When I went into a manic last year, I ran aound the house giggling and laughing like a child - I found it funny to 'find' as many meds and swallow as I can before my friend could catch up with me, she stopped chasing and rang the ambulance, I dont remember alot from there, but she told me I was laughing in the ambulance and trying to empty all the contents on the floor - when i got to the ER i decided that i needed a wee, i was wheeled off and the next thing my partner arrived to find all the nurses running past him then i was wheeled back with a smug grin on my face and said to him "i always wanted to know what would happen if i pulled that emergency cord" I then slept/drifted in and out of consiousness for another 8 hours. I dont consiously remember any of this but its scary knowing what can happen when we flip! anyone else got any close calls?
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