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Medication advice
Sep 16, 2013
... I know that starting new meds is very hard. I have been tried on everything under the sun. I feel your pain. I am currently on Depakote 1500 mg and Seroquel 20mg and I take them every night since they make me sleepy. They have no noticeable side effects. ... (1 replies)
Medication advice
Jun 23, 2013
... Thank you for any input you have, I'm at a loss as to what to go with. My biggest fear is losing all sense of self and becoming a drone. ... (1 replies)
... I stopped taking both medications because I felt I could control my symptoms myself. I was off medication for approx. 1 year... I still felt the highs and lows, but I thought these were normal feelings that everyone experienced and did not want medication for them. ... (0 replies)

... of the recomended daily dosage, and no I don't know I don't know what mine is. I'm on Depakote for the mainia, Lexipro for depression, and ritalin for ADHD. I had a mainia spinner start 2 days ago and between my theripist and my shrink I was back on track by last night. ... (8 replies)
... I have been on 500mg Depakote ER for a couple of years. It keeps the mainia well in check. I also use 20mg of Lexipro for the depressive side. One other diagnosis that I have is ADHD. I use 30mg of a generic Ritalin called Methylin. ... (10 replies)
... He immediately, told me to stop taking the 300 mg of Wellbutrin and wrote a prescription for 150 mg pills. Depakote stayed at 1,000. ... (7 replies)
... I am now on 1,000 mg of Depakote 300 mg of Wellbutrin, for ADHD I cant stand neither stimulants nor Strattera, and 10 mg of Celexa and I, so far, I have not seen an improvement but it is not worse either. ... (4 replies)
... y to you. But what has really stopped my weight gain and has actually slowly brought me down to a healthy weight and stayed there, was being started on treatment for my ADHD symptoms. ... (12 replies)
... children. My daughter was diagnosed adha about 8years old. She was put on concerta to help her concentrate in school. But she had to see a psy doc and therapist for meds. Our family doc totally advised a psy doc. My brother 35yrs ago was diagnosed adhd too but the didnt take meds. ... (13 replies)
... Thanks for the posts guys! I don't know what I'd do if you guys weren't here!!! ... (9 replies)
... Llama I hope your feeling better today and not so stressed. I know it must be hard for you. Just letting you know I am thinking of you. ... (9 replies)
... just want to put my 2 cents in. My brothers two kids both have BP and ADHD so its hard for him to be a dad! ... (9 replies)
... t you discuss all of your concerns with your doc and research any and all meds that you take. Remember everyone reacts differently and you need to see what works for you. Maybe you should try keeping a journal of the meds you are taking, the amount, and how you feel. ... (9 replies)
... He told her that being an unmedicated bipolar is for worse for your health than the potential damage of any side effects from the drugs. ... (9 replies)
... God I really hate this I am really freaking out about this new med. I don't know if I should keep taking it or not. I'm so anxious about it. Weight gain and liver damage? I drink enough the way it is and diabetes runs in my family and I DON'T WANT TO GET THAT!!! :dizzy: Why do I have to worry so much about this? Should I even be worried? I can't tell and don't know what... (9 replies)
... Good luck with that. I was on depakote and gained a whopping 80 lbs!!! I also sustained thyroid damage so now I have an even harder time keeping my weight down. ... (9 replies)
... n choosing meds. I think you are wise to get the BP under control. I believe that will take care of the other problems. My son was the King of Racing Thoughts for a long time. It took 3 mood stabilizers to get all his symptoms under control. ... (9 replies)
... her everythihg you mentioned below. The more historical data they have, the easier it is for them to make the diagnosis and get you on the right meds. ... (15 replies)
... Uk is temporary! hubby is applying for US spouse visa as soon as we get me a job! or if he makes a little extra with commission... then I can go back to the docs I am used to and LOVE! ... (8 replies)
... Arricept is a drug prescribed for Alzheimer's disease. I haven't heard it used for bipolar disorder, but I guess anything is possible. Did you possibly confuse it with Abilify? ... (11 replies)


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