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hello i hav epreety much experienced a lot of doctors and hospitals now i m in the last stage there is no work that satisfies me i hav esome relationship problems coupled with my aging and financial needs ,things have deteroriated from better to worse as cdays past by i get more n more non convulsive towards work, i dont feel that i take some responsibilities as i used to before everything changed from good to worse after i went to psychratists with some forcefullness of my family,now i leed a dependent life on my mother ,i cannot continue this longf as my age is 23 and my responsibilites have grown huge ,i dont feel like doing anything as it does not leds to creating of money ,now i need money i need a settled life, i have lost my 3 years ,i hate my home n gets frustrated alwyas seeing people outsuide i take 2levipride of 50 mgs in the night while going to sleep and rexipra,levipride in the morning i want to change my life n have a better life before can any doctor provide a solution to tis?
 
  jack ross on 2010-12-28
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