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When should I call the doctor about my anxiety?

If you have anxiety, call or go to the doctor or clinic if:
  • You think treatment isn't working
  • You have bad side effects from your medicine
  • You want to stop treatment
  • You are thinking of hurting yourself or others
  • You think things would be better if you were dead

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