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Female 21 bipolar depression with panic attacks history of sinisitus 'cough since childhood .had deep dental surgery last year .dsease reappeared after ten years
  imranhaider on 2019-08-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please click the user name and see past thread
And prescription.

imranhaider- you need to give feedback on the homeohelper
Prescription. You need to list all mental and physical issues
AND what you have been taking- complete info will help
People to assist you with better prescriptions.
simone717 last year
I am here to help you dear..

Tell me which type of mood swing do you have?

It is bipolar 1 , bipolar 2 or bipolar 3(cyclothymia)

Which one you have please explain.
loko last year
Hi Imran,

Before you take any advice,
Click the user name of the person. Please look
At their threads listed.

You can go thru the forum posts and
Choose a person that is qualified to help you.

Use your edit button, put the name into your
Headline or make a new thread.
simone717 last year

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