Anxiety/depression symptom normal or not?

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I had a really bad panic attack about a week and a half ago and it sent me into a kind of tail spin. 

I have an MD appointment this week, but I have a headache type symptom, and I'm not sure if it's normal or not.

It feels almost like a really dull headache/discomfort. It's almost like I can pinpoint the part of my brain that's malfunctioning. Sounds weird I know, but is that a normal anxiety/depression symptom?

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    Hi Audrey ... I was experiencing headaches for ab a month and was fearing the worst.. they have subsided now but I am experiencing loads of other symptoms related to anxiety...

    Weakness/tremor and extreme panic disorder..

    Headaches have gone for now but recently I get that tightness feeling in my chest and I thought I was having a heart attack!

    But my doctor and consultant have reassured me I am experiencing all physical symptoms of stress.. Hope this helps wink x

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    Hello Audrey I can honestly say yes it is a main sign of anxiety I also struggle with pressure headache and feels like someone's moving me brain around me head I've bin in and out of doctors passed few weeks with my anxiety and they said that's a sign I suffer with panic disorder and I had a panic attack for 12hrs was hospitalised for it even paracetamol and codiene hadn't taken it away I hope yours go away very soon I've bin suffering 2 months and still have Hun xx

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    I have suffered from that from time to time and I have anxiety it comes when I'm worried about something

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