Last week on Tuesday I had a very big scare. I was actually in a hypomanic mood the day before. When I was on my way to work I ended up having a major alergic reaction to something that I am still not sure to what. When I got to work the whole reaction was full blown and I could not hardly see or breath and I had to be rushed to the hosptial. The hosptial did not test me for anything and only got me through the reaction. I went from a good hypomanic feel to a quick depression due to the scare of a lifetime. I went to my dr last week and he got me into an allergist that I saw today. He is going to get test run next week to wait till I finally get what still might be in my system is fully out to test me. The allergist is not happy with the hosptial becasue the did not get any blood work done to try and test for anything possible for reaction. At least the allergist did perscribe an epi pen if this happens again. I just was not expecting to go so fast from my hypomania to my full blown depression as I did.
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