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Have taken treatment for suicidal attempt with consumption of Slow k, Duloxetine, frusemide. What can be done for relieving stress?

Just checking on the drugs a young lady swallowed in suicide attempt - Slow K, frusemide, Duloxetine , Prednisone , Mirtazepine, Propanolol. It would appear she got a hold of family members prescription meds and swallowed a bundle. She is now home from hospital in the care of her family. Strong Family history of suicide andPrevious impulsive overdoses. Just looking at what we can do at work to support this young woman if she allows us to do that. Cheers Patricia Simpson, Boeing Aerostructures Australia at Bankstown NSW
Asked On : Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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Oct 2012
hi..this is challenging..probably she is suffering from personality disorder..also may be recurrent depressive disorder..get help from a psychiatrist for medication which should be kept out of her reach..close observation is needed..also proper counseling is required by a clinical psychologist to remediate her impulsivity..she is in particular risk because of her family the sooner, the better..wish her good health
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