My husband of nearly eight years and the father of my two boys. Was diagnosed just after our first anniversary as bi-polar skeso affective disorder. he was put on meds and has done great but goes off them with regular fequency. I try to keep track of whether or not he is taking them but with being a full time mom and wife that gets hard sometimes. Anyway he called me from work today and said that he hasn't been taking them for a while now and that he's really manic. I tried to give them to him when he got home tonight and he refused to take them. why can't they come up with a way for bi-polar patients to just have a slow relese implant or something like the Depo provera birth contol shot that lasts for like three months. It would make such a difference for the person and thier loved ones. I am letting him get some rest tonight and then I will try again tomrrow to get him to take them. I hope that he will he has never before just flat out refused to take them any suggestions on what to do if he continues to refuse them? Thanks all looking forward to getting to know you all. Rebecca
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