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Re: Pain/Anxiety/Trusting Yourself daisym

Posted by Rigby on April 8, 2005, at 19:19:53

In reply to Re: Pain/Anxiety/Trusting Yourself Rigby, posted by daisym on April 8, 2005, at 0:12:07

Thanks Daisy. It *is* difficult to sort things out. I do know that, finally, I feel no anxiety and no pain. At least I've got *that* right. I wish it would last forever! In the meantime, plenty of sleep and lots of food!

> It is hard to sort out the two, isn't it? My son gets really bad stomach aches when he is anxious. He tends to think he is sick, or ate something, and he discounts the anxiety. When I point out that "possibly" this or that could be making him anxious, he usually agrees and then works on the anxiety. If the anxiety doesn't go down, then we work on the stomach ache.
> I think if you determine that your anxiety is under control and you feel sick or hurt, then you should go see the MD. Too many times are serious conditions chalked up to depression or anxiety. Better to rule out things first, I think.
> And...anxiety *CAN* make you sick. So it might be both. Now there is a cheery thought, isn't it?
> sorry...I hope you feel better soon.




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