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Anxiety, arm numnbness, low blood pressure, nausea, fatigue. Taking Xannex medication. Causes for symptoms?

I was wondering what would be the cause of my symptoms I ve been having for about a week now. I was diagnosed with anxiety , and am currently taking 0.25 Xannex .. I have a doctors appt. tomorrow, but figured I d ask you guys now considering my symptoms feel worse today then any other day. SYMPTOMS : Numbness from my hands to the very top of my arms on both sides. Low Blood Pressure yesterday it was 89/71 and today its 100/73. I feel tired all the time. And this morning I feel nauseous. I work for a pharmaceutical company, and my job is not easy, because I have to use my arms. I am tired on the jobs, and its stressful to me while these symptoms have accrued. Please tell me what I should do?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Jun 2012
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All your symptoms like numbness in hands, low blood pressure , tiredness, nausea and your feeling that job is stressful point towards anxiety. Is it present only for 1 week and you were perfectly fine before that or the problem has worsened in the last week? If it is present only for the last i week, there could be some issues worrying you for which you should consult somebody you confide in or else professional help from a psychiatrist. Whatever, this problem should soon be over and you will be fine.
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Answered: Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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