This is my first time here. I am bipolar. Right now I am being hit really hard with depression. It is just overwhelming at this point. It is complete with passing suicidal thoughts. I am undergoing weekly ECT, and it has helped with the suicidal thoughts, and changed them from thoughts with plans to scattered, fleeting thoughts.
I don't want to call a helpline, as I am pretty sure I will end up in the hospital. My doctor is great, and puts all options in front of me. I just don't want to end up in the hospital as I usually don't do too well there.
I am so mixed up. I have talked to my wife about it, but she doesn't know what to say. I feel that I am not worth much to anyone. I know that is the illness talking, but I cannot get myself out of that thinking. I was doing quite well for a while, but that was at the beginning when I was having ECT three times a week. Should I ask my doctor for that again?View Thread
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I have a question about my antidepressants. I'm bipolar with major depression Schizoaffective disorder, I'm taking 3 antidepressants, Trazodone 400mg, Escitalipram 20mg, Vanlafaxine 225mg. I'm still feeling depressed. With all the medication I'm taking, shouldn't I feel better? Any suggestions? my current doc doesn't seem to understand my situation. Thanks in advance.View Thread
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