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Old 04-17-2019, 01:22 AM   #1
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I'm not sure as to what is going on but my life is slowly over several years is slowing down. Everything. I'm doing lifes things more, and more slowly, and I have to push myself to get anything done. I might be discouraged. This is happening very slowly. I am so tired. A lot of my hobby stuff is packed for the move. I feel like I'm being left behind. BF
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Old 04-17-2019, 01:54 AM   #2
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It might be the Seroquel, the other medicines, my age, and a lot of other things. My knees are hurting. BF
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I know the feeling. My lower back has been aching and I have a hard time walking and I have had stomach aches. I have trouble doing things except petting my cats and reading.
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I'm sorry that you feel like you have been slowing down, BF

Some of it could be the Seroquel. I take 800mg of it, and I know that since taking it, I move at a snail's pace when at my baseline. I'm on a bunch of other meds too tho.

Some of it may also be your kidney condition. You probably had it for a long time before you were diagnosed
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Sending some hugs. And hoping when you can get your things
that are packed back out it will help.

I think the waiting on things isn't helping.

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Old 04-18-2019, 02:37 AM   #6
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It's probably the medication.

If it's helping you for now, do not worry much about the side effects.




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