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nervous wind, as soon as it starts it justs continues

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i take anti-depressants and anti-psychotic medication. my problem is nervous wind, as soon as it starts it justs continues, i try my best to hold it in but i become so nervous about it that it justs seems to come out. i cannot smell anything at all but people who sit behind me on the bus can and when the giggling starts thats when i just want to curl up and die. as soon as i get home, it stops, it starts when i am in a queue in the supermarket, anywhere where there are other people. this condition started when i was 18 years old. i've never been able to talk to anybody about this. people have mocked me for it for years, some to my face, some behind my back. it stopped for about 10 years and my confidence soared but for the last 3-4 years it has started up again. i am not taken seriously by the doctors, the fear and nerves are so intense. i can't take much more of being a laughing stock.

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replied November 17th, 2016
Acid Reflux Answer A59442
Hello and welcome
Your concern is appreciated
Your problem can be related to your anxiety and social phobias as nervous system can effect your GIT very badly,it can be the side effects of the drugs you are taking.if you are able to manage your anxiety and phobia hopefully this problem can be resolved.

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