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I really need to talk to a psychiatrist but I have no money. I'm having persistent suicidal thoughts. Is there an online chat facility?
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i was unable to find any. ...Read more
Psychiatrist: You may be able to get some idea of the issues or emotional struggle you are having best will be to find a psychiatrist in town and make an appointment and will have best chances of getting a clear view and understanding of the problems don't be afraid only smart people get help in time good luck. ...Read more
Usually U interview: Is confidential unless u make a threat of harming u self or someone elser. ...Read more
BF needs ADHD meds, GP said talk to a psychiatrist for evaluation. How does that work? How much is that evaluation gonna cost without insurance?
Most urban cities: Have free mental health clinics subsidized through the public health system. Do a little research for yourself locally and I suspect you can obtain the evaluation and treatment at no or at least very reduced cost. When dealing with issues like ADHD in an adult it is important to be evaluated and not just given medications without evaluation. The GP made the correct recommendation. ...Read more
I don't feel as open to talk about my problems with male doctors rather than female ones. Should I inform my psychiatrist about this and change him?
Can you tell me what to do if I wondered if they explain to psychiatrists what's happening, or do they not explain, can they talk to people about it or not?
Not sure I: Understand. Psychiatrists need information in order to prescribe medications. Some psychiatrists prescribe medications and provide psychotherapy. Some psychiatrists evaluate & manage psychiatric medications but don't do talking therapy. Many people see a psychologist for talking therapy in addition to seeing a psychiatrist for medication. It can vary. ...Read more
Insomnia: Insomnia can be frustrating. But medications are only part of the treatment. Good sleep hygiene is key. Try to avoid electronics, nicotine, alcohol, caffeine, vigorous exercise, bright lights, ; large meals prior to bedtime. Regularize your sleep ; wake up times. Manage stressors. Understanding why you have insomnia can be effective in treating it. Talk w/ your psychiatrist in figuring out why. ...Read more
Many resources: Usually the process is to get a referral before a diagnosis -- because the psychiatrist makes the diagnosis during an interview with you. It may require more than one session. You can check your local psychiatric society for possible names, and also online searches can be fruitful these days. Contact office to see about insurance, appointment availability, ways of working, etc. ...Read more
Yes: Thanks for your question. There are many good psychiatrists on healthtap, and you've had responses from many of them. However, these short question & answer interchanges are not like "talking to" your own psychiatrist. Working privately with your own local psychiatrist would give you more opportunity to be heard -- and to receive substantive help if you desire this. Good luck to you. ...Read more
Is there any drugs for anxiety I can talk to my psychiatrist about that are not adjective? Also if there is any new anxiety drugs?
What would happen if I tell my psychiatrist that I'm having recurring thoughts/wishes about suicide? I'm so scared to talk about it.
Understanding: Your psychiatrist would help you understand what is going on and help you protect yourself from doing anything that didn't make sense for you in the long run. Suicidal thoughts are different from actually harming yourself and you need the psychiatrists help in telling the difference and deciding what to do about the situation. ...Read more
Hello, I have a feeling to kill myself but at the same time I also have thoughts on to keep on living. Should I talk to psychiatrist?
SI but want to live:
Yes yes yes! Talk with your psychiatrist first thing in the morning. In fact, leave him/her a message tonight!
thoughts about suicide are a sign of the severity of your depression. Treatment should be addressed to ensure you get better and that the thoughts do not get worse. It is essential you work honestly and closely with your psychiatrist for your recovery and wellness! ...Read more
Have bipolarII. Daughter tells me I talk to myself a lot, swearing and sounding angry she says. Is this normal or should I discuss with psychiatrist?
Bipolar: Yes it would be advisable to discuss your problem with your psychiatrist ...Read more
Not really sure.: For what condition? One study suggested that it decreased nightmares in people with PTSD. But, the study was not well constructed - so it is really hard to know. Do you have some form of chronic pain? ASK the psychiatrist why s/he wants to put you on this med. I have never used it before. ...Read more
Cannabinioid: Cesamet is the European and UK brand of nabilone, which is a cannabinoid used generally for severe nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy or other conditions that can cause severe nausea and vomiting. Am not sure why a psychiatrist would be doing this for you, particularly if you are not in the above category of illness. It may be off-label for some other use. Talk to doctor/pharmacist. ...Read more
Protect The Innocent: If you tell your psychiatrist that you are abusing a child or if you are under 18 and being abused, in the state of california, your doctor is legally obligated to report such abuse to the authorities. if you simply know of an abusive situation, this is not reported, but I would encourage you to report it yourself. I would image each state has similar legislation. Protect the innocent! ...Read more
Borderline PD: Psychiatrists are the physicians best trained to treat people with borderline pd, and yours can answer questions about this. Is your concern about yourself? If so, the conversation would be essential to your treatment. If it's about someone else who's part of your daily life, the question may still be germane to your treatment. ...Read more
Is gildess a great medication for pmdd if not what medication is good for pmdd? Please answer with medications so I can talk to my psychiatrist.
Any birth control: Pill can help with ppmd. You have to try it and see if it does help you. I typically have my patients with pms or ppmd who are trying birth control pills take the pill continuously (start a new pack every 3 weeks) so there is no period. That sometimes does better to help diminish ppmd. ...Read more
Friend has seen psychiatrist 4 MANYyears & now when doc is finished answering her phone call, doc talks at length about her own problems-what to do?
Consider New Doc: It might be wise to have a consultation with a new psychiatrist. It is possible in certain types of supportive techniques, a therapist might give examples from his or her own experience. But this situation sounds inappropriate. Seeing a new psychiatrist to discuss this situation or perhaps change therapists would seem the correct approach. ...Read more
Proven meds: The american psychiatric association publishes guidelines for the treatment of bipolar disorder. You can get a copy of the streamlined guidelines. This would give you a starting place. Keep in mind that several new medications have become available and may not be mentioned in the guidelines. The nimh also lists common bipolar meds. This is such a treatable illness. Glad you are seeking help. ...Read more
How can I taper off bupropion HCl 150mg xl? I haven't seen a psychiatrist in 7yrs so please don't say "talk to your dr." I don't really hv 1 to talk to
Who's prescribing?: If you've been on bupropion for 7 years, a physician (whether a psychiatrist or not) would have been prescribing this medicine for you. You should talk with this doctor about your wish to taper off the medication. There are smaller increments that could be given so that you can gradually decrease your dosage. You need to see a doctor to help assess the timing of your medication change anyway. ...Read more
Anxiety?: I recommend both, for workup & to confirm the diagnosis. ...Read more
Where can I talk to someone about my problems with my dad? Do I see a psychiatrist or a psychologist?
Psychologist: Start with a psychologist to discuss the issues about dad, and ask if the psychologist thinks medication might be helpful. Find a reputable psychotherapist who lives nearby and make an appointment. ...Read more
Can I talk to my psychiatrist about suicidal thoughts without her telling anyone about them? I'm a teenager.
Depends: This is a difficult question to answer. The psychiatrist is, first and foremost, concerned about your safety. Just about everything you discuss with your psychiatrist is completely confidential. However, when it comes to things such as suicide, the psychiatrist will use their professional judgment to decide whether it is necessary to tell someone else. ...Read more
Any psychiatrist doctor willing to share his promo code. I need to talk to u privately as it's urgent. I'd would appreciate ur help.
Urgent consultation: If you need urgent consultation, it's best to work in person with a psychiatrist in your own locale. If there are any suicidal thoughts, please go to an emergency room or call the equivalent of 911 in whatever country you're in. ...Read more
What dosages and duration will result in "addiction" to clonazepam? Been taking 1 and 1/2 mg daily for 5 months. Is it time to talk to psychiatrist about stopping?
Addiction: Addiction will depend on the persons underlying physical and mental health. For example, a person who used to be an alcoholic or used to abuse drugs, would be much more susceptible to get addicted. People with lower body weights and even women in general metabolize medications differently, and may get addicted sooner than a larger man. The fact that you are concerned is good, so ask the Rx'ing Dr. ...Read more
I told my psychiatrist I was suiciadal. I broke my teeth talking to him, I was so stressed. And he still let me go home by my self, why?
Suicidal: I am not aware of all the specifics regarding your case, but I recommend calling your psychiatrist and tell him about your concerns, or head on to hospital. ...Read more
My psychiatrist did routine blood tests three weeks ago says that WBC is quite high. Said he would talk to gp about it. What could cause a high wbc?
Just about anything: Elevated white blood cell count is basically a signal that one's body has been stressed. The list of potential causes is very long without further details (how high is 'quite high', how long has it been elevated, what medical/mental health conditions one has, what medications one is on, whether or not one is experiencing any physical distress, etc). ...Read more
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