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What kind of prescribed medication do you take (not over the counter), what is it for and what does it do?

I take 1mg of Alprazolam, its for anxiety and it really helps me calm down when I get stressed. It kinda gives me a warm fuzzy feeling, and people around me say I'm pretty cool and not tense all the time when I take it.
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Nothing. I have a hard time even taking aspirin for a headache. I think it would depress me to have to be on a prescribed medication. I'd see it as my body failing me somehow.


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200-400mgs of Amisulpride per day, as prophylaxis against psychosis.

Optional 25mg to 75mg of Promethazine against anxiety, when necessary.
I take 1mg of Alprazolam, its for anxiety and it really helps me calm down when I get stressed.
Be careful, like all Benzodiazepines, it is highly addictive.

I took Lorazepam for a while and when I cancelled it, I couldn't sleep for three days.
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I do not take any prescription medictions anymore.. Occasionally I will use albuterol for my asthma, but even that I try not to take. I hate taking medicines. I used to take so many of them, but nothing ever made me feel better, and now I feel more well since I have stopped them all.

The only thing I do have is the Implanon.. if you want to consider that prescription medication. It is a birth control implant I have in my arm.
i have albuteral inhaler from when i get panic attaks mostly cause i lose lung control.... i used to take welbutron for depression/quitting smoking but i stopped... im like angel i dont even take advil for headaches or anything for cramps...not cause im worried my body is crapping out on me but because im worried i'll get a tolerance and when i need it, pain meds wont work.... except vicadin already doesnt, it just makes me stay up.... thats not from taking it to much my body just reacts bassakwards to it..


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Sulfameth/Trimethoprim and Cephalexin for MRSA

Plus this Prascion body wash for antibacterial stuff

Annnnnd altabax to actually put on any MRSA bumps.