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    FEELNG LIKE IM GANNA SO CRAZ....
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    olivia24 posted:
    I CAN TELL WHEN IM GANA HAVE A PAIC ATTACK CAUSE LOUD NOISES GET TO ME REAL BAD I START TO WORRY ABOUT SMALL THINGS AND THEN BEFORE I KNOW IT IM CRYING, MY HEART IS PONDING , AND I FEEL LIKE IM GANNA GO CRAZY. I AM TAKING XANEX AND IT SEEMS TO HELP BUT I JUST WISH I CAN BE MY SELF AGAIN! ANYONE OUT THERE HAVE THE SAME KIND OF SYMPTOMS?
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    Reid Wilson, PhD responded:
    I just posted a response to you under the "Chest pains scare me" topic.


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