Went to my first pdoc visit and since my highs aren't super high he don't think I'm bipolar. Hell he didn't even ask if I was a danger to myself--which I am very close to being but am fighting hard not to empty the medicine and liquor cabinets together. Of all the doctor's that I have seen in recent months this is the first I can honestly say I'm not comfortable with. So now I'm on Zoloft and if things get too high then maybe I am bipolar. So I'm just a depressed person that didnt have her mood bottom out when a 14 year old girl died that was friends with my kids. Just cause my major "cutting" happens when it is that time of the month this is all a hormonal thing...well what about the other 3 weeks of the month when I'm up and down like a freaking roller coaster. I guess I should have listened to one friend and exagerated about how bad things were. This ass didn't even question the anxiety. So I guess I should be leaving this board since my gp aint right...so long all
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