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  Lankapharmacy.com
Posted by: Danny - 02-15-2018, 02:59 AM - Forum: Suggest IOP's - Replies (15)

Looks good to me.  Anyone had experience?

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  Dealing with Suicidal Ideation and Social Withdrawl
Posted by: thegreaseman - 02-14-2018, 09:45 PM - Forum: Anxiety Depression & Stress - Replies (8)

Hello all,
For any of you dealing with depression or other mood disorders, or really anyone else, how do you properly cope with serious suicidal thoughts? I've had a very rocky time mentally for a while now and some days just are really, really low. I have suicidal thoughts most days and they really start to become the strongest points of thought in my mind. I unfortunately have totally lost the emotional idea that it will hurt those who are close to me here, the main thing holding me back is the belief that suicide is punishable in some afterlife. What are some good reminders to try and keep in mind when feeling this way? Maybe what is a good activity to force yourself to do? My attention span has been severely damaged in recent years so please something easy, not reading which is very difficult. 
Also, I have become increasingly socially withdrawn in the past year and currently have no irl friends besides my immediate family (whom I am grateful for, when more sober). Is social withdrawal and reclusiveness acceptable ever (time for yourself) or should it be something to avoid, something to overpower? I know there are many questions here but even just one being answered would be more than I could ask for. Thanks.

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Heart Happy Single Awareness Day
Posted by: Rumor - 02-14-2018, 09:35 PM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (6)

And Happy Valentines Day to the rest of you fine folks.....Rumor  Heart

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  How depressed are you? Score yourself
Posted by: Rafterman - 02-14-2018, 05:54 AM - Forum: Anxiety Depression & Stress - Replies (7)

A little while ago I posted the Hamilton Anxiety Scale (the "HAM-A"). Here is its counterpart, the HAM-D. It will help you gauge your level of depression. Just add up your total at the end and please consider sharing it with the group. My score was a 14. I have scored as high as 23, and never lower than 13.
 
 
Scoring
0 - 7 = Norma
l
8 - 13 = Mild Depression
14-18 = Moderate Depression
19 - 22 = Severe Depression
23 or greater = Very Severe Depression





 1. DEPRESSED MOOD
   Gloomy attitude, pessimism about the future,
   sadness, tendency to weep
       0 = Absent
       1 = Sadness, etc.
      2 = Occasional weeping
     3 = Frequent weeping
     
4 = Extreme symptoms


 
2. FEELINGS OF GUILT
     0 = Absent
     1 = Self-reproach, feels you have let people
           down
    2 = Feelings of guilt

     3 = Present illness is a punishment; delusions
            of guilt
     4 = Hallucinations of guilt
 
3 .SUICIDE

      0 = Absent
      1 = Feels life is not worth living
      2 = Wishing for death
     3 = Suicidal ideas or gestures
      4 = Attempts at suicide

 4 .INSOMNIA-1 Initial

    (Difficulty in falling asleep)
     0 = Absent
     1 = Occasional
     2 = Frequent
   
  5. INSOMNIA-2 Middle

     (Waking during the night.)
      0 = Absent
      1 = Occasional
      2 = Frequent

   6.INSOMNIA-3 Delayed

    (Waking in early hours of the morning and
    unable to fall asleep again)
    0 = Absent
    1 = Occasional
    2 = Frequent
   
   7 .W
ORK AND INTERESTS

      0 = No difficulty
     1 = Feelings of incapacity, listlessness, indeci-
     sion and vacillation
     2 = Loss of interest in hobbies, decreased social
    activities
     3 = Productivity decreased
      4 = Unable to work. Stopped working because
          of present illness only. (Absence from work
          after treatment or recovery may rate a lower
         score).
               
  
8. RETARDATION

     (Slowness of thought, speech, and activity;
      apathy; stupor.)
       0 = Absent
       1 = Slight retardation
     
 2 = Obvious retardation
       3 = Trouble holding conversation 
       4 = Complete stupor
         
   
9. AGITATION
      (Restlessness associated with anxiety.)
        0 = Absent
        1 = Occasional
        2 = Frequent

  10.ANXIETY - PSYCHIC

          0 = No difficulty
       1 = Tension and irritability
       2 = Worrying about minor matters
       3 = Apprehensive attitude
       4 = Fears that preoccupy

  11. ANXIETY - SOMATIC
       Gastrointestinal, indigestion, cardiovascular, palpitation, Headaches
       Respiratory, Genito-urinary, etc.
        0 = Absent
       1 = Mild
       2 = Moderate
       3 = Severe
         4 = Incapacitating

  12. SOMATIC SYMPTOMS -
        
GASTROINTESTINAL
       (Loss of appetite, heavy feeling in abdomen;

          constipation)
          0 = Absent
        1 = Mild
        2 = Severe

  13. SOMATIC SYMPTOMS - GENERAL

      (Heaviness in limbs, back or head; diffuse
      backache; loss of energy and fatigue)
        0 = Absent
       1 = Mild
       2 = Severe

  14. GENITAL SYMPTOMS
        (Loss of libido, menstrual disturbances)
           0 = Absent
         1 = Mild
         2 = Severe
    
  
15. HYPOCHONDRIASIS

          0 = Not present
        1 = Self-absorption (bodily)
          2 = Preoccupation with health
        3 = Querulous attitude
         4 = Hypochondriacal delusions  

   16. WEIGHT LOSS
         0 = No weight loss
           1 = Slight
         2 = Obvious or severe
 
 
 17. INSIGHT
         0 = No loss

         1 = Partial or doubtful loss
        
2 = Loss of insight

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  How anxious are you? Score yourself
Posted by: Rafterman - 02-14-2018, 05:16 AM - Forum: Anxiety Depression & Stress - Replies (13)

Hey all,

What follows is the Hamilton Anxiety Scale (The "HAM-A"), used to gauge the degree of anxiety that a person is experiencing.  Score each question from zero (non-existent), to five (severe). Then add them up and please consider reporting your score to the group.


Most people taking this test are surprised that their score is lower than they thought that it would be, while a smaller number think that their score exceeded their expectations.

(I scored a 15. In the past I have scored as high as 22 and as low as 8)


A score of 14-17 indicates mild anxiety. A score of 18-24 indicates moderate anxiety. A score of 25-30 indicates severe anxiety.

     1. ANXIOUS MOOD

     Worries/Anticipates worst
  
     2.
TENSION

       Startles/Cries easily/Restless/Trembling
 
     3. FEARS

        Fear of the dark/of strangers/of being alone/of animals

    4. INSOMNIA
         Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep/nightmares


    5. INTELLECTUAL

         Poor concentration/Memory Impairment

     6.
DEPRESSED MOOD

         Decreased interest in activities/Insomnia/Oversleeping
 
      7. SOMATIC COMPLAINTS: MUSCULAR

          Muscle aches or pain/Bruxism
    
       8.
SOMATIC COMPLAINTS: SENSORY

         Tinnitus/Blurred vision
 
      
9. CARDIOVASCULAR SYMPTOMS

            Tachycardia/Palpitations/Chest Pain/Sensation of feeling faint

     10. RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS

             Chest pressure/ Choking sensation/Shortness of Breath
   
     
11. GASTROINTESTINAL SYMPTOMS
             Dysphagia/Nausea or Vomiting/Constipation/Weight loss/Abdominal fullness

    
 12 GENITOURINARY SYMPTOMS
           Urinary frequency or urgency/Dysmenorrhea/Impotence

      13. AUTONOMIC SYMPTOMS
•         Dry Mouth/Flushing/Pallor/Sweating

      14. GENERAL BEHAVIOR 
•          Fidgeting/Tremor/Pacing

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  Well, that's about what we expect, right?
Posted by: OldBoy - 02-14-2018, 04:06 AM - Forum: US Reviews & Feedback - Replies (1)

xxxxxx//www.cnn.com/2018/02/11/health/aetna-california-investigation/index.html (Replace "xxxxxx" with https: in your browser's address bar)

Quote:(CNN)California's insurance commissioner has launched an investigation into Aetna after learning a former medical director for the insurer admitted under oath he never looked at patients' records when deciding whether to approve or deny care.

California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones expressed outrage after CNN showed him a transcript of the testimony and said his office is looking into how widespread the practice is within Aetna.

"If the health insurer is making decisions to deny coverage without a physician actually ever reviewing medical records, that's of significant concern to me as insurance commissioner in California -- and potentially a violation of law," he said.

Aetna, the nation's third-largest insurance provider with 23.1 million customers, told CNN it looked forward to "explaining our clinical review process" to the commissioner.

No opiates for you in chronic pain, no benz@s for you with GAD or anxiety - Heck, no treatment, the Doctor isn't even going to review your file.

And the government remains puzzled as to why sites like this exist, or attribute them to abuse.

"First do no harm" my butt.

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Music How do you do?
Posted by: toaru_nanashi - 02-13-2018, 11:57 PM - Forum: Welcome - Replies (17)

I've been lurking here for a while trying to gleam information needed to find new sites to buy off.

I have severe anxiety and depression but as they won't look good on your CV trying to get them online is my only way,
Only since I live in a lovely country New Zealand the customs are one of the best out there and has about a 50% pass rate.

So here is to me and everyone else who tried to look normal in eyes of society while carrying a pill case just in case.

Cheers Wink Heart

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  PK
Posted by: esbayne - 02-13-2018, 11:48 PM - Forum: Who's Got It - No Replies

Where is it a safe or as safe as possible, to get to get PK

Thanks

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Smile Solpadeine
Posted by: ram74 - 02-13-2018, 03:05 AM - Forum: Who's Got It - No Replies

Hello -

Does anyone know of any vendor who carries Solpadeine effervescent tablets? I know Brandmedicines but besides them? Maybe some members from the UK would be able to tell? Thank you.

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  Missing South Amarican Vendors
Posted by: Furyan66 - 02-12-2018, 06:46 PM - Forum: IOP General Discussion - Replies (3)

Greetings all,

I miss the South American vendors of the past.

Anyone remember the "bag of benzo's"???

Cam was always my go to guy and you could get the legit 2mg barz everyone seems to want.

There were a couple other vendors down there but cannot remember their names.

If anyone can think of another good old South American vendor  name blast from the past I'd love to see what other ones I have forgoten about

miss those old and much simpler days.

Peace All

Furry

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