one month after

thanks. it is my meds that are making me tired and dizzy. called  my prescription service. they were a great help explaining  how my drugs work. it was never explained to me when I left the hospital


Good investigative process

by Persephone - 2021-03-22 15:55:44

Good for you for checking it out and learning this information, Pretty. Gaining knowledge is empowering.

thank you

by prettylady - 2021-03-22 17:06:35

trying to learn about my pm. it has only been a month.  are there  any books I can read?

More info

by Persephone - 2021-03-22 18:32:56

I don't know of any books, unfortunately.  The Learn tab on this site has useful links, and many contributors post links to medical journal articles, etc, but I think you'd have to search on a particular subject to find those posts.  I usually "just Google it" as a starting point when trying to learn more. 

I would suggest keeping a journal of what you've learned along the way, such as the effects of the meds you've been prescribed and any info on PM settings that you've been told, and also to record how you're feeling.  This journal can help you have productive meetings with your medical team.

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