Answers
  • ziggychain
    Answered by ziggychain
    ears ago

    I think about this every day, i've been to the Emergency so many times, sometimes even twice a day, I have had chest xrays for my thought of having lung cancer, heart test, had CT scans for fear of aneuysms, and brain tumors, each doctor highly recommended that i go to therapy, it's all the anxiety and being a hypochondriac, I have this more than anything and It ruined my life for the past year, I lost my job for leaving and going straight to the ER because I was dizzy and thought I was going to die from a brain tumor. You have nothing to worry about i am deffinetly with you on this one, i know it sucks but if you need a doctor to tell you that you are ok then you should because it's a great feeling knowing for sure that you're perfectly fine, and most things like tumors and cancer run in the family and the chances of having a serious illness at such a young age is very slim, possible but slim if you are in good shape. I hope that this helps you. i had a hard time going through this because no one else knew what I was going through, I'm sorry that you go through this but It comforts me to know that I'm not the only one :)

  • Anxiousgirl1
    Answered by Anxiousgirl1
    ears ago

    i worry about this all the time. and then i make the very stupid (but what at the time seems comforting) mistake of googling my symptoms.... its very difficult when you feel like you have somehing much worse going on with you, but thats what anxiey does

  • zayo
    Answered by zayo
    ears ago

    omg! Ya, I want to run and get every test under the sun done to make sure I am indeed "OKAY". I started seeing a therapist 6 weeks ago and that has been going great. I can honestly say she helped me go from every day anxiety to once in a while. Although my thoughts are still there I can manage them and not fall into an anxiety attack. But i definitely think i might be a little bit of a hypochondriac. Ahh so relieving to know I'm not alone. You described exactly how I feel and have been acting. Thank you :) !!

  • zayo
    Answered by zayo
    ears ago

    Google is my best friend- i have a google problem. haha but when it comes to health related topics I have to stay away! I always end up on the most serious possible outcome of my minor symptom

  • kisschase82
    Answered by kisschase82
    ears ago

    I don't know if it is as serious, but I do believe that a lot of my anxiety has been caused or is comorbid with Avoidant Personality Disorder. I've brought it up with a couple of Psychiatrists, and they said it may be that, but they only wanted to focus on my anxiety and depression. I do think I'm going to bring it up again at my next appointment (I'm seeing a new Psychiatrist), and we'll see how it goes.

  • ashleylynn921
    Answered by ashleylynn921
    ears ago

    Yes This is me all the way. I have had test on top of test and nothing yet after 5 years has convinced me I am 100% ok. If I have chest pain its a heart attack, if im dizzy i have a brain tumor or something else, if my legs or arms twitch i have als... google is what messed me up very bad. I reall thought I was alone thank God Im not. My psychiatrist told me to google things such as negative thinking, catastophrising and thinking errors. It seems to help. you could also have somitization disorder also its a anxiety disorder that causes you to feel pain that isnt real. Self disipline is what you need dont google it makes things worse.

  • zayo
    Answered by zayo
    ears ago

    I have managed to stay away from google as far as health goes. But still have the urge to search symptoms.. It's like an addiction. Kind of silly. I hope that no matter what happens we will all be okay and it's only anxiety (whatever type it may be) This website has been a great outlet and a great place to find information without reading things that will freak me out. Living with anxiety is rough but no matter what I know that tomorrow has the possibility of being a great day.

Please register/login to answer this question. Click here to login
Questions from category Symptoms

Google Ads

Follow us in Google Plus!

Like US on Facebook!