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Does depression give you physical symptoms?

Lee

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Sometimes when I feel really depressed, it can bring on physical symptoms. I often get lethargy and body aches and pains when I am at my most depressed.
 
Sometimes when I feel really depressed, it can bring on physical symptoms. I often get lethargy and body aches and pains when I am at my most depressed.
Yes for sure, I get chest pains if I get super depressed. And I have had a stress test on my heart and its fine. My Dr said I need to tray and not get stressed because I am damaging my heart.
 
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