Hello,I have just been accepted to an LPN program. I have been thinking of attending nursing school for several years and have finally taken the first step. I am in my 40s and am a very cautious person. I like to be well prepared and do not want to harm anyone. I find myself very drawn to nursing, and love to take care of people, but find this at odds with my anxiety about making a mistake and hurting someone, particularly with medications. My thought is that working as an LPN in a doctor's office setting might be the most feasible for me considering these worries. My deposit for school is due in a few weeks and I am trying to decide if I can really be a nurse without worry consuming me. I will be very disappointed not to pursue nursing, and I don't want fear to prevent me from doing something great, but I also don't want to place myself in a situation which will make me unhappy and anxiety ridden. I had trouble sleeping last night trying to reason this out and I don't want this to be the case every night in the future. Any advice on how to proceed and does the choice of LPN in a doctor's office sound like a good one considering these worries? Did you have these worries and how have things gone for you as a nurse? Thank you very much for your help!