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Death Anxiety
Hi, Myself Sonali. I have been taking anti depressants for about 9months. Due to unavailability of the doctor I am able to get the medicines as I don't have his resent prescription. He had given me Frisium 5. I have stopped talking medicines for a month. I started fearing again. Does the discontinuation affect badly? What should I do? I can control myself to a great extent. But need to distract myself. I am having death anxiety more. How can I come out of that? Is it very dangerous or harmful? There are many questions in my mind.
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Frisium is a drug to control anxiety, but not an antidepressant. In case you are having symptoms of fear & anxiety, you surely need to see a mental health professional. You might be helped with medication as well psychological treatment (therapy). Dont worry if you have a lot of questions in your mind. A qualified mental health professional is patient enough to listen to all your questions and provide you help.
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If your previous doctor isn't available, see another psychiatrist in order to restart medication as per requirement
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It's better to start or stop any medicine pertaining to psychiatry with consultation of a psychiatrist.
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Frisium helps in anxiety temporarily from outside but it doesn't work on root. You need better medicine for such problem and also need some therapy to correct your faulty thinking pattern. As you have many questions in your mind these should be discussed in detail with a psychiatrist then only a proper treatment can be planned. For any psychiatrist to reach on conclusion it requires detail history and evaluation. So please consult a psychiatrist for better treatment plan. All the best
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