Thank you doctor,
I do not feel depressive. I feel frustrated when I cannot do anything I want to do, like studying or talking to others. I suffer from a patulous eustachian tube condition in my right ear for the last two years, and I also had the same condition in my left ear for four years when I was from 16 to 20 and from 20 to 24. I had a heaviness in my ear, for which I had surgery. Currently, symptoms occur intermittently throughout the day or some days symptomless.
When I am not facing the ear symptoms, I feel happy and feel like doing things and feel excited, but when I actually start to do those things, I feel fear and anxiety coming back, and then I feel frustrated. But when I have ear condition symptoms, I do not feel like doing anything and feel very fearful and anxious even if I am not doing anything and just lying in bed.
I do not feel hungry, but I always feel like eating something. Concentrating on studies feels very hard. If I keep reading the same text repeatedly, I still won't remember what I read just after it. The understanding of simple text feels very hard. I do not have a thyroid disorder. I feel very fearful and anxious when interacting with others.
I feel to stay aloof when I feel symptoms of my ear problem. Otherwise, I feel like getting involved in social activities. Social events feel very scary when I am part of them. I do not have any suspicious thoughts. I do not have any close friends, only acquaintances. I struggle to fall asleep at night and wake up late in the morning.