I’ve tried it all: Zyrtec, Allegra, Claritin, Xyzal, Benadryl, Nasacort, Flonase — even a neti pot — and still, I struggle to find one single, effective tool that’ll rid my bloodshot eyes and mucus-lined nose once and for all.
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Antidepressants are weird drugs: they often take weeks to begin working, they don’t work for everybody, and in some cases they can have serious side effects. If you and your doctor decide your meds aren’t working for you, you’ve got another hurdle: antidepressants are hard to quit.
If you’ve used birth control pills for any length of time, you may have been told to take it at the exact same time every day to ensure effectiveness. Maintaining a consistent pill schedule at home is as easy as setting an alarm on your phone — but what happens when you travel across several time zones?
We need smaller eyedroppers, stat. As ProPublica has reported, eyedrops are so large that they contain more liquid than can possibly fit into your eye. Fortunately, an adaptor may be on the way that won't waste half of your pricey glaucoma medication.
Dear Lovehacker, My boyfriend has been on anti-depressants for about 6 months and they have improved nearly every aspect of his life. Except for one. They affect his ability to ejaculate.
We still have sex and he says that he enjoys it, but I can't help but feel like it's me. Logically I know it's the medication but it is still beginning to affect my self esteem. Going down this thought path is destructive for our relationship, but I'm not sure what to do. Thanks, L