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... 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, sadly it does not. With treatment it can get to a point where you have few episodes with mild severity, but it will never just go away. ... (10 replies)
... I was diagnosed by a professional psychiatric doctor at an MHMR clinic in my city as being bipolar amongst other diseases such as panic disorder and agoraphobia. I had those diseases for five years. I wasn't on medications and in therapy for most of that time. ... (10 replies)

... does bipolar ever go away (10 replies)
... If you have been diagnosed with Bipolar it is essential that you understand that it is a life long illness with no cure. ... (10 replies)
... God knows we allll wish that it would, but unfortunately no it doesn't. Without treatment BiPolar does get worse with age, especially for women, and once again unfortunately this is a proven fact. ... (10 replies)
... At this time, bipolar is considered a chronic mental illness that has no cure. Medications and therapy can help to reduce symptoms. ... (10 replies)
... No, but there is evidence to suggest that untreated bipolar may worsen over time--leading to more episodes and less time between episodes. Treatment is key. That said, it is manageable if treated, and you can live a normal life with bipolar. (10 replies)
... Unfortunately not,I wish it was,It's definately an on going battle in my life.With medication and therapy,you will become more content.I know for a fact,that scientist came up with a cure for depression with surgery,but I wouldn't want to try that for Bipolar,I'll just deal with it heh (10 replies)
... No, unfortunately not, BiPolar Disorder is a Chemical Imbalance in the brain. It is a mental disease that is treatable with medication and therapy, but it is not cureable. ... (10 replies)
... no Bipolar is a permanent condition treatable with drugs to control symthoms.. ... (10 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)
... days" or feel sorry for myself days, I have to accept it and embrace it and realize that is part of you and then slowly you will be able to deal with it, also it does not go away, some medications make it a better, you have to learn to cope with it... ... (11 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)
... IT DOES NOT EVER GO AWAY!!! It may get better with Meds. The med's usually have to be readjusted as well. ... (3 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)
... It is the nature of bipolar illness to shift between the lows of depressiion to the highs of mania in a cyclical fashion. In between those moods, there is a period of normalcy. ... (8 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)
... 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)


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