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Bipolar disorder
Feb 8, 2008
... does bipolar disorder ever go away? ... (5 replies)
... Does bipolar ever go away? ... (11 replies)
... IT DOES NOT EVER GO AWAY!!! It may get better with Meds. The med's usually have to be readjusted as well. ... (3 replies)

... YES & YES this has been an issue with me and the wife for years. I or she did not know. I would tell anyone whom I was prepared to marry about the illness. (11 replies)
... and the disease will not go away. ... (11 replies)
... Absolutely yes. Dating is one thing. But I always knew that I would need to tell a guy if I sensed that things were getting more serious. So that he could decide whether he wanted to deal with my disease before he fell too deeply in love. It's only fair to give people information like this before going into something as life-changing as marriage. But you'll enjoy... (11 replies)
... cated throughout their lifetime, they will experience more severe manic episodes as a result. Such was the case with me. My tdoc and pdoc think I've had atypical bipolar I disorder with rapid cycling ever since my early 20s given my symptomatology. ... (10 replies)
... So heres the thing.... My girlfriend was diagnosed with bipolar when she was 13 or 14 or so after her dad died in Iraq. ... (3 replies)
... ndiagnosed. I went to the Pdoc when hubby threatened to leave me because my mood was so out of control, I was suicidal and lots of other things. Diagnosed with Bipolar disorder 1 and have been on numerous medications since then. ... (4 replies)
... No, Bipolar disorder does not go away as far as mental health professions are concerned. Sometimes, with the right meds, the symptoms can be lessened. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, My name is Tonya and I just got diagnosed with Tardive Dyskinesia and Phychogenic Movement Disorder on top of my other illnesses that include Bipolar, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Dissociative Disorder, OCD. ... (4 replies)
... ew pdoc. He seems to be a REALLY good one. He has taken the time to really talk to me and try to figure out what's really going on. I think he may believe I have Bipolar disorder. When I had a bad response to Symbyax and called him, I requested Prozac instead. ... (0 replies)
... ounds like your meds are not doing the job for you. Just from what you described it sounds like you new a higher dose of Lamictal or a second mood stabilizer to go along with it. 50mg is not a high dose and you clearly are still unstable. All the irritability you feel is a sign of mania. ... (7 replies)
... This whole thing is so scary and for the first time today I wondered when the pain of it would go away. It's as if Erin wants me to hurt as much as she does and the thing is I do but twice as much. I have lost her to this disorder and then have to go through the painful words she throws my way. ... (685 replies)
... Polar disorder and alcoholism are no excuse for violence towards anyone, let alone someone you love. ... (1 replies)
... Okay, you have Bipolar and so does your son.... ... (13 replies)
... Hello, I'm new to this site, not new to dealing with bipolar family members. ... (1 replies)
... I am Bipolar 2 and was diagnosed 3 years ago. ... (6 replies)
... I know that this is alot to go through and getting as much support as you can is important for both you and your daughter!!! When was your daughter first diagnosed and treated? ... (19 replies)
Persona non grata
Nov 13, 2007
... I did not, at any time, mean borderline personality disorder and I have never even heard of it. I hate having words put in my mouth by others. ... (25 replies)


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