Kind of amazing how the right dose of antidepressants can help you get back in the swing of things.

I should have done this years ago.
Actually I did back in the 90s. The pain management team I had included a chiropractor.

He told the doctor to add an antidepressant to my pain pills. I had to stop taking it due to the expense.
Thanks to my sister I got back on them. I'm hitting the four week mark of taking them consistently.

And this is the longest stretch of work I've been able to do.
Had to up my pain med dose too. And I'm sure I couldn't do this every day.

But right now? I feel like I could get back to my pre-cancer normal in a few months.
If your #ChronicPain comes with or triggers depression, try the anti-depressants.

I hate pills too. Now that I'm taking them I realize I hate being depressed more.
Isn't it bad enough being in pain?

Also disclaimer about how I'm not a doctor etcand you have to talk to them a d decide what's right for you!
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