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... related is WHY he has the mood swings. Are the outbursts related to sensory issues? ... (1 replies)
... My son is now almost 17yrs old with Asperger. It has been a long time battle with the socialization. With me always feeling bad that he is up in his room by himself most of the time. My question is or maybe I just need some reassuring that I am doing the right thing. He was dating this girl for over 7 months. She is bi-polar. PLEASE do not get me wrong. This is in no way to... (12 replies)
Bipolar and autism
Jan 26, 2007
... occur, and it's discovered that it wasn't ADHD after all. I'm glad to hear that the Lamictal is helping him. It's a great medication. I take it for my Asperger's mood swings. It has helped me immensely. I can actually get through most days with being able to tolerate people! ... (5 replies)

Autism bipolar
Jan 8, 2007
... It depends WHY your child is having the mood swings to determine whether it's due to autism or bipolar disorder. ... (6 replies)
Prozac and Autism
Sep 21, 2006
... Yes, the SSRI's are used quite frequently in autistic spectrum disorders, due to the fact that obsessive behavior and rituals is thought to be due to low serotonin. SSRI's work for OCD, so they figured it would work for the ASD's, too, and many children have had success with them. As with many other neurobiological disorders, medication usually isn't enough- some sort of... (15 replies)
... only Klonopin can do that, which I got last summer. However, the medication that has helped me immensely is the mood stabilizer Lamictal. When the psychiatrist at my college prescribed Prozac, he also gave me Lamictal to help with my mood swings. ... (22 replies)
... fter all, I had two OCD breakdowns while on one. Anyway, this past November, the same time I got the Prozac, my college psychiatrist recommended that I go on the mood stabilizer Lamictal. ... (14 replies)
What's to come?
Jun 12, 2006
... Thanks for the explaintion of the mood swings you experience as a person with Asperger's as it relates to the type of mood swings of a Bipolar I or Bipolar II. ... (14 replies)
What's to come?
Jun 12, 2006
... me sink in the bathroom because it's being occupied by someone else already may cause feelings of anxiety, or more likely, anger. This leads to the outbursts and mood swings... They're usually screaming fits or tantrums that the child cannot control, and they only last for a short while. ... (14 replies)
What's to come?
Jun 12, 2006
... I know you have stated in past posts that you are not Bipolar. You have OCD and Asperger's. Could you summerize Asperger's as to it's symptoms and how the mood swings may or may not be simular to the mood swings in Bipolor Disoeder. Aslo,is there a relationship to OCD ? ... (14 replies)
What's to come?
Jun 12, 2006
... Hi, pddmother! I guess that I'm happy. I'm on the mood stabilizer Lamictal, which has greatly reduced my Asperger's mood swings and has made me much more calm. I was teased a lot in elementary school, up through sixth grade. ... (14 replies)


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