No. of Recommendations: 5
At the moment, you do not seem stable enough to be in the classroom.

I know you said that the doctor had said you were fine, but I've been wondering if you should talk to him about changing your meds. Sometimes they're no longer effective, or the manufacturer makes a minor change in the binders that can cause them to have a different effect. Sometimes the body gets accustomed to them and they no longer are effective.

I recommend a visit to the doctor to ask about different meds. I realize you will likely reject this advice, but it's gotten to the point where I can't think of anything else that might help.

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