Setbacks happen, and are nothing to beat yourself up about. A few weeks ago I went to the DMV (always a bad experience where I live) and my daughter didn't bring an original document she needed that I told her to bring. It was a terrible day, wind, rain, just super gloomy. I lost it, got upset and cried on the way back home (feeling mad/sorry for myself at this stupid illness and the lack of resilience it seems to create), then talked to my therapist who gave me good advice. No point in being upset about being upset, just take some time, calm down and try again. We did so and got the task done. It was a rough day, but there have been many good days since then (and a few not so great but not as bad as that one so far). Its a moment, it will pass, and real life stress has a way of worsening anxiety especially when one is still feeling fragile. If you feel you need to see your pdoc or a therapist sooner rather than later because of added stress, seems to me that this is a good idea, sometimes we need more support than we thought we would.