Hey All-thought I'd share some thoughts. I have been rapid, even ultra-rapid cycling lately, as often as every five minutes or so. If you haven't read about, it Google it. It really is like someone with a speed knob on your moods. I hate the rapid cycling because it's like I can't decide what friggin' mood I'm in. I've been VERY OCD lately too. The end of the week had a weather change to some AWESOME cool weather from up north due to the storm swirling off the East Coast. When there's a positive weather change for the good I notice it. When there's a change to bad weather, or warm to suddenly cold, it body-slams me. Anyone else get this? I am on Lexapro and Lamictal
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