In May I delivered a stillborn son. It broke my heart in more ways than one. I guess you can say I was in denial the first month or so. Then I found out what caused my baby to pass. It sent me in a downward spiral thinking there was something wrong with me. I went to every doctor you can think of and everything came back fine. I finally went to my doctor and they put me on 10mg of Lexapro and Buspar. My anxiety is way out of control. All I think about is my breathing. I don't have the chest pains anymore or any of the other symptoms just this breathing crap. Sometimes I feel like I will live like this for the rest of my life. I have never had any anxiety issues until the baby passed. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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