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... I suffered for many years and was on lots of different meds that helped but did not cure all of my problems. ... (5 replies)
... er and adult add. I have always been labeled as the "shy one" amongst my siblings. But it wasn't until I was 14 that I started having real problems. I was having anxiety and panic attacks so bad that I quit school and never went farther than our mailbox. ... (5 replies)
... but more commonly the sufferer feels as if they are about to die, go insane, have a heart attack, vomit, or faint. A strong panic attack usually lasts a minimum of ten minutes, but typically an attack will come on strong out of nowhere, and then wax and wan for the next several hours or days. ... (8 replies)

Hello Everyone....
Aug 24, 2004
... ve been looking at some of these posts, and it seems like there are some great people here. Of course! ... (10 replies)
... Both my parents are very fearful and anxious though they have no physical symptoms, apart from my dad who gets stomach aches from time to time when he is stressed. I believe it is heriditary but only in the sense that you have a predisposition. ... (8 replies)
... and its full effect might not kick in for at least a month or more. ... (3 replies)
Paxil cr
Apr 30, 2004
... I have been on Paxil Cr 25 mg for 11 days now and I have to say that this is the best medication I have been on to control my anxiety and panic attacks. ... (4 replies)
... I thought someone would jump right in on this one. If I were you, I would have blood tests for thyroid problems which can be the cause of panic attacks. The second test would be an upper IG test to test for acid reflux and throat problems to the upper stomach level. ... (3 replies)
... Although I don't recall if a doctor officially diagnosed me having Generalized Anxiety Disorder, I'm fairly certain I have it. I call it a "Shapeshifting Demon" because that's what it feels like. ... (4 replies)
... Forgot to comment on some of the answers you gave. ... (6 replies)
... Wils, Are u on any meds? ... (7 replies)
Lorazapan
Oct 14, 2005
... Lorazepam is the generic form of Ativan. I use it for anxiety and to control BP spikes. For me it has worked wonders. My script was for 1mg. ... (21 replies)
... this. In my most vulnerable points, I wish I could go to sleep and never wake up, but I know I would never take my own life. It is just so hard as you will read on and understand. Let me get into it. ... (5 replies)
... on panic attack. Feeling nervous is ok to me because I can deal with it on my own and doesn't involve severe symptoms. Nervous is just a bit sweaty, bit of stomach pain, racing heart and palps etc. ... (11 replies)
... I have suffered from anxiety for several years. anything that is not part of my normal schedule can set it off, and dating does especially, as does stress. ... (2 replies)
... i had a great day yesterday, i woke up with anxiety as i always do, but i squashed every thought during the day, i had no anxiety and no panic attacks!! ... (5 replies)
... es , i had my heart checked and the doc said it was healthy i also had a MRI brain scan and it was normal, im 24 now and i still havent come to terms with having anxiety disorders i often feel the doctor might have missed something and i could think its psychological when infact it may be a unknown disease! ... (2 replies)
... es , i had my heart checked and the doc said it was healthy i also had a MRI brain scan and it was normal, im 24 now and i still havent come to terms with having anxiety disorders i often feel the doctor might have missed something and i could think its psychological when infact it may be a unknown disease! ... (2 replies)
... panic attacks, since a lot of it is very closerly related to what you consume on a daily basis. ... (7 replies)
Nausea and Paxil
Jun 20, 2003
... This may explain your nausea. One of the mechanisms for regulating satiety in the brain is through certain serotonin receptors. When serotonin binds to these receptors, you feel satiated. ... (5 replies)




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