Well I did take a nap all the way to 11 and I felt a lot more better butt when I went to go pick up my son I made some eggs and some white rice I ate and then I feel super sick again. My Cardiology doctor called me yesterday and told me that I had no cardiac arrest issues with my heart which is a good sign. But it still scares me when I go through this and I feel super sick most of the time I had told the doctor I must be lack of vitamin or lack of something in my body that's making me feel this way my heart's not going fast no it's going slow I was diagnosed with anxiety ever since I lost my baby. Butt now I'm starting to feel sick my mouth is dry I don't know it's hard to explain but I have an appointment tomorrow and hopefully this acupuncture thingworx tomorrow and hopefully the doctor can check my blood work and see if I need any vitamins to take daily vitamins women Centrum what is not doing anything for me but we shall see now I have to go grocery shopping and it sucks cuz I get super bad anxiety now and I just feel sick to my stomach right now hopefully this goes by fast so I could come home and just relax. Hopefully this thing goes away I do have a joint but I'm just so scared even try it it's been way too long it's been since high school 2006 and I don't know how my body would react to it there's anybody out there do marijuana for anxiety I heard it's good I used to have anxiety when I was 18 to but it wasn't bad but I did smoke marijuana and it did help me a lot but then when I met my husband and had a kid I stopped everything I had my second child and I started getting really bad anxiety after that and then I got pregnant with my third baby and then my anxiety was up the rooftops I was in and out of the hospitals like every single day because my anxiety it was my hormones I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant and he was pretty bad and I'm pretty sure my entire being this stressed I was going to kill the baby it sucks but life moves on I just hope I can feel better
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