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Posted 4 Oct 2016 by pete amora • 2 answers
anxiety attack in his office. Its the type W/O a known cause but if I'm under pretty much constant anxiety would I still have GAD or would it be Agoraphobia since I do fear panic attacks but also have anticipatory anxiety?
Posted 3 Apr 2016 by Janiejai • 6 answers
I was prescribed 20 mg citalopram. I would like to know if it has helped anyone else with similar anxieties (Agoraphobia, Panic attacks). Also are the side effects awful? I read that it actually made some people more nervous which is the last thing I want.
Posted 13 May 2016 by HoosierK • 6 answers
I am going Monday to visit with my family doctor and talk to him about going on Zoloft. I've researched a lot of SSRI and I seem to think it would be the best starting ground for me. A little about myself- I'm 20 and in college. I've suffered from social anxiety most of my life, but ...
Posted 21 Sep 2013 by anxiousmum • 4 answers
My 14 year old son has been diagnosed with panic disorder with agoraphobia - he started on 20mg 4 weeks ago and then increased to 30mg 2 weeks ago. He is still finding everything so so difficult - he just wants to stay at home. When will the anxiety and panic start to decrease?
Posted 2 Jun 2014 by FuzzyPickles • 3 answers
Hi. My doctor recently changed my dosage of Prozac from 20mg to 40mg, and I was wondering, when will I start to notice a difference? I suffer with agoraphobia and panic disorder and am very anxious to get my life back. I've been on Prozac now for a little over a month, and I've noticed ...
Posted 10 May 2014 by scottishknight • 12 answers
I've struggled with generalized anxiety, agoraphobia, & depression for the majority my life, but for the most part have overcome so much of it. However, my living arrangements, losing my kids because I am poor, constantly arguing with my elderly mum & the holidays, have me at the end ...
Posted 26 Mar 2015 by kaylarhoads1991 • 6 answers
I've been struggling with anxiety for over 3 yrs now and im diagnosed with agoraphobia and panic disorder with m.p.d my doctor gave me this med for it... Is this even an anxiety med? I need advice. I've tried everything just about and it seems nothing works.
Posted 16 Apr 2015 by Blessed but stressed • 1 answer
... get a bit further out of the comfort zone? I'm trying to decide if either will work or if I should try to convince my therapist to come to my home and work with her EMDR machine. I've tried so many meds and other than the benzos which I'm currently detoxing from, nothing works. I ...
Posted 11 Feb 2015 by mary glanz • 3 answers
Posted 17 May 2012 by briards • 14 answers
i cry, sometimes sob, every day. i don't have to be thinking about anything, it just happens. i have major depressive disorder and anxiety w/agoraphobia. i wanted to know if this is unusual because a psychiatrist rolled his eyes at me when i told him how long this has been happening so now i ...
Posted 18 Apr 2013 by JayhawkJourney • 2 answers
I am on day 52 of taking a very low dose of liquid prozac. I measure it by drops as I am very sensitive to all meds. I am still experiencing an upset stomach and headaches daily. I have anxiety, panic attacks, and depression which has led to agoraphobia. I have tried several anti depressants over ...
Posted 25 May 2014 by Pigletsmama • 3 answers
Posted 12 Sep 2013 by cgarner65 • 2 answers
I have mild agoraphobia and lately have had more and more panic attacks. My doctor says it's peri-menopausal symptoms, not sure if that's true or not, but he prescribed Lexapro and without insurance the generic is $116. I don't know if it's worth paying for. does anyone know if ...
Posted 24 May 2013 by Delila • 3 answers
Hi all, i have just been prescribed Pregablin as an addition to my combination of medications. I have been instructed to take it 3 times a day. 1st day today, & i am ridiculously tired. I know this is a medication that i need to get used to, but i wonder how it has affected other users over ...
Posted 7 Dec 2013 by BeYondRepair • 5 answers
very intelligent. I was wondering if anyone could give me some ideas on how to approach this person. It is so bad, they even avoid windows and doors for they lead to the outside world, where this person is so afraid to be. Since I will be visiting soon, it would be helpful to know how I should ...