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I just had prolly the best week I had in months and now last night around 9pm I got the super foggy brain almost dizzy but not cause I can walk straight and everything I just feel like I'm dizzy.
I had a drs check up on my medications and anxiety yesterday he did mY vitals but that's it and examined me like a normal physical said all was well I'll see ya in 6months. He didn't order blood work and anything to check my thyroid or a normal CBC like they do typically, in fact he never checked my thyroid which from what I've read could be a contributing factor.
I'm on 20 mg cit and 10mg of buspar a day, however last night at 9pm it went south, and still having. That feeling, also very jittery feeling. I have no other symptom other than I had a heachache yesterday for awhile. Is this normal to go back to one of my original symptoms and have it at full strength like this? I figured after the last week I was on the other side of things but I also wonder if since they are the only symptoms I'm having if I'm just solely focusing on them that much more? I went to work today thinking I could get my mind off it if I was at work so I volunteered to take a extra day but it didn't seem to help.
Also my biggest fear is a brain tumor or something brain related being wrong that's not fixable as I'm only 28 and I'm married with kids and I don't want miss anything in my family's life. Death had terrified me since I have been about 6yrs old or so and I guess 3 months ago I couldn't handle it anymore and had a break which is how I ended up on these meds. I just wanna know if anyone else has experienced this feeling for a straight 24hrs with no break or do I need to schedule with a neurologist and seriously have things checked out, my drs did two blood tests for CBC check and everything was fine so they said it had to be anxiety and honestly I was starting to feel much better until yesterday, sorry for the long lost just need to know these feeling can just be anxiety for sure, if I had the extra money I would pay out of pocket for an MRI or atleast a ct scan but I can't afford that right now.
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