Saw my pdoc before I saw your message. He did decreased my cymbalta and welbutrin in half. I was on the topamax for wt. loss, I just forgot.He said the topamax could be the cause of my coginitive problems. It took me 10 minutes to spell book one day. He D/Ced it. I have to go for a recheck in a week. Hopefully the changes will help by then. I will ask about the trilepital then. He talked about inpatient or IOP which I won't do. Thanks for all your good informationView Thread
I have bipolar 2. I have bee mostly very depressed and suicidal for the past 12 years. I had a hypomanic period 2002. I had my second ep[isode of hypomanic started 2-3 months ago and it is not getting better. My seroquel has been increased to 800mg qhs and topamax 50mg was added 2 months ago. I am on Cymbalta 60mg QD , Wellbutin XL 300mg QD Trileptal 600 mg BID. Would decreasing my antidepressants help me with my hypomania. I did find your video very informative. thanks DonnaView Thread
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