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|Sat, 08-21-2010 - 7:20pm|
Hi all! I haven't been here for awhile, mainly because things have been going really well. DH and I have worked things out, and I've been home since June. Finally starting to feel comfortable in the city!
So anyway, the last few days I've been feeling really, really good. For the first time in quite a while I have been legitimately productive, flying through a revamp of my website and generating lots of ideas.
Today I actually feel slightly high--kind of bouncey, and laughing very easily.
CERTAINLY not complaining, but is there any reason I should be concerned that this may indicate an issue with my citalopram? I'm still at 20mg, which seems unlikely to cause any issues, but I just want to ask as my doctor is still in Rochester and I'm not headed up any time soon.
I'd like to believe that this is just what it's like to "feel" normal, and explains how it seems other people are capable of accomplishing so much (work, kids, housekeeping, social life).
It could very possibly be because I've reverted to my natural schedule, which puts my best productive hours between 10pm and 4 or 5am, and has me sleeping (very soundly for a change!) from about 6am to 2pm. (I've always been more effective in the late night hours, that's nothing new.)
I just wanted to float the question and see if anyone had experienced this due to their SSRI.
Have a great weekend!!