Yes please stay on your meds. The point in medication is to stablize your moods so take they don't swing very high or low. We definitely don't want you thinking about suicide, we all want you here. All life is very valueable especially when it's yours :))) So hang in there girl
Be concerned. This is not good. This is how I started out. The difference was that I didnt start off on meds, but any concerns with the current meds youre on need to be told to your PDoc. They'll help you out. What meds were you on and what did you switch to? Are you bipolar 1 or 2?
There's a bipolar site that can help you in terms of day to day experiences and advice www.eleenah.wordpress.com
Take time to have a look at it. The site has changed a lot of people perceptions of bipolar, especially being new to bipolar because I am new to being bipolar myself. So dont panic :)
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