Anxiety medication mayo clinic

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Avatar n tn I would go to the Mayo Clinic, they need to look at a scan of your surgical location to make sure a screw hasn't come loose or something. Your back injury will always hurt. Since they're all freaked out about Hydrocodone, then someone should be more willing to give you a milder version of it, Tylenol Codeine #3. Lyrica also helps and they should be more willing to give you that, altho dosage has to be increased in the first month until you find your "plateau.
Avatar f tn He does have anxiety problems, as do I but hes managed to deal with it with some medication. Lately, his prostate has been severely inflamed, Urologist has upped his dosage of Flomax but he is still miserable. can't urinate sometimes. Also, he has severe dry eye and the eye doc said it was the worst he has ever seen. Eye doc put him on prednisone drops and put implants in his tear ducts,none which have really helped.
Avatar f tn My son had adverse reactions to his low dose anxiety medication.... increased anxiety, developed tremors, sx's that perfectly mimicked panic attacks, and most unusual it even stunted his physical development and it was 'all' caused by the medication. "the radiologist report said, gray/white matter is within normal limits, but something about calcifications, also impression/report was: possibly representing mild demyelinating disease.
Avatar f tn unless your husband fully understand the likelihood that Methadone and the Methadone Clinic will become his "Master" for many years, please seek a second/third opinion. Opiate withdrawal is very difficult. Methadone withdrawal, due to its prolonged half - life, is much longer and miserable.
Avatar m tn I have had 100's of tests and been to mayo clinic, All the Docs feel that it's anxiety and depression and sleep deprivation. These are my symptoms: Can't fall asleep at night for a year, Body especially hands are shaking from that, back is burning up and sweating, Have the chills, and I have left sided tension headache. I'm starting Lexapro 5mg tomorrow and they feel this will reset my sleep cycle, and help me out tremendously. What do you guys think?
Avatar m tn You don't know what exactly is causing this. But there is medication for anxiety that can really help you. First go find out it's not something else. People don't normally feel this way. When you go to the ER they do tell you to see your doctor for follow up. What are you waiting for. Follow up and if your doctor refers you to a therapist for further observation.....go. Don't make yourself miserable. You can get help and now is a good time to do it.
1265027 tn?1284843551 I have been off prednisone for a month and am still having tingling/prickly sensation in my body and periods of terrible anxiety. I have been to doctors multiple times with all kinds of tests done and they "don't know what is causing it". One suggested i go to Mayo Clinic. I take ativan (never had to before prednisone), .25 to .5 as needed. I have no idea when this Hell will end.
Avatar m tn Hey, I have had multiple problems for 4 years now. Over 100 dr visits, and clinic like mayo clinic and cleveland clinic. I had pains, weakness and yes, vission problems. I also had dizzyness, constipation, headaches, walking problems. 3 surguries to fix what was spine cord compression. But my overall weakness was not fixed. Now using integrative/holistic meds. Several improvements have finally began. These are tough to figure out. May take some time.
Avatar f tn Find one that will fix the problem even if that means going somewhere such as Mayo Clinic or Johns Hopkins or wherever that specializes in fixing things instead of mediating them. Then you'll at least know if it can be fixed. For your husband, I'd suggest looking into non-medication forms of pain control, such as hypnosis or acupuncture or meditation or a combination given he's on the strongest painkillers and they're not doing the trick, he's probably addicted, and he's very frustrated.
Avatar f tn // Ocular migraines aren't necessarily connected to headache pain and they can also cause tingling and numbness. I hope you'll do the research and come back with your questions. We're happy to help.
Avatar f tn If you want to learn about the different BP meds, go to a reliable source like the Mayo Clinic or talk to your pharmacist. They ARE Doctors of Pharmacology and trust me, they know medicines! Your doctor is gonna fix you up. And don't be taking your BP 6000 times a day either! Your anxiety about it will gaurantee a high reading. Please keep in touch and let me know what this next doc comes up with. And if you have any other questions, feel free to PM me!
Avatar n tn I have had 3 cardios and most recently spent a good deal of time at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville. I saw an internal med doc, cardio, endocrinolgist, gastro and ENT doc. My workup seems to be clear. The problem is that I am having a left sided chest weirdness that often goes to a spot on my back. It is only left sided and when it happens it brings a sense of panic with it. I would be lying if I said I wasn't feeling anxiety at this point.
Avatar n tn I have actually had tons of tests over the past three years, bloodwork many times, many digestive system tests, even a fundoplication surgery. Went to the Mayo Clinic for an evaluation because I have been so sick. Only functional problems have been diagnosed. I have tried a few antidepressants, Paxil, Luvox, Olanzapine, none of them helped my physical symptoms. A doctor tells me they haven't worked as they aren't the right ones for me. What kind of physical symptoms were you having?
Avatar n tn I do remember a burning feeling inside my body, just under the surface of the skin. This symptom was largely ignored. I then was consulted at the Mayo Clinic. I saw several doctors there and had a five-star workup. My Neurological examination in 2007 was as follows: speech, higher mental functions, language, cranial nerves normal. [i]I was observed with a very mild static and action tremor without significant terminal accentuation in both upper extremities.
Avatar f tn Now, I'm just one person and I'm not you and brains are very odd and individualized, but reading this from my outside position I'd think if you were just telling me this I'd be telling you to get yourself to the Mayo Clinic or Johns Hopkins of a university hospital that was known for looking into the really hard to diagnose things that most doctors will not take the time or have the skill to handle before I decided this was an anxiety problem, but I'd also say that you are developing an anxiet
Avatar f tn If you can, get yourself to the best medical institutions that exist, such as Johns Hopkins or the Mayo Clinic, where docs will work in teams and look at everything. I can't do this because my anxiety disorder was a phobia problem, and it's far worse now and now it's not treatable.
171867 tn?1271047748 I've been to the many, many docs and even the Mayo Clinic for help. All my tests are clear. I used to think that it couldn't be anxiety because I had no anxiety, stress or hardships in my life. I would hear that a divorce, a death or abuse could all cause anxiety to come on. I had none of those, just a pain that I thought was heart related that went into a full on panic attack. Everyday I feel something.
Avatar n tn That should be good thing but the physical pain is still there. I have an appointment next week at the Mayo clinic in Jacksonville. I am hoping that if I am cleared there I can move on. But the physical pain is very real and very scary.
Avatar n tn To some point I think it's just human nature to get in bad moods, but if it happens a lot you may need to do something about it. You may try one of those on-line quizzes (a quality one). I believe the Mayo Clinic has some self-tests. If you have insurance, your insurance card may also have a number that you can speak with a nurse or counselor. They might help you decide if you need to see a doctor and what kind. Good luck.
Avatar n tn symptom outbreak 3 years later. THis one lasted for 5 months. I went to the MAYO clinic and the best doctors in the world said - it is not MS - but let's do a lumber puncture. I again said no. At that point I figued whatever I had was not going to kill me after three years. I am currently in a bad state with weird MS symptoms. The worst is my feet burn and tingle.
Avatar f tn I seldom tell people to Google anything, but you're anxiety I fear is just going to make this so much worse. Visit ONLY such sites as The Mayo Clinic, The Cleveland Clinic or the NIH...(National Institute of Health) about anxiety. These sites usually have some self-help exercises and breathing techniques you can learn to help you relax. Do NOT Google symptoms of STD's. Stay in touch, OK? I won't leave you alone with this. RubyWitch (And by the way, I'm a woman!
Avatar f tn I for sure thought my docs were wrong. But how good 5 well educated docs be wrong? A cardiologist from Mayo Clinic, 2 ER doctors at 2 different health care systems without notes to each other and 2 different primary care physicians. If you Google your symptoms you're going to find the worst possible outcome. Anxiety can mimic so many things. I Google'd my own test results and found things I thought I should be scared of.
Avatar n tn I would look into a major center like Cleveland Clinic or Mayo Clinic if you can. They know what they are doing and it's your health. If anyone knows anything about the effect of aldosterone on a fetus please let me know. I am too young to not have kids and not ready to go through this dangerous surgery. Currently my symptoms are controlled on an aldosterone receptor blocker. I have also seen a homeopath and naturopath who have made great suggestions.
Avatar f tn Given you've been through the medical ringer already, you might be one of those people who might consider some place like a top university hospital or John's Hopkins or the Mayo Clinic and thoroughly rule out physiological causes before you settle on it being vanilla anxiety. Now, being an anxiety sufferer myself, it's a terrible disorder to suffer with, and the type of therapy you had isn't the type recommended for anxiety sufferers, if that's what you are.
1558471 tn?1331225635 Should I continue to take the Cardizem for a few more weeks? Should I make an appointment with the Cleveland Clinic to see if I can get help there? Are there any other options? Thanks for your help.
Avatar n tn So you have to keep looking at that angle, even if it means going to someplace like the Mayo Clinic where docs will look much harder than most docs will. But once you start having anxiety attacks, even if they are caused by something that can be found, you can become used to having them, expect to have them, and so you can still end up with a chronic anxiety problem.
Avatar f tn Check out the Mayo Clinic website below regarding this. We live in a very large rural area and have for many years. There are deer in our yard day and night, yet the percentage of Lyme Disease in the entire state is extremely low, very rare. We do find ticks but not the deer ticks, and we have had no problems. They drink at our bird bath and eat from our bird feeders. Our house is surrounded by woods for several miles. Hope this helps. http://www.mayoclinic.
Avatar m tn This isn't really a question, it's more or less a walkthrough of what I am going through with anxiety problems and alcoholism in hopes that it might help someone out there. Had I read online about how common anxiety attacks after a night of drinking are, maybe I could have started my road to recovery sooner, and maybe some of you can.