my pdoc says, "you need to be on disability"! I never thought I would hear such a thing, it really bummed me out. My earliest recollection of having any troubles was around 16 I have worked many jobs over the years and eventually hated them all but I worked ! over the last two years I have gotten so bad that most days I don't want to leave the house and on the days that I do I am manic nuclear 65 to 220 in .01. I was on lamictal and invega it was working, but I got the rash and cant take them anymore. I started seroquel 200 last night 400 tonight until Tuesday. Then I am starting something else with it. I cant remember the name but they wanted me to get used to seroquel first, because I have a tendency to flip out on new drugs. Anyway, my question is this did anyone else feel like there doctors have just given up on them ever being ok again?
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