Our expert says:
There are no limits on how low the low ( or how high the high ) might be. Its not clear whether Bipolar Disorder has been properly diagnosed, as it should be, by a proper expert ) a psychiatrist or psychologist ) or whether you have made the diagnosis yourself. A GP may be able to suspect the diagnosis, but should then refer someone to see a proper expert for confirmation of the diagnosis and proper guidance as to how best to manage it.
DO, urgently, se a psychiatrist or psychologist for a proper assessment and a discussion of treatment options ; and if you have seen one, see them again for re-assessment and make sure you fully inform them about how you have been feeling.
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