|I'm A Spoon etc
Dec 4, 2002
Thank-you for taking both the time and trouble to answer my question.
I apologise for any naivety on my part for asking such a seemingly illogical question, but the fear, helped in no small part by a genuine lack of medical knowledge can play funny tricks on one's mind.
Once again, thank-you for your kind consideration and comments. You are amaze me with your sincerity and genuine concern for those around you.
Response from Dr. Frascino
You are most welcome! Spoony, don't feel you're loony just for asking the question! You are correct that anxiety and fear can play very strange tricks on one's mind. Stay well Spoony.
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