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Castielle
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May 20 2017
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Sounds like sleep paralysis, a terrifying phenomenon that happens to a lot of people at some point in their life.

Mar 25 2017
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I got my first Nexplanon back in October, and I’ve loved it! I had one period when I finished out my last pack of birth control (my doc, for some reason, instructed me to finish out my last week and a half of my birth control pill after I got the Nexplanon inserted) and absolutely nothing since! No periods, not even Read more

Mar 20 2017
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...because teens totally regularly have an extra $100 laying around each month, right?

Oct 30 2014
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It was locked. Clarke had to go through the ventilation grate towards the top of the wall to get into the room with the victims.

Sep 16 2014
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I can actually sort of see it being dangerous when it comes to labs. When it comes to chemistry (as well as some biology and maybe physics), there are generally strict rules about skin exposure, shoes, and hair that are enforced for the safety of the students. That said, those rules generally only applied when it was Read more

Jul 28 2013
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That's awesome! Congratulation on finding something cool enough to capture your interest, exercise your body, and help you get to know yourself at the same time. Your excitement it making me want to finally get around to trying some things that I always thought would be really cool. =)

Jul 28 2013
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Right?! Science, where is our miracle drug?! I'll be looking for updates from you seeing how it's going finding the right meds. Good luck!

Jul 28 2013
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I totally feel you on all of it—the ups and downs, some meds not working anymore, impatience... Been there, done that. As you were probably when your Prozac stopped working, some antidepressants become less effective the longer you take them, and some research suggests that if you've developed a tolerance to one drug Read more

Jul 27 2013
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Yes! You are definitely not alone. I've tried a pretty broad spectrum of anti-depressants over the years. Don't give up! If what you're on isn't working or is having too many detrimental side effects, you should definitely talk to your prescribing physician about it. Are you increasing your Wellbutrin dose on advice Read more

Jul 22 2013
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Whoa! That's crazy! Glad they didn't find that you were tumor-free AFTER they cut you open! I know how frustrating any medical condition starting with idiopathic can be, though. Read more

Jul 22 2013
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Whoa! My hormones have been acting up for the past couple of years too! Back in 2011, when I was 21 or 22, my estrogen levels were suddenly lower than those of a post-menopausal woman. It turned out to be an endocrine issue for me, and now that I'm on the right dose of thyroid meds, my hormones are back to normal. Read more

Jul 22 2013
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Thanks so much for your response! I totally feel you on "I probably have this but can't definitively prove..." as well as the host of other medical conditions. *high five!* Read more

Jul 21 2013
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Do we have any diagnosed Jezzies with benign joint hypermobility syndrome (BJH (they may have recently dropped the "benign" part of the name—I' not sure) around here? If so, I have some questions for you, or for anyone else who has knowledge about conditions like benign joint hypermobility syndrome, Ehlors-Danlos Read more

Jul 19 2013
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When Barbie's popularity started to decline, she took a leaf out of Dexter's book to cope with the stress.