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    Bipolar symptoms vs medication
    An_241935 posted:
    Help, I'm confused.
    We're still trying to get a diagnosis for my teen.
    I 'think' what the therapist is telling me is that when an rx such as Paroxetine and Sertraline ...which is meant to suppress the depression...causes more nervousness/jitters/feeling of climbing the walls..that it's bringing out the manic and it means the person is likely bipolar.

    Is this true??
    Lowry2001 responded:
    it is a psychiatrist that suggested this

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