I am new to this group but I have been SUFFERING with Bipolar Disorder since my early teens. I have done some very irrational things and hurt so many people I love. I have been getting serious treatment the last 4 months, and at times I feel "normal" again....but what is "normal" are we ever going to be normal again? The thing that gets me and I think about quite often lately is the fact that I finally breathe a sigh of relief that I seem to be going on like everyone else does day to day and get my expectaions up only to be dissapointed when I crash into a depressive state. My doctors have been treating me with many different kinds of meds trying to find a happy medium. I am currently taking 450 wellbutrin, 300 seroquel, 37.5 effexor and 100 lamotrigine. My meds have been played around with so much that I am starting to give up hope of some kind of consistency in my life :(. Any thoughts from anyone who has been experimenting with different meds and have no help???
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