I was just diagnosed with PTSD two weeks ago, eventhough I\'ve been suffering for quite a long time. I was diagnosed with Bipolar and Border line personality disorder after three serious suicide attemps. I used to have a psychiatrist who would ask me what medication I wanted to be on to control my bipolar, I\'ve since changed psychiatrists and now have a new diagnosis. I am scared because there dosen\'t seem like there are too many treatment options for PTSD. My new husband and I are going to start trying to get pregnant on hormones next month, I haven\'t been off meds in four years and am absolutely terrified of the withdrawls, because my withdrawl from Seroquel was hell I vomited, shook, had sweats and couldn\'t eat for five days.
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