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Last week the doctor changed my medication(amitriptyline) to a higher dose. On the day that I uped the meds I started filling light headed and out of it at work. while this was going on my boss started asking me questions about some forms that I had filled out. I'm really not sure what I told him, but he claims I admitted to falsely filing the paperwork. I went home because I was feeling so bad, but he sent someone to my house to bring me back to work. He then asked me more question. It was clear to see that I was not myself, but he contenued to investigate. Because of statements that I made, and the way he said I answered them I was fired. The job has a copy of all of my medical records, and a list of medications that I take. I feel that it was unjust to question me knowing that I was medicated. What can I do?

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