I'm new

(18 Posts)
LottaHogs Wed 01-Jun-16 17:37:26

Hi. I've lurked and read posts for months now, and though it was time that I registered.
I don't have kids, am child free by choice, but have read and valued much of the other advice on here.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Wed 01-Jun-16 17:38:41

Hello,welcomesmile

rainbowstardrops Wed 01-Jun-16 17:40:36

Welcome! flowers

Jeanibee Thu 02-Jun-16 09:44:08

Hi I'm a newbie I'm a mum of two grown up children and a grandma to a beautiful grandson Harry 10 months old
I love this site ,informative and great debate .

HazelLongR Thu 02-Jun-16 18:38:17

Hi. Have 2 grown up children and 2 beautiful granddaughters 20 years apart in ages.

AnnieOnAMapleLeaf Thu 02-Jun-16 18:39:34

Welcome to MN Lotta, Jeanibee and Hazel. Your lives will never be the same again. wink

PolkaDot41 Thu 02-Jun-16 21:15:01

Hi am new here too!!! Have 4 beautiful daughters and a SAHM for now!

StiickEmUp Thu 02-Jun-16 21:27:55

Childfree by choice here too flowershalo

mary2017 Fri 03-Jun-16 16:51:02

hello every one l am new on this set l hope to meet Sam mum's seam bot as me l have beautiful son just born 26 week's old but now he is 4 month old he got this colic he don't sleep very well Sam time keep crying for no reason l don't now if he got pain l don't now what to do etc apest me too much to see him safering like this any advice well be appreciated Thanks x

Aukse123 Sun 05-Jun-16 21:16:12

Hi i need help.maybe some of this club knows abaut Depo provera injection.i am using this two times and my period gone so now i am tree month clear and i want to hawe baby but period still not comming.howe fast you get pregnant after depo...please answer ASAP

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 05-Jun-16 23:03:44

Perhaps try posting on conception board?

SanityClause Sun 05-Jun-16 23:07:56

Can I just suggest to the Newbies, that you don't give too much personal information, like children's names?

It's not a good idea, honestly.

Welcome to MN, though.

Luli17 Mon 06-Jun-16 06:25:13

Hi everyone
I am new to this site . I am mum of a 5 months old baby boy .

Angiebabes123 Mon 06-Jun-16 07:09:56

Hi there well I've joined after months of reading stuff on here, mum of 2 Nanna of 4 at the age of 42 lol, been weaning myself from citalopram this week, any advice b very welcome xxx

SanityClause Mon 06-Jun-16 07:17:21

Angiebabes, have a look at the Mental Health board for other people's experiences with anti-depressants.

You might find it better to start your own thread over there. It may not be very fast moving, but is more likely to attract more knowledgable people, about your specific circumstances.

And welcome to MN!

Angiebabes123 Mon 06-Jun-16 07:42:55

Will do thank you x

EleenaSienna36 Mon 06-Jun-16 13:51:07

Hi there,
I've just joined here and noticed your post. I am currently on citalopram I have been on them about three times during the last 15 years I think they work wonders. In regard to weaning yourself off them; I've always done it really gradually else you can become very anxious/depressed. So I'd take half every other day and obviously a whole one on the other days, and do this for a couple of weeks, then as long as you feel ok start taking a half on another day in the week, then gradually work up to having half every day. This could take 5-6 weeks. Then once your taking half everyday then you can start missing out one day in the week completely. Do this for couple of weeks then miss out another day, then so on and so on. I hope this rambling makes sense! Just really wanted to try and help because I know what it's like. I hope they have worked for you 😄 El xx

Angiebabes123 Mon 06-Jun-16 22:50:24

Hiya thanks for ur message, I did that for a couple of days but didn't like the up down feeling so just went straight on half after a few days, I'm taking half a day now n I've got used to that after 4 days, I'm gunna stick to that for a few weeks I think iMacs I go on hol soon n don't wanna go worse why I'm away, when I get bk I was thinking of makin my tablets into quarter then takin them for a few weeks, my doc told me just to stop them as I am only prolonging getting bk to normal, told him no chance xx

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