Now, this is from personal experience, but your events do sound as if you are in an overreactive stage that can trigger anxiety because you seem to like to be in control of your situation and these events are creating anxiety in you. If you are in a clean state physically, and it seems so, then I might suggest that you consider some professional intervention so you can identify your triggers and learn to manage them. Anxiety brain combines events in many strange ways. You mention that you have a good relationship with your girlfriend, but feel that it could be better . . . could this be playing on your mind and causing your little panic attacks? . . . something that you might not be able to control? I don\t know . . . .the butterflies in the stomach are not unusual as the brain and the gut are interconnected and I will often have flocks of butterflies in the stomach during anxiety or even low grade anxiousness . . . and the fatigue, well, that is also a symptom of anxiety because often anxiety brain does not allow reality brain to shut down even during sleep and if you have not been sleeping, well, that could account for the fatigue. If you do decide to take lorazpam, be cautious because even 1 mg when you have not been sleeping will definitely help you to sleep, but you may be a zombie for a good part of the next day which is what happened to me several years ago . . . .now, I only took the equivalent of three 1 mg tablets (1 tablet the first night and four half tablets on the succeeding four nights) so my experience may not be typical . . .
But, if you are not "good" tomorrow, do consider a chat with a therapist to see if you might have some beginning stages of anxiety and, if it is only fatigue, then let us know so we can be happy for you . .. if not, come back as often as you wish . . . .take care, KC