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... Hi there! I am sorry to hear about your anxiety, but you are not alone!! I tried Cymbalta in the past for anxiety and depression and it did not work for me. ... (10 replies)
Cancer Anxiety
Feb 16, 2008
... Thank you so much for sharing this story! ... (19 replies)
... Thanks for your response. I'm not happy you went through what you went through, but I am happy I can talk to people that have gone through similar things. The good thing is that I have insurance now. ... (5 replies)

... effects outweigh the benefit of taking a medication then maybe it should be stopped or changed. Only you and your doctor can make such determinations. I know you said you dont like taking pills BUT if you need them, you need them! ... (1 replies)
... ipped heartbeat. It threw me into a panic attack and I just knew I was dying of something heart related. I was living at home at the time so my parents took me to a cardiologist and he put me on a halter monitor. ... (5 replies)
... If I were you, I would make an appointment with your regular doctor for a checkup and to talk about your anxiety problems. Your doctor will have suggestions and can help you make the decision on what is best for you. Medicine works for some, therapy for others, a combination of both for some is needed. ... (8 replies)
... I know exactly what you're going through. I also get the irregular heartbeat and dizziness from anxiety, and it also happens to me out of the blue, like when I'm watching tv or lying in bed. Like you I feel my heart doing weird things when I bend down or change positions. ... (4 replies)
I Need Help!!
Nov 28, 2006
... I was taking Xanax XR as well. We spoke a few times. I have found that it is not worth the cost and it is not nearly as effective as the regular version. I would see if your doctor can get you on the regular version and try to increase your dose a little. ... (5 replies)
... Hey Hope, if it makes you feel any better, I can relate to almost every single thing that you wrote! I am 20, a college student who goes away to school and I also deal with my problems on a day to day basis. ... (6 replies)
... Do you visit the doctor regular? ... (7 replies)
Scared of doctors?
Jul 26, 2005
... You are definitely not alone in being nervous about doctors appointments. While many people with anxiety and panic make regular visits to the ER, I can't even get in the vicinity of a hospital without freaking out. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, I'm a new poster here and have read through the anxiety board quite extensively. I'm a 33 year old father of 2 young children and have never had any really issues with anxiety that I know of. ... (4 replies)
... Now... how does one avoid that horrible pitfall of being anxious about when another anxiety or panic attack will strike? ... (7 replies)
... In the last 8 months I have been through a lot in my life. I'm a 25YR Profressional male from Australia. Over the last 8 months I have experienced Anxiety and Panic attacks which I admit I never thought to be a real thing. ... (1 replies)
... depression. I know I've started to get to where I can't enjoy things like I used to. ... (16 replies)
... if you think you have a serious problem, talk to the doctor again. Do some blood tests and whatever you think it's necessary. ... (5 replies)
... my primary care doctor. I have seen a psychiatrist for this medicine in the past, and yes, they were much more liberal with the Xanax. I had to stop seeing the psychiatrist because my insurance no longer covered it. There is no reason a primary care doc should not be able to prescribe this. ... (3 replies)
... Sorry that you are having problems. You could be on the wrong meds. This is a trial and error thing. If you are still feeling bad you need to talk to your doctor ASAP and if you don't get any help, find another doctor who will help! Counseling can be a wonderful thing. ... (5 replies)
... Although it isn't the norm, it is not impossible to have such a reaction or dependancy to Ativan in this short time. It can occur after only a few weeks and yes at that dosage. 1 mg. Ativan is equivalent to around 10 mgs. Valium which is a decent dose for sure! ... (1 replies)
... Nice to talk to you. ... (4 replies)


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