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i dont know what to do, and theres no hope.

i dontk now what t do, i fell like the only way to get rid of this pain is to just end it........ ive trying everything, to meditation, eating healthy and exercising and trying to talk to other, and nother isnt taking away this pain of anxiety. It doesnt just effect my mind but it effects me phisically. i dont know what  to do anymore i thought that i join this websie and try to help other it would help me but it doesnt seem that its working. and people tell me that in time it will get better. well if thats the case then when. i hate myself right now and im tired of fighting, im tire

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Help me: important information for those contemplating suicide

Don't commit suicide without reading this site! ... Help me; Help me. I am glad you ... I know what it is like to feel there is no hope left. To feel like there is ...
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I am having thoughts of killing myself, and I don't know what to do. Everything is going wrong, ... I hope there are similar agencies to provide assistance.
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I feel like a loser and lost all my hope to live anymore ...

I feel like a loser and lost all my hope to live anymore. What should I do? ... Is there really no hope for me anymore? ... I lost all hope. I don't know how to live ...
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What To Do When You Don’t Know What to Do - Tiny Buddha

What To Do When You Don’t Know What to Do ... And the only way to know what to do? Well actually, there is no ... But there is a little bit of hope inside me ...
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How Can We Hope When There Is No Hope? - LegacyConnect

How Can We Hope When There Is No Hope? By Elizabeth Harper Neeld, Ph.D. The poet and writer Raymond Carver, ... What can I know? What can I do? What can I hope?
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The Vaccines Lyrics - No Hope

and don't know who you are no more, There's no hope, and it's time to come of age. I think it's a problem, ... and there's definitely, no hope, If you don't believe ...
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5 Things to Remain Positive About When All Hope is Gone

... you don’t have a problem ... I know I have. There’s always tomorrow is not just a wishful thinking ... 5 Things to Remain Positive About When All Hope is Gone.
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No hope. Don't know what to do next : Accutane - reddit

No hope. Don't know what to do next ... Is there a long term plan? ... I don't understand why some derms are so insistent on these low dose regimens.
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If The Doctors Don’t Know What to Do With Us, What Hope is ...

If The Doctors Don’t Know What to Do ... So What do I Do? There is some incredible research ... If The Doctors Don’t Know What to Do With Us, What Hope is There?!
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When All Hope Is Gone | Dr. Charles Stanley

There is no such thing as ... we are called to pass the living water on to thirsty people who don’t know where to find it and to lead ... When All Hope Is ...
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Withdrawing from depakote ER

I remember feeling "odd" when I came off depakote, I had like a swimmy feeling in my head all the time and I also got a return of migraines.  If memory serves me correctly I felt like this for about a fortnight following each drop down in dose.  It could also be the combination of getting used to the lithium.  I'm also now on lithium and have found it the best thing ever!  Wish I'd tried it years ago.  Good luck xx
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Teenage breast lump

I don't believe you have the choice to take or not to take the results of your Ultrasound. Your prescribing Physician's office would usually notify you of the results and any follow-up that might be appropriate. Breast cancer at your age would be rare indeed but a breast lump would be rather common. I can assure the lump will not go away and it may even become larger. You need to go back to your Dr. and have him/her explain the results to you in detail. I think you better listen to your Mom and if you won't then listen to me. I have no doubt that the lump you found will be either a cyst or Fibroadenoma (benign breast tumor) ... get yourself to the Dr. and talk about this .... OK?? Being scared never fixed anything .......
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Once an addict, always an addict?

Yes. I think so but i don't look at it as a sentence for life but as another part of my life. Meaning that i have to be conscious of leading a healthy life  and working on my personal issues and this is not bad at all if we look at the positive things of  " wow, i can not hurt myself with substances cause i can not control them and they harm my health, my mind and my life " Please, put the accent on " i can not hurt myself .... " and this is really something good we should have done from the start so it is not bad once we are well on recovery. Maybe now you think you are surrounded only by people doing drugs, this is something from your past life. I bet that once you work on your sobriety, you will surround yourself by people who are not doing drugs because you will have more in common with them and feel better. What i am trying to say is that this is a new life and a much better one that the life you had on active addiction. Have no fears, work on your recovery and sobriety and things will fit in with time. You will fight whatever comes with the tools you are learning now and you will do it by facing them not by hiding and this is something to feel proud. :)
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down to 13

Hi and Welcome,,just saw your post,,there will be another member on later tonight that will be able to help you with this,,he knows all about this,,I just wanted to bump you up so he will see it. ~Bkitty
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help. tapering down now

Im just really worried couse im already feeling the symptoms. And i know its going to be bad. Im doing this alone and i just feel it would be a little easier having someone to talk to.
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Sleep problems (non-restorative sleep)

  Hi and welcome to the Chiari forum.   I am glad to see u know about sleep apnea, and I know how u feel...but outside of it not being sleep apnea it could also be the amount of oxygen that gets into ur blood stream..... Have u had a sleep study or one to see if u had enuff oxygen in the bloodstream?    I did, and I do not have sleep apnea, and I have enuff oxygen in my blood stream.....but no restorative sleep!! U would think I ran a marathon or something the fatigue I have...and with my issues that is not even a what else can it be...low levels of vitamins and minerals getting absorbed into our bloodstream..... I have more testing coming up on that, and the only possible mineral not tested last time was my magnesium- but, I also have GERD which having excess acids  does not allow for for absorption of ne vitamin or all should be checked.Below I mention several that we all should have tested regularly. What Are Some Symptoms of Hypomagnesemia To Look For? You may not have any symptoms, unless your blood test results show that your magnesium levels are significantly decreased. Muscle weakness, confusion, and decreased reflexes with severely low blood magnesium levels.  You may also notice "jerky" movements, high blood pressure, and irregular heart rhythms with severely low blood magnesium levels. What are the symptoms? If your vitamin B12 deficiency is mild, you may not have symptoms or you may not notice them. Some people may think they are just the result of growing older. As the anemia gets worse, you may: Feel weak, tired, and lightheaded. Have pale skin. Have a sore, red tongue or bleeding gums. Feel sick to your stomach and lose weight. Have diarrhea or constipation. If the level of vitamin B12 stays low for a long time, it can damage your nerve cells. If this happens, you may have: Numbness or tingling in your fingers and toes. A poor sense of balance. Depression. Dementia, a loss of mental abilities. Low Potassium Symptoms Usually symptoms of low potassium are mild. At times the effects of low potassium can be vague. There may be more than one symptom involving the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, kidneys, muscles, heart, and nerves. Weakness, tiredness, or cramping in arm or leg muscles, sometimes severe enough to cause inability to move arms or legs due to weakness (much like a paralysis) Tingling or numbness Nausea or vomiting Abdominal cramping, bloating Constipation Palpitations (feeling your heart beat irregularly) Passing large amounts of urine or feeling very thirsty most of the time Fainting due to low blood pressure Abnormal psychological behavior: depression, psychosis, delirium, confusion, or hallucinations. Symptoms of Low Vitamin D Levels As mentioned above, low vitamin D levels in the blood can lead to certain diseases and disorders. It has been observed that symptoms of low vitamin D level may not be significant to get noticed during the early stages itself. In most cases, this condition is detected when it gets severe and reversing it at that stage may be difficult. As most of the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency mimic other health problems, it may be left undetected for a long time. The following are some of the symptoms that are associated with low vitamin D levels. Vitamin D deficiency can exist in two forms. One is the mild form, characterized by mild symptoms like loss of appetite, weight loss, diarrhea, insomnia, vision problems, and burning sensation in the mouth and the throat. Severe vitamin D deficiency can develop symptoms like muscle pain, fatigue, depression, low immunity, hearing loss, low calcium levels and resultant weaker bones that are susceptible to fractures. This vitamin deficiency may lead to rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults. Kids with rickets are often found to have soft bones in the legs and the skull. Most of the affected kids have curved legs. Children with low vitamin D levels may also develop muscle cramps, seizures and breathing problems. Emergence of milk tooth may be delayed in them. Other symptoms of low vitamin D levels in kids include irritability and depression. In some rare cases, heart problems, like cardiomyopathy may also develop. Adults with osteomalacia develop weakness and bone pain, especially in ribs, hips, pelvis, thighs and feet. They may find it difficult to walk or climb stairs. Most of them are found to have an unsteady walking pattern. In the long run, low vitamin D levels can contribute to the development of osteoporosis in adults. It has been observed that the most common symptom of low vitamin D levels is musculoskeletal pain, which is felt as a deep throbbing in the limbs. Another apparent symptom is dental problems, including periodontal diseases, caused by insufficient supply of calcium to the teeth. Those who have vitamin D deficiency are also believed to have the additional risk of developing some types of cancer like breast, colon and ovarian cancer. As the immune system can also get affected by vitamin D deficiency, there are chances of contracting a number of other diseases. With a weak immune system, the overall health can be affected.
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I dont know

On the shot a lot of women never get a period.  I rarely had one in the years I was on the shot.  Whenever I change birth control I feel the same way... crampy and like I am going to start.  I actually just started a new one about a month ago and I am so tired of the cramps, pms, and my boobs hurting.  I think you are probably just fine and all this is normal.  Your body is just getting used to these hormones so it's gonna be a little out of whack for a while.  You may never get a period while being on the shot so I wouldn't worry about that.  When I did have periods on the shot though, they were the most miserable periods of my life.  The worst cramps I have ever had but the bleeding only lasted like half a day, but it was REALLY heavy.  I would have to change a maxi pad every 20-30 minutes.
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Asking for advice AND doing it, then a $2 raise. Yeah, I think you are getting. Fight the demons, accept the gifts, and then I spring people to want what you have. I believe you will do this and never regret it. Keep us posted. Stuffing feelings is easy to do alone, but unstuffing them is a team sport. Rock on! Keep your eyes on the prize. Freedom at last.
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feeling it today

11 days is huge! Keep up the good fight, feeling better is just around the corner, you can do this! The two week mark is the point where the worst of the physical battle is over. Now the mental battle is the biggest threat to sobriety. The addict side of us will put up quite a fight at this stage. Just keep your guard up and your eyes on the prize: a clean sober life that is so worth the effort. We are all here for you, keep coming back!
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feels like a dream

Go and get some help. This is not the place to get the help you need. You can get treated at any Mental Health clinic in any city...even if you have no insurance. 10 years is a long time to feel badly. GO! there is lots of help out there.
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