Anxiety treatment center of northern california

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Avatar m tn I get anxiety in the car too, but probably not for the same reasons as you. I get it because I am leaving my safe zone (home). And i'm not sure if I would be able to make it back in time. Goes hand in hand with my agoraphobia. I'm not afraid of the driving bit at all.
Avatar m tn About nine months ago I had a severe anxiety attack out of the blue. The anxiety led to severe depression with continued anxiety. It has been the worst nine months of my 49 years. Because there was no apparent reason for anxiety in my life, I have felt all along that there had to be some underlying reason. I've been to half a dozen doctors and had every conceivable test trying to find a cause, all to no avail. My wife and brother-in-law have been battling chronic Lyme for several years.
429155 tn?1205676864 I am David aged 55 and employed as a postman/driver/sorter, well up until 38 months ago I had never been into hospital,well boy was that about to change.
Avatar f tn Elleon, Reading your story is like reading hundreds of others who have or suspected Lyme and got the same treatment----with small variations in symptoms. First let me say---- none of us here are doctors. But many of us have been in your shoes and have gone on to devote much time to trying to help others wade through this morass of mis- and dis-information. And we certainly can't say WITH CERTAINTY that you do have Lyme or one of it's co-infections.
3093770 tn?1389742726 If you do get depressed and do go on antidepressants, it is easy to go off of them after treatment. Many of them you do have to taper off of them, but that is relatively fast and there should be no problems. No, you do not get a rebound deficiency. I think most of the people on the forum who are on antidepressants were already depressed or had histories of major depression. Some did need to start antidepressants during Tx, but I think most people do not need antidepressants while on Tx.
Avatar f tn When I lived toward the East Bay growing up, we purposefully went across the bridge to Vallejo rather than the Oakland or Richmond ones due to horrible stories. They took care of everything quickly. The one up here in northern California isn't bad either and is prompt. I went into the ER with an ovarian cyst (was suspecting appendicitis) and had my cyst removed that night. Do you have any other facilities in your area?
Avatar f tn the brain centers needed for calm, rational thinking are overwhelmed by the anxiety center of your brain. Your boss does not want to press charges; do you feel you could get help from either him/her or a therapist? NA/AA groups have had people try to forge scripts; you feel extra guilty since you knew the system. But you can get help.....you need to find good people who have been where you are.
Avatar n tn we r even told to avoid a massage in the area of the neck. TCI is very well known for the treatment of chiari.....I am also hoping to hear soon to go for an eval. There r other members with small children, I only have one and she is grown and out of the house.....I no longer hold a full time job..... Many of the symptoms u mention r what we all have had at one time or another.....chiari symptoms can cycle.....just when u think, mayb I'll be ok...u get hit with a flare and u can't take it.....
Avatar m tn He is a member of the American Academy of HIV Medicine and has also been a distinguished member of the executive boards of numerous state and regional associations, including Past President of the California Society of Allergy, Asthma, and Clinical Immunology, the Allergy/Immunology Association of Northern California, and Past President of the Allergy, Asthma, Immunology Foundation of Northern California. Dr.
Avatar m tn 800-367-2437 -- Nationwide: 415-863-2437 -- TTY/TDD: 415-864-6606 Southern California: 800-922-2437 -- Southern California TTY/TDD: 800-553-2437 -- In Los Angeles: 213-876-2437 California Department of Health Office of AIDS (800) 367-AIDS (within Northern California) (800) 922-AIDS (within Southern California) P.O. Box 942732 Sacramento, CA 94234-7320 Colorado 800-252-AIDS -- Denver only: 303-782-5186 Connecticut 800-342-AIDS Delaware 800-422-0429 Dist.
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Avatar m tn (Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center) There is no proven treatment other than curing yourself of the hepatitis C virus that will stop the progression of your liver disease. Being still compensated affords you the last opportunity to treat the hepatitis C virus. Once you decompensate you will no longer be able to treat your hepatitis and you will need a liver transplant at some point in the future the continue living.
Avatar f tn been on it since march 3..and 20 mg of prozac......ithink my anxiety had a part of making my hearrt rate go up burt we couldnt be sure so he lowered it the adderall..........have u heard of people having sucess with refractory depression and adderall..
572651 tn?1531002957 In the course of a five-month inquiry, the AP discovered that drugs have been detected in the drinking water supplies of 24 major metropolitan areas — from Southern California to Northern New Jersey, from Detroit to Louisville Water providers rarely disclose results of pharmaceutical screenings, unless pressed, the AP found.
1933038 tn?1382520685 For example, I just met a man who was turned down for a transplant in the state of Oregon where he lives because he has a stent in his heart. The Oregon center then referred him to my center here in California where we do more difficult cases. He is now listed and waiting for a transplant. I am sorry that you are in a difficult situation and you fear the worse.
544292 tn?1268886268 Hi! Welcome to Part 11! There's a huge number of posts on Tramadol recovery here. Please come in and make yourself Comfy!
8092660 tn?1442444098 Norah Terrault at UCSF( I may have misspelled her name) She is one of the best. I saw Dr. Frederick at CPMC ( California Pacific Medical Center) and found him to be compassionate and knowledgeable though I couldn't recommend anyone else there. You do not necessarily need a referral. Just try calling their offices and make an appointment. For ascites, you must eat a no salt diet !
233488 tn?1310696703 a physician Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy that has been to medical school, medical-surgical residency and in many cases taken a special surgical fellowship. Ophthalmologists provide a complete range of medical and surgical services. Eye MDs must be distinguished from non-physician optometrists (OD) and opticians). This discussion is not meant to be encyclopedic nor to give you “the answer.” As stated previous “the correct” answer will be different for different people.
181575 tn?1250202386 In hepatitis B, where treatment is usually long term and where viral resistance is a significant problem, the issue is not so much whether one can stop early because of either a high likelihood of success or the inevitability of ultimate failure, but optimization of treatment to ensure the greatest likelihood of long-term viral suppression with a minimal risk of resistance." 2. "resistance is much more likely to occur when viral suppression is incomplete." 3.
Avatar f tn damage done by cirrhosis is not necessarily permanent especially with successful treatment of the virus - only a professional can tell you if you have truly decompensated - physical indicators of decomp are just that - most can appear earlier in some cases - do you know your meld score - i know of a few people who are treating with decompensated cirrhosis and one is currently undetectable - not probable but possible
Avatar n tn A survey in an endemic area of Northern California showed that doctors only considered a diagnosis of Lyme disease in one out of 25 patients who came in with Lyme-compatible symptoms. Your specific symptoms are certainly consistent with the hundreds of people I've interviewed with the disease. But the best thing to do is see a physican experienced with Lyme diagnosis and treatment.
Avatar m tn None of them seem to relate to the closure of the windpipe and cant give me a straight answer when I ask them. Has anyone an answer or better still has anyone else had this problem.
Avatar n tn I have also begun exercising more vigorously, seems to eleviate the symptoms for short periods of time. I live in a northern Ontario Canadian community and my family doc has moved to another city. Like most other people in this community now have to resort to a walk in clinic for med help. I find this frustrating as you nget a different doc. every time. Please write back with any suggestions. Radio Guy.
Avatar m tn I will never go against a doctors will and im going to give him a chance.He is suppose to be one of the best endo's in northern CA. I just have experinced nothing but total grief on synthetics. And i have a non-concerned jerk off endo. Sorry, just frusrtated here people.I waited 6 months to see an endo for this.wow.
Avatar n tn I HAD MY 3 AND FINAL TREATMENT THIS PAST THURSDAY. FOR ME AFTER EACH TREATMENT I GET VERY NAUSEATED. NOT ALOT OF PAIN AS MY DOCTOR MIXES LIDOCAINE IN WITH THE MEDICATION FOR MORE COMFORT. AND THE INJECTIONS ARE GIVEN TO MY AREAS AFTER TOPICAL MEDICATION TO NUMB THE AREA. I GET EACH SESSION BROKEN UP INTO 2 AREAS. (SUCH AS IDENTICAL AREAS LEFT AND RIGHT). I GET 50 INJECTIONS TO EACH AREA. YES.... 100 SHOTS PER TREATMENT.
Avatar n tn We have been in Hawaii, Northern California, Southern California. In every case she has been able to get vicodin. Why hasn't the FDA done something. This problem is widespread and getting bigger. There are plenty of pain medications out there that don't have the same addictive properties that vicodin has. As far as I'm concerned doctors are not concerned. The prescribing of this medication means easy money for doctors. Otherwise, it wouldn't still be available.
Avatar f tn If you have apnea, the CPAP seems to be the treatment of choice. They diagnose a lot of that at the UCSD Sleep Center I went to. People have had amazing results using the oxygen at night, and it can really change your life and improve it considerably. So if that was recommended treatment--it's worth a try. Mine is more of a body clock issue, and needs light to reset the neurotransmitters properly.
1312898 tn?1314571733 I don't think some doctors understand that debilitating symptoms and lack of a diagnosis is enough to cause stress and anxiety. There's definitely a dearth of empathy.