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Old 06-13-2015, 10:47 PM
 
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For 1.5 years I've had very loud stomach noises. One doctor I saw last year suggested that I take an anti anxiety medicine. She came to this suggestion when the examples I gave of when the noises occurred was when I was preparing/taking an exam (stressful/nervous situations). I quickly dismissed it and never gave it a second thought until now. Would taking this be too risky? Anti Anxiety medicine may have made progress through the years that I'm unfamiliar about it. So please advise me on this. I plan to make another doctor visit very soon.
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Old 06-13-2015, 11:55 PM
 
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I suggest you talk with a pharmacist who is not too busy - take along a note pad. Ask what types of medicine there are for your situation. Then look them up on the internet and read about them.

I never realized what a treasure trove of information pharmacists are until someone suggested I ask them questions about drugs. Do that, do a bit of internet research, and talk to your doctor. Then you might come up with a good solution!
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Old 06-14-2015, 11:53 AM
 
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I suggest you talk with a pharmacist who is not too busy - take along a note pad. Ask what types of medicine there are for your situation. Then look them up on the internet and read about them.

I never realized what a treasure trove of information pharmacists are until someone suggested I ask them questions about drugs. Do that, do a bit of internet research, and talk to your doctor. Then you might come up with a good solution!
And waaay better reference for what you asked than C/D peeps!
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Old 06-14-2015, 03:37 PM
 
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And waaay better reference for what you asked than C/D peeps!
Wait, what?....LOL
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Old 06-14-2015, 06:19 PM
 
Location: Seattle, Washington
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For 1.5 years I've had very loud stomach noises. One doctor I saw last year suggested that I take an anti anxiety medicine. She came to this suggestion when the examples I gave of when the noises occurred was when I was preparing/taking an exam (stressful/nervous situations). I quickly dismissed it and never gave it a second thought until now. Would taking this be too risky? Anti Anxiety medicine may have made progress through the years that I'm unfamiliar about it. So please advise me on this. I plan to make another doctor visit very soon.
If the medicine is for treating anxiety... why would you take it for stomach noises? As the stomach processes food, it makes noises. Can you explain it in more detail?
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Old 06-15-2015, 03:55 PM
 
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A year ago I had been experiencing panic attacks that always resulted in fainting, mostly in public places, even on a date once. It was humiliating and actually pretty dangerous. So i saw a doctor who gave me some medication, but the effects soon wore off. Searching one day I found a website that had a pretty good review recommending a product to treat my anxiety. I read the review and ended up trying out the method. The technique worked instantly! Because i'm not scared and know i can handle any attack, the attacks went away.

If you want to learn more about what I used (The Linden Method) here is where I saw the review ( [url=http://anxietyendshere.com/the-linden-method-real-users-linden-method-review]Anxiety Ends Here – The Linden Method: Real Users Linden Method Review[/url] ) . It tells you about everything that comes with the system and exactly what it will do for you. Check it out, hopefully it will help you like it helped me!
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