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cypressleidy
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   Posted 8/2/2007 4:08 AM (GMT -7)   
Hello everyone I am new to this post. I can relate to everyone here that has these panic attacks/anxiety that last more than 10 minutes.
Mine actually last all day long. I get scared cause I am having an attack to begin with then I suppose my mind goes racing more at the fear of having a heart attack or whatever and makes the anxiety last all day. I will be afraid of being too far away from medical help. My chest will hurt all day, my left arm hurts all day, my head hurts all day, nausiated all day, edgy all day, racing heart all day, numbness & tingling all day etc etc..... I started having this 4 years ago and was put on Zoloft which I called the wonder drug as it made me a different person. My doctor gave it to me for free and then he transfered to another state and I couldn't afford it so I had to get off. I was on it for a year. I was okay for awhile since I had the drug in my system from taking it for a year. Then I met my husband now-boyfriend at the time (2004). The attacks & anxiety started coming back. Got back on Zoloft. Didn't work anymore. Got on Wellbutrin. Didn't work for depression or even my smoking which my husband hates. But I smoke more when I have these atacks, stress, anxiety and etc but he doesn't understand. Plus not that easy to quit when you have been smoking for 20 years. Doctor gave me Lorazepam. Helped but only short lived and when I took about 3 in a days time when I was only prescribed one 25 mg a day. Now yesterday I went back to the Doc told him I have got to do something. This is getting to me and my marriage. Now he has started me on Paxil. Hoping it works. Still has me on Lorazepam but only when I have an attack and no more than 2 pills a day. All day yesterday I had anxiety and the panic attack. Worse at night trying to go to sleep and worse cause I hate telling my husband since he don't understand and then I get more anxiety and stress and worry. This morning still feel chest discomfort, arm pain, headache, dizzy and nausea. feel like I am going crazy. Afraid I am going to die. Always checking my pulse and blood pressure as I have high blood pressure and on medicine for it. has anyone taken Paxil before? Does it help? Any self help ways to deal with this problem? Thanks for reading my post.........Cypressleidy

bfrancis
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   Posted 8/2/2007 7:40 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Cypresleidy,

I am sorry to say that i have never been on paxil before. I'm just writing you to leet you kow i go through the sam thins that you go through on a day to day basis. I just recently started taking zoloft 50mg. I;m scared to death about taking it, but i need something to help with these panic episodes. I'am also new to the post, but i have to say that reading people's post and using alot of other peeps advaice has really helped me. Since I have joined this post it seems like my panic has been more controlled in the last week. Other people's advice has really helped me. I'm sorry I don't have the answer for you about paxil, but i'm sure alot of people here take paxil and will respond to your post.

Just wanted to let you know that this is a great place to be, and it is really helping me deal with my panic, and i hope it helps you also

take care,
Brandy

at wit's end
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   Posted 8/2/2007 7:47 AM (GMT -7)   
I am going through the anxiety and panic and stress and am having a very difficult time of coping. I have literally made myself sick, am having constant tightness in my upper abdomen and sides and bad back and side spasms and throbbing that I cannot get rid of very quickly. I get up every morning this way. I stay a big knot in my stomach to the point where I am experiencing stinging sensations constantly. Is anyone else having these stinging sensations? I am going on vacation in 3 weeks and need to get over this before we leave or we will not have a very good vacation I'm afraid. I cannot relax at all. I am fearful of these feelings and when I am calmer I do not have these symptoms but when my mind starts racing and I start being scared of whether I've got something major wrong health wise I get worked up and start belching constantly, like right now. Any suggestions to help me get over this permanently will be appreciated. I constantly sit slumped over at my desk at work and my upper abdomen is constantly drawn in and tight. Need help and suggestions please.  

Danxiety
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   Posted 8/2/2007 9:31 AM (GMT -7)   
Hey At Wit's End_

I cant say that i've experienced all the symptoms you have. I think panic strikes us and cause us to feel certain physical pains.

Just to let you know, i'm on vacation right now and i think the stress building up the vacation facilitated panic in me. So since you have 3 weeks to go before your vacation, maybe try a few things. Now, i'm no doctor and infact had 2 panic attacks this morning, but i think some of these techniques will help.
1. Dont think getting better by you vacation time. Maybe try and tell yourself that you have panic and you're going to except that, if you have panic while you are on vacation then thats ok.
2. Think i things that make you calmer in the moment. I try and do things that take my mind away from the fear. So i ride my bike for a little while. I think trying to positively cope with the panic and anxiety is true the best way to get rid of it.
3. Dont be hard on yourself at all. You, like everyone else on this board has panic. If you can learn to embrace the panic, learn that there are ways to help with it, than it seems to slowly go away.

I'm still working through panic myself. Its been a really hard journey, and i one point I was a addicted to work. It was the only thing that really took my mind off the panic and allowed for time to go by and helped me get through it. Now that i'm on vacation, ironically enough i want to go back to work and have that distraction again. I think i need to stick it out and do things that make me feel good.

Anyways, i dont think thats much help. But know there are some techniques you can practice that will help you. Also know that its always ok to feel this way. And its always ok to no go or do something. I think you might be building uo this timeline for vacation and if you tell yourself that " I have vacation in 3 weeks and if i dont feel better i might not go" Yeah, i know it seems obvious, but it relieves that trapped feeling. It makes you feel like you have options (which you do) and might just help with the panic

take care_
dan

stkitt
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   Posted 8/2/2007 11:19 AM (GMT -7)   
Hello cypressleidy
 
Welcome to Healing Well and the A & P forum.  We are a group of members that know where your coming from and what your going through.
 
I have not used the meds you mention but I have been taking meds for 24 years for the disorder so please try not to be frightened. 

You may want to look into CBT therapy as I have read many posts by  our members have learned this way of rethinking your thoughts. It takes hard work and lots of practice.
 
There is an online site that is free if you cannot get to a therapist. Here is the link http://moodgym.anu.edu.au/

I know that going over and over something in my mind after it's happened doesn't do any good. It just makes it worse. I can actually inflate an event after the fact and then it causes me more anxiety than the actual event did. Try to stay in the moment and let the past be, don't let in anxious thoughts or worry about what is wrong with you.  Always see you physician if you feel you have a physical problem that is not anxiety.

Take care and stay with us...........................(((((HUGS))))))



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at wit's end
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   Posted 8/2/2007 11:41 AM (GMT -7)   
Danxiety said...
Hey At Wit's End_

I cant say that i've experienced all the symptoms you have. I think panic strikes us and cause us to feel certain physical pains.

Just to let you know, i'm on vacation right now and i think the stress building up the vacation facilitated panic in me. So since you have 3 weeks to go before your vacation, maybe try a few things. Now, i'm no doctor and infact had 2 panic attacks this morning, but i think some of these techniques will help.
1. Dont think getting better by you vacation time. Maybe try and tell yourself that you have panic and you're going to except that, if you have panic while you are on vacation then thats ok.
2. Think i things that make you calmer in the moment. I try and do things that take my mind away from the fear. So i ride my bike for a little while. I think trying to positively cope with the panic and anxiety is true the best way to get rid of it.
3. Dont be hard on yourself at all. You, like everyone else on this board has panic. If you can learn to embrace the panic, learn that there are ways to help with it, than it seems to slowly go away.

I'm still working through panic myself. Its been a really hard journey, and i one point I was a addicted to work. It was the only thing that really took my mind off the panic and allowed for time to go by and helped me get through it. Now that i'm on vacation, ironically enough i want to go back to work and have that distraction again. I think i need to stick it out and do things that make me feel good.

Anyways, i dont think thats much help. But know there are some techniques you can practice that will help you. Also know that its always ok to feel this way. And its always ok to no go or do something. I think you might be building uo this timeline for vacation and if you tell yourself that " I have vacation in 3 weeks and if i dont feel better i might not go" Yeah, i know it seems obvious, but it relieves that trapped feeling. It makes you feel like you have options (which you do) and might just help with the panic

take care_
dan
Thanks Danxiety. I need to try something. I have been this way on and off since January. Had a few health issues that started everything, am getting at that age where hormones are doing weird things, had to have our 13 year old dog euthanized back in early April, I was trying to deal with his illness for a month before he died and it stressed me badly, that and the loss of him, and now have had some of the health issues flare up again. The panic attack and symptoms that resulted this morning didn't let up until around noon, and now they are trying to creep back into my body and mind as I feel unusual and within 30 minutes to an hour after eating I develop some weird discomfort and get stressed over it and cannot relax and go with the flow. I little weird feelings terrify me until I am in a state of shaking. I feel I am fighting a losing battle this time. It took me over a month to get rid of the symptoms and feelings the last time. sad

Post Edited (at wit's end) : 8/5/2007 9:18:24 PM (GMT-6)


Danxiety
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   Posted 8/2/2007 2:49 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh yeah, i've totally been there too. It's not a fun place to be, but know that you are not losing the battle. Maybe even try and let go of that mentality a little bit, and not think of it as a battle per-say. I think if you maybe try to put a different spin on it, that its not a fight, it might help relieve some of the symptoms. Allowing it to just happen or even inviting it to happen (as crazy as that sounds) see to help a bit. When i was having my attack this morning i say to myself " I'm having a panic attack, nothing bad is going to happen to me, the way i feel is ok to feel." I keep repeating that over and over again. Soon i started to fear sleepy again, and i eventually took some ativan and went to sleep for a couple of hours. Anyways, I know exactly how you feel.

Are you taking any medications? Maybe you would benefit from something like that? But its a personal choice!

Hang in there. You will feel better! Keep us posted!
Dan

bfrancis
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   Posted 8/2/2007 3:28 PM (GMT -7)   
I havent experienced the symptoms you have. The worse symptom for me is when it feels like my head is going to explode. I feel alot of pressure in my head. And i'll get lightheaded and dizzy, thats my worst one. I hope you learn to work through it and know that its not something that will just go away.

Good Luck to you and take care

Brandy

wiggyann
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   Posted 8/2/2007 4:59 PM (GMT -7)   
To Cypresslady and everyone who has suffered with panic attacks for year.  I suffered from panic attacks for many years and I know how much suffering is involved, physical, emotional and mental.  After many years of being in and out of hospitals and being on many different kinds of medications.  I ran into a girl I had gone to high school with one day in a book store and she was telling me how she was taking a medication and never had the panic attacks anymore.  She told me she could go anywhere and do anything and they just didn't happen.  She was not aware when she was telling me all of this that I had suffered from panic attacks for many years also.  I asked if I could call her and she gave me her phone number.  I am a Christian and I  had been praying for help for the panic attacks and my Christian friends had all been praying for me too.  I phoned the lady I had run into that evening and she told me her physiciatrist had put her on Nardil which is an MAO Inhibitor and you have to watch and not eat certain things while taking this medication, but it  does stop the panic attacks in about three weeks time.  I went to her doctor and he put me in the hospital and put started me on four Nardil a day and monitered my blood pressure and I was there for three weeks. This doctor had never put anyone on an MAO Inhibitor before and after he started three of us on them in the hopsital at four a day.  He started other patients on them at just one or two a day and let them stay at home.  I have been on Nardil for 25 years now
and have not had another panic attack.  It is an old medication but some doctors will not put their patients
on it because there are certain things that you cannot eat while you are taking this medication.
 
Wiggyann

at wit's end
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   Posted 8/2/2007 4:59 PM (GMT -7)   
Danxiety said...
Oh yeah, i've totally been there too. It's not a fun place to be, but know that you are not losing the battle. Maybe even try and let go of that mentality a little bit, and not think of it as a battle per-say. I think if you maybe try to put a different spin on it, that its not a fight, it might help relieve some of the symptoms. Allowing it to just happen or even inviting it to happen (as crazy as that sounds) see to help a bit. When i was having my attack this morning i say to myself " I'm having a panic attack, nothing bad is going to happen to me, the way i feel is ok to feel." I keep repeating that over and over again. Soon i started to fear sleepy again, and i eventually took some ativan and went to sleep for a couple of hours. Anyways, I know exactly how you feel.

Are you taking any medications? Maybe you would benefit from something like that? But its a personal choice!

Hang in there. You will feel better! Keep us posted!
Dan
I have very little Xanax left and have some sample boxes of Lexapro and the Lexapro does nothing for me. I hate this bloated tight feeling in my middle and upper abdomen and the weird stinging sensations. I have a huge fear of having colon cancer. I worry over every one of these weird feelings and never sleep well at night. Have trouble going to sleep and wake up numerous times. I am trying to hang in there. Haven't seen a therapist. Got the Xanax from my gynecologist.

Danxiety
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   Posted 8/2/2007 6:51 PM (GMT -7)   
At Wits End_

I totally understand what you are going through! Its scary, for sure. Panic has really been hard on me and the rest of us, and i'm sorry that you too are suffering. I think we try and find or search for a logical answer to the panic. Those racing thoughts about cancer and as you say all those little weird things you worry about, are our minds searching for an answer. Its hard to say, cause i've only really felt like i was having a heart attack or I was loosing my mind. Can you go to the doctor and get checked out? I mean, do you think it would put your mind to ease if you knew you were ok?

Sleeping well is hugely important for me. If i dont sleep a full night i am a lot more sensitive to just about everything in life. In fact, just a little sleep deprivation really hurts me. Maybe you need something to help you get a full night sleep. I would definitely say that you should try and find a therapist. I think all the worrying you are doing is flaring your panic (and its totally normal to worry about these things, if you didnt then i think that was abnormal). But a good night sleep on a regular basis can do wonders for your overall mood. I dont know much about sleep deprivation. Only what it has done to me, and i know that i full night sleep is a requirement for me, especially when panic and anxiety are present.

I think you are doing great. I think by coming onto the forum boards and seeking out answers to you questions is a HUGE step in the right direction. It takes a lot of courage to speak openly about how you feel, even if its to an anonymous group! You want to get better! You're already (with out realizing it) on the path to recovery. I know it may not feel like it, but you're doing the right thing. keep posting! I would suggest you starting a new topic about the feelings you have in your abdomen. I think a lot of great people might miss this talk because its in this other thread. Maybe if your subject line reference abdomen pain, you will hear from people that have the same thing.

hang in there!!!
Dan

at wit's end
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   Posted 8/2/2007 7:38 PM (GMT -7)   
I have to see a gastroenterologist regularly as I have Ulcerative Colitis. I had a followup appointment with him on the 24th of July. I told him about the symptoms I was having with the catch feeling in my left side and the back spasms and the intestinal gas issues and the tightness in my upper abdomen. He did his usual abdominal exam of my abdomen with the stethoscope and the abdominal tapping to listen for hollow sounds, and he apparently didn't seem too concerned about anything. I've dealt with a milder version of these symptoms before minus the catch feeling in my side. And the weird abdominal sensations I had to a way lesser degree before but since my anxiety has been worse it is worse than before. He is putting me back on the Asacol for my colitis as a cancer preventive but I didn't get to send my prescription in until around two days after I got it and it takes 7 to 10 days to get it mail order so I am having a two week delay at least to get to start on it and hopefully this will take care of any flareup issues when I get back on it. Thanks for the positive words of encouragement.

Danxiety
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   Posted 8/2/2007 10:16 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey thats awesome! It totally sounds like you're totally doing all the right things. It sounds like you anxiety is exacerbating the abdominal sensations so hopefully the meds will help with that. Sounds really positive!!! Keep posting updates and hang in there. Oh and one last thing, and this may or may not be good for you so check with your doc. But maybe something like yoga would help you out some? Just an idea.

take it easy_
Dan

Howlyncat
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   Posted 8/3/2007 4:46 AM (GMT -7)   
I truly think you are taking all the right steps
Kitt has given you the online CBT link and I hope you will try it out

I ahve crohns so I do know some of what wouuld give you the a/p and it is a chronic illness IMHO

Kudos for doign ALL you can to fight this

Keep posting and letting us know how you make out

LYN

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   Posted 8/3/2007 4:51 AM (GMT -7)   
Wiggyann
I am certainly happy that you have been panic and anxiety free al these yrs
You still must remeber tht we are all different and this med would prolly not beneefit all the iothers as it has you
Once again so happy for you

Stay with us and lend us your support and empathy

Welcome again

Take care and thanks for a positive post

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at wit's end
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   Posted 8/3/2007 8:45 AM (GMT -7)   
The panic attack has hit me again. I have not felt right since getting up this morning and I cannot stop dwelling on the weird sensations in my abdomen. Again I am experiencing the tightness in my entire gut, cannot relax, feel a weird discomfort in my lower left side, the spasms are starting again in my back, and I am having those weird stinging sensations again and don't like the way my sides feel. I feel like I am about to hyperventilate. And it is too hot here to go out and walk around the parking lot as a stress reliever. Experiencing the chest tightness also. I cannot deal with this.

stkitt
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   Posted 8/3/2007 4:39 PM (GMT -7)   

Hello My Friends,

I am so glad your all here yeah Gentle reminder to make sure that all members posting in this thread are included in the comments as we want to make everyone feel part of our family.

Thank you so much .


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   Posted 8/3/2007 4:44 PM (GMT -7)   

Wiggyann

Thank you so much for your input regarding Nardil. That is a MAO med and comes with a long list of foods and meds that you should not take when using it.  I am glad it has worked so well for you.

I agree with Lyn, it is not the choice for everyone but if it works for you than I am happy for you.  Welcome to our family.  Please stay and keep posting.

Gentle Hugs


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Butterflyna
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   Posted 4/6/2009 7:16 AM (GMT -7)   
wiggyann said...
To Cypresslady and everyone who has suffered with panic attacks for year.  I suffered from panic attacks for many years and I know how much suffering is involved, physical, emotional and mental.  After many years of being in and out of hospitals and being on many different kinds of medications.  I ran into a girl I had gone to high school with one day in a book store and she was telling me how she was taking a medication and never had the panic attacks anymore.  She told me she could go anywhere and do anything and they just didn't happen.  She was not aware when she was telling me all of this that I had suffered from panic attacks for many years also.  I asked if I could call her and she gave me her phone number.  I am a Christian and I  had been praying for help for the panic attacks and my Christian friends had all been praying for me too.  I phoned the lady I had run into that evening and she told me her physiciatrist had put her on Nardil which is an MAO Inhibitor and you have to watch and not eat certain things while taking this medication, but it  does stop the panic attacks in about three weeks time.  I went to her doctor and he put me in the hospital and put started me on four Nardil a day and monitered my blood pressure and I was there for three weeks. This doctor had never put anyone on an MAO Inhibitor before and after he started three of us on them in the hopsital at four a day.  He started other patients on them at just one or two a day and let them stay at home.  I have been on Nardil for 25 years now
and have not had another panic attack.  It is an old medication but some doctors will not put their patients
on it because there are certain things that you cannot eat while you are taking this medication.
 
Wiggyann
Hi wiggyann:
 
I am new here and have been on Nardil for over 20 yrs myself.  Have you experienced any changes in this med over the past few years?  Just curious?
 
Butterflyna

Post Edited (Butterflyna) : 4/6/2009 8:20:47 AM (GMT-6)


Celey
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   Posted 4/6/2009 9:50 AM (GMT -7)   

Umm... Weird... It said this post was posted on August 2nd, 2007... //@.@\\'....


I think I am being picked on by life, sometimes. But's that okay. Life and I are good buddies... I know life doesn't mean no harm. It just is the way it is. I can accept that.

Post Edited (Celey) : 4/6/2009 10:53:04 AM (GMT-6)


Raniah
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   Posted 4/6/2009 10:03 AM (GMT -7)   
Mabye Butterflyna did a search on Nardil and came up with this thread, which is an older thread? Just a thought.

BTW, welcome, Butterflyna. I hope you can find some answers to your concerns.

Butterflyna
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   Posted 4/6/2009 10:06 PM (GMT -7)   
Thank you Raniah.  I actually did do a search on Nardil and that post did come up.  My apologies.  Incidently, thank you for the welcoming words. :-)


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   Posted 4/7/2009 5:12 AM (GMT -7)   
 
Hello and welcome to HealingWell and the A & P Forum.  We are glad you found us.  You have posted onto an old thread but your question is a good one. 
 
May I suggest you start a thread of your own and use "Anyone taking Nardil ? "  as your topic line.  That may get you some results from new members and old alike.
 
Again a warm welcome to you and stick with us.
 
We also have a new members forum if you want to share a bit about you.  We love new members.
 
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Butterflyna
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   Posted 4/7/2009 9:30 AM (GMT -7)   
Thank you.  I am having some trouble with getting to know the format here.  My Anxiety and Depresion are very bad right now.  I find it very hard to concentrate to read what I know I should read.  Thats a great Idea about the Nardil thread.  I will try to do that.  I just am finding it hard right now...there is too much.  Thank you.  I sound so stupid.   cry --)  me, blush lol

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