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Re: [IP] Study Shows Diabetes Doubles Risk for Depression



Heather,
Thanks so much.  I am glad to hear someone that has gone through this also.
I will talk to my doctor to see what he feels would help me!  Thanks so
much!

Sara

----- Original Message -----
From: Heather <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2001 5:35 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] Study Shows Diabetes Doubles Risk for Depression


> Sara said,
>
> I think I have the this.  I have constant anxiety and signs of depression
> but am to scared to say anything to anyone espcially a doctor.  I have
> always been a worrier but the last year it seems to be over whelming me.
> Should I be concerned anyone else feel this way?
>
> I've also been a worrier most of my life, but the past year has really
been
> bad.  Overwhelmed and axious are really the only words I could use to
> describe how I felt.  Then about a month ago, I finally talked to my
doctor.
> He put me on Prozac and Xanax, and let me tell you, I'm a new person!  I
> know there is no such thing as a magic pill, but these medications have
> REALLY helped me!  I've stopped the Xanax, and am only taking 10 mg of
> Prozac a day now, and I feel much more able to deal with things.  It
wasn't
> a fix-all, but did give me the ability to handle things better.
>
> Hope this helps,
> Heather
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