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... Does bipolar ever go away? ... (11 replies)
... does bipolar ever go away (10 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)
... 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)
... Um, I'm not sure I understand why someone posted "Bipolar goes away when you're manic"... no it doesn't! How could someone possibly say that? ... (11 replies)
... For those of you with bipolar is it hard to trust even more so than people who dont have bipolar? ... (11 replies)
... I would think that he is a narcissist, but he is too down on himself to ever be that. ... (11 replies)
... depression. if they arent then they should just get away from me. i dont think the depression or the manias bother them too much, just sometimes the irritability. i mean, i can get really bad... haha. ... (11 replies)
... s is to be selfish. He is the only one that makes him happy and he is glad for that. I though that I would be there for him through all this, but forget it, he does not want me. I have tried and tried to be there and to show I care but he is a brick wall with no emotions at all! ... (11 replies)
... theres no "cure" for manic-depression, though you can take meds to stay more stable. i hate how people make a big deal about telling people their manic-depressive, its not like your coming out to say "hey im gay". its a disease, just like cancer, accept this is of the mind. i prefer not to take any meds. though i'm extremely unpredictable, i find it better than being a zombie.... (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)
... No, it doesn't go away, but is it possible that she was just emotionally wrecked because of her dad's death and has recovered a bit from that? ... (3 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)
... Absolutely!!! Well put post, and I couldn't agree more. My husband is bi-polar, and that has always been a condition of our relationship, but it has never really been a problem. He knows how much better he feels and how much better his life is with the meds. Even though he has never stopped his meds, I worry, so we did talk about this once. He was hurt at first, saying... (11 replies)
... Personally I if I was the person without the disease, I would not have a relationship with me unless I was med compliant... Sorry, but it's like marrying a diabetic who won't take their insulin and destroys what is left of their eyesight, circulation, etc. :angel: (11 replies)
... My Neurologist wants me to go on a medication called Clozaril.. never heard of it but he told me that I would have to get blood work done every week as it messes with the white blood cells. ... (4 replies)
Bipolar disorder
Feb 8, 2008
... does bipolar disorder ever go away? ... (5 replies)


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