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Had weed, hospitalized with cold chest, panic attack. Still have chest pain, difficult breathing, given ubrophen

Hi my name's kelly,and i'm 15 years old, I first tried weed when i was 14 years old because my mate forced me to do it and i had about 6 pools?then 30 minutes after that I rushed in hospital as my chest got all cold and i felt really cold and had a panic attack,it's been a year now, and i still get chest pain since that day, I can't breath properly, I go doctors nearly everytime they gave me ubrophen but it won't stop i Get stressed really easily aswell, can you please tell me what this would be i'm really starting to get scared :(
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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Hi Kelly, thanks for asking your question. The fact is that sometimes weed triggers the start of panic attacks. Panic attacks can have many shapes, and one of the shapes is the one you describes (chest pain, etc). The treatment is easy and possible. You should ask your doctor about its treatment. They are treatable with any medication from the class of SSRI, but should be used in the adolescents cautiously. I wish you a good health.
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