OK-I thought because I became manic after taking a higher dose of Prozac for Postpartum depression that it was a sure thing that I was bipolar. I'm reading Bipolar for Dummies and find out it is only a sign. I had taken Prozac thru the years at various times and did OK or possibly hypomanic. I don't know anymore. I suffered from severe Postpartum depression two time before and tried to be prepared this time. I understood why Andrea Yates did what she did. I have had depression thru the years, possibly hypomania. I just don't know! Am I truly bipolar? Input welcome or questions. Maybe I'll know when I finish this book.
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