Our expert says:
This all sounds very unpleasant and worrying, I agree, but is not really a question for a psychiatrist like me. In that the basic problems of your illness, and its effects, and the effects of the various combinations of drugs, is the primary problem. Of course you feel anxious about what has been happening. Azor is a sedative-tranquillizer, which might help the anxiety and sleep. But if one takes it for more than a few weeks, one can get dependent on it, and you need to come off it gradually rather than suddenly. Counselling is usually a better way of handling such anxiety if it is excesive or unrealistic.
But isn't it a second opinion from an internist that you most need now ?
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