(ASAP HELP)19 yr old male was healthy then things started goin down hill FAST PLEASE HELP!!!!Back in june 2011 i experienced a 14 day headache have had to C/T scan done and nothing showed up wrong.... but the headaches are the least of my consern i can deal with that between september 2011 and now (october 12 2011) I have been having a burning sensation that usually starts in my chest and shoulders and moves up in my head and my teeth ???
I ended up not feeling so well so i layed down in bed and started out with a bad chest pain left side of chest then i get this horrible burning sensation throughout my whole body the doctor say it is all from axiety could there be any other cause???
The doctors have me on Novo-Nortripyline10mg ( to get the headaches to go from almost daily to a one or two a week ). mylan-paroxetine 20mg ( to stop anxiety ) "even thought they wont kick in for a few weeks" and im also using teva lorazepam .5mg
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