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    bmones69
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    Hello. My name is Nick. I had TMS done roughly 6-7 years ago. I was one of the first to have it done in my State. It was the worst mistake of my life. As soon as the treatments were over, I started experiencing severe anxiety. I mean the anxiety was so bad it made my teeth chatter and I couldn’t get out of bed. The only relief I got was when I laid on my stomach. It was so bad I went to the Mayo Clinic. They had no answers because the procedure was so new. I called Neurostar and they had no answers. The anxiety was ten times worse while taking an antidepressant which I needed because the TMS did do a thing for my depression. 7 years later and I still can’t take an antidepressant without my anxiety going through the roof. I’ve always had anxiety, but never this physical type of anxiety. Mine was more about obsessive thinking. This procedure cost me my marriage and family. My wife divorced me because of this. I had to go on disability because of this procedure. I can’t come close to working. I have to take 40mgs of Valium to touch the anxiety that TMS created 7 years ago. It caused permanent brain damage. I tried contacting attorneys to sue but nobody would take my case. Please DO NOT DO TMS!!! It ruined my life. I can’t wait for the class action lawsuit for the damage it did to me.

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    sunnybrook
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    I am so sorry that this happened to you! That must be awful!

    #33865

    bmones69
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    It ruined my life. I lost my wife and kids and had to go on disability. I know there’s others out there who have had similar experiences as me. I’m still not able to work because of the damage this procedure did to me. The anxiety is crippling. I Can barely leave the house. I can’t wait for the class action lawsuit to come out on this dreadful procedure.

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