Jan 11, 2013
I have been ok for a few months now, well almost ok. I still have had times of anxiety and a lingering thought of another attack is always in the back of my mind. I wonder what it takes to get rid of this all together and for good? It seems like this is going to be part of my life. I just have to take the good with the bad. I was trying to ween of my amitriptyline recently which didn't go as planned. I ended up getting the flu which knocked me down pretty good. So I decided to go back to taking the amitriptyline again 25mg. I figure my day will come to get off of this stuff or mabye it won't. My main concern is this vibrating like feeling in my left foot. I have been checked out almost head to toe and doctors can't find anything. Blood flow is good, had an mri on my brain and that turned out good. I went for a cat scan of my stomach and intestines and that all came back remarkable! I got a scan of my l spine too and everything was ok there as well. So what is a person supposed to do or think about problems that arise in the body but all check out ok. I am so worried about this feeling in my leg. This feeling is why I get so upset it's the root of all my anxiety or at least I think so. I can feel it right now it's just vibrating. Sometimes I feel like it is throughout my whole body. Could it be nerve damage? I sure as heck can't figure it out and neither can any doctors. I recently met someone on this site that has a similar feeling. She described it as like an internal seizer feeling. I can understand that anxiety can cause all sorts of sensations, but so localized is what bothers me. Mabye one day I will find out and hopefully get rid of this.