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Am I a good candidate for a MM Card in NV?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by Hamachi12, Jan 28, 2014.

  1. So I have Cystic Fibrosis, which makes weight gain extremely difficult. I am at a healthy weight, but none the less it's very difficult. My (Specialist) doctors say I should be eating 4,000 calories a day if I am working out, for me that is extremely difficult. On a good day I'll eat 3,000, but on a typical day I'll eat 2300 calories. It's a disease that's terminal, and it can also cause malnutrition.

    I also suffer from anxiety and mild depression. The current meds I'm on to treat those issues are Klonopin (Clonazopam) and Prozac (Fluoxetine), I used to be on Xanax (Alprazolam) but I stopped getting a prescription for it (but I plan on getting a new one for it to replace the Klonopin; I have an old prescription for Xanax, but I only take that once in a while, like if I forget my Klonopin).

    Lastly, I suffer from insomnia. I can never sleep, and when I do, it's not a deep sleep. No matter how early I wake up, I can never go to sleep at a descent hour. I typically fall asleep at around 3-4 am on school nights. Oddly enough, on the weekends I naturally fall asleep earlier (12-1 AM) whereas I naturally fall asleep at 3-4 AM on the weekdays.

    So does it sound like a MM Doctor would subscribe me to the MM Program (for the state of Nevada)? Am I a viable patient for the program?

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