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... Your insight about bipolar disorder is interesting, but it is pretty clear that it isn't my issue. ... (6 replies)
... This child should be evaluated for the possiblity of childhood onset bipolar disorder. ... (7 replies)
... Lots of kids diagnosed ADHD really have bipolar disorder, some have it along with the ADHD. It's much more common than people realize. It's really good that you caught it at a young age. Is he in therapy? ... (19 replies)

... About 10 months ago I was diagnosed with adhd and proir to that I was also diagnosed with BiPolar Disorder. ... (2 replies)
... The reason I ask is because I think you should do some reading about Bipolar Disorder. It's a common misconception that to be bipolar, you have to have periods of euphoria. ... (6 replies)
... From what I've been reading, it doesn't matter when you take it, you just build up a certain level of Strattera in your blood if you take it consistently. The first couple weeks I took it in morning. I would get heat flashes and heart palpitations in the morning. ... (5 replies)
... I agree with the other posters that a diagnosis of bipolar disorder in a child so young is rare. I would definitely do some research on an antipsychotic being given to a child so young. ... (10 replies)
... His mood swings were quite dramatic, but the psychiatrist had been reluctant to add bipolar to the labels because my son was so young. I learned early on to control most of his symptoms by vitamin supplementation. ... (1 replies)
... I'm a 46 year old male who was diagnosed 5 years ago with Bipolar Disorder and 3 years ago with ADD. Since learning of my disorders I am very conscience of all the symptoms and tend to overthink how to improve my symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... I have been on concerta while also using lamictal and I BELIEVE cymbalta. I think I also stopped taking the concerta at some point and was just taking lamictal and cymbalta for a while, maybe a year. My doctor believed I had bipolar disorder (type 2) for the longest time, but I think that ADD is more likely the suspect. I haven't combined much else, though I THINK I may have... (2 replies)
... Another question that enters my mind is wondering if there is any bipolar disorder in the family. ... (27 replies)
... stimulant medications. Wellbutrin is an anti depressant that has been shown to help people with ADD to calm down and focus. The new medication Strattera is showing great promise, it is a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. ... (6 replies)
... stimulant medications. Wellbutrin is an anti depressant that has been shown to help people with ADD to calm down and focus. The new medication Strattera is showing great promise, it is a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. ... (40 replies)
... thinks that my main problem is ADD and if I can get that under control it will help my depression as well. My psychiatrist has diagnosed me with ADD, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, etc. We have tried so many different meds. Obviously we aren't really sure what is wrong with me or how to fix it. Currently I'm on strattera. ... (2 replies)
... I also have severe OCD, for which I take 300mg of Luvox a day, and Bipolar disorder, for which I take Abilify. Hope this post helps answer someone's questions! Good luck to everyone, I know dealing with ADHD isn't easy. ... (15 replies)
Any opionions?
Jul 30, 2004
... Tanya, as the previous poster suggested, if your son cycles between REALLY happy and depressed, I would want to consider bipolar disorder, too. Is there any history of it in the family? ... (2 replies)
... My 6y son just started Strattera 18mg 2 nights ago. How fast would this med give you side effects? ... (2 replies)
... It is the reason I have had no real happiness in my life for perhaps the last 12 years. Also, though, I'm diagnosed bipolar so that has brought it's own problems. ... (1 replies)
... If she has a mood disorder it may be possible that she has Bipolar, in which case both the Strattera and the Prozac can contribute significantly to increasing anger, irritablity, aggression and the frequency of moodswings. ... (11 replies)
... I have to agree with whoever suggested childhood-onset bipolar or ODD - these can often cause behaviours similar to impulsive and uninhibited AD/HD behaviour, as well as mood swings and aggressive behaviour (in particular in reaction to restrictions or being denied something they want). An increase in "hyper" and aggressive behaviour in reaction to Zoloft or Strattera is... (11 replies)


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