Hi, I don't post to this board much, but today has been an awful day, and I don't know what is wrong with me. I have been taking lexapro for a couple of years,and it has been working pretty well. The last couple of months have been very stressful, and I have started to feel more anxious in crowds or when there is a lot of activity going on, but have blamed it on stress and the time of year, etc. But last night I didn't sleep well, mind racing, all that, not a panic attack, just constant worry. And then I didn't feel so good this morning, low energy, frustrated, overwhelmed, etc. and I laid down in bed and couldn't stop crying, I mean like the choking sobbing crying. My husband asked what was wrong and I didn't even know what to say. We were supposed to go to his sisters for dinner, but I couldn't even get up to go. It just felt like everyhing hurt and would take too much energy. He is obviously worried, and so am I. I have never felt like this so suddenly, as I was fine yesterday. I am going to call my dr. tomorrow, but I don't like the way I feel and I dont' know what happened. Please help.
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