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... i am a bit at sea as to what is wrong, and how to treat it. during my admission to hosp they reduced my meds back down to 75mg efexor daily so i am dealing with withdrawal symptoms too. ... (6 replies)
... I'm not a doctor, but from what you've described, it's possible you could have chronic fatigue syndrome. As far as your anger is concerned, that is not a sole indicator of having bipolar. One must also experience hypomania (mild mania) or mania (severe full blown mania) in addition to severe depression. There is a mild form of bipolar called cyclothymia which results... (8 replies)
... half before I was diagnosed with Asperger's. ... (5 replies)

... Adison - you sound like my twin! I too am a raging cleaner. This has calmed down a bit since my dx and starting meds. I currently take lamictal and adderall, it is a wierd combo, but it is the only thing that works for me. It is hard to explain, but the combo helps slow me down and lift me up at the same time. With all the racing thoughts (thanks to ADD) about cleaning... (10 replies)
... Hi, I have not been posting lately, but this is what I was diagnosed with. I am having a hard time today with stuff at work, but I will write as soon as I can get my thoughts together:eek: (10 replies)
... So, I finally got the cyclothymia dx. I take lamictal daily, as well as celexa. I am also on Seroquel for sleep but am looking to get off of it because it makes me twitch at night. ... (10 replies)
... Oh yey! Look forward to posting with you!! ... (10 replies)
... I too have been diagnosed with Clyclothymia. I have some eating issues as well. I am on the run right now so I don't have time to write a ton. You have definitely come to the right place. ... (10 replies)
... to overeat. It helps control my appetite! Some people feel they loose weight on it. I'm not sure it does that for me. I suffer from an eating disorder as well as cyclothymia and OCPD. ... (4 replies)
... d be here only when her mood swings my way. I never know what is what, I never know when she is level, until she gets treatment I can never really tell whom I am dealing with. ... (6 replies)
~really bad day~
Oct 6, 2005
... a love for physiological psychology, having to deal with mental illness while also dealing with college...Not really the best way to have a bond, but hey, it's something, right? ... (9 replies)




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