As I get older I tend to worry more about what is going on in my body and I think this might be causing other problems. So 2 years ago I was dizzy for almost 3 months and my heart felt like it was beating out of my chest, went to the doctor and they found nothing but since I was having Acid Reflux they put me on Prilosec and said that could be the cause of the dizziness. One night I was lying on the couch and I felt this vein pulsating out of my head and freaked out and went to the ER....they then ran all kind of test and everything came back normal. About a week later everything seem to go away. Problem now is, i am so afraid that this is going to happen again that everytime I feel something different going on in my body I think that there is something really wrong with me and I am afraid that I am going to miss the signs for something that could kill me. I am starting to believe that all my worring might be what is causing all my problems. The latest thing... I went to the doctor for was tingling in my legs. Of course I went on the internet and looked up what it could be and started to freak out. Went to the doctor and they said my B12 levels were really low. so now I am taking B12 and it made it go away. My problem is... everyday I wake up thinking that something doesn't feel right and I start to stress about it. Today I just don't feel like myself and now I am thinking something is wrong again...ughView Thread
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