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... Don't be. All you have explained to me is anxiety, alergies, and occaional stomach ache. That really is nothing compared to other people. Just make sure that the sinus meds are not making you anxious. ... (7 replies)
... I also didnt mention all the stomach enzymes I pop throught the day! ... (7 replies)
... Hi Laura You sound just like me. Last summer I went on a cruise and was convinced I was going to be so sick they would have to airlift me off the ship. For 2 months before I was in so much anxiety I could have thrown up everyday. I brought the wrist bands with me, the patch and dramamine, plus extra Klonopin and anti nausea medicine from my doctor. I was prepared for the... (2 replies)

... I pack extra Xanax. Rarely need it, but I do that to ensure that I am well prepared when I am on the plane or wherever I am. That would be my suggestion. No drug will get rid of your thoughts. You will have to deal with those through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or Meditation or some other form of though blocking. The SSRI's usually come with lots of side effects, so I... (2 replies)
... We have spoken before. The anxiety will continue as long as you don't take the time to get to the source. A doctor could really help with this. You travel constantly, that is enough to send anyone into an anxious state, so maybe you need some time off or a career change. Something dramatic needs to change otherwise this anxiety will continue. Xanax helps. I won't lie, I... (6 replies)
... Traveller, The reason why it is worse now is because you are home and probably not doing as much as you normally would which causes you to think about it more. I pushed myself to go to work this week because I knew that it would keep my anxiety lower because I am not dwelling on my heart and etc. Try to keep youself active and it will distract you from your worries and... (6 replies)
... nausea is definitely one of the symtoms of an anxiety disorder. And as for anxiety and depression they usually occur hand in hand. Being anxious and constantly worrying can definitely make you depressed. When you see your doctor be sure to be very descriptive so they can adequately diagnose you and start your recovery. Good luck! (6 replies)
Shooting pains
Oct 18, 2006
... Your right about that, I've been woken up many times with anxiety, chest pains, nervous stomach pains. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, I get the hot flushes and nervous stomach, part of anxiety for me. ... (15 replies)
... with this anxious, electrical feel, and a nervous stomach. During the morning I am not comfortable, hard to eat, etc. About noon it starts to let up. By evening I am absolutely fine. ... (2 replies)
... "Rumbling noises" do not constitue an IBS diagnosis, at all. There is nothing in the Rome Criteria that lists, "loud rumbling noises when nervous" as a diagnostic marker; IBS is a BOWEL disorder (ie. diarrhea, constipation.. etc.). (11 replies)
... am. It doesn't change more than ten minutes usually. It is mostly a nervous stomach that bothers me, especially early morning, but then I'm anxious during the day until mid day or so. It is getting to me, believe me. ... (3 replies)
... I have nervous stomach pains frequently, and sometimes a tightness in my chest. I am tired all the time. For the last few weeks, I have vomited almost every morning. ... (31 replies)
... I've noticed, for the past couple of years now.. sometimes I get a really bad tummy ache, probably once a month, maybe even once every 2 months. And I mean BAD tummy aches. I have to run to the toilet, sit there and lean over, praying to God kinda thing. I even cry sometimes because I just can't take it. I'm cold & hot at the same time, sweating, feeling light-headed & just... (2 replies)
... o believe they help make you feel better overall with less frequent anxiety and panic, however I do still have to take Xanax a few times a week as my attacks and nervous stomach never go away completely. ... (5 replies)
... I'm sorry you're dealing with this, too. Hang in there! I know how major medical problems or surgeries can contribute to anxiety. I was dx'd with thyroid cancer a year ago and ended up having 2 surgeries. My anxiety symptoms had started before that, but the "cancer" dx definatly made things a lot worse. Sometimes, I think that's why I keep thinking I have heart disease and... (14 replies)
... Hi, I am in the boat too..maybe we need a bigger boat! I just had surgery for a brain aneurysm and the medical journey over the last couple months has skyrocketed my anxiety. I do take Ativan which helps a bit and go to see a psych soon. My latests symptom is persistent chest pain (and I do have persistent anxiety, sometimes more evident then others) as well as nervous... (14 replies)
... I don't eat and it still happens. It is very maddning. I never new anyone could go so much. (2 replies)
... the paxil should eventually help, valium taken before a trip would also help, does it help if you dont eat? (2 replies)
... I have had an anxiety disorder for 3 months, i really didnt know what was happening to me heart palpitation, nervous stomach, fear at loud sounds, fear upon waking in the morning, chest pain, pain in side of head, etc I now realise it was because I have had back pain for 8 years and for the last 3 months it got so bad my brain cant switch of feeling it. I am getting better... (10 replies)




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