I found that this website (and the people here) were extremely instrumental in my tackling how to better process my health anxiety and come into a phase of recovery. I think there can be different levels or stages of "recovery" at a place like this, so if you aren't making progress, perhaps you could consider not having it be a part of your plan.
For example -
Level 1 - HA sufferer uses online message board mostly for ruminating on fears and venting anxiety. He or she may spout dramatic posts, such as, "I'm dying this time I just know it!!" Support and reassurance is given from others, but the H.A. sufferer is unable to reduce anxiety from those attempts. He or she is in the same state of anxiety (or worse) upon entering and leaving the site. And makes no progress over a long course of time.
Level 2 - HA sufferer uses online support group to share fears and find reassurance. He or she gets reassurance and guidance from others, and feels a little better temporarily, but often comes back starting from the same state of anxiety. The website is an aid for temporary anxiety management, but not anxiety-recovery.
Level 3 - HA sufferer uses the online support group to share fears and concerns and look for reassurance and also seeks to reassure others and give tips on how others might deal with their anxiety better. This is a give and take process and teaches the H.A. sufferer to begin thinking about health anxiety more objectively by responding to others and thinking more with the rational/objective mind and less with the emotional mind. This is the beginning of recovery.
Level 4 - HA sufferer rarely needs to find reassurance on the website, and uses more energy to help others not only find reassurance, but also find ways to combat H.A.. This person finds ways to reassure him or herself by practicing good mental habit restraint (like no googling, no self-checking, and rational thinking) and good rational thinking to respond to his or her thoughts. This person is in a state of recovery.
I feel that I started out at a level 1 before I first joined this website, and worked my way all the way up to a level 4 while I was here. If you are stagnant and stuck at a certain level and not making progress, you may want to consider finding other means of solutions for dealing with H.A. But if you use this place in a way that helps you to learn better ways to tackle your H.A. on your own and gain better rational thought processes, then I think it might be okay to stay. But, consider what your doctor/therapist says... Even if you leave for a while and decide to come back, nothing has to be permanent and set in stone... you could try it out as an experiment...