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Memory235

Benzos For Ptsd

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im on 2mg of ativan a day and honestly i cant remeber anything. like where i put my smokes or what im doing in the kitchen. im on haldol too it makes me hungry and tired. are these side effects normal? another question way off topic but i recieve medicaid and va health. can the va bill medicaid?

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Can't comment on your meds but visit this thread for hopefully an answer to your Medicaid /VA Healthcare question.

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P.S. - I realize medicare isn't the same thing as medicaid so you may need to research more to be certain.

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Haldol is the real heavy medication. They used to give it to Soviet prisoners locked up in mental wards. Ativan can make you relaxed but Haldol will wipe you. Haldol is anti-psychotic med. This means it has major side effects. Google the drug.

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Be careful driving, that Ativan has caused many totalled cars. Watching the butterfly sitting on the fence becomes a hell of alot more interesting that keeping your eyes on the road. dont know abt Haldol. Most things that end in DOL are synthetic drugs. and very understudied. Toradol, tramadol, all synthetic trash.

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yeah. i am on haldol, ativan, tramadol and hydrocodone. honestly i despise haldol and tramadol. i stopped taking my haldol. doctor took me off of it today actually. i found out va doesnt bill medicaid. honestly, i like medicaid more. I am on SSDI and my state automatically gives you a medical card. so, i might stop seeing these quacks at the vamc and get squared away with a private doc.

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