I struggle with telling other doctors that I am bipoolar. I have stated in the past to an ear, nose, and throat doctor that I take lamictal and adderall for depression. I have noticed in the past when I have told medical personnell that I am bipolar, their demeanor changes. I feel that as long as I tell them the proper meds I am on, they do not need to know the BP word. Thoughts?
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