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Anxiety

Also called: Anxiety Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, GAD

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It surely must be a great challenge to endure 24/7 symptoms of anxiety and depression. The positive parts that I gleam from your question are that...
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Hi If this period of unprotected sex was around or just before the 7th of July, give or take the odd day each way, yes you could be pregnant.But you...
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It is possible to receive Social Security Disability (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Benefits (SSI) based upon your medical and emotional...
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Hi Yes you do need treatment ASAP, seems you may have a psychological problem, ask your doctor for some help to find a psychiatrist who deals with...
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The combination of Xanax and Methadone can be deadly. You may have heard that the combination of the two drugs increases the euphoria and is similar...
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Hi here's a couple of WebMD links all about HIV, perhaps these will help you calm down and take life easier.http://www.webmd.com/hiv-aids/top-10...
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This could be related to anxiety, which causes different things for different people. Since your symptoms seem to improve when you're not at work...
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Do the web site have and answer for me ?
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Some medications may produce unintentional and paradoxical reactions. According to some pharmacological studies, Illogical responses such...
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You may need a process of elimination.  Ask your primary care Dr. for a referral, for a  gastroenterologist.   Have you had a...
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It's wholly possible that this is related to you stopping the Abilify, especially since you seem to have been fine when on both. It's also...
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Hi If you work under fluorescent lights, this saps your Ds, give a problem called Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that has...
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Yes, they can. In fact, people experiencing their first anxiety attack often believe they're having a heart attack. Symptoms of the two...
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That Xanax medication prescribed to you back in 2011 should still be safe and effective.A federal law was passed in 1979 requiring manufacturers...
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