Somedays I believe the doctors and somedays I don't. I'm 39 yrs old and don't understand why I was never diagnosed with BP before now. Sometimes I think "Oh my god, I do have it" then maybe 10 min. later I think "No way, thats not me" I am confused and a little scared. Did this happen to anyone in the beginning or is this an ongoing thing? It's been over 6 months and I'm still having trouble believing. I have tried different medications and am now on lamictal. I have had depression and severe panic attacks since I was 16. The panic attacks have come and gone over the years, but I am filled with anxiety 90% of my day. Anyway, any response would be good. Thanks
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