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Welcome Miles! I hope you like it here... go to the October chat and join in! *hugs*

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Hi y'all,
I have been struggling with depression and self abuse all my life. I recently started counseling again and was diagnosed with cyclothymia. I know I have a lot of things to deal with and work out. I know the pattern that it will get more difficult before it gets better. But that doesn't make it easier. I guess I just wanted to say hi. emoticon emoticon
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Before I would commit myself to a mental health facility I would use a Psychiatrist...not your GP. They can help you and you can still be independent and at home...he can recommend if you need a facility...
Take care and get better... emoticon emoticon

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I'm with Larissa on this one. Sounds like you need a change in meds. It can take a long time and lots of experimenting to find the right combo. I don't know about outpatient therapy either. I really hope it helps you

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What kind of facility is it? Is it inpatient or outpatient? I don't know much about outpatient therapy classes.... I just have my therapist and psych. Keep hunting for that magic mix that makes you feel normal. When you are on the right meds, you know it. It sounds like yours are not helping and maybe you need a med change. *hugs*

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I have been diagnosed BiPolar since 2007.

Depression, GAD, Anxiety, etc.

I have tried different meds. Right now I am taking Celexa and Lamictal for the last 4 years.

Not really doing much.

Next month I am going to a mental health facility and not to my regular GP.

I am at a loss what to say. Has anyone ever faced this?

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I haven't been in a psych unit for 17 months now. I don't think it does me any good. I have Geo here 24/7 to help me and in the hospital I'm just another bother. I come out feeling worse than I did when I got there.


And kudos to you for taking care of yourself! Always try to learn about what the doctors are giving you.

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As a nurse I took care of patients from Kings Park State Hospital and they are so short staffed...the patients can be very difficult to handle and as a nurse you really have to understand the diagnosis and how to take care of the patient...I'm glad you survived the Lithium...I had a friend from HS who just couldn't take it anymore..his case was very mishandled and he committed suicide...so I am very proud of you to go and fight for your mental health...we all have to do that...and I'm glad you are on Spark People...you will be an inspiration! emoticon

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I haven't been is a PSC. Ward since 1976. However, I am fortunate that the original mis-
diagnosis was corrected that year. First it was Schizophrenia in 1972 and 1974 because
my younger sister had that diagnosis. Then in 1976 bipolar II was the diagnosis. I was
put on Lithium and stayed on it for 30 years. It damaged my kidneys, my Thyroid, my
eye-sight and slowly deteriorated my so much of my intelligence, etc.

I am doing much better on Depakote and use clonzepam (for Panic attacks). But, the damage
was done and I put on over 100#'s. Now I am 68 yrs. old - mother of 2 grown daughters and
4 grand-children. I can't say that the PSC. ward was that bad in my state and city. However,
I did have a short stay in another.state and it was terrible!
I want to say that I was in Sparks before and pretty much told the same story to a Team (not sureif it was the same Team). It meant so much to me to read about all of you.
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You're absolutely right!

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You go, Ezz!

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Psychiatric care is the pits...I took care of patients on a regular medical surgical unit that had been leased by the state of New York because the didn't want to upgrade their unit...Our unit was one of the oldest wards...semi private rooms and a couple of private rooms...shared bathrooms...we had all types of patients including the children with Down Syndrome (severe) and other challenges...we had the acutely psychotic and the old dementia patients...and they did not give us any extra training to take care of this type of patient...I guess I am more empathetic and practical and so were the staff that I worked with because we did wonders and we loved our patients...These patients were lucky that Kings Park decided not to redo their medical unit...but the sad part is that we saw the poor care that these patients got because no one wants to deal with psyche patients...the minute the word is mentioned you are a "loonie tuner" or a "coconut grover"...actually that's what we called our patients to ourselves and we did not like it one bit if anyone else said it...you cannot imagine the way some of these patients came to us...and our favorite patient was an LPN with severe bipolar disorder...we loved her...we were so excited when she was discharged and she came back for a visit...sadly we lost her to a suicide attempt...but to get back from my rambling (sorry I tend to do that ) We don't get good care...they want to dope you up...make you a zombie and do care to help relieve what is going on...it is difficult to work with BP patients because once they feel better they come off their meds and are back to square 1...Schizophrenics do that too...
I hope that you will get better care...demand better care...if you go into the hospital and you feel there is something more going on...ask to see the supervisor of the building if you have to...don't take crap!


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This one I was in had semi-private rooms with a bathroom in the room. One TV in the community room. Meals were also taken in the community room. No visitors in the rooms, but you could visit in the community room. Patients weren't allowed in each others room, but we could visit in the hallway. There was a payphone in the hallway. That's how people got in touch with you. There was a phone at one of the nurses stations for emergencies. I was so out of it at the time I don't even remember what I did there even though I can remember the place itself in detail

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Well, the one I go to doesn't have private rooms, only 1 tv with no cable, no groups... just sit there and stare at the TV or sleep all day. I slept all day and night. It's a crisis unit, not a full on inpatient ward.

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As displeased as I was with the one I was in, patients who had been in the other psych ward on the area said that one was much worse. So I guess it depends on your perspective

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I was on the psych unit once and walked around the patio for a bit and started having trouble breathing. I went to the nurses and asked for something, since I have asthma. They said it was a panic attack and gave me Restoril. I went and lay down and just didn't ask for anything else since they didn't think it was my asthma. It's just a horrible psych unit to be in.

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Shortly after I got out of the psych ward a few years back 'I started getting terrible chest pains. To the hospital we went, especially given my family's cardiac history. Upon talking to me, once they found out I had been in the psych ward and I was prone to panic attacks, they wanted to usher me out the door figuring I was having a panic attack. I pushed back and insisted they check me out more. it turned out to be my acid reflux that I hadn't had in years. When I was in the ER with the Lamictal issue, they wanted to push me out the door once they found out I had BP2 and GAD. They actually gave me another dose of Lamictal because they refused to believe me when I said that was when the problem started. So I had another reaction and I could hear staff talking amongst themselves that I had to be faking it. I was so angry and disgusted with the staff at both hospitals. So eager to help until they find out you have psych issues, then they want nothing to do with you. I hate it.

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since medicine is not an exact science you might not find out why you have joint pain, but it's important they don't label you.... I was labeled...I came into the ER complaining of tightness in the chest like I was having a heart attack. even my husband didn't believe me. the ER doctor asked if I as getting along with my husband....well I was labeled and given a scrip for Xanax and told to see a Pdoc...I did and she said the meds I was taking ( as I had just had a total hysterectomy and both ovaries out) was what was causing it...Came to find out there is a symptom of MS that I was unaware of....MS hug! and it feels just like a heart attack! I was so pissed at that doctor and the DH....As a nurse I've seen too much crap....40 yrs of it...LOL!

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I've never been formally been diagnosed with PTSD by a pdoc, but my psychologist gave me the label due to an abusive childhood and other stuff that's happened in my life. Part of my medication regimen is to help me sleep at night. If I miss even one of the pills, I won't sleep and that's not good, as you know. I'm functioning, but not well enough to work. I 'm rapid cycling too so overall the meds help with that, but I have to tweak once in a while. Lamictal sent me to the emergency room unable to speak or move my eyes. Needless, to say, I 'm not on that anymore! I'm on Clonipin, Seroquel, and Effexor, plus meds for tremors that can affect how the psych drugs work. Oh, and joint pain too that no one can find the reason for. I'm glad you're feeling good about SparkPeople. I am too! Let's do this!

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Spark People has always been there for me...the people are supportive, but not clingy...that's great...

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emoticon for the terrific welcome everyone! SMILLER - I also suffer from anxiety disorder and PTSD but my main diagnoses is the bipolar. I also have a back injury that keeps me from getting a complete nights rest all at one time. This will sometimes cause me to become hypomanic due to lack of sleep. Needless to say there are days when I want to cling by my nails to the ceiling! I am on Lamictal 300 mg, Abilify 15mg, Celexa 40 mg, and Valium 1 mg as needed. It took about 4 years to get me on the right cocktail of meds and they get tweaked every great once in a while. It's hard with the ultra rapid cycling because my moods flip so doggone fast it's hard to treat them. I haven't found anything that actually keeps me completely stable but this is far better than when I was untreated! And I have been in a pretty darn good mood since I started with SparkPeople!

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Hi Jeanne. I am diagnosed with Bipolar II and Generalized Anxiety Disorder. I'm far more prone to depression, which I happen to be going through now. My meds are as pretty effective now as far as the mood swings are concerned, but they keep me kind of groggy. Between meds I was previously on and emotional eating, I put on a lot of weight. Spark People did amazing things for my daughter, so now I'm giving it a try. Welcome to the group!
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Welcome! I have Bipolar 1 and paranoid Schizophrenia. I'm stable on my meds for the most part.... been having trouble sleeping but I'm feeling good today. I've had the same psych for about 3 years and we finally found the right med combo. When I can, I volunteer at a local low income clinic for a couple hours. I've been trying to go to the gym more so I can lose more weight. I find that when I'm worked up, a good walk is what I need. It's saved me from countless fights. So that's me! I'm looking forward to getting to know you!

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I was looking at an advertisement on AOL...it's a product that is sold at GNC. it contains concentrated collegen, hyaluronic acid ( sp?) and turmeric...they rave about it so I'm going to look into it...

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I too have chronic pain from a back injury! I do take long acting meds for it and also during the day I take breakthrough meds. It helps me to be as active as I can with the back pain. When I do have a good sleep night I am up every 2 hours or so due to discomfort. But I am hopeful that losing wt, exercising, and eating right will help the pain and therefore lead to better sleep on the good nights!

Thank you for the great welcome!

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Welcome ! I'm just a happy mildly hypomanic ( sub clinical is the term) and I have Seasonal Affective Disorder. Sprinkle that with Pseudo Bulbar Affect from MS and you have me...

I am trying to be better about filling up my med containers too...it's a boring job.

Love Spark People. I did gain weight back after my initial loss, but I'm back on the weight loss cycle. At least I didn't gain it all back....

I have chronic pain from osteo arthritis. The MRI of my cervical spine looks like a twisted stair case....I use the pain center...a lot of people with chronic pain and bipolar disorder should have an MRI of the brain...Tahdah! MS...well not exactly like that...there are other symptoms...but it's something to look into and just because it's the Mayo clinic doesn't mean it's final what they say...keep looking...you shouldn't be in pain...Turmeric is a spice that is used in India and it is very helpful with inflammation...and it's proven to be effective...
Have a good day every one....

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Welcome. We are an active & helpful team--supportive & friendly, too. Some of us can get cranky from time to time (I've been in a mixed episode of moderate intensity for about 7 yrs. despite meds & can get irritable).

In chronic pain now, too, & went to Mayo Clinic in AZ & they couldn't help me! My pdoc has increased my Lamictal, & added Abilify (off that for about 12 yrs. but pain is making sleep difficult; don't take pain meds except during day so I can function).. .

Well, enough about cranky me.

Welcome & stay around no matter if you feel like you are succeeding or failing. Being here is a success.

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Hi there! My name is Jeanne. I am 45 years old and was diagnosed bipolar at 23. I am an ultra rapid cycler with the mood swings and what that means for me is a mood flip about every 3-7 days! Wheee! It is good in the fact that no mood lasts for long.

I am trying to lose a total of 174 lbs. Most of which I blame on emotional eating - a small amount on meds. I have been with the program for about a month but serious about it for about half that time. I like it a great deal and believe I will succeed this time!

I found this team and I hope it is active because I could use the dual support! Have a great day everyone!
emoticon Jeanne

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