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... I was diagnosed bipolar eleven years ago after I suffered from depression. ... (4 replies)
... I'm there with you. Its the reason I finally reached out and searched for a support system. I also tried going off could turkey and within a week, I had a mild panic attack. I'm surprised I lasted as long as I did. ... (5 replies)
... I am on Lamictal and Zoloft and have been very happy. Still have a few yucky times here and there but overall SO much better than I have been in the past. I've never really been a jealous person but have lately been uncontrollably jealous and insecure. ... (4 replies)

... they separated when I was nine and the divorce was final when I was twelve. It was when I was ten that I found out about Ray, hence Mom's worries that I just wanted a "new" dad. ... (383 replies)
... I relize everyone is different and my doctor told me i was not stable until the meds were completly working. ... (383 replies)
... I was dx'ed depressed at fourteen and a few months later, at fifteen, I was dx'ed Bipolar when Zoloft threw me over the metaphoric manic edge. ... (383 replies)
... I appreciate all everyone's said about my perserverance and all, but I honestly believe you're only as strong as a situation dictates you be. I think that I am what I am because I have to be, not because I choose to be. ... (383 replies)
... r, however, you didn't say whether the meds have improved your quality of life. My daughter has been on quite a few meds....first she was treated for depression and was on Celexa and Zoloft...she gained weight on the Zoloft. They had also tried abilify but she was hypersensitve to that one,.... ... (2 replies)
... Don't let the depression win. It tricks you into thinking you can't handle it anymore and that road leads to the hospital. You don't have to do that. And you don't have to accept the things people say about your diagnosis and its effects. ... (13 replies)
... and still feel tired and groggy during the day? ... (8 replies)
... Insulin resistance, and suffer PMS. In trying to figure out why year after year I kept feeling worse and worse... ... (55 replies)
... Hi, Im new to this, but not to bipolar, I have 2 children, a son 24 and a daughter 14 who are both bipolar and on meds. ... (2 replies)
... improved my overall mood. I dont feel depressed nearly as much as i did. Just to let you know also I have been on the meds for about 2 months or so. I feel good and pretty confident. I kind of feel like i am someone else sometimes and looking out of a different body or something. I dont know if that makes any sense to you. ... (6 replies)
... Finally I went to PDoc after months of suffering and he prescribed me Seroquel and Zoloft. He told me to try the Seroquel first. ... (0 replies)
... Your OB is uneducated & worried about lawsuits. I have been pregnant 2x & on meds & my kids are perfect. There are alot of meds you can take, you just are considered a little higher risk & maybe go see a perinatologist to be monitored more closely along with ur OB. There is a benefit to risk ratio when deciding whether to d/c meds. I know if I'm off my meds, I'm dangerous,... (4 replies)
... Hi, everyone! I was recently diagnosed with Bipolar II and while I'm happy that I finally have answer to why I behave and think the way I do, I am also scared. ... (2 replies)
... If you don't mind my asking, does he have bipolar or major depression? ... (50 replies)
... meds was Xyprexa, he didn't warn me about the weight issue. Nothing got better except the suicidal urges weren't as extreme. I read Kay Redfield Jamisons book and was wondering why he didn't have me on Lithium, so he wrote out a prescription to add to my cocktail mix of growing meds. ... (12 replies)
... that bipolar is not diagnosed if mania is caused by illicit drugs. ... (24 replies)
... Yes BP meds can cause addiction in and of themselves. I recently had to come off of Zoloft after 7 yrs of use, and the withdrawals were not fun. Now I am weaning off of Cymbalta and so far it hasn't to be to bad, but my pdoc is doing it very slow. ... (1 replies)




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