I'm a 17 year old with a family history of mental health issues and recently i have been fainting constantly due to the pain I'm getting from a tearing-cramping feeling I'm getting in my stomach. this pain is not only making me faint but i also suffer with panic attacks which trigger my fainting and have worsened in the past 2 months. approximately 3 months ago i also started hallucinating which lasted for about a month but i repressed it into the back of my mind. i am certainly not pregnant as most people have asked me, i have been referred to a councilor and someone has suggested yoga - i just need a more straight up answer. help ?
You need a good physical exam and comprehensive blood work and mental evaluation.
You should also seek psychiatric help, especially with your family history of mental health problems. Make an appointment with a psychiatrist right away.
'Fainting .. Hallucinations' are not things you're going to resolve on your own.
Don't be afraid to ask for the help you need.
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