Thinking of Medication.

Hope everyone is doing OK.

I remember back to when I first thought about taking medication, I was so frustrated with the thought of living on medication for the rest of my life. I know back then I didn’t want to rely on medication to keep me going, but now after living on medication, I don’t know how I ever lived without it.

When changing from medication to new medication its when I see what it does for me and how it works. It can be quite frustrating when your medication doesn’t work anymore, as your body either gets used to the medication or your condition changes.

When I think about it I am so grateful that I don’t have to endure feeling the way I do so excessively because there is such a thing out there like medication to help dull the feelings.

If you’re ever contemplating taking medication. think about how you would benefit in the long run, you don’t need to suffer.

9 Replies to “Thinking of Medication.”

  1. Good point Jen. Some people don’t like medication, because of the side effects. It’s like some people don’t like chemotherapy for cancer because of the bad side effects. But sometimes, if that’s what it takes to give your life a shot why not? Anyway, I respect everybody’s opinion. I’ve been in this situation with regards to medication use and the risk of having a side effect. But I still did take the medication I am just diligent on having monthly blood works in monitoring the liver side effects. 🙂

  2. I’m glad that I just read this. I was quite apprehensive about trying medication, and unfortunately, it’s been a long, bumpy road, but this encourages me to keep trying.

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