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After the first week of zoloft I felt good for a few days and then I strted feeling bad again. I was only on 25 MG which everyone including my neurologist (went to him to look at an MRI that I had- clean) said was too low of a dose to work. I wondered if I had that in my head and convinced myself that it wouldnt work....? My primary appears to only want to give me a small dose. THe truth is I dont want to be on a med and dont want to appear to be crazy. My mom, brother and grandma are all on it and I refuse to be the same. I have had every test under the sun and they can't find anything wrong with me. I am confused why all of a sudden I had all these massive episodes????? Can I recover from an anxiety attack on my own? Will my brain heal itself? I have exercised and ate right everyday. I cant seem to stop thinking about it which may be making me more anxious. Just cant figure out why this all of a sudden happened to me. I have NOTHING to be upset about except some stress with work which appears to be subsiding.
Per your answer --- are you saying that there is a medication that I can take with these that will help with the anxiety until I get used to it? I was recommended by my primary to see a psycologist in which I cant get in for 2 months so I am a little perplexed with what I can do in the meantime. My primary said I need a specialist to help with the meds. During one of my ER visits they gave me zanax to calm me down while I was on Celexa. After it wore off I thought I was going to die from the same massive anxiety. I keep running across that seritonin syndrome and that freaks me out that that may be what this is.
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