Posted by Shy_Girl on April 24, 2005, at 17:56:31
In reply to Re: Borderline stigma » Shy_Girl, posted by Dinah on April 23, 2005, at 21:05:57
>Have you read about BPD and the pysostigmine challenge?
Nope, I'll have to look it up.
> And if you concentrate on the physical factors of emotional lability, you'll realize there's no reason to feel any differently about it than someone with Bipolar.
Hmmm...I can somewhat control my emotions, the enironment controls it. They are exogenous?? is that the word? Is that the same as in bipolar mood swings? I don't think I've ever really "switched" on SSRIs before. I've been maybe hypomanic, and agitated before, but they don't cause me problems. Anyways, my pdocs doesn't feel the need to give me mood stabilizers. She agrees that I'm not bipolar. I haven't asked her about what she thinks of the bipolar spectrum though. I trust her decision to not give me a mood stabilzer or anti-psychotic.