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 Post subject: It's not always gloomy
PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 3:00 pm 
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Hi all,

It occured to me that I always write when I have a problem. "Help, I took extra subs" Or " I can't sleep" I'm depressed!"

Well, I think it's time to write to let you know that I am doing good. I seem to have settled in to my subs. My pain seems to be controlled and I am sleeping thanks to an adjustment in the mgs. of my antidepressat, Remeron. It also seems to be helping my mood. I don't go into crying jags and snowstorms don't depress me & make me crave anymore. Thank goodness because we are having one snowstorm after another in New York City.

So that's it!! Just thought I would tell you this.

I hope everyone is doing as well as possible. Please write to me anytime. You know Queenie is right here.

I Love you all so very much


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I have been taking Remeron regularly for the last 8 months or so and it works awesome for me. I take 30mg at night. Glad it's working for you too Queenie. Just stick with it if you can because it does tend to cause significant weight gain. I needed the extra pounds so I don't mind it too much. Take care.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 4:29 pm 
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Yes Bupinator, It does make me very hungry. But, like you, I can use a few pounds. Let's be careful though.

I am glad to hear it is working for someone other than myself. I was really struggling with insomnia & very sad moods with crying jags.

Stay well, Love Queenie


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Queenie,

Thanks for the update, it's so nice to hear that you're doing better!! I hope this trend continues for a long, long time.


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Thank you, thank you, my sweet Romeo,

I hope things are good with you too.

This forum has been more than a blessing for me. I have met so many wondeful people that I must say I have grown to love as though they are family. I will never forget my first night here. I can only describe it as being rescued from the hell I was in. I have learned so much here that even my Sub doctor & counselor say they are impressed with how knowledgeble I am about Suboxone. I have many here to thank for that and if anyone new is reading this, stay with us. This is the best place to learn about Suboxone.

I thank God that things seem to be settling in for me. Suboxone has saved my life & I pray that many out there that need help can find it too.

Take care of yourself.

Love, Queenie


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I'm am VERY happy to hear you are doing so well. Thanks for checking in.

I sure wish I could stand to gain a few pounds.....SO not the case right now. Ugh!

Cherie

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