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    Anon_81448 posted:
    I have bipolar 1 mixed. I am on a host of meds including lithium 1500mg,
    lamictal 300mg, Zoloft 200mg, zyprexa 20mg and was just taken off klonopin and put on Xanax 4 mg daily. Yet I still have some anxiety and ppanic attacks. I'm not sure what's going on especially being on this much
    medication.

    Maybe Dr. Goldberg can lend his thoughts.
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    bpcookie responded:
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    Please join my community called GRUMPY GROUPIES (scroll down/Related Mental Health Communities/More/click). Fun and serious topics, nothing is taboo. So get on over there. Weirdo's are welcomed.
     
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    Joseph F Goldberg, MD replied to bpcookie's response:
    This thread was already addressed.

    Dr. G.


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