About Me: Female, 24, Katy, TX, member since Jan 2012
I have a wonderful baby boy who is my whole world! My family is my life. I just recently started going through anxiety. It's taking an enormous toll on my life. I don't feel like myself anymore and it's affecting my brain and heart. I'm still working on trying to figure
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Just a quick note to say hi! How r u doing with ur anxiety? I get ur symptoms today i gelt like my heart was gonna stop then it started beeting kinda fast felt like i was gonna pass out i feel timgly in my head hot sensation through my head and face after that goes away then i get sweaty,shakey and nausious and make me wanna cry bad i take xnax i didnt want to but i hate these feeling i feel like ima die or something is wrong with me ive seen 2 doctors also gone to a hospital and nothing is wrong i got a ct scan of my head twice got blood work done got an ekg for my heart and im fine but i get so scared well i hope urs get better
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