So, I had a meltdown this morning. My doctor told me this my LAST chance to recover with outpatient, so it looks like shortly I will be headed to inpatient. I called my therapist at six this morning bawling because I feel so hopeless, and we met and discussed some options. She and my doctor think I should try Concerta for my A.D.D/impulsiveness. Has anyone else tried it? I'm very scared to try because the drugs I've tried in the past (Lexapro and Prozac) have had HORRIBLE results. But I also know i NEED medicine, like there is something not right in my brain. I would love some feedback. Thanks =)
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