Doctor insights on: Afraid of death
Let's talk about it: Either you do or you don't. You can find out by getting colonoscoped. You're old enough that this should be available. Grit your teeth and resolve you'[l accept whatever finding the test gives. ...Read more
It depends: Hi yv3tt3. Colon cancer is often diagnosed when a person has symptoms such as bleeding from the rectum or a significant change in bowel habits. Sometimes people will experience abdominal pain as well. If you have any of these symptoms, your doctor may want to order a ct scan or a colonoscopy. Thanks for using health tap! ...Read more
This is not a good:
Place to be. It is time to accept help. With the help of others you can move back away from that precipice. If you are having
thoughts about killing yourself, get seen at the nearest emergency room now. Have a friend or relative drive you or call 911 for emergency services for transport. You can call the national suicide hotlines 24/7 at 1-800-suicide (1-800-784-2433) or 1-800-273 – talk. ...Read more
Comfort & presence: A 7-year old is getting curious about the world beyond home and family, and yet needs your comfort and care. Has someone in the family died, in a storm? Letting the child ask questions about storms and death is important, maybe playing it out with action figures, or drawing. Kids that age remember these losses -- including pets. Important for child to know you're securely there with him/her. ...Read more
Is reentry tachycardia and avrt the same thing? Had something the doc thought was ectopic atrial tachycardia and now I am afraid of sudden death
Same thing: AVRT is a form of reentry. (the "R" in AVRT stands for "Reentry"). ...Read more
Unable to keep any food down. Lost over 50 pounds in last 6 months. Male, 25 yrs old. He has no money for a doctor. Afraid he's straving to death?
I am so afraid of vomiting, afraid I will choke to death. I am pretty healthy 47 year old. Any comforting info to help me with this?
Need more info: Need more information regarding your fear of vomiting. Have you been vomiting frequently? Without more information regarding this fear and your medical history, it is difficult to understand the fear fully. Your body is designed in a way that normally when you vomit and you're fully awake and alert, you will not choke. Granted this is what happens when your swallowing mechanism is normal and intact ...Read more
Have you chronically: Been worried about health issues or dying? Do you have any specific conditions that would increase your risk factors for sudden adult death? Do you currently have a clean bill of health? If you are healthy but can't stop obsessing about this - would encourage you to explore cognitive behavioral therapy. ...Read more
Why are you thinking: What makes you concerned about lymphoma? Unless you have enlarged lymph nodes, recent onset of fever, weight loss and weakness, there is not reason to think about lymphoma. If you have palpable lymph nodes in the neck or armpit, get yourself examined by your doctor first. Then he/she will guide you further. ...Read more
Well, I think many: People are afraid of dying. Do you have obsessive thoughts about this? Are you suffering from an illness that could be life threatening? Do you have anxiety in general. Consider seeing a therapist or psychologist for both evaluation and for counseling. Help is available. ...Read more
Cysto anxiety: Here's a blog: https://www. Reference. Com/health/causes-lung-nodules-47b370eca3a0dc7bGet a more detailed answer ›
I was just diagnosed with ic. I am going in for hydrodestention next week and I'm scared to death. What can I expect?
Having anxiety problems become worst in the future?? How can I stop them? I get scared about the world, life, & death.
Therapy: Provided your doc has ruled out medical causes, please pick up the phone and call your regular doctor to see a therapist who specializes in CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy- most effective and well published and recognized type) to treat your anxiety and see them asap. Take care. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
What to do if I am about to have the trial (test stimulation system) neurostimulator surgery and I am scared to death. Help?
Fear: Possibly the best way to counter act your fear is to become well educated about the procedure. This can help to prevent you from worrying about some aspects of it unnecessarity. I am assuming that you selected a neurosurgeon that you feel comfortable. Share your concerns with your neurosurgeon. Take care. ...Read more
I'm scared to death I'm having oral surgey on the third and I'm scared of being put under! Is there a chance I won't wake up?!
Speak to your Doctor: Need to speak to your Oral Surgeon. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons have the lowest % of anesthetic deaths of any specialty who performs out-patient anesthesia. Make sure your Oral Surgeon is Board Certified and has a recent ACLS certification and his staff are all CPR trained and certified. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hello I have a question I am getting a therapeutic pulpotomy done tomorrow I'm scared to death! Is it at all painful after this procedure?
No: A therapeutic pulpotomy is not a painful procedure and generally is done to relieve pain in many situations. It is obviously something you need done. You will be in better health for having it done! ...Read more
I can't stop thinking about death. I am so terrified of it. This is majorly affecting my life. What can I do to help this? I'm incredibly embarrassed.
Tough question.: It's completely normal to worry about the people you care about. The issue comes when these worries take on a life of their own. If you find yourself feeling obsessed about this, or if you find that your worries interfere with your daily activities, it's time to get some counseling. Talk with your doctor; they may offer a counseling referral. Don't be alone with this; it's fine to get some help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check it out: Rather than being scared go to a reputable center and take a test. They are simple and most don't even require your blood to be drawn. They will also have counselors who can talk to you before and after your tests to alleviate your fears. After that make sure you are protecting yourself properly to minimize your chance of contacting the virus in the future. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer