I suffer from PTSD, anxiety, panic, and social disorders
I see a psychiatrist every 3 months for my PTSD and it's side effects from a bad brain trauma from a motor vehicle accident from years gone by. Some symptoms I have had are much better such as memory loss, mood swings, brain swelling. I am still living with the PTSD and mood stablization along with my other mental disorders. I am taking methadose for my cronic (chronic) back pain, even after the operation to put 2 bars and 4 screws in my lower back to fuse the vertibrae. I also need an operation on my neck for deteriorating bones and a herneated disc. I am taking prestig for depression and klonopin for anxiety and vistral for stress. My question is: If the vistal only works on my panic attacks and not my stress why am I denied larazopam for my constant stress attacks? How can I get lorazapam? or convince my doctors that I need something stronger or different for my stress and anxiety?
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