I was placed on 160mg of geodon last year and I was under control for awhile then I had to get off because i found out i was pregnant..so now i've had my baby and i wanna get back on...the voices, the illusions or whatever are coming back and my anger is increasing. I don't know what the stigma is with african-american culture of thinking a doctor isn't necessary until someone flips out or is dang near dead. I mentioned wanting to get back on my meds to simmer myself down and my mother a (nurse) says that there's nothing wrong with you and my Husband (whose sister is bipolar by the way) tells me there is nothing wrong with me. I've rip the arm off of a computer chair and have launched it at him, I've punched walls, went bat crap crazy on all of them and nothing's wrong? I've freakin' pulled the biggest butcher knife on one of my older bros, but he deserved to be scared, not stabbed, but scared. They always want to make my decisions for me and it getting totally freaking ridiculous. I've had to cancel several of my appointment because my hubby doesn't wanna give me the money to go, so what should I do?
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