"Hi. This forum just went through a major overhaul. Sorry.
If you're sucicidal that's no good. That may mean you have to go in patient. But once in hospital a pdoc can give you some tests and see if you're bipolar. "
"Hi. How long is your pain med regiment due to last. Sometimes you'll need to wean off. Taper down till your free of those drugs.
Maybe if you and your prescribing Dr have a plan, and then you write it all down, your Pdoc will understa..."
"Hi. Last year I had a lot of experience with ECT.
My last treatment was Nov 2015.
I'm still suffering major memory gaps. Blocks of time completely wiped out.
Plus my regular doctor said I have borderline high blood pressure now...."
"Hi. I'm on 4 meds per day. It's known as a med cocktail. Because bipolar is a chemical imbalance a lot of people need more than one med.
It's a trail and error. Or sometimes you may have to switch meds because of a med burn out. "
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