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Bipolar Disorder and Vitamin D Deficiency

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0.27% of the posts that mention Vitamin D Deficiency also mention Bipolar Disorder (52 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
* Off-label

Vitamin D Deficiency

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Hypovitaminosis D is a deficiency of Vitamin D. It can result from: inadequate nutritional intake of vitamin D coupled with inadequate sunlight exposure (in particular sunlight with adequate ultra violet B rays), disorders that limit vitamin D absorption, and conditions that impair the c... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Cholecalciferol
Calcium and Vitamin D
Ergocalciferol
* Off-label
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What patients are saying about Bipolar Disorder and Vitamin D Deficiency

52 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
d deficiency. I lost my prescription for my vitamin d...
...have PCOS, bipolar, have migraines, ADD, PMS, endometrosis, and gastroparesis. My mom saw in the news this week that the majority of my illnesses may be linked to my vitamin d deficiency. I lost ...
and that has greatly improved. Your body produces Vitamin D...
...vitamin D deficiency which is VERY common. Mine was the lowest my doctor had seen and I was put on massive doses of prescription supplements and that has greatly improved. Your body produces...
If I had to guess, I think symptoms of vitamin D deficiency...
...my friend. My levels were at a 9 when the normal range is 30-100!! I'v been on 50,000 units (one pill) twice a week for 9 months now and my levels finally increased to 17! LOL. If I h...
gone for years. I still have dysthymia and take Effexor...
...every med except Depakote,  and had adverse reactions to all of them. Zyprexa worked well prn,  but as a daily med it put me in a stupor. Then I was diagnosed with a vitamin d deficiency, and...
gone for years. I still have dysthymia and take Effexor...
...every med except Depakote,  and had adverse reactions to all of them. Zyprexa worked well prn,  but as a daily med it put me in a stupor. Then I was diagnosed with a vitamin d deficiency, and...
anxiety but right now I have more depression. I am bipolar...
...I'm planning on starting Lexapro tomorrow. my psych doc said do 2.5mg for a week and we'd raise it. I'm nervous because I have GAD and I don't want anxiety but right now I have more depression. I a...
and check your parathyroid and all of that. I take Ativan...
...the way your hormones are reacting to the Addison's or adrenal insufficiency. For a while when my vitamin D and Calcium was out of whack, I felt like I was coming out of my skin. I guess what I a...
it is really good for you. I read about vitamin d deficiency...
...vitamin d, but not that much. Maybe I need to take more. I could really use more energy. I don't know if it interferes with bipolar meds. I hope not, it is really good for you. I read about vitamin...
it is not. Apparently \"everyone has a vitamin D deficienc...
...to vitamin D, real quick, I too am vitamin D deficient. I thought it could have been the origin of my seizures. But, lo, it is not. Apparently \"everyone has a vitamin D deficiency\". Mine...
that products are advertised now as containing vitamin D....
...my SIL is bi-polar. I believe that my husband's family has a vitamin D deficiency that is masked by autism and depression. It is odd that products are advertised now as containing vitamin D. You ca...
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