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Posted by: Blah | 2007/05/28

BPD

Hi,
Is it possible to have both bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder? If so how would the they affect each other?

Thanks for you help.

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It's allowed ! The interaction could be very complex and hard to predict, and would surely vary greatly from person to person.

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Posted by: Blah | 2007/05/28

Ah Ok, thanks, but how would that affect one another

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Posted by: Hopper. | 2007/05/28

BPD normally co-exists with another mood or mental disorder. That's why it's called borderline.

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