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-She was supposed to start her 30 mg tonight, but I convinced her that it was probably best to take a 60 mg tonight since she (I assume) missed one the day before. Should she start her 30s tomorrow night, or stay on her 60s to get her back on a regular schedule?
-Is the doctor's plan a good idea? Believe me, this doctor is NOT psychiatrist. But is weening her off a powerful drug like Cymbalta with a week of 30 mg and a prescription of Zoloft a good idea?
-Not to sound selfish, but what I should I do? Like I said, this is making my GAD REALLY intense, and it's a bad thing for the both of us. I'm 19 years old. I came here to get a job, to do this and to do that, but she will not let me leave the house. She keeps saying things like "Do you really think I should be left alone in this state?" and she starts bursting into tears. What am I to do?I'm just constantly worrying about her around the clock. About her medication, about her depression, about everything. She says she wants me to "live with her forever". I love her, and I've been doing pretty much everything I can for her for the past week, I care about her. But the thought of this terrifies me. Forever? Worrying and being anxious 24/7? Not ever being able to leave the house? Not getting a job?. She makes me get up and keep her company in the morning while she gets ready for work, and calls me constantly to make sure that I am home for when she comes home.
Also: I assume the uncontrollable laughter followed by the fit of crying and depression was due to the fact that she hadn't taken a cymbalta in nearly 48 hours? It really frightened me. I wasn't sure what to do. Can anybody confirm if this is common or not?