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OddOwl26
June 29, 2016 - 6:34 pm
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It's so exhausting on how I feel. Most of time time, it's not triggered. But I get moments where I'm ridiculously hyper, feeling ontop of the world, can defeat and conquor anything. But then there are times, where the snake comes and feels as though i'm being wrapped and bit constantly with negative thoughts and emotions. It's horrible and sometimes comes out of nowhere. I hate looking like, I'm cranky...but I can't help it. And I wish there was something I could do about it. I know I'm not alone on this. And when I'm done, it's not like I feel suicidal. But I feel like I can barely function. Is this really what Cyclothymia sounds like? I know BP2 has more down moments, and a matter of hospitalization. Which, i've never done. But...it's exhausting.


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OddOwl26
June 29, 2016 - 6:34 pm
It's so exhausting on how I feel. Most of time time, it's not triggered. But I get moments where I'm ridiculously hyper, feeling ontop of the world, can defeat and conquor anything. But then there are times, where the snake comes and feels as though i'm being wrapped and bit constantly with negative thoughts and emotions. It's horrible and sometimes comes out of nowhere. I hate looking like, I'm cranky...but I can't help it. And I wish there was something I could do about it. I know I'm not alone on this. And when I'm done, it's not like I feel suicidal. But I feel like I can barely function. Is this really what Cyclothymia sounds like? I know BP2 has more down moments, and a matter of hospitalization. Which, i've never done. But...it's exhausting.


nr47
September 22, 2016 - 10:06 pm
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Joined: 09-20-2016
I feel exactly the same man, and I was thinking I had Cyclothymia as well. I've never been hospitalized either - it never got that severe yet it always feels terrible. My past pdoc and psychiatrist gave me a diagnosis of bipolar 2, but seemed unsure about it. My current psychiatrist seems to think I may have it and has given me mood stabilizers along with an antidepressant. I don't know...if the medications help me feel more normal, then maybe I do have some form of bipolar such as cyclothymia.

And yeah I have anger issues too...super cranky and then sometimes just really on top of the world. Weird...



Current medications as of 09-22-2016
06-01-2016 - Present: Cymbalta, 60mg. Once per day
09-08-2016 - Present: Lamictal, 25mg. Once per day
09-14-2016 - Present: Lamictal, 50mg. Two times per day
09-22-2016 - Present: Latuda, 20mg. Once per day

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nr47
nr47
September 22, 2016 - 10:06 pm
I feel exactly the same man, and I was thinking I had Cyclothymia as well. I've never been hospitalized either - it never got that severe yet it always feels terrible. My past pdoc and psychiatrist gave me a diagnosis of bipolar 2, but seemed unsure about it. My current psychiatrist seems to think I may have it and has given me mood stabilizers along with an antidepressant. I don't know...if the medications help me feel more normal, then maybe I do have some form of bipolar such as cyclothymia.

And yeah I have anger issues too...super cranky and then sometimes just really on top of the world. Weird...



Current medications as of 09-22-2016
06-01-2016 - Present: Cymbalta, 60mg. Once per day
09-08-2016 - Present: Lamictal, 25mg. Once per day
09-14-2016 - Present: Lamictal, 50mg. Two times per day
09-22-2016 - Present: Latuda, 20mg. Once per day

Rijono
December 8, 2016 - 12:14 pm
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Me too. I felt just like you for years but didn't know what was happening to me.
I now take a mood stabiliser and antidepressants. I was massively against this but it was the best thing I ever did. Oh and something for my thyroid. Get that checked too.
Good luck


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Rijono
December 8, 2016 - 12:14 pm
Me too. I felt just like you for years but didn't know what was happening to me.
I now take a mood stabiliser and antidepressants. I was massively against this but it was the best thing I ever did. Oh and something for my thyroid. Get that checked too.
Good luck