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... Thanks a lot for the nice replies. Ruth -- I've only seen my psychiatrist three times so far. The first consultation was very general; we just spoke about may family's history of mental illness (there really isn't any that I know of) and about my past drug taking. I've mentioned to him that I feel very depressed/irritable most of the time, but nothing else really -- not the... (4 replies)
Apr 8, 2005
... Gee Gee Hi Lori, :wave: I hope you get that list out next time ! Thanks for letting me hear from you....., Take Care, Gee Gee (56 replies)
Apr 8, 2005
... needless to say, irritability was inevitable. I started out irritable, then I had fun for a while, back to irritable, then depressed, then ok for a while, then irritable again. Isn't this just normal? ... (56 replies)

Help please
Apr 27, 2014
... I really understand how you are feeling. The mental and physical pain are so difficult and no one who hasn't lived through it can understand which is frustrating. You might need a new doctor and tell them your past experience and what you need from them as you Dr. I was Dx at 16 and tried meds, went off of them; the usual. About a year and a half ago I decided I couldn't do... (1 replies)
I'm Always Manic
Apr 2, 2011
... AlwaysManic, I hope this finds you very well today. Indeed, it sounds like you're probably doing pretty awesomely! :-) I have the same "symptoms" that you describe ... I was diagnosed Bipolar I. This is the form of the disorder where the patient is mostly manic, not depressed. In Bipolar II, the patient is mostly depressed, not manic. I don't live in an acutely... (11 replies)
... at least in the beginning. It isn't until the crash that you end up feeling extremely irritable and severely depressed. ... (50 replies)
... It may take some time for your wife to understand that meds will help bring her down from her mania and feel better. ... (24 replies)
... My family knows that I am to be left alone when I'm manic because they have already taken the brunt of my anger and impulsivity. When I'm manic, I don't think about the things I say. I laugh inappropriately and insult people left and right without thinking. When I'm having a manic episode, none of that matters to me because I feel too good to care about anyone but myself. ... (14 replies)
... Hmmm.... If you were so depressed what brought on the mania?? I'm confused with this all. I wonder if I AM bipolar. I experience only depression though along with anxiety. And like I mentioned before, my psychotic/manic episodes were from using illicit drugs, then made worse by the meds they put me on. (22 replies)
... psychotic episode. I was hearing voices, delusional, paranoid, manic, confused, irritable and combative. ... (3 replies)
Mar 31, 2009
... blown mania differs from person to person. ... (63 replies)
Coming Down
Nov 30, 2008
... What is your mania like? ... (8 replies)
... Also, not everyone who has hypomanic/manic episodes experiences the euphoric version of the mood state. It used to be thought that the bipolar "highs" were strongly associated with euphoria, but recent studies have found that only a subset of bipolar individuals have the "textbook" case of bipolar disorder, that being bipolar I disorder with predominantly euphoric "highs"... (5 replies)
... You might be on to something here. I don't recalll hearing or reading about mania in teens. ... (19 replies)
... You will need to get a hold of your doctor quickly because shortly after mania there will be a decline towards depression and just prior to that there is a strong chance of having suicidal thoughts. ... (19 replies)
... Before she was properly diagnosed they treated her for depression and put her on an antidpressant which only worstened things and made her more impulsive, irritable and eventually suicidal. That was when we discovered how somebody who is Bipolar can experience a mania without a mood stabilizer in place. ... (19 replies)
... Hi, Neon ~ I was so glad to read your progress with the pdoc appointment. I also was soo impressed with your level of self-awareness, that is going to be the thing that will keep you on track KNOWING the signs of mania, what precedes it and what you can do to keep it in check. I believe there is a window of opportunity to keep it from progressing and that is within 48... (3 replies)
... Jenn, Thanks for the welcome! :) My pdoc advised that I take one 500 mg pill in the morning and another an hour before bedtime. I may be wrong about this, but since Depakote is a mood stabilizer, I wonder if one of the reasons you don't feel right is because your body doesn't have a chance to fully absorb Depakote throughout a 24 hour period thereby putting your... (20 replies)
... incessantly whether it is in person or on the phone with friends, and says that she has a terrible time concentrating while reading or listening. And she gets irritable and frustrated easliy. However, she does exceptionally well in school which you would think isn't possible. ... (33 replies)
... In response to a question on the other thread, yes, I can get very irritable and angry. ... (8 replies)

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