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TOPIC TITLE: Manic experience
Created On 7/24/13 8:19 PM
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mouse
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7/24/13 8:19 PM
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I had a really strange experience last night and I could almost swear I was manic for the better part of the night. Is it possible for something like that to happen for such a short period of time and then stop the next day??? I couldn't sleep despite my usual night meds (which are plentiful) and all I could see were different cottages in my head and going in and out of them. I was totally awake. I felt like I was Goldilocks or soemthing going through people's cottages but in bed the entire night. (I checked that fact out with my husband as I was unsure of that it was so real.) I also felt very aroused physically and couldn't get certain images and feelings to go away. Does that make sense???? Is that manic, psychotic or what?????? It was right after coming home from a 12 hour drive so I was quite tired yet so not tired at the same time. I'm still up now which is late for me and still in the same way. Any suggestions of what to do if this continues????


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Dr. Price MD
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7/25/13 8:27 AM
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If it persists for 2 days or more call your doctor as it could be the beginning of an episode. Let me know how you make out. What is your diagnosis? What medications do you take?

Rabbi Price, M.D.
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mouse
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7/25/13 3:19 PM
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Dx is DID, depression, and maybe bipolar, but never diagnosed definitively. I take adderall xr, klonopin, abilify, trazadone, rozerem, and i think that's it.


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