Well I think its been a month and a half since being on the zoloft. Overall I’ve been pretty good, no real anxiety that I can tell (more on that). Yesterday though woke up with it and was a bit intense in the morning and same this morning. Like most times I’m not sure what triggered it. There are a few things I guess it could be. For one it started to warm up agin, in the low 90s and is supposed to be that way for the week. I tell my self thats not bad and I’ll been in AC most of the time. Family has been away for over a week now and that tends to ramp it up, but it normal starts right after they leave and they are going to be home tomorrow. I did have my endoscopy coming up this week but ended up pushing it off till next week. The situation with the wife’s job has been resolved as well so I’m just not sure. Its been awhile so was hard yesterday to go through coping methods so I just took a lorazepam 🙁
Back to the ‘no anxiety that I can tell’ part. You see I have been having the muscle weakness in the upper arms and tension across the shoulders, and also in the legs at times. Before this used to accompany the other anxiety symptoms. Now for the most part I dont have the other symptoms just the weakness and general fatigue. One though I had was maybe the zoloft is just strong enough to keep the other symptoms at bay but not this. Other though is that it is a side effect from one of the meds. Lastly it could be related to the reflux or something else all together. I can function with it, I still do my walks and all but seem to need to take frequent brakes during the day to rest.
Also with that still have the asthma like feeling in the chest, sometimes pretty bad. I will be going to the doctors again to discuss this latest stuff. Was hoping to wait til after the endo, but may try for early next week before.
I know I sound like a hypochondriac, I tell myself that often.
Well after not eating much yesterday I actually fell hungry right now so I’m off to eat something and get some work done.
Hope all of you are doing well and staying anxiety free 🙂