Experiences with Anxiety & panic disorder

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ICD10 Code: F41
ICD10 Group: F00-F99, Mental and behavioural disorders
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Anxiety & panic disorder
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ICD10 Code: F41, ICD10 Group: F00-F99, Mental and behavioural disorders

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Olanzapine

6/3/2018 | | 33moderated by Philip
Olanzapine (5mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

ive been taking olanzapine at a dosage of 5mg for two days now and experience panic attacks after large events. even if i use citalopram and seroquel. my question is if anyone has experience with olanzapine and how quickly will i start seeing a difference?
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Alprazolam

5/11/2018 | | 39moderated by Susan
Alprazolam (0,5mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

This medication has worked really well to combat my anxiousness, i feel at ease in my head. Does Alprazolam help with worrying/psygosis? Any advice would be appreciated.
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Citalopram

12/21/2017 | | 47moderated by Philip
Citalopram (20mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

Previous usage worked fine but for some reason i am now suffering from side effects and it doesn't seem to be working so well. The panic attacks still manage to make their way through. On the 20th of December i'm going to increase my dosage to 30mg.
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Paroxetine

12/17/2017 | | 65moderated by Susan
Paroxetine (10mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

I finally feel confident enough to drive alone again, i don't normally have panic attacks anymore unless i'm in a very stressful situation, paroxetine is very pleasant to use.
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Zoloft

11/20/2017 | | 74moderated by Philip
Sertraline (50mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

It seems that I am missing an enzym in the liver, this enzym breaks down the medication in my liver. Zoloft needs this enzym as well, For me it doesn't work, but I hear good stories with other patients.
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Citalopram

10/24/2017 | | 55moderated by Susan
Citalopram (30mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

Since 3 months ago 20mg doesnt help. Now since 1 week ago i take 30mg, but i feel very scared and cant stand to be alone, what to do. Everything began after i got fired and had to be taken care of for a year. Who can help me, i feel so anxious, does this belong?
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Alprazolam

10/3/2017 | | 65moderated by Susan
Alprazolam (0,25mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

Very effective calming effect. Been taking it for more than a year now. But recently I've been getting more and more side effects. Occasional dizziness. Light-headed. But can't manage without it. Just take it in the evening before I go to bed.
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Venlafaxine

9/30/2017 | | 70moderated by Henry
Venlafaxine (150mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

For me it seems like venlafaxine is a wonder drug. Tried to come off it once but unsuccessfully. I am a completely different person thanks to Venlafaxine. If I'd have had this fifty years ago I would have had a very different life.
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Lorazepam

9/26/2017 | | 40moderated by Charlotte
Lorazepam (1mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

Used a lot of Lorazepam 1 mg. From 1 to 6 tablets a day during severe depression last year. They started being less efficient so I had to start coming off them, 2 months ago I was only on 1 or 2 a day! Then I went through a separation and was suddenly really anxious and panicky. It was either hospital admission (not ideal) or increasing to 4 x 2.5 mg a day. The anxiety and panic are now managea...
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Fluoxetine

9/15/2017 | | 64moderated by Henry
Fluoxetine (20mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

Anxiety symptoms disappeared, but I put on 16 kg and developed horrendous eczema which meant I ended up spending 2 days a week for 3 months undergoing light therapy in the hospital.
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Sertraline

9/11/2017 | | 27moderated by Charlotte
Sertraline (50mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

I was prescribed sertraline today by the doctor but after reading the patient information leaflet I didn't think I really should take them because I'd been worrying about heart problems for 8 weeks. That was all sorted but my anxiety and symptoms remain because I've read that you can still suddenly have a heart attack or other heart disease so I probably shouldn't really take them. Going back t...
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Citalopram

9/6/2017 | | 35
Citalopram (10mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

This drug helped me get the sharp edges off and my fear is as good as disappeared. Sometimes I'm even slightly too careless lately. It certainly flattens, but for a sensitive person like me (who was almost always under tension) it has long been a relief. I was there. I use it now 1.5 years and it goes well with me. I dare everything again and feel much more confident. I would therefore like to ...
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Risperdal

9/2/2017 | | 38
Risperidone (0,5mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

Prescribed by my psychiatrist because I cogitat all the time, emotional + + with every annoyance, I felt that my brain did not pause, always boiling, the blow of insomnia and fatigue + +. The doctor had given me 1mg a day, but having a small template, I was drowsy, I went to 0.5 and there except a few days, I was able to take a step back, it is true that at first I felt like I was outside, outs...
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Haldol

9/1/2017 | | 35
Haloperidol (50mg/ml) for anxiety & panic disorder

The Haldol makes me fat. It keeps me from going to the bathroom. Sometimes, for a week and a half, I can't go to the bathroom quietly.
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Oxazepam

6/5/2017 | | 38moderated by Philip
Oxazepam (10mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

Oxazepam works pretty quickly in that as soon as I feel a panic attack coming on, I can take one and it helps. I find this more appealing than using it preventatively and being dazed all day.
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Paroxetine

5/11/2017 | | 33moderated by Henry
Paroxetine (20mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

Due to trauma in my childhood I now suffer from mild anxiety and panic disorders. I'm also rather down. I asked to try medication and the GP suggested paroxetine. In the first two weeks I had loads of side effects: lack of concentration, really tired, no appetite, weight gain. No more problems after then though. There are loads of benefits to this medicine! A lot less blue and anxious.
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Citalopram

5/10/2017 | | 49moderated by Charlotte
Citalopram (10mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

I've been using citalopram 10 mg for 4 weeks. For panic attacks. As far as they are concerned this is definitely helping, but I'm dizzy all day long, nauseous and have absolutely no appetite... Anyone else have this experience?
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Citalopram

5/8/2017 | | 43moderated by Charlotte
Citalopram (10mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

I started taking citalopram 6 years ago and about one year ago I stopped. Things aren't going so well for me again now and I've just started back on them. I've just started with 5 mg. I can't remember what dose I was on the last time I started though. So I'm curious to see if the side effects are just as bad on 5 mg. Has anyone got any advice?
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Citalopram

5/7/2017 | | 18moderated by Philip
Citalopram (20mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

Before I started taking this medicine I couldn't even get out of my front door. If I managed to get a foot outside, I immediately started full-on panicking. I've been on this now for 7 weeks and my panic attacks are pretty much gone. I can think rationally about my anxieties and the therapy has become much more effective. The first week I really suffered with side effects though (dizziness, shi...
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Sertraline

5/1/2017 | | 18moderated by Charlotte
Sertraline (50mg) for anxiety & panic disorder

Medication helps me to get through certain situations better. It's easier for me to let things go and I'm not so obsessively over-thinking things. Unfortunately I'm sweating a lot (I mean, really a lot) in bed and I've gained 8 kg. I don't suppose this is just water retention? I'm eating just the same as I always have.
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