- difficulty swallowing
- feeling out of breath
- having to go to the bathroom frequently
- hot flashes
- muscle aches
- muscle tension
- Ask your physician to tell you about the effects and side effects of the drug.
- Ask your physician when and how the medication should be stopped. Some drugs can’t be stopped abruptly but must be tapered off slowly under a physician’s supervision.
- Be aware that some medications are effective only if they are taken regularly and that symptoms may recur if the medication is stopped.
- Tell your physician about any alternative therapies or over-the-counter medications you are using.
- Work with your physician to determine which medication is right for you and what dosage is best.
• Anonymous said... Struggle with that daily diagnosed
• Anonymous said... Remember that everyone doesn't fit every profile of aspergers syndrome....some have some characteristics and others may have different ones....
• Anonymous said... My son who is 11 was diagnosed with Aspergers and I am without doubt that my partner also does although he has not been diagnosed. I however was diagnosed with GAD, it doesn't take much to cause an anxiety attack, some days it is unbearable from the moment I wake!
• Anonymous said... I have it.
• Anonymous said... I don't think I ever had GAD. It was certainly never diagnosed. Is it common in people with ASD?
* Anonymous said... I am a GADS lady and Asperger's .. Diagnosed at age 45 now 52.. My whole life makes sense now!
• Anonymous said...I was experiencing a lot of anxiety and depression and panic attacks. My first reaction to my anxiety was to drink alcohol. Since alcohol is a depressant, that made everything worse.
* Anonymous said...Have you ever been nervous before making an important presentation? Has "presentation anxiety" ever gotten in the way of presentation success? Would you like to know how the control your anxiety?
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