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    Re: Decreased urination - kidney failure

    Not diagnosed, nope, but heartburn's definitely heartburn. I generally just wait for it to go away.

    I like most spicy stuff, to be honest; I do enjoy sweet chilli sauce but I also enjoy the kickier varieties. Some years my husband grows ultrahot chillies on our kitchen windowsill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueIris View Post
    Not diagnosed, nope, but heartburn's definitely heartburn. I generally just wait for it to go away.

    I like most spicy stuff, to be honest; I do enjoy sweet chilli sauce but I also enjoy the kickier varieties. Some years my husband grows ultrahot chillies on our kitchen windowsill.
    Sounds cool, my brother makes homemade pickled chillies - not the very hot types, but a nice kick. Lovely with like avocado on toast, or with a tagine etc.

    Do you get other symptoms with it like my stomach fullness, nausea and burping? Or just the heartburn?

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    Sometimes I get all of these, yes, but it doesn't freak me out. I'm overweight and far too given to eating at my desk.
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    Re: Decreased urination - kidney failure

    I can't stop panicking today. I've just been running my hands through my hair at my desk a few times. Looked down and there were like 10 hairs on my desk!!!! What is going on with my body? I'm verging on a major anxiety phase again about all these symptoms now, I just want to get along with my life.

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    There's nothing happening to your body, you're just being hypervigilant and seeing danger where no danger exists.
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    Re: Decreased urination - kidney failure

    Quote Originally Posted by MrLurcher View Post
    What is going on with my body?
    Just the physical reaction to the stress you subject it to. To get to the point of obsessive self checking behaviors and literally counting hairs? You have to have some inkling that the behaviors and reactions are the real issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishmanpa View Post
    Just the physical reaction to the stress you subject it to. To get to the point of obsessive self checking behaviors and literally counting hairs? You have to have some inkling that the behaviors and reactions are the real issue.

    Positive thoughts
    Well let's just hope the CBT comes through, struggling to fight this by myself at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrLurcher View Post
    Well let's just hope the CBT comes through, struggling to fight this by myself at the moment.
    Or try free online CBT and help yourself http://cbt4panic.org/
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrLurcher View Post
    Well let's just hope the CBT comes through, struggling to fight this by myself at the moment.
    Why not do something constructive and positive and download the FREE CBT offered here? Work on the modules as opposed to dwelling in negativity and fear and posting for reassurance.

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    Great minds and all that...
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