Our expert says:
5HTP would be useles, as it almost always is.
best see a good local psychiatrist for a full assessment and a discussion of treatment options. There are meds which can help curb anxiety without causing nausea ; and psychological treatments like cognitive-Behaviour Therapy ( CBT )can be very effective, too.
Contacting your painful Ex is not wise, and is very unlikely to have any benefits - leave him behind in the past and stop contacting him.
Try to simplify your life until you have got the anxiety under control ( which should be practical and shouldn't necessarily take very long ). Its not a good idea to tackle too many anxiety-provoking and challening things at the same time.
Deal with trying to conceive once the anxiety is controlled. Discuss your financial difficulties with your husband, and with his help, and maybe advice from the bank, make a realistic plan to settle the debts and not run into any more of them.
Check with resources like FAMSA and your nearest medical school's dept of psychology, about affordable counselling.
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