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Bipolar disorder issue
Hello doctor This problem is regarding my mother who has, been suffering from initially the difficulty in sleeping, depression, anxiety, mood swings, now it's bipolar disorder. She is under the medication of psychologist also but it's not getting quick recovery. We want her to get fine soon and recover from all the prblms. Please provide the solution to remove this prblm permanently or to cure it quickly. In these days she become very happy at a time always laughs and sometime she become so sad and started crying. She can't able to give the answers of the question asked by other and talk what is coming in her mind. She sometime behaves like a kid. Like at a point of time she became hyper and sometime in a lower stage like sad, cry etc. Doctor please help my mom come out of this issue.
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Respected Sir/Madam, The reason for depression may be for various reasons..that may lead to disorder. Requesting you to kindly visit the clinic for proper remedy. Thanks, Dr.HemaKarthik
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who has diagnosed her as bipolar disorder.. I think u need to see a psychiatrist rather than a psychologist... Does she have any memory issues.. Sharing the old prescription can help to delineate further. Contact via practo for management
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Hello! In order to help her i would like to know her complete history of illness and the medications she is taking or was taking. A detailed interview is important to provide you with the best treatment.
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Consult a Psychiatrist, it is a treatable condition
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Bipolar disorder tends to be an episodic illness, where in one can have above set of symptoms alternating with each other or sometimes both together. Duration of treatment depends on number of such episodes and the choice of treatment is usually a mood stabiliser. which will prevent further episodes from occurring. Which mood stabiliser to be started can be decided after a detailed assessment, investigations and review of history.
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Bipolar disorder is a chronic mental illness with relapsing and remitting course .There isn't any permanant cure for the disease but we can prevent the frequent relapses through medications and preventions of stressors .
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It would be helpful if you mention the total duration of illness and the duration of current episode, co-morbidities and compliance to medications. That matters when one is expecting a quick recovery. Also the dosage of medications needs to be seen.
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