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Yes. This could all be due to anxiety along with an overlap of perimenopausal symptoms.
So. What should you do?
1. Ask your GP or OB/GYN to check your hormone levels to see if you are going into menopause.
2. Ask about trying some anti anxiety medication.
I bet with treatment you will feel better soon.
Does this make sense to you?
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I would recommend Prozac and perhaps a short course of valium.
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