Well where should i start. I went on disability in late april because my anxiety and panic attacks decided to come back, I went to see my dr. and he changed my meds, I was on paxil 50 mg for the past 4 yrs and i was doing pretty good with no major anxiety episodes, so he started me on luvox 100mg and klonopin 1mg at night, i started to feel better and returned to work, i was only at work for about a month when my anxiety, panic and my pure O which i also suffered from, so i had to go back on disability, went back to my dr. now im on luvox 300mg in the morning and 300mg of gabapentin at night and also klonopin 1mg if needed, and i also practice some cbt techniques which really help also, but im supposed to return to work this thurday and im so scared, i feel much better but my anxiety still lingers, and i dont want to return to work and the same thing happen, i cant afford to lose my job, im married with 2 kids and my wife was laid off recently so things have been really hard lately, i want to work, i want things to go back the way they where, im just so scared. Im thinkin to extend my disability for another month, i dont know what to do. Thanks for listening and sorry for the long story, God bless us all.......
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