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Each person is different.  It's best to discuss your symptoms with your doctor.   NAMI offers great free classes that give a good...
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Some state Medicaid programs will cover bariatric surgery, and Medicare does cover it. However, you must meet the criteria for this type of procedure...
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It is not good to drink on abilify, or any other anti depression medication, alcohol is a depressant and will compound depression and some bipolar...
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I too suffer from Bipolor! It took my Pschiatrist/Psychologist several tries, and several different Medication combinations, Before he found the...
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Your on a great website to answer that question! Go to the "Home" page, Click on "My Medications", List all your medications, and...
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There could be a relation between the 2 conditions, but the jury is still out. Although it is difficult to find clinical studies that produced data...
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I have never heard anything linking cancer to bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. It is possible that the stress of living with and being treated for...
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I read your question shown in a green colored font. Without reviewing the black colored details below your question, I instinctively...
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It's wholly possible that this is related to you stopping the Abilify, especially since you seem to have been fine when on both. It's also...
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just wondering if he has ever had any problems with his heart. that was the first thing that came to mind when i read your comment. could be...
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I'm not a medical professional, but I am also bipolar, and used to take lamictal, for several years.  I am approximately twice your size...
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Yes! Chances are there for loss in Sex drive when taking anti-anxiety medications.
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Vitamins really have no therapeutic value in the overall management of bipolar disorder. You can take them if you want, or if you feel you need them...
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Maybe.....but that will depend on the individual pharmacist, proof (by a prescription bottle with your name on it) of the type and dosage of...
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You're now guaranteed a health plan which will help you pay for the care you need to address your bipolar disorder and ptsd, and if your income...
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