that's awesome. mid april is exactly when your mood started to steady out... i will be checking out for your progress as i try to stabilize my own moods.. i may ask you some questions in the future. good luck to you!
im in the uk, and they dont use the DSM guidlines like in the us - DSMVIII (which is actually the most up to date apparently!) has 1+2
here it is straight bipolar
but i fit into bipolar 2 i think
dont have psychosis (yet touch wood) so wouldnt really fit type 1
how about yourself?
im seeing a Pnurse next week agian (she does house callls) so will talk things trhough
she can feed back to the pdoc to see if the meds need reviewing
which i think they do
i havent slept for 30 hours =/
wide awake doesnt even touch it!
and very creative (Y)
i was flattening out - meds kicking in
but since i met my girlfriend ive been all over the place
but to be honest it is worth it =]
i hope =]
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