Another episode from Keener's experiences of withdrawal from effexor. This is a story worth following. I know some of you are reading each section. If you've missed the first installments you can pick them up here: Part 1 and 2 here and part 3 here, and part 4 here, and part 5 here. The alternative... Continue Reading →
An excerpt from an article on Medical News Today: They found that over 25% of the patients with bipolar disorder had initially had their condition misdiagnosed as unipolar depression. Misdiagnosis often occurs because the symptoms of bipolar disorder overlap with depression and other psychiatric disorders. However, misdiagnosis can cause serious problems. For example, if people... Continue Reading →
Back at you Susan. Be sure to see the video she dedicated to me.