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My heart is beating a little bit faster and it feels funny, should I be worried ?

My heart is beating a little bit faster and it feels funny. Should I be worried?
Like you know that feeling you get in the middle of the night when you think your about to fall off your bed? Well I've had this feeling for a few days, nonstop. I'm fifteen, I've been having suicidal thoughts since October, I became deeply depressed for no apparent reason in September, and began self harming in January. Help? And the reason for the depression is probably because my parents tell me how much they hate me all the time, and I'm not even sure why. I just feel really unwanted. Oh, and I'm having shortness of breath. Another thing is, I don't really trust anyone. I'm scared of what they would think. :(
Tue, 13 Sep 2011
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Hi well come to HCM.
All your problem seems to be related to your depression, and does not seem to be due
to any organic disease.It seems you have severe depression and need close monitoring
of psychiatrist urgently. This is acurable condition and you should bother for it and
consult psychiatrist and strictly follow his advice is very much desirable. Take care
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