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Bipolar Disorder and Multiple Personality Disorder

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Mentioned Together
5.65% of the posts that mention Multiple Personality Disorder also mention Bipolar Disorder (1,028 posts)

Bipolar Disorder

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Bipolar disorder or bipolar Affect (psychology) disorder, historically known as manic–depressive disorder, is a Classification of mental disorders that describes a category of mood disorders defined by the presence of one or more episodes of abnormally elevated energy levels, cogn... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Lithium
Lamictal
Seroquel
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Multiple Personality Disorder

/ 18,183 posts
(Dissociative identity disorder)
Dissociative identity disorder is a psychiatric Medical diagnosis and describes a condition in which a person displays multiple distinct identity (social science) or Personality psychology (known as alter egos or alters), each with its own pattern of perceiving and interacting with the environ... Read more on Wikipedia
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What patients are saying about Bipolar Disorder and Multiple Personality Disorder

1,028 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
I am being treated for mild schizophrenia and take clozapine...
...for about 20 years with multiple diagnoses - manic depression, schizophrenia, dissociative identity disorder. Currently I am being treated for mild schizophrenia and take clozapine. I am also...
my legs at night. Isn't depakote for bi-polar disorder...
...Depakote 1000 mg a day (no side effects). Works great but can't afford it, or to see him, so I just suffer and stay locked away in the house. Used to take 10 or more mg elavil, but twitches my legs...
med. perscribe for many things including,bi-polor...
...Risperdal a few years ago.I took it for a week then i stopped it,the side effects i had were i couldn't sleep and it make me very violent.It is an intiphysitoc med. perscribe for many things...
neural tube closes at 5 weeks gestation. im taking lamictal...
...dissociative identity disorder. i saw a high risk doctor and he and his partner both assured me that it was safe to take my antipsychotics in the second and third trimester. he said the babys neura...
3 times daily and celexa.....i was diagnosed with bipolar...
...was on lamictal celexa and risperdal....now i take geodon at night 160 and two 20mg doses to take throughout the day ativan prn 3 times daily and celexa.....i was diagnosed with bipolar bpd ptsd...
take lamictal to control my behaviors. BUT bi-polar disorder...
...have bi-polar disorder and i am ...i got it from. And honestly, anyone can control anything if they want to but i take lamictal to control my behaviors. BUT bi-polar disorder can also get easi...
now controls it for the most part.. Ever heard of lamictal...
...am bipolar type II and on top of that my second axis is multiple personality disorder. I myself havent found a great medication but the one im on now controls it for the most part.. Ever heard of...
i have. Mood stabilizers, anti-psychotics like Quetiapine...
...I have bipolar disorder with some psychotic features but i have never lost my grip on reality completely. Or atleast i don't think i have. Mood stabilizers, anti-psychotics like Quetiapine and...
My current combo, I must say, is working very well. Lithium...
...never stops. Seems though it gets worse as the cycle progresses. My dysphoric cycles generally last for 5 days. In that time I can flip between mania and depression as fast as on the hour, however ...
- Marya Hornbacher (autobiography of her bipolar disorder...
...Prozac nation - Elizabeth Wurtzel More,now,again - Elizabeth Wurtzel The catcher in the rye - J D Salinger A head full of blue - Nick Johnstone One flew over the cuckoo's nest - Ken Kesey ...
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