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Hi, I'm experiencing very high anxiety and panic attacks along

Hi, I'm experiencing very high anxiety and panic attacks along with very bad fatigue especially in the mornings or after a shower and I suspect I have chronic gastritis since everytime I eat about an hour after I have debilitating stomach pain. Please help
Wed, 10 Oct 2018
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