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    An_239331 posted:
    I am a 20 year old female who for as long as I can remember has always been anxious. I wouldn't say I am anxious all the time but any situation that I feel uncomfortable, and more in a subconscious way, I instantly feel nauseous.
    It not the same things always but some people or uncomfortable situations & feeling nervous ends over and over again with me throwing up. Its like I have to because I feel so sick. I try to turn it off but its almost like I can't get a handle on exactly what it is.
    I'm wondering as to what you think it is, and what I can do. I want to be able to face situations I am uncomfortable in without being sick.
    I have always though maybe a fast acting anti anxiety medication? I don't always feel this way just certain situations.
    thank you.
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