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Hello Dr. I am female and 24 years old. I am suffered from chronic anxiety vomiting and nausea. I went to several pysiacharistic they gave me epirax, fluoxetine, and promethazine. But I didn't work out. And I can't eat at public places without vomiting or feel nausea. What shall I do? And what are causes of this? I need you help on how to overcome this! thanks!

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I understand that your anxiety and its symptoms vis-a-vis nausea and vomiting have not been adequately treatable. I also understand that this can be a source of extreme frustration for you which can increase your anxiety and related symptoms. I believe that the medications did not work out for many reasons, and strongly think that unexplored symptoms in the physical or emotional realm either in the past or about the future has something to do with your recurrent anxiety. Therefore therapy in the form of counseling is strongly suggested. Cyclical vomiting syndrome (cvs) can also be treated with medications and we can certainly help in this regard. Look forward to hearing from you. If you need help with booking an appointment online with me on this website either text, audio, or video appointment for a confidential and private consultation you may do so by contacting the help desk of Lybrate.
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Hello friend, good that you are seeking a help here. Just be aware that our mind and body are very closely interconnected. Means, any small emotional disturbance due to anxiety or stress can easily affect the normal functioning of body to cause sleeplessness, constipation, nervousness, headaches, lack of appetite, palpitations, body pain and many more. We call this as psychosomatic disorders..in your cases, your anxious or overwhelming thoughts or fear is influencing your digestive system to cause such symptoms. So rather addressing symptoms, it's better to treat the root cause to get permanent relief. Be positive. Medicine are just one part of any psychic treatments like anxiety. It needs few non medicine treatment in parallel to manage or control or avoid or divert such anxious or worrying thought. Consult a psychologist directly or online to assess your both physical and mental suitation and symptoms in details to recommend solution like psychotherapy or mindset changes techniques, relaxation techniques, dietary changes, few lifestyle changes, along with counseling support. Be positive. You will be alright soon. Feel free reach me online or through Lybrate chat for further evaluation and recommendation.
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Go for Psychotherapy. Cognitive behaviour therapy is one of the best ways to deal with anxiety.
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