Depression And A Lot Of Foot Pain

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Hi im 33 yrs. Yr old ive suffered with deppressed for 10 yrs now. I was taking prozac abd stopped 4 yrs ago. I have recently lost my mom sudden and unexpectly and i cant seem to find a way to get out of my depression and yes it does run in my family. I lost weight. And now ive gained 25 lbs in a month. ??? And my foot paini have 2 planters warts on the bottom of my foot on the front pads on both feet. Ive had had thrm surgicly removed and they return. Wat would you suggest i do? That you for your time



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Verwon Says:

For the warts, you'll likely need to have them removed, again. They do tend to do that, so sometimes they must be removed several times, as detailed by the NIH.

As to the depression, having lost both parents at varying times of my life, I understand how hard that is and I would suggest you go to your doctor and discuss it with them, you may need to take a medication, such as Prozac, again for awhile, to get your over this hump, so to speak. There is no harm in it and nothing wrong with needing help, once in awhile.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and weight loss.

I am so very sorry for your loss. It is never easy to lose a parent.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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