After suffering from what I could only call a nervous breakdown nearly 3 years ago I have been plagued with constant throbbing nerves in my stomach and mouth region including the nose nerve. These sensations become much worse with feelings of fearfullness or panic. I have been living with this condition and hoping it would pass for a long period, but to no avail. My specialist prescribes me valium which helps temporarily and says that I am not in touch with my fearfull feelings i.e. that I just need to 'get in touch with my feelings' and the sensations will pass-but this isn't working and I am beginning to think that I'm suffering from some sort of permanent nerve damage. Can anyone help?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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