Hey everyone. I'm going back to a post I made earlier this month. I've been suffering from anxiety/ panic attacks for many years since 1999 when I was 15 and it had been under control with the exception of a couple months in 2009 and this new bout I have which started in April of this yr. Every wk and a half to two weeks I start to get anxious and nauseous followed by a bout of dry heaving or vomiting up mostly liquid not food. It happened for the fourth time today while I was at work in the past 8 wks. Primary care doc thinks I'm good after checking tests and my psychiatrist believes it's related to stress/anxiety with the possibility of the meds I take losing their effectiveness over time. I was wondering if anyone else here has experienced the dry heaving or vomiting and nausea and what has helped to deal with it ? Any advice is appreciated. Thank you
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