I saw my new pdoc yesterday. I really like him and think he is a good doctor. Wont be calling him dr quack quack thats for sure. He was really indepth with my eval with him. Actually asked me questions and explained things to me. He is keeping me diagnosed with bipolar one rapid cycling. Explained my med options and was okay when I said no to a certain type of med. It made me feel like someone actually cares about my mental health. That took a huge weight off my shoulders. He put me on abilify for mood stabilization and psycosis. He also put me on trazodone to help me sleep at night and I only need to take it if I need it. He did say we are not going to rule out PTSD as well just because I was abused, lost someone close to me, and had a miscarriage. I will have to explain to my therapist why and how I have moved on with the death and the miscarriage because it involves my relgious faith. Even though I dont like talk therapy I will still do it. Only because I have to. And who knows this thrapy stuff might actually help me.
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