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    Anxiety and Panic Attacks
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    An_248415 posted:
    Acute anxiety since I was takein off Clonazepam .05 mg 2 years ago. Buspiron, hyroxyzine pam, wellbutrin, Cymbalta, seroquel, trazodone, tramadol, lisinop, caused rants anger fear of being out of control. I have no tolorace for anyone anymore. Afraid to leave home. I might have an attack of road rage. Coffee puts me in a state of panic. Clonazepam is on record as helping. Are there any other alteratives?
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    Patricia Farrell, PhD responded:
    I'm not an MD and can offer any recommendations regarding which medication might be best for you. Unfortunately, it's usually a matter of trying meds until you find one that works for you.


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