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LSG Scott
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to treat or not ? feel kinda bad might just be stress or ? so should i wait and see how it plays out or get back in treatment now?
thanks for your input guys
Scott

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Scott, I thought I was as well as I would ever be and quit treatment five years ago. I ignored symptoms thinking I was just getting old. Now it has hit me really strong and I realize just how sick I am.

So I would advice you to get treatment now. Look into some of the newer treatment like Disulfiram (Antabuse). It would be best to start it before you allow yourself to slip into a complete relapse so you can recover faster.

I feel like this has affected my mind so that I am not fighting it the way I used to.

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Get treated. I wasn't able to start back on antibiotics right away because my gut was a mess, and now I am a mess, including my brain. I'm getting better, but it is so scary. Didn't think this would happen again, but it did.

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