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by NINA (no login)

 

I just found this, actually my daughter found it. She, like everyone else in my family is at their wits end as to what to do with me. I had a tubal ligation 12 years ago. Approximately 2-3 weeks after I began to have bouts of dizziness and lightheadedness. I started having anxiety etc. I called the ob/gyn and asked if it could be related to the procedure. They said absolutely NO and there was no reason to even think that. I suffered extreme anxiety,panic attacks, lack of sleep,terrible mood swings, yelling, depression,etc, etc. for five years until I met a dr. who said I had anxiety disorder, caused by some chemical imbalance. He put me on Xanax, which I have been on for 8 years (that's stressful in itself!) Now that I'm getting closer to menopause, they put me on birth control pills to level out my hormones and give me lighter more regular periods. I'm having the worst anxiety symptoms in quite a few years again, and I'm quite discouraged. I hate to up my xanax.....is there any treatment for this? I never even heard of this until today. Thanks for listening.



Posted on Mar 24, 1999, 4:29 PM
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