Ever since I was diagnosed with colon cancer and had to have my ovaries removed which sent me into instant menopause, my anxiety is out of control. I am 48 years old and my anxiety attacks started when I was 21, I had been on a rollercoster with my anxiety until I finally listened to the doctors and started on Celexa and an occasional xanax only when needed, I have been great for years. Well now things are just out of control again. Part of my recovery was that making myself believe that nothing was going to happen to me and that Imhad to keep telling myself this is crazy and I will be fine. Well now something is wrong with me so how do I tell myself there isnt anymore, plus this menopause is what is causing the most anxiety. How can I possibly feel like how i used feel before my periods if I have none of those parts anymore, I know hormones is the answer, I hate being a woman sometimes I swear. Well just took a xanax hopefully will feel better soon.
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