!! :blink:


yup bsta hndi pwde ds wk kc exam week nmin.
another condition is... bsta ba pakilala mo ko sa pretty face na nasa avatar mo. hehehe. :rolleyes:

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Posted 24 March 2007 - 08:22 AM

is ther any medicine that can treat obsessive compulsive disorder?

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Posted 26 March 2007 - 07:19 PM

Hi Kara,

Which explains your "Hyperventilation" I suppose.

Relax ka lang. Think of a distraction when you suffer a panic attack.

Hope you get through these difficult times. :D

Here is a story that might cheer you up . . .

I used to have an ex-GF from Earth who got promoted to Heaven. I always wait for her outside of this fastfood near GL. While waiting for her at a nearby fastfood, a gorgeous gal stepped out of the door at marami syang take out. I don't know what came over me but I chased her in the parking lot and I asked her if she was Kara. Of course, she was surprised bordering on scared but composed pa naman. She denied being you which I believed naman. Turns out she was a singer in one of the nearby bars. Gave her my business card and hoped for the best. We never got hooked up again but it was a sign that I just had to split with my GF at GL. Since then, naging malaya na ako. Naintindihan naman ako ng aking ex-GF but she was really devastated. During the time we were together, we never had sex except that time when we initially met. I just needed to make the relationship pure and it was a mutual decision. :D

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Posted 26 March 2007 - 07:33 PM

Hi Kara,

Which explains your "Hyperventilation" I suppose.

Relax ka lang. Think of a distraction when you suffer a panic attack.

Hope you get through these difficult times. :D

Here is a story that might cheer you up . . .

I used to have an ex-GF from Earth who got promoted to Heaven. I always wait for her outside of this fastfood near GL. While waiting for her at a nearby fastfood, a gorgeous gal stepped out of the door at marami syang take out. I don't know what came over me but I chased her in the parking lot and I asked her if she was Kara. Of course, she was surprised bordering on scared but composed pa naman. She denied being you which I believed naman. Turns out she was a singer in one of the nearby bars. Gave her my business card and hoped for the best. We never got hooked up again but it was a sign that I just had to split with my GF at GL. Since then, naging malaya na ako. Naintindihan naman ako ng aking ex-GF but she was really devastated. During the time we were together, we never had sex except that time when we initially met. I just needed to make the relationship pure and it was a mutual decision. :D




wow....talk about touching lives :D
....so where do i get to buy Prozac again? available ba yan sa mercury? over the counter ba yan? how much kaya? and ano pa ba ibang anti-depressant na over the counter lang? anyone? :blink:


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Posted 29 March 2007 - 12:41 AM

wow....talk about touching lives :D
....so where do i get to buy Prozac again? available ba yan sa mercury? over the counter ba yan? how much kaya? and ano pa ba ibang anti-depressant na over the counter lang? anyone? :blink:


Gulo pala ng kwento ko. :blink: Anyway I saw you in one MTC party and I think your also pretty and you don't look like your age. Was looking for you at GL but they said you were retired.

Prozac is not available as an over the counter drug. In fact, all SSRI (mga kapatid ng Prozac like sertraline, fluvoxamine, citalopram) would require prescription. I can get you an anxiolytic if you want - Valium, Stilnox or Xanor. By your complaints of hyperventilation and panic attacks, looks like ito kailangan mo unless your really diagnosed with MDD.

If you have a doctor friend (aside from Doc Pepper :P ), you can ask for a prescription and you can buy it at Mercury.

Basta you don't need to be depressed cause some women will spend millions just be look half as good as you are. :)

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Posted 29 March 2007 - 12:58 AM

siguro yun yung mga malala na talaga...but as in my case...
...i dunno...there really must something wrong w/ me...i actually experience/ still experiencing those symptoms... and yes i'm completely aware...and it worries me alot...promise...i'm not making things up...would you be cutting yourself every now and then if you were normal???
would you?....and the rest of the other symptoms....mangyayari ba lahat sayo yun kung walang problema sa sarili mo??? talaga???....s@%t pasensya na...nag papalibre lang talaga ako sa consultation :P ...la akong pambayad sa shrink eh...haha :D ...tsaka...yun nga...ayoko lumabas ng bahay....( and this one...lumalala na talaga sya...i swear!)

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girl, u'll only live once..

make the best outta it..

just pray i know it's hard pero i do think that sarili mo lang ang kalaban mo, heck, un pa naman ang pinakamahirap di ba..

everytime na maka-experience ka ng panic attack or some sort, just think of any happy moment, try to divert it, it's all in your mind, and always remember, you're the master of you're own self..

i do believe that you're normal nothing's wrong with you..

it's just that you're too confused about something wherein reality, there is really no need to be worried about..

the fact that you're posting and i mean an active poster in this forum and be able to communicate with others means something, that you're practically normal and sane..

like what i've said, minsan ka lang mabubuhay girl, sasayangin mo pa ba...

think about it..

read the Good Book, it'll help, trust me..

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Posted 31 March 2007 - 09:01 PM

Before we ask that question, we should be sure that we are indeed suffering from OC disorder. Moreover, there is an option to medication when it cames to OC disorder. There are behavioral and psychoanalytic interventions available which in most cases proves more effective than medication.

is ther any medicine that can treat obsessive compulsive disorder?



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Posted 27 April 2007 - 01:11 PM

question: is a girl fixated on BDSM and rape fantasies a cause for concern?

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Posted 12 May 2007 - 05:41 PM

any suggestions or recommendation for a child psychologist?

Please PM me.

Thanks

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Posted 30 May 2007 - 08:02 AM

any suggestions or recommendation for a child psychologist?

Please PM me.

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child psychiatrist...you can go to UERM Psychiatric Dept. they will refer you to a good child psychiatrist...

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Posted 05 September 2007 - 10:02 PM

is therE any CHRISTIAN PSYCHOLOGIST DOCTORS for BIPOLAR patient available? please give me message.

also im looking for a care giver for bipolar patient...

thanks,

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Posted 23 November 2007 - 09:06 PM

Im one of the few who dislikes to associate with neighbors. I want to be left alone and I am very much disinterested in knowing their personal affairs or their skeletons in a closet. The only thing I want to preserve and protect are my vested legal rights which I believe is the interest of the greater majority. In other words, im the type of person na, "wag mo ko pakialaman at hindi kita pakikialaman", "bahala ka sa buhay mo bahala na ako sa buhay ko". After a brief introduction of my preference not to mingle with my neigbhors. This is my question:

Why do some neighbors claim a right which does not belong to them? For example, I have placed a barbed wire fence on one of our lots in a subdivision with a HUGE sign of NO TRESPASSING. But one of my neighbors replaced their old iron gate and the idiot placed the old gate to our lot. WTF! so I asked him to remove it since the property is private but while they are removing it naka pamewang pa at nakasimangot ang tadong kapitbahay. ANother incident in one of our house at Makati which we inherited from our lola. A neighbor frequently or habitually parked his cars in front of my lola's house. Pinababayaan lang ni lola. But as soon as we have taken over we asked him to remove his cars and park it in front of his house instead. In reply, nagalit pa ang gago. Kesyo ano ba ang ginagawa ng kotse niya sa bahay namin. Kesyo kami ba ang mayari ng kalye. To cut the story short, a settlement was reached in the conciliatory proceedings in our barangay only the time when we threatened to sue him (wala palang pang korte ang gago). I have other horrific confrontation stories with my neighbors who insist on overstepping on someone else's rights. I mean do we have to even go through an arbitration process just to know that parking habitually in front of your neighbor's house is against good customs?

Im not asking what to do legally coz I already know what to do with neighbors with unruly behavior. But what explanation can psychology offer to this demented type of people? Mga tipong Alam mo na ngang mali ka ikaw pa ang galit. I just want to know what part of sociological psychology or human behavioral science or whatever could explain why they act that way?

Im not saying that the world is against me, but I commend my neighbors who mind their own affairs in return I mind my own. I would also like to reiterate that I have no intentions to be sociable with anyone in my neighborhood. I have lots of work to do. I just want to mind my own business or they should mind their own business. WALANG PAKELAMANAN.

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Posted 26 January 2008 - 06:42 PM

For mental disorders such as Bipolar or Manic Depressive Disorder.
Should a patient go to a Psychiatrist or a Psychologist?

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Posted 26 January 2008 - 08:12 PM

For mental disorders such as Bipolar or Manic Depressive Disorder.
Should a patient go to a Psychiatrist or a Psychologist?


for bipolar disorder, you need both. a psychiatrist is for the medical side, since the patient needs to have certain meds prescribed ( the drug they use effectively at the moment is seroquel). it is the psychiatrist who will determine the dosage and the frequency, depending on the evaluation.

you also need a clinical psychologist who will handle the counseling - normally,there are certain emotional issues which needs to be addressed in order to heal.

they normally work as a team if you want recovery. but it will take time and patience. it also helps to have a support group like family and close friends who understand the symptoms and can help the patient get through certain attacks.


( you learn a lot in oprah's shows ....... :P )


seriously, the doctors in this thread might be able to clarify if the above suggestions are correct.

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Posted 15 February 2008 - 05:57 PM

is xanex available here in the PI?


I have acces to Prozac 20. Well actually I have 2 with me right now but Im kind of afraid to use it. Baka ma Heath Ledger ako....

At times I get depressed but not always.





And does anybody know what the effect of drinking 10mg + vodka do?


Im really looking for an instant "goodnight sleep".

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Posted 06 March 2008 - 01:26 AM

is xanex available here in the PI?


I have acces to Prozac 20. Well actually I have 2 with me right now but Im kind of afraid to use it. Baka ma Heath Ledger ako....

At times I get depressed but not always.





And does anybody know what the effect of drinking 10mg + vodka do?


Im really looking for an instant "goodnight sleep".


not a good idea to take it without prescription..common mistakes of patients to take meds as heard or as previously prescribed...physicians diagnose and dispense medications that is appropriate for a particular case which includes proper dosage and adjustments of drug dose...alcohol may accentuate the actions of some drugs that may lead to sudden fluctuations in bodily functions that will do harm or even cause death...and also not al doctors can dispense all kinds of drugs..they even have to take special examinations in order to prescribe drugs that are controlled by the government..

any comments/reactions to my post are acknowledged

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Posted 10 March 2008 - 11:23 AM

i have this problem of sweaty hands, very sweaty when i get too excited or get nervous. i think i got it from my childhood from the habit of wanting to get my hands and feet wet all the time until i developed it from sweating it myself. is there cure for this?

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Posted 19 March 2008 - 01:56 PM

i have this problem of sweaty hands, very sweaty when i get too excited or get nervous. i think i got it from my childhood from the habit of wanting to get my hands and feet wet all the time until i developed it from sweating it myself. is there cure for this?

i guess you are suffering from hyperhidrosis. you could go to a dermatologist to solve your concern because they are the ones expert in this issue.

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Posted 19 March 2008 - 02:04 PM

is xanex available here in the PI?


I have acces to Prozac 20. Well actually I have 2 with me right now but Im kind of afraid to use it. Baka ma Heath Ledger ako....

At times I get depressed but not always.





And does anybody know what the effect of drinking 10mg + vodka do?


Im really looking for an instant "goodnight sleep".




to feel the effect of Prozac, it should be taken everyday for at least 1 week. it is not as dangerous as valium. almost half of the people in the US take Prozac because it also relieves stress. it is also called the "happy pill". it is not advisable to take prozac with vodka. for an instant good night sleep, take valium or dormicum. i would suggest that you go to a psychiatrist as each person is different and the adverse reaction of this medicince might not be suited for your body.

Edited by betloger, 19 March 2008 - 02:07 PM.


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Posted 13 June 2008 - 02:00 AM

hmmm...taking fluoxetine or prozac for feeling lonely or depressed? go to the non-pharmacologic way....go to the roots. yun prozac o alcohol mo parang band aid lang....not really targeting the roots of the problem..

learn to manage stress....learn to relax and let go of things out of your control. try to pray or meditate o talk to someone. have some exercise and enough sleep.

learn to cope up with stress and your problems. well it is easier said than done, but it is worth it.




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