Our expert says:
It probably wouldn't be related to your bipolar disorder itself, but could be related to one or more of the drugs usually used to treat bipolar disorder. And some meds can produce this sort of effect not immediately, but indeed after you have been on them for some time. So it would be wise to go back to see the doctor who is treating your bipolar disorder for a review of your condition and your medications ; perhaps the cuplrit can be identified, and either something aded to reduce that effect, or swopped for a different medication.
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