Host of Ailments with Bipolar Disorder

I’ll list the ailments I have first and come back to elaborate them:

1)a) Bipolar Disorder
Mood Swings & Dangerous of Psychosis if lack of sleep.

b) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
I have very bad PTSD.

c) OCD-Intrusive Thoughts & False Beliefs
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Note: Not False Memories

d) Schizophrenia-False Beliefs

e) Anxiety & Panic Disorder + Impulsive Thoughts Disorder

This becomes bad during Relapse for me before sleep & after waking up. But when I’m well I get some of these in public transports, during acupuncture or massage sessions where I can’t move.

f) Insomnia

Couldn’t sleep due to stress and causing Bipolar Disorder to relapse.

Due to Sodium Valproate for treatment of Bipolar Disorder.

3) Diabetes
Due to Antipsychotics for treatment of Bipolar Disorder. Currently on Seroquel.

4) I have Peegasm from constant need to urine even before I’m diagnosed with diabetes. I get constant shocks when I need to pee urgently.

5) Dementia
Medicine like Seroquel & Olanzapine cannot be taken by the elderly and taking it long term for treatment can cause Dementia in old age.

6)Fibromyalgia is a common and chronic syndrome that causes bodily pain and mental distress.-Refered from link below. My right side of body from eye to knee is always in pain.

7) Fatigue

Could be due to Bipolar Medication or other causes like cancer. Will check it out.

Update: Due to Lack of Potassium, was given Potassium Chloride pills at MDU IMH, cannot take in excess as will cause Cardiac Arrest. I suspect it’s due to my Diabetic medication which cause long and heavy menses and back pain has since stop taking Trajenta and controlling diet and exercise myself. I had a previous case of Lack of Potassium in 2017 was given Potassium Salt.

8) It’s often linked to a buildup of pressure inside your eye. Glaucoma tends to be inherited and may not show up until later in life. The increased pressure, called intraocular pressure, can damage the optic nerve, which transmits images to your brain. If the damage continues, glaucoma can lead to permanent vision loss.

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