Our expert says:
Sounds like i'd be a reall good idea to get a second opinion from a second psychiatrist. ( and if the diagnosis and treatment has been from a GP, then it is ESSENTIAL that she see a psychiatrist for a properly expert re-assessment - possible bipolar disorder is too complex a condition to be left entirely to GP care.
There are other possible diagnoses ; but there is also a very real possibility that she is on too high a dose of one or more of her meds, which can cause exactly the sort of symptoms you describe.
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