Posted by Yoke (220.127.116.11) on June 21, 2001 at 18:35:24:
In Reply to: I'm suffering from CRS... (Thanks, Dr Margi) posted by ChuckC on June 21, 2001 at 13:40:28:
I do not know what it stands for. But from the firther posts I gather it has somthing to do with either concentration or what I call memory loss. If I got it rite then I have asked a question about this a while ago. I am a cronic suferer and thankfuly my medication works wery wel. I have been of the verampamiel for a while. I still have miner CHes the whole day and have had 3 nearly fulblown attacks in this period. Whilst I was using verampamiel I had about 14 to 19 ful blown attacks a month. Now without verampamiel I had 3 in about a month so I could say I am in a cronic remission. Dont anyone dare laghf at my coment on that. I need the positive thinking. I have experienced severe concentration problems and I have a feeling they get worse after every severe attack. I experience speach problems after a severe atack. I write messeges to remind myself of the simplest things. I dont dare give precise dates or times of things I have done because I am not sure they are rite. Jet if I have one or two reasonable good days I seem to funktion quite well but need to realy concentrate.I have not used zoloft for two weeks now so I do not think it has to do with that. What I am experiencing latly is disyness. To a question Annemarie askt me by email I will ad that I have not been using wine medicaly latly. The reason for this is that I want to loos whait and it is not healthy. I do notice however that my concentration is worse sinse I havent used wine. You might wel ask how are you coping tonight! Well guess what? Yes tonight I have been drinking wine and can communicate. I am having no problems remembering. But this is not a cure but another demon. For this reason I want to try medication that opens the bload flow like Buscopan or any thing that My GP and I can agree on.
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