How Many On Anti-Anxiety Medication Because of Their PA (Children or Adults)?

Posted on: Fri, 12/30/2005 - 4:01am
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This question stems from a comment that was made in another thread.

How many people here have PA children that have had to have anti-anxiety medication prescribed to them solely because of their child's PA? How many PA adults have had to have anti-anxiety medication prescribed solely because of their PA?

My son (10) has certainly had his anxious times re his PA, but he has never reached the point where I would ever consider medication for him. The times when he has been anxious specific to PA only have seemed to have been fleeting. Or, when I posted about the specific situation(s) here, it turned out that many people thought that his reaction at the time, was quite *normal*.

I know that this is a difficult, personal question to answer. But I did find the other comment I read something I wanted to explore because I, personally, hadn't read about a lot of children on anti-anxiety meds because of their PA, but that doesn't necessarily mean anything, KWIM?

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