... attacks. Has anyone else suffered with this?
Hi angel, I am not a doc, but you might be suffering anxiety because you are not fully recovered yet. This might be making you anxious because you may be putting too much pressure on yourself to be more active and mobile. If you were a very active person before your replacement, you might also have a little cabin fever?? In any case, if you don't start feeling better soon, you need to let your doc know and get the anxiety under control. Don't put so much pressure on yourself. You will get there. It usually takes about 6 weeks to full recovery and you are half way there!! Yea!! Hope you start feeling better soon. Need anything else, feel free to ask. Bless. L
Yes I was fairly active and I did quite a lot for my family. Now I have to rely on everybody else and I dont like the feeling. I feel useless cause im unabe to do the things I did before the surgery. I have been told that once I am more active the panic attacks will stop. I guess I just want them to stop. Hate having to take pills so I can leave the house.
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