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I want to know if i have bi polar. I''m up and down in my moods all the time, o can be ok one minute then the next i flip out for the slightest thing. I''m very impatient and if i have to wait a long time for something i start to get moody and aggressive. If im driving and the slightest thing annoys me i start driving recklessly and i can feel my blood boil and shake and get angry. I spend money i havent got. I have totally gone off sex with my partner but put that down to losing my libido after having my daughter, but could this be because of my depression. I feel worthless, very paranoid and just generally really down in the dumps, i have never attempted suicide but have wished i was dead alot. Please help mei want to enjoy my life as i''m only 23
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replied June 21st, 2017
It looks like you have described text book symptoms associated with bipolar disorder.

But it is not possible to make a diagnosis online as in most cases, even normal stress can induce people to act out and have such symptoms.

It would be best that you consult with a psychiatrist and undergo proper counselling and this may help to provide you the help you need.


I hope this helps.


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