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Heart burn, uncontrollable shaking, difficulty in erection, low appetite, nausea. Help?

I have heart burn it seems like all the time. my stomack feels tight on top but empty on bottom. I have uncontrollable shaking at times like being cold . When i try to get erection it takes a lot of efforert and hard to climax. Currently i am taken welburtion been on it for to days i have had my thyroid checked and other blood tested. I have no appetite and feel nausa when i make myself eat. i am at my wits end i have been to the doc.3 times and was told it cold be depresstion and anxity but why do i wake up and start to shake and is hard to stop it.
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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From above description, It appear that you are having anxiety problem. Anxiety also leads to increase acid secretion which need assessment and treatment. Sexual problems also common with anxiety.

Continue treatment with welbutrin as it is good for it but may take 3-4 weeks to show effects. You can visit specialist like psychiatrist or psychologist (if not visited before). Cognitive behavior therapy from trained therapist also help in these cases.

I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Wish you Good Health.

Dr. Ashish Mittal
Answered: Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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