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... Hey...i'm 18 years old and i've had bi polar disorder 2 for about 5 months. I currently take lithium, seroquel, and neurontin... ... (11 replies)
... well thank you for the concern..however, i only take seroquel to go to i only take about 100mg...and i dotn wanna do lsd or mescaline for emotions..i feel fine creativity comes from the songs i write and book i'm working on...i just wanna do lsd for fun... ... (11 replies)
... lithium + lsd / mushrooms = BAD NEWS. seriously, don't do it. a trip to the er when you are tripping hardly seems worth it. (11 replies)

... Now I feel bad.. I was trying to be direct and honest but I'm thinking that maybe he won't be back. I personally never had the urge to try stuff like LSD - my own brain could send me on a trip and a half for free. And those trips were just as destructive as from street drugs - I was glad to give them up even if life is a lot more level nowadays... :angel: (11 replies)
... If you're truly creative you won't want to mess your brain up with LSD or mescaline. ... (11 replies)
... I am inclined to think that hallucinogens combined with psychiatric meds would be a bad move. I've read accounts of (LSD with seroquel in particular) that cause violent convulsing with unconsciousness and a trip to the ER. Trips to the ER are never good. Substance abuse seems to make bp worse and it becomes very difficult for doctors to treat you because they won't really... (11 replies)
... The delusions you have in mania experiences are called correspondence theory. Please do a standard web search for reference. this arose about 2500 years ago as we began to evolve a perception of the world around us as having some structure. It dominates the thinking today in Philosophy and is rapidly breaking down in Cognitive science 2.0. There is a perception that over time... (0 replies)
... Hi, Barbaric Yalp! Your bipolar disorder may very well have been due to the pain killers, but in your case, I'd say that it was more the anti-depressant, especially since you hadn't shown symptoms during your addiction. The drugs most commonly associated with bipolar III are hallucinogens like LSD, and stimulants such as (meth)amphetamine, cocaine, etc, because they create... (29 replies)
... bi polar people to mania. ... (16 replies)
... s, I agree. Serotonin is not to be messed with, as it is a powerful vasoconstrictor, it is related to sleep disorders and halucination. I saw a documentary about LSD experiments in the 1960's, it's a serotonin releaser and because it had a mood lifting effect, this lead to the development of serotonin drugs. ... (17 replies)
... blood pressure reactions. LSD and most hallucinagens are serotonin releasers. ... (10 replies)
... So very sorry. Drug use runs so rampant these days. They don't understand that drugs like cocaine and LSD can cause brain damage, psychosis, schizophrenia, etc. The cutting, aggression, etc. is classic of amphetamines and cocaine. ... (20 replies)
... I am new here. I am wondering still, if I am at the right place, address? I am writing to you now, realizing that I am deep within a mania. I have thought this before... January '00, I was diagnosed with, 'severe-major-depression', (after inniciating very-poor-act's-of-judgement, including theft, fraud), (getting caught), (feeling worthless), diagnosed from a wellknown... (2 replies)
... Hi, I am new to this board, and after reading your thread, I new that I must respond, and introduce myself to everyone here. January '00, I was diagnosed with, 'severe-major-depression', by a top phsycho-pharmocologist, in New York City. I was originally treated with, Paxil. I felt as if the top of my head was literally going to pop-off. Color's, sound's, intensified,... (18 replies)
... Hi to all...what a wonderful site this is. This is my first time and I am hoping I can get some suggestions. My husband's son was diagnosed with bi-polar when he was 12...he is now 20. His dad and I married when he was 16. Up until January of this year he and I were very close. We have found out that he has been manipulating us for the past 5 years, we were under the... (20 replies)
... Hey there, First let me say I'm not judging you for your inclination to experiment. I've got a lot of years on you and still have a fairly inquisitive nature -- but I temper it with common sense. The drugs you're talking about may sound like fun, and I'm sure people have had enjoyable experiences on them, but the thing is, trips are unpredictable and in your case, I think... (11 replies)
... Ruth, Don't feel bad, it's not your fault. I figured he wasn't going to like our replies and leave. He didn't come here seeking information about his actions/ideas. He came looking for approval. He previous actions proved he didn't believe substance abuse was harmful so our opposing advice was likely to be ignored. When people in denial don't hear what they want to... (11 replies)
... My ex boyfriend whom i have a child by is bipolar. He has taken all the meds you have mentioned and then some....he also is a user, of all street drugs that are available in this area, mainly marijuana and meth. This once very intelligent and creative (mainly musically) person went from making a six figure income and fulfilling his dream of playing guitar and music to being... (11 replies)
... Tough love mode initiated: My dear, we do not need to forget you asked YOU DO. Lillie is 100% correct, being bipolar is difficult enough with out creating additional problems. You are young and a certain amount of naivete is understandable but being bipolar requires additional maturity and a stronger dedication to self care than an average healthy 18 year old requires. ... (11 replies)
... Please, please, please - wake up! If you do this you may not come back. I've done some things like that and had a drug psychosis twice. The second time I wasn't sure I was going to come out of it. Please - it's hard enough taking the medications we need to without adding poison to your body. May God Watch Over You!!! Laurie (11 replies)

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