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  1. gale

    Hi Gilly.... I think I have discussed this with you before. So worried about this burning skin which I have had for a few years. With me it all over.... my arms, legs, face, some areas of my back.  Drives me crazy and again it freaks me out about diseases. Dear God how long can so many symptoms persist. Been over 40 yrs.  Can you help me!!!! 

    1. gale


      Hope everything is ok Gilly!!! 

  2. Gilly

    UPDATE from me

    That is really, really great to hear Diane. I am very happy for you! Thank you for coming back to update us. We need more of these types of posts as we all know factually, there are millions of people who are living happy, healthy lives and Dr Google failed
  3. Gilly

    Physical Sickness as the Main Side Effect

    Does the thought of actually vomiting when you are out even more anxiety inducing? Emetophobia I became agoraphobic over a constant feeling of nausea which was a continuous vicious cycle. I'm 'complicated' it was all related to PTSD but yes this is quite common
  4. gale

    Hi Gilly. I have been on this site for sometime. I just need someone to talk to about my anxiety and I like your way of helping others. Not accepting that all my symptoms are caused by anxiety. Feel like my doctors have misdiagnosed me. If you could reply to me please. Not feeling well at all. Thank you.

    1. gale


      Any response to this.....hoping you received my message.

    2. Gilly


      Hi gale so sorry for the late response, I've been really busy and I managed to lock myself out of my email address too. 

      I know it's difficult to accept but that is what will set you free, baby steps. One day at a time. Stay away from google, keep a diary or your symptoms, factually disease gets worse and you would get sicker, anxiety can play all kinds of tricks on you and is clever and sneaky. Keep a diary of symptoms, and how you feel. Take note of the patterns and remember trust the professionals, they know what they are doing, ANXIETY causes the doubts. 

    3. gale


      Thanks Gilly.  Everything you say is true and I do try so hard to accept this as being anxiety. But when those symptoms return I panic and say no way is this anxiety.  But if I could talk with you I would really appreciate it.  Thanks for listening.  😋

  5. Gilly

    Leg pain...concerned!

    Hi Thrufaith As someone who has an autoimmune disease and is also a 46 year old women I will tell you HORMONES! They only need to be a little out of whack to cause so much distress. Oh boy have my legs throbbed and hurt at times, knees, thighs, shins, you name it... and I know 100% it’s not autoimmune because my last flare was in 2005! Pregnancy and being a new Mum is huge on your mind and body, go easy on yourself. Try epsom salt baths !
  6. Hi Gilly,

    Been a long time since I have spoken with you but I am in a bad spot right now. Just wanted some help. Can't believe I feel so nervous and afraid.

  7. Gilly

    Anyone been through a medical crisis?

    Far too many times to mention. In my experience you handle it, you don't have time or energy to be anxious. If you are going to suffer psychological effects, it will come later. Again in my experience
  8. Hey hun, yes oh my yes I used to have this every day too. 100% stress and tension. Keep at the massage and relaxation tapes, have you got any epsom salts? I'm certain having epsom salt baths is what helped with my tension and burning sensations, it would start to come back if I ran out of salts. Might be worth a try? Magnesium spray can help too
  9. That's great Holls! Have you not seen this beast of a list?
  10. Gilly


    Very common, and it can get super crazy the older you get, oy! I'll be 46 at the end of the month and I just got my period, on day 18 of my cycle. It happened once last year, and it happened in January. In between it goes back to normal. I had to go running into town for some 'products' because I wasn't prepared. Fun times, NOT!
  11. The wax like substance is definitely the suppository, 100% Before I had my colon removed I had anal stretches and I had to insert metronidazole suppositories every night. I hated it, mainly because of the greasy, waxy icky stuff that would come out when I went for a BM The blood is explainable by a hemmy and also a fissure, those peksy things can really bleed and constipation and straining can open a healing one up quite easy. Trust your doctors
  12. Gilly

    Aortic Aneurysm, for real...ugh.

    I'm so very sorry to hear you are going through this but I absolutely LOVE your attitude towards it! I'm a survivor of a few major surgeries myself, they came before the anxiety for me, for the most part but they definitely still motivate me forward. The very best of luck, I have great admiration and trust in surgeons I'm sure it will all go well and then you can recuperate and thrive.
  13. Gilly

    What happened to Anxiety Zone?

    It was a crazy time intro! I remember chatting and seeing you about on AZ. GG banned any talk of anyone who was banned, my name for some reason was censored, as was Teeps. I literally did nothing wrong at all but was just cut off along with others. I went to bed a member, woke up banned and Teeps had created a new site and put it in my name. I never wanted, or intended to leave AZ. I think it's ridiculous to be honest, how he didn't allow use of other sites or talk of them. Like the internet isn't HUGE. It became evident what was going on when about 30 members were banned annually, and they would trickle in and explain what happened, all too familiar. He was controlling the flow of membership for cost purposes. Not the worst thing in the world, just when your members suffer anxiety and can rely on it, it seems a bit sucky.
  14. Gilly

    Really kind of out there now, Sporadic Fatal Insomnia?

    I have just had/having a bout too which is very unlike me. Must be something in the air, maybe the weather changes or the unrest going on in the world. We're sensitive souls us anxiety sufferers, I think logically it's perfectly understandable but oh don't we have to jump to some drastic scenario? Yup! lol
  15. Gilly

    Re-posted as no replies :-(

    Trust them Maddy, believe them, they did not miss a tumour or anything. Don't underestimate what muscle tension can cause, the pain, tingling, numbness and burning, twitching and more. It can all be tension/posture which anxiety can really cause. Blood tests wouldn't miss bone cancer either. If you can't get a massage try soaking in epsom salt baths. I've been there, I had awful upper back pain, twitching and burning and all kinds of crazy. Epsom salt baths, and swimming helped me a lot.