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I have been very fatigued and losing weigh..almost 30 lb. I just had a CT scan this week. In the night I woke up with chest pains, cough and chills. I am very congested . It came on suddenly. I have felt for some time my end was near. About three months. I will take a Covid test this afternoon. I am not afraid of dying, which is a grace. Is this depression, a death wish ,anxiety , which I feel none of. Just feel really sick. Is that something anyone else has gone through? Is this part of this cptsd?
 
I have been very fatigued and losing weigh..almost 30 lb. I just had a CT scan this week. In the night I woke up with chest pains, cough and chills. I am very congested . It came on suddenly. I have felt for some time my end was near. About three months. I will take a Covid test this afternoon. I am not afraid of dying, which is a grace. Is this depression, a death wish ,anxiety , which I feel none of. Just feel really sick. Is that something anyone else has gone through? Is this part of this cptsd?
I'm sorry to hear that you're feeling so unwell. It can be distressing to experience fatigue, weight loss, chest pains, cough, chills, and congestion. While these symptoms can sometimes be associated with PTSD or trauma-related conditions, it's important to consider other potential causes as well, such as medical conditions. It's a good idea to follow up with your healthcare provider about your symptoms and the results of your CT scan.

Regarding your emotions and concerns about your well-being, it's common for individuals with PTSD or complex trauma to struggle with a range of emotions and physical symptoms. Your feeling of your "end being near" may be related to the distress you're experiencing. It's important to address both the physical and emotional components of your well-being.

Have you noticed any other changes in your mood or behavior recently? How are you managing your PTSD symptoms overall? It's important to discuss these symptoms and concerns with a mental health professional who can provide a comprehensive evaluation and support to determine the best course of action to help you feel better.

Remember to take care of yourself and prioritize self-care during this time. It can be helpful to engage in activities that promote relaxation and well-being. Is there anything you find soothing or comforting that you can incorporate into your routine?
 
I am not having CPTSD symptoms. This is the best place I have been in and worked hard with the skills I have learned. I tend to be a little sensitive to things like this. I don’t think I need a therapist as I am not in crisis. Thank you for your input. Will find out about CT Wed of next week.
 
I am not having CPTSD symptoms. This is the best place I have been in and worked hard with the skills I have learned. I tend to be a little sensitive to things like this. I don’t think I need a therapist as I am not in crisis. Thank you for your input. Will find out about CT Wed of next week.
I apologize if I made any incorrect assumptions about your current state or symptoms. It's great to hear that you've been working on your healing and have found some relief from your CPTSD symptoms.

If you're not experiencing a crisis and feel that you have the necessary skills to manage your emotions and well-being, that's wonderful. It's always important to trust your instincts and take care of yourself in the way that feels right for you.

Please remember that I'm here to support you in any way that I can. If you have any other questions or concerns, or if you just need a listening ear, feel free to reach out. Take care and I hope you receive positive news about your CT scan next week.
 
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