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  1. Hi guys, I’m so embarrassed to write this here, but I have no one else to talk to about it. I’ve googled a ton on the subject and know that the chances of getting pregnant from this are low but still need some reassurance. So on Saturday night my boyfriend and I were fooling around and he just put it in me a couple times for like 10 seconds and we stopped. I didn’t feel any precum and I’m one week away from my period which means I wasn’t even ovulating at that time. I’m still so worried about being pregnant. I can’t sleep, eat or do anything.
  2. Lol Jae it’s not normal. It’s very distracting in school and has been going on for so long. I’m going to the doctor tomorrow morning so hopefully she’ll recommend something that’ll help. I had a blood test in November and my magnesium was normal but my psychiatrist did recommend them for anxiety so I bought them. Maybe I’ll give that a try. Thanks.
  3. Yeah I’m usually good at ignoring them too but the fact that it’s been over a month scares me so much
  4. Lol I told you guys I’ll be back 😭 ugh every time I think I’m doing a little better, I get pulled back down. So my left eye has been twitching for about a month now and today my right eye started twitching too along with my back, stomach and legs. I’ve always had a fear of MS and it seems like everyday I have a new symptom that points to it. Numbness, tingling, twitches, and a while ago I kept limping but that went away so idk..
  5. I do! Mine is 15 and I take 5000 IU vitamin D3 daily. I have A LOT of symptoms but I honestly don’t know if they’re from that other something else. I have a lot of joint pain, muscle twitching, muscle pain, headaches and more
  6. You don’t have a brain tumor! I used to have headaches everyday for months and was convinced I had a brain tumor. It was from tensing up the muscles in my neck. I focused on staying relaxed and they went away.
  7. emma2

    Eye Floaters

    I do! Always have, but only started getting nervous about them recently. Anxiety making us fear everything! Don’t worry, it’s normal.
  8. Hello everyone, I came on here to spread some positivity since I’m feeling a lot better myself today. So first let me start off my saying that the last two weeks have been every hard for me. I’ve gone through fears of lymphoma to MS to ALS to other cancers and more. My body has been twitching (still is), aching, and tired. I have had tingling, numbness and lots of itching and rashes. So yes I’ve been through it all and I’m here to tell you that it gets better. I know that for many of us we have phases where we’ll get better, feel something small, catastrophize, and end up super anxious. Trust me I do it all the time. In order to feel less anxious and reduce these feelings I think it’s important to stop seeking reassurance. My psychiatrist explained this to me and it makes so much sense. Why do we google? To seek reassurance. Why? Bc at some point google might have eased your mind or having a friend tell you that they have that symptom made you feel better and now your brains been conditioned to seek that reassurance. When you do that in stressful situations you tell your brain that there is something threatening to worry about and it continues to happen. You become extremely self aware and now notice the small things (a little bruise, scratch, random mole). Ignore it. Don’t give your brain that reassurance and slow you’ll start to stop noticing these things or maybe you’ll notice them but they won’t cause panic or high anxiety. Also guys, be nice to yourselves. Don’t get mad when you feel anxious. It’s a normal human response. Accept it and let be. I know that’s easier said than done but through practice you’ll start to realize anxiety can be dealt with and you won’t always feel this way. Eat healthy, drink lots of water, exercise, see your pcp once a year, and do things that make you happy. Life’s to short to worry this much. I haven’t figured it all out yet and I know I’ll probably be back to read this sometime in the future myself, but slowly things will get better. And even if anxiety comes back, if you’ve kicked it’s ass one time you can do it again! ❤️❤️
  9. Hey guys, a little update. I saw my psychiatrist today and she thinks a lot of the symptoms I’m feeling could be from food intolerances (lactose and gluten primarily). She also talked a lot about how these intolerances can also have an impact on mental health, especially anxiety. I feel a lot more hopeful hearing that from her. Gonna be doing some testing to see if that’s truly the cause. If some of you are having chronic pain, muscles twitches, headaches, digestive problems, allergy symptoms and more maybe that’s something you can look into bc she mentioned all of those things.
  10. I’ve been good at ignoring it, but as the days pass on it makes me a little more nervous. I’ve had it for 3 weeks now. Combined with my joint pain that comes and goes, foot buzzing, and other weird stuff I can’t help but think MS.
  11. still twitching 🤦🏻‍♀️
  12. I know many people who had cysts that looked shady and unusual that turned out to be benign.
  13. Molly, I’m so sorry to hear you’re going through such a rough time. You’re being extremely strong through this all and hopefully it’ll all be turn out to be okay. Having to do only surgery to remove the cancer is a good sign! You will be okay and hopefully the cysts your girlfriend has are nothing as well. ❤️
  14. Yay so happy your twitching is gone! Yes it’s definitely from anxiety. I get those lil zaps too and I kind of get startled and have to itch or slap my leg or arm lol.