Hi, I'm new on this forum, but like what I see. I'm bipolar and have anxiety disorder, but am doing pretty well. I am going off of my medications (one at a time, and under a doctor's supervision) for the first time since I was a teenager to get pregnant (will start trying this summer). I have to admit, I am pretty scared. I am experiencing some withdrawal from Depakote, which is no fun, but from my Googling (which is how I found this site) it appears to be normal. I'd love to hear from anyone who has done this before. I have a very wonderful and understanding husband, but no bipolar friends (my sister is bipolar and an alcoholic and very unstable, so unfortunately not much support). Thanks, EK
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