This day. And these symptoms..

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Woke up feeling okay after having an ok day and a half.. Now today I'm just feeling anxious and I'm not sure why.. I keep having these random muscle aches and sharp pains in my stomach and back, some in the chest. Pretty sure it's gas related, but it's making my heart beat a bit quicker and that is of course making me nervous. I also work from home so listening to this plus my crying baby isn't making for a good day. Going to try some nice chamomile tea today. Have my doctors appointment tomorrow morning so I think I'm just overly anxious about my heartrate (even though I've been checking it and it has gotten better since the meds, I still panic every time it gets higher, especially there. Ugh)

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    Make a list of your worries and concerns for when You see your GP. Your time will be better used when explaining your worries and symptoms

    Let us know how you get on


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      Thank you. I ended up trying to ignore it and went out today.. Had a few pains, nothing major.. But now I just walked a little and had a pain (not sharp, more like when u have a muscle that's in a knot) in my heart area that lasted for like five minutes then went away for now.. Its just so frustrating that right when I have a good day, I find myself having a bad day.. I'm praying they adjust my meds because I really like this one but the thought of it not working well enough for me really irritates me.

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    I get bad racing heart every morning . What medication do you take? I have severe anxiety because my Paxil stopped working and I'm still taking it. If I try to go off of it I get major anxiety

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