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Have stomach ulcers. Why am I lethargic? Had a missed miscarriage. Help panic attacks?

i am very lethargic and weak in the morning until about 2pm in the day, im being treated for b12 deficiency and stomach ulcers , only begin to get energy in the evening. have had blood tests done and diabitics all normal, have this tingling sensation in my fingers mostly left but sometimes both sides have been in hospital as got very bad panic attacks have been under serious stress the last 6 months lost a baby at 20 weeks missed miscarriage had to deliver it in hospital my son had a serious hand injury my other son fell on stairs and fractured his hand in two places and my husband left me to top it off and send me divorce papers , struggling financially, my family are not supportive as i married an indian man at a registry office without their consent and got married alone without them knowing about it they are racist anyway cannot turn to them for support as their attitude is you made your bed now you can lie in it am stuck in a rut have no motivation to do anything because of these panic attacks im getting im with my 3 kids aged 11, 8 and 5 and have no adult company, it seems to be the same thing day in day out , am trying to be positive and am trying to snap out of this its as if somebody or some thing has put a spell on my body please help thanks aine
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response have many reasons to be in a state where you are currently ,,,,but it's not the end and you have to come out of it.
What you can do is consultant psychiatrist get started on antidepressants as they may lift your mood. As you have mentioned you had panic attacks and got admitted for the same , you can consult the doctor there only..once your mood get better , start trying to come out of your problem one by one , not all together.
Don't hesitate to ask for help from your near or dear ones....and don't feel bad if they refuse as you are already aware that they may not help, but in this way you may get someone who can help .
Start to get busy once you get your energy back as it will further motivate you to come out of it
Ask your husband to take care of children and to share the responsibility. Use legal methods if he does not listen to you.make list of your problems and deal one by one based on your priority .
Take care
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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