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after my earlier bouts of weird brain activity, come this evening I am suddenly feeling deflated, is this a normal thing to expect I wonder? my goodness what a twisted torturous road this is..... smile

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    Mmm interesting ....... maybe you had some heightened activity in the brain ie little electric circuits zapping around, and now they want to rest, making you feel flat?

    Yes it definitely is a torturous road - a very weird illness.  People who've never had depression have no idea what we go through.

    Hope the flatness goes soon.

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      hey that's coincidence because I have felt the odd flutter of my heart recently, a wee bit disconcerting initially as I suffered a heart problem last April! but it only lasts a second or two then goes, does'nt hurt, thankfully! Phew, the joys huh? smile
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      Yes must be the medication, as I don't remember having them when I'd stopped taking it.  Yes it is a bit disconcerting isn't it, as I've even wondered if I was ok.  I don't mind the feeling now though as it's kind of pleasant :-)
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    hi david,

    it sounds as if it would be normal, its like when you have adrenaline surges? that gives you the shakes, then wears off, so maybe you have another chemical having a party at times, and then settling, now all you need is the 2 to blend together to make it all nice and stable. i think it could be a good sign, but im only guessing from what iv picked up , hope today is a good day. xx

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