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I understand your situation and feel that your doctor may have forgotten to prescribe and will do this if you contact him. Or if you cannot contact your doctor then please take your medical records and go to an urgent care clinic or an ER. You don't have to continue suffering and with medications your symptoms will decrease. However for long term treatment you need therapy.
If you are an anxious person please read the below linked book since this will be very helpful to you:https://www.amazon.com/Things-Might-Terribly-Horribly-Wrong/dp/1572247118Also please do mindfulness practice for a few minutes every day. Use the guided audios below:https://health.ucsd.edu/specialties/mindfulness/programs/mbsr/Pages/audio.aspxYou will benefit more if you also consult a therapist. Make sure that the therapist is experienced in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).Take care.It is a privilege answering your question.Thank you.Please let me know if you have further queries or unanswered questions.Please rate the answer with a positive rating of 5 stars, because this is the only way we experts are credited and compensated for our time and work.Wishing you all the very best in life.May you be happy, successful, and healthy.