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Re: Could it just be anxiety/panic?

Posted by jessers11581 on March 22, 2005, at 20:47:54

In reply to Could it just be anxiety/panic? jessers11581, posted by Chris O on March 22, 2005, at 18:40:02

Chris--I think that this definitely has something to do with it. Have you ever convinced yourself that there was something seriously physically wrong with you, like that you had some illness or disease? I'm constantly trying to explain my symptoms (which are often quite physical in nature) by assuming that I have candidiasis, or a toxic liver, or parasites, or mercury poisoning from my metal fillings, you name it. It just never ends. I'm a SEVERE hypochondiac...or am I? I know exactly what you mean about never knowing if there's really something wrong. It absolutely sucks and it's wasted a LOT of my time and money. And I'm still not sure that there ISN'T something physically wrong. It's extremely frustrating. But anyhow, I'm definitely going to go back to 15 mg. tonight and see how that goes. Thanks for your support! :)

> Jessers:
> I don't want to assume too much because I don't know all of your symptoms. But could what you're experiencing just be the result of anxiety/panic?
> I know my anxiety produces a myriad of symptoms, basically anything goes when it comes to my GAD and panic. I've produced every kind of physical symptom imaginable. That's one of the reasons I hate this disease so much...I can never tell if something's really wrong with me or not! Anyway, when I weaned off Lexapro, the brain shocks definitely made me feel "off" for a while. That sounds like what you are experiencing.
> Good luck,
> Chris
> > Thank you all for your responses. I think I may have to move back up to the 15 mg. dose. I just feel kindof...I don't know. Awkward. Does anybody ever get that when they're either low on serotonin or trying to wean off an SSRI? I'm having trouble communicating and interacting with people (even my boyfriend!). And I feel like I'm dyslexic everytime I write anything because I keep getting letters switched around. Or I leave out words, etc. It's like, I just can't think straight or something. Is this typical? Will it go away eventually? I think I'd rather have the side effects than have to deal with my mind not functioning up to par. Anyway, that's my input. Thanks again!




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