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Intermittent anxiety, fear, nocturnal insomnia, due to stress for 7 days-does it require medical attention? Whats my best option?
Talk: Your best option is just to go talk out your symptoms with someone. Put them out there & together sort out what feels most helpful. You can start with your regular provider, a support counselor, or a therapist. You are smart for reaching out--keep going. No harm is done if stress is temporary and much can be gained with skilled help. Sore arm, you would not pause-- sore mind, seek aid too. ...Read more
Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating, having a serious ...Read more
Can anxiety cause intermittent episodes if forehead swelling, abdominal swelling, eye pain, and neck pain?... I also suffer from sinus .. No fever
For the last few weeks, i been experiencing intermittent stiffness in neck with a mild pressure near the top of skull. I'm often tense in chest/shoulders due to anxiety, but never in the neck. I also wake with a jaw that pops. Any thoughts onwhether it co
I have been getting intermittent nausea and a feeling of being on a roller coaster, like my stomach and heart drop for a second or scared. anxiety?
31 y/o Fem.Bloodwork great.sharp intermittent head pain allover, left ear pain occ., slight dizzy , cold sens legs.Brain tumor? Hist of bad anxiety
Head/ear pain: I think it may be trigeminal neuralgia. or variant thereof of neuralgia.. Could be due to zoster, herpes or lyme. less likley MS or tumor. see http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/trigeminal_neuralgia/detail_trigeminal_neuralgia.htm May consider a trial of gabapentin or steroids + acyclovir + gabapentin. Get lyme titer f/u wiht doctor/neuralogist ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does cardiac arm pain tend to be consistent? Been having intermittent arm pains that are increasing my anxiety, but theyre localized & move frequently
Not necessarily: If you have experienced chest pain, and symptoms involving the left arm, and the latter can be quite vague, and this is getting more frequent and troubling, do not hesitate. See your doctor today, get an ekg, and if necessary, a cardiac stress test. Other causes may be present, but that can be decided later. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can extreme anxiety (working on it!) contribute to low gallbladder function? Symptoms = nausea & very minor intermittent pain upper right. No stones
Sure: your med list make it seem you are modulating hormones that can have effects throughout the GI tract. I don't think there is any specific pathway, but so many factors contribute to gall bladder function. Sometimes simplifying diet (usually some version of 'no wheat, no sweet, no full milk, full milk products, or milk fed meat' is helpful. ...Read more
Sam's on prilosec 10 days for reflux and is having intermittent naseau and vomiting. Is supposed to take for a full month. (Also takes propanylol for anxiety)..
Who is Sam?: Stop all DAIRY,POULTRY and MEAT.Absolutely no liquids with food.Sam will drink water 1 hour before or 2 hours after each meal.Sam will lose weight if he is obese.sam will fast 14 hours starting 7 PM to 9 AM if possible.Sam will take OMAX fish oil instead of propranolol for anxiety and use MAGNESIUM OIL(LIFEFLO) Brand topically daily-6 sprays on both legs and feet at bedtime.Prilosec is dangerous!! ...Read more
Intermittent tingling in the tips of left fingers, primarily index. Feels like time is frozen. Left shoulderblade ache. Anxiety, muscular, cardiac?
None of above: Neuritic. Your symptoms can be explained by a combination of neuropathies from the cervical roots C4-7 to the brachial plexus to a median nerve entrapment (carpal tunnel) - particularly the intermittent tingling in your 1st, 2nd (index), 3rd, and 4th fingers. A careful neurologic exam should be able to determine the level of the pathology. ...Read more