I have bipolar and I take saphris,xanax and my mood has been down for about 6 months. Been going thru medical issues since Oct 2011 having alot of pain. Just Diagnosed with a eating disorder was abusing laxatives but was causing more pain to my enlarged liver,spleen and also I make myself sick. Was living in bathroom for almost a decade well felt like it but for almost 1 yr. Do from what was wrong with me..I hate food. Everything I ate went rite thru me. I avoid people,avoid sun. People say I am malnutrition,look sickly,straving myself doctors,therapist asking me if I am eating lost 51 lbs. So the other day told doc that my mood has been down he said u don't look like it. I cover it up I put a smile on my face and look happy.. I want to cut I am also a cutter.I don't want to be touch anymore by anyone not even a doctor. I don't know what has happen to me maybe cause I was sick Oct Idk I just don't trust anyone anymore..So doctor up my saphris and I see my therapist today
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