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Answered by: Dr Sri Viknarajan
I am a woman in my 30s. I have high blood pressure (at least every time I am feeling unwell and go for a checkup, the reading is high) but I always dismiss it as a result of the nature of my job. I also have a bit of an anxiety problem. I took the DSSA (is it?) survey more than once and every time my result says severe anxiety, mild depression. I’m not sure how to follow up with the information I’ve got.
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Your issues are manageable. You need to see a doctor, you can speak with us personally, or see a psychiatrist. Mental illnesses are just like other diseases. There should not be any stigma. You need to take action. We doctors will do our best to help you.
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