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I just found out i was pregnant and i deal with aniexty and panic attacks. Do yous have any ideas how to help me?
Panic and Pregnancy: There are certainly ways to help with anxiety and panic, even when someone is pregnant. They don't have to involve medications, but some medicines are safer than others in pregnancy. Speak with your ob-gyn about your anxiety problems, and get a referral to a therapist skilled in working with cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety. A psychiatrist can help if medicines are needed also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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With a lot of help: Cpap, which stands for continuous positive airway pressure delivers warm, humidified air through the nose or mouth and pneumatically splints the airway preventing closure during sleep. CPAP can now be used with a large variety of masks. Most importantly, finding a trusted doctor and company who furnishes these machines will ensure initial education and close follow up to trouble shoot problems. ...Read more
Yes: You can break porcelain in the same way that you can break a tooth. While we have very strong ceramics today, excess force must be dissipated in some way. Teeth can be loosened, or become sensitive. So, the real question is how do I reduce the force in my mouth so none of these things occur. It is correcting a bad bite that is key, not stronger materials. ...Read moreSee 8 more doctor answers