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(BBC)   Having the flu during pregnancy may or may not increase risk of bipolar syndrome, but we're not sure just yet   (bbc.co.uk) divider line 2
    More: Interesting, Columbia University Medical Center, NHS Foundation Trust, flu  
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2013-05-09 01:54:14 PM  
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rostit: Daeva: The VA is lucky in its ability to do that, but in the clinic i work in insurance wont pay for treating X symptoms, just X disorder with XYZ choices in medication and while im doing a diagnosis  i know the difference between saying bipolar and borderline personality with mood disturbence is either taking lexapro/celexa/prozac+ rimeron/depekote+ thorazine/halidol+ klonopine VS just taking Saphris, +maybe a sleep aid. It suddenly becomes very important as to rather or not your experienceing either one, or the other.

wait.  you WORK in mental health?

this totally reinforces my belief that most people with heavy duty disorders work in mental health jobs....


"Work in" like the tards pushing carts or breaking down boxes for the compactor. If this person truly had a job in mental health they would understand more about bi-polar which their comments clearly indicate otherwise.

Being prescribed a medicine cabinet doesn't make you an expert in the prescribing.
2013-05-09 10:53:31 AM  
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Pregnant women don't have to have the flu to exhibit symptoms of being bipolar.
 
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