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I am not a medical professional and would not be able to give you medical advice.
From speaking with numerous physicians, one of the red flags of abuse is when a patient asks for a specific medication rather than asking for help with a condition or specific symptoms. In addition, if you have explained to doctors that you took this medication without having a prescription, they would certainly be cautious about giving you a prescription.
Are you talking with doctors and asking for medication and not seeking treatment for anxiety?
My suggestion would be to focus less on a specific medication and seek help for managing your symptoms of anxiety. Doctors may be more helpful if they are confident you are seeking medical help.
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