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  1. You know you have BP when your psychiatrist assesses you and tells you you have it.
  2. I’ve have my BP tweaked countless times over the few decades. I was on Serequel only briefly, but it was what I needed at the time. All meds for BP are like that; there is no right and wrong. If serequel isn’t working for you, talk to your doctor and come up with a game plan. Sometimes lithium, as a adjunctive med for depression, works quite well.
  3. I’m a 62 year old woman who survived two bouts of Hodgkin Lyphoma 35 years ago. I also have Bipolar Disorder and am a retired mental health practitioner. Sometimes it’s nice to touch base with folks who have had the same life experiences, share the wisdom, and offer a helping hand.
  4. I had Hodgkin Lymphoma in my 20’s and 30’s (I’m 62 now) and have had so many ct scans that I’m sure I glow in the dark. You’re fine.
  5. It’s called post-viral cough. I had mine for 6 weeks and it drove me nuts. All very benign, of course.
  6. Morning Anxiety is called “diurnal mood variation.” Not uncommon for people with anxiety and mood disorders.