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Comet Hale-Bopp alson known as C/1995 O1 was extraordinary: bright and colorful. Easily visible it showed two tails. In this scratched image the comet is located near Milky Way at its left.
 
 
2015-11-13 12:13:56       
How to tell? You ask the person's prtneas.This sounds a little far-fetched, but can be possible.The most common kind of leukemia in children and teens is called ALL. ALL treatment is long- it takes 2.5-3.5 years. The first month is the hardest, with the first week spent in the hospital. The first six months or so are hard- intense chemo, hospitalizations for chemo, fever, infection, hair loss, other side effects, etc. Once the patient hits maintenance therapy (the longest part of treatment), it's often difficult to tell that the person is being treated for cancer.During maintenance, hair grows back, chemo is lighter, and the patient can resume nearly all normal activities. He or she still takes chemo in pill form at home, and has clinic visits once a month for IV chemo and once every three months for intrathecal chemo (into the spinal fluid.) He or she can still end up in the hospital with fever and infection, but many kids never get admitted during maintenance. Many kids do really well and go to school, play sports, look healthy.So yes, it's possible that your friend is being treated and is in maintenance. He or she would have had to undergo the first intense six months, though, and would have been in the hospital at least once in the beginning.Though extremely rare, it is possible for teens to get a type of leukemia called CML. CML is treated with oral medication at home. Patients are usually admitted for the first week or so, and then often go a long, long time not needing to be in the hospital. This medication does not cause hair loss and patients are often able to continue going to school, doing normal activities.With either ALL or CML, there may be pain that requires morphine (though neither should give enough pain frequently enough that the person is regularly taking morphine at home- maybe a few days, but not more than that.)ETA: To Collin: That is untrue that leukemia treatment only lasts a few months. While treatment for AML is shorter, treatment for ALL lasts several YEARS. Most of the treatment is done outpatient, but kids and teens with ALL receive chemotherapy for about 2.5 years (girls) and 3.5 years (boys.)References : Work in pediatric oncology.
 
2015-10-18 16:21:05       
I used Wellbutrin a long time ago and I just got the prescription for Lexapro last week but only took it once becasue it did not agree with me at all. So I'm not sure about the two together. If you've had a suicidal stage though I would talk to your doctor for sure about that. Personally I wouldn't feel totally comfortable taking both of them at the same time, especially if they increase a dosage then you're more likely to have serotonin syndrome (as far as I understand anyway). If you are not already going to any type of therapy then I would strongly suggest finding a therapist. You may even have to change therapists until you are comfortable with one. Also I think finding something positive to do with some of your time each week will be incredibly helpful, like volunteering for a cause that is close to your heart. Having a passion and being focused on something positive like that can be more helpful than you would ever think.
 
2015-04-13 19:35:04       
And what do you write?,
 
2015-04-11 06:18:45       
I believe that it is not so,
 
2015-04-10 18:26:59       
original news,
 
2015-04-10 13:38:45       
And how much?,
 
2015-04-09 21:58:10       
Very interesting. I think you can and stay.,
 
2015-04-09 16:32:29       
Informative news,
 
2015-04-09 01:39:39       
Maybe enough news on this topic?,
 
2015-04-08 19:55:00       
Why is everything so difficult?,
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