Get your health question answered instantly from our pool of 18000+ doctors from over 80 specialties

185 Doctors Online
Doctor Image
MD
Dr. Andrew Rynne

Family Physician

Exp 50 years

I will be looking into your question and guiding you through the process. Please write your question below.

My husband passed away last month and since he died

My husband passed away last month and since he died I have been experiencing severe anxiety. My doctor prescribed lorazepam. I am also taking celexa and quetiapine fumarate as I have bi-polar 2. Is there something that can help prevent the anxiety attacks or can they only be treated once they start?
Thu, 25 Oct 2018
Report Abuse
For a more detailed, immediate answer, try our premium service [Sample answer]
Share on
 

Related questions you may be interested in

doctor1 MD

Hi I really need some answers my ex-husband which we have 3 small children was diagnosed with bile cancer a year ago but i think he had it before he was diagnosed, he had a stent put in and that was removed months ago and was receiving chemo and that was stopped 2 months ago, I saw him today and since the last time i saw him he lost a sufficent amount of weight his skin was very yellowish and his fingernails were all discolorized I think he does not want to tell me if he is close in time but what is your thoughts to this so If I need to prepare our 3 small children for this tragedy if their father passes

doctor1 MD

my 3 months old baby girl is passing greyish stools and its a month now since it started, Is it ok

doctor1 MD

He is the father of my only child, now an adult, who just returned from a visit. His dad is moving from treatment to hospice with 2 months (or days or weeks) to live. He just got diagnosed with cancer 9 months ago and so far I have said nothing to my ex about it, but have been getting updates from my son and trying to be supportive to him about it. Now I feel I should say something to my ex - we have been divorced a long time but I have remained on decent terms with him and his current wife, though we don't communicate much now that my son is an adult and married. My son says his Dad is not doing email anymore and that phone calls are awkward, so I thought I might send a Thinking of You type of card. What should I say or not say? Do I say anything about our past and how good that was despite the marriage not working? I want to say SOMETHING, but I don't know what! I live thousands of miles away so can't really offer help. Also, should I go to his funeral? We were married over 10 years and I was and have remained on good terms with most of his family. Thanks for any advice.

Loading Online Doctors....