Our expert says:
Problems, including dependency and difficulties in stopping the meds, can occur with Rohypnol and all of its many relatives.
Maybe it'd be wise to see a different psychiatrist for a second opinion. Once a psychiatrist has suggested a medication, the repeat prescriptions could be written by your GP, and you wouldn't have to see the shrink every month. A full assessmnt is needed, taking into account the biplar diagnosis and the other meds, too. I"m relieved to hear you don't plan to do a Michael Jackson - hopefully his odd doctor will soon be rather too busy to take another case, anyway
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