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Dizziness under shower, stomach pain. What has been happening?

So i used to take hot showers now there relativaly warm. But while in the shower i get very dizzy, light headed and my stomach hurts really bad, all to the point where i have to sit down. it hasnt got to the point where ive passed out yet but im scared that it mightbe coming close to it. this hasbeen happening for the past year. What do i do?
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

These troubles persist for a year and you either ignored it knowing these are just delusions or you went to a doctor and got yourself checked up and they said there is nothing to worry. In both way, you don't have to worry Don't worry about the happenings inside the shower and ignore them for somethime and they will disappear.
Psychology says fear causes delusions.
Good luck.
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