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please help, Im a 30 year old man, I used to drink & smoke regularly. on august 1 2011 at 3am I woke up with a weird feeling of extreme tachycardia & urge to pass gas /stool. So I relieved myself & tried to sleep again.
I used that type of service when I had a bowel obstruction and their advice possibly saved my life. I'm betting that the drug cocktails you are taking are causing much trouble for you. Like Ireneo advised, taking that many drugs almost certainly is causing some problems. There are some very bright people who monitor this site, you might also post the drugs you take to get some input. However, if possible, I'd get a second opinion from a doctor at a different institution as soon as possible.
Hello Doctor,I am 24 and I have been wondering about random symptoms I have been having over the past year. Some days I'll feel great, I wouldn't say most days, and the others I'm feeling tired, short of breath, anxious and irratable. I have found myself worring over my health because of the tiredness and such because I am young and I figure I shouldn't feel this way.
In all these years, I've been placed on everything from Paxil, Effexor, Zoloft, more lithium than was reasonable, Xanax, Ativan, and now am on Propranolol and Clonazepam. The latest ones merely keep me somewhat stable, but, I am fearful of leaving my house. Not because of the anxiety, but because of having to determine where the bathrooms are wherever I am going and location of restrooms along the way.
Ok if you say that pvcs are not fully understood, then why is it day after day you doctors tell each and everyone of us that they are not life threatening? If you dont understand them then you really dont know. I would say having these pvcs runs of nsvt and all the other palps that we all get are the absoulte worse thing anyone can have. They control our lives give us anxiety, make us live in fear on a daily basis and all we hear is dont worry.
unfortunately, a diagnosis may be delayed for years while the person's quality of life and ultimate health is being affected. this all takes a lot of work and finding the right Dr. i'm not saying this is necessarily his problem. but he needs to keep on this. after my husband had dthe adenoma removed he was able to get off the excedrin and excedrin pm. it was hard, but doable. he was definitely addicted to it, but without the underlying medical condition, he was able to do it.
The only testing I have had is when she put a stethoscope to my heart on one occasion, during a moment when my heart was quite. She started me on Celexa for anxiety, and has recently added propranolol, but neither has helped and I am ready to scream. I wonder how long my heart run like this before it gives out. Any help or advice is appreciated.
It's not terrible but it affects my daily life and has become a problem with school. After taking the drug I forgot entire conversations with people and said and did things that were not like me.. for ex. give my number out to my boyfriends friends. I am really hoping that eventually my short term memory will go back to what it used to be. Going on my experience and from what I have read online if your husband was on it for 8 years he may have this problem for a few months.
D) who had never experienced anything related to anxiety or panic attacks ever in my life. I've always been a laid back, easy-going individual. Last May, after a weekend of beer pong and partying, I woke up on the following Monday and instantly felt dizzy and out of breath, like I was going to pass out or fall over. I didn't know what it was. I thought maybe I had hit my head during the previous weekend's festivities.
I also used to exercise religiously, but have not for the last couple years (first time in my life) and I started again a couple times this week, it does seem to help, but not enough testing yet, likely will not hurt it.. I haven't been sick in three years. I've taken xanax a few years ago for a few months as well. I've never done drugs regularly or often. And certainly not for a few years. I average one beer a year.
I am like all of you, I am frustrated and am tired of this condition affecting my quality of life - and just hoping and praying that someone out there can help!
I do have to be honest and say that, having been an airline crew member for almost all of my working life, the amounts of alcohol we, as a group, consumed when we were away would probably have horrified most medics. Nevertheless, these symptoms have only really manifested themselves since I retired last year .. and I would say that my alcohol consumption since that time has dropped by around 80% - although I also have to concede to having at least a single drink on most days ...
I've been going through it with digestion & AFib episodes. I'm scheduled to have an Ablation Procedure 12/22/2009 but I'm apprehensive because I keep thinking what if it's a digestive issue. I now have a scar on my heart which is normal from the EcoCardiogram I had done in August. I have never been a big soda drinker.
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