Are these common Anxiety symptoms?

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getting really worried had low abdominal pain and low back pain for a week now and can't stop weeing.i had a urine test done today and everything was clear there so not a uti.ive googled things and its sayin all kinds of bad things now.ive suffered anxiety a few times but usually only tension headaches and once chest pain which I ended up going to a&e with but that was clear.

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    Anxiety can and does do many things to the body as well as the mind. First thing though - stop googling! It's the very worst thing you could do,we all.do it,but its a bad thing to do. Speak to your doc and if your both concerned about anxiety then ask about some therapy to help
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    Well when we are anxious, our bodies go into hyperdrive.  It is a normal physiological thing for fight or flight.  Scientist have figure that during fight or flight we would release our bowels, as not have waste in our systems as if we were to possibly get an injury to our bowels we would not get poisoned by our of waste.  Thus exlpains why you may be possibly having to go all the time, because you anxiety.  I to have dealth with this.  When you start getting your anxiety to a minimum you will feel less of this.  What are you doing to deal with you anxiety? You need to part of your solution to your anxiety, or you will continue to have it.
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    I've had all this and suffered with anxiety disorder for a long time docs just adviced mines perimenopause I'm early but so was my mums not good hope they find out soon take care x
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    Hey Christina - nothing to worry about as these seem to be common anxiety symptoms. When i have anxiety my chest tightens up, get extreme pain in my lower back etc. When this happens again, just tell your self "I want to know what worst could happen to me today and i am not afraid of it". You will be suprised that the pain will fade away slowly. But in order to get rid of anxiety completely you need to look at the underlying cause of the problem.
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