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Panic attack, cold and sweaty feet, shaking hands, stuffy nose. Help

Hi doc good morning and thanks for your time I am 18 years old and my name is kayda I have once got a panic attack and after I was having nerves problem it doesn t affect me every day but when it does I am weak my feet are cold and sweaty and my nose stuffy along with shaky hands. Sometimes I think that something really bad is going to happen but doctors said that nothing wrong I am also afraid of going out and being all alone by my self can u please help me.
Tue, 10 Dec 2013
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Hello Kayda
From your history it appears that you are suffering from phobic anxiety and at times go into panic
I would have given to my patient one SSRI group of drug plus one anti anxity benzodipine group of drug
in case of more severity or non responsiveness I would have added betablockers in small dose
I suggest that you meet your psychiatrist for prescription and discussions to ger reassurance
Let me tell you it is treatable conditions so dont worry please
Take carev

Dr Lal
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