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    MsSecretary501 posted:
    I have COPD gold 4 and diabetes, along with fibromyalgia. I have been waiting for disability with my attorney for 3 years. It is now in Federal Court. It is a low income doctor's clinic that I go to and don't feel comfortable there. It is very different and less professional then what I am used to. State ran.

    I am now experiencing an overwhelming of feelings just before the doctor enters the room and I start crying so hard she can not understand me.

    Could this be PTSD? I ask because anxiety disorder did not seem to fit.

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