OK so I haven't had a tetanus shot in like 15-20 years an I got scratched pretty deep by a cat an I'm terrified I'm going to get tetanus because I heard that its in feces an cats use litter boxes so my aniexty is through the roof I avnt really slept in like 3 days an can't get into my doc for another week someone please tell me I'm just being crazy as usual....i could really use a good night sleepView Thread
Don't feel bad I'm the same way an I have almost all the same symptoms too a tee...I had the ekg chest xray the hole 9 yards an all they can tell me is anxiety due to quitting smoking..I smoked for 14 years an I guess since I was 14 when I started that means my brain grew up on cigarettes so I've probobly been masking an underlying anxiety disorder so they say.....I know its frustrating but your not alone there are days my anxiety is so bad all I do is have body aches all day...its horrible but I somehow manage....I have two kids also a two year old and a four year old they are the reason I push forward everyday lol and I'm 27 so I'm right at your age too......View Thread
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