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Bi-Polar and Anti-d's

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skyblue

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Sorry about all the posts.

But, do you think my doc could possibly put me back on some anti-d's ? Last time I saw him, he told me it wasn't a good idea because they made me hypermanic. But, I'm feeling so, so low right now with no energy at all, I'm currently taking 300mg Seroquel and 1000mg Depakote. I really do hope he can reconsider.
 
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I wouldn't go near anti-d's. My pdoc told me anyway that I will never go onto anti-d's due to my moods mostly being manic and that I would be easily set into a high mood. If you feel that you are so depressed that you can't function - then maybe a short term period of anti=d's might help.
Jacqui x
 
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mad as a hatter

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i, the same as u jax i can,ttake ad,s either they mk me a bit manic 2
 
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TOONAFISH

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i am on two anti d's at them moment. lamotragine is supposed to be suited for bi polar and low dose of duloxatine. i touch wood have been ok
 
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