Originally Posted by butterfly11
You are getting your daughter to people that can help her. You are doing the right thing.
Thank you very much for the responses I greatly appreciate them. my daughters update:She is doing better after Monday morning my parents, daughter,and I had went to meet with the principle and counselor,while waiting in office my daughter said "It is about to be 3rd Hour!I want to go to class"I said go and she ran out of there to class....so that was a good beginning!
We all agreed to no homeschooling that she needs to be in social environment.We are starting counseling and she has appointment still with psychiatrist in Feb....I know that she is depressed because life has not been a walk in the park but me and her are going to get better together and no matter what we will never lose our bond as mother and daughter....if anything this will make it stronger then ever.
My medication update:Without the Pristiq 50mg on that day I do not know where I would be today...I really like this medication so far and I am on day 5.I also feel that it has helped me with my PCS in a big way.The other hand the Valium 10mg 2times a night has good and bad It has helped my muscle aches through the day but at night when I take it I get restlessness and kind of angry so then I take a 300mg of melantonin and pass out.
Has anyone changed from xanax to valium before?If so how did you feel and what side effects did you have?
What Happened: In 2011 I was in a MVA
Symptoms: Physical: I am always cold in any season!!I cannot tolerate anything pressure on my head(sun glasses,hats)longer then a hour,Lock jaw/Displaced TMJ, Dropsey, Hands go numb, Arms go numb, back of head numb (when asleep),Muscle spasms in face & upper body,migraines, concentration headaches, dizziness, nausea, neck and back trauma (from accident), tinnitus, extreme light sensitivity, noise sensitivity, EXTREME fatigue, impaired vestibular system, balance off, Pupils NEVER equal, disrupted sleep cycles,speech problems.
Cognitive: Cognitive Behavior, Brain fog, impulsivity, speech problems, word finding problems, slowed processing speeds, impaired visual memory, impaired complex attention
Emotional: Unable to handle stress or overstimulation without getting extremely irritable or angry, easily overstimulated, MAJOR depression, major anxiety, Panic attacks
Treatment so far: Treatment for PCS,PTSD,Depression & panic,Vestibular therapy, Physical therapy, Vitamin Schedule,Walking,No Dairy, No eggs, No caffeine, No artificial coloring, Sleep with 2 pillows, Very little sugars consumed, Eat healthy,No alcohol, Medications, limit stress and overstimulation.
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