I am a 27 year old female with had. I have been struggling with driving anxiety for several months. I am on 30mg buspar.. however not sure if its working much. I'm also in therapy. I am considering going on an ssri. I have had a bad experience with zoloft before... my Dr didn't have me titrate up and the beginning anxiety was horrible (caused panic attack that started all of the d driving anxiety). I was only on it 5 days.
I want to know if the benefits are worth the side effects?
Is it really hard to come off after feeling better?
... I want to start having children in the next few years.
i do no what you r talking about even thou i haven't been diagnosed yet with anxiety the doc wonted to start me on meds but i will not take them the best thing iv found to help me believe it or not is meditation for 30 min a day and slow berthing exercisers it has helped me alot but it hasnt stopped it all together but has made it a lot better better to deal with let me no how you go all the best
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