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Panic Attacks After Surgery
Recovering from clipping surgery 2 months ago. My only symptom is anxiety, crying for no reason and panic attacks. Who can help me?
I suffer panic attacks, if I need surgery for an ovarian cyst is there anything I can do to control the panic? Thanks
Hello. I am having lasik surgery tomorrow and will be taking 5mg of Valium before the procedure. I have a current prescription of 1mg Xanax to treat panic attacks. However, I haven't needed to take this for over two months now. However, I'm starting to ge
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I had emergency surgery a few yrs ago & have started to have panic attacks along w/mild symptoms of depression, trouble sleeping, & nightmares.
See doc.: I think you have defined your problem. You need someone to talk to and may benefit from medications. ...Read more
Father had septoplasty surgery today and requested for Xanax for panic attacks of not breathing through nose. Is this safe after anesthesia.
Wisdom tooth surgery in a couple hours - i think i'm inducing a panic attack. How can I calm down?
Ask for sedation: Wisdom tooth surgery requires the dentist to have complete cooperation from the patient. If you feel that you cannot get through the procedure then sedation would make you comfortable enough to tolerate the procedure. Call the dental office right away as the dentist should be notified prior to you being in the dental chair. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My panic attacks last a lot longer then 10-15 mins. And still feel a little anxious hours after i take a 1mg ativan. Can this be?
Dose response: Your panic is well entrenched. You should discuss your persisting panic with your doctor or psychiatrist. Common things that can prolong your panic are caffeine, chocolate, energy drinks, decongestants, beta blockers, insomnia, alcohol, drug use. Discuss with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: There are a variety of treatments for panic and anxiety to include medications (short term and long term if necessary), counseling/therapy, meditation, exercise/yoga, biofeedback, and so on. Some people have recurrences of panic/anxiety, but rest assured most panic attacks resolve with or without treatment so you will "go back to your old self". ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a anxiety and panic attacks. And they just started 3 months ago after 7 yrs that they went away no I'm worried more than ever can they hurt me?
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