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Hi everyone. My first discussion started! I was diagnosed with BP 1 March 15 and have been struggling to get stable since. I was OK for about 5 months from December 15 to April this year. That was on 100mg Quetiapine. I went down to 75mg as I was feeling 'OK' but then crashed about 2 weeks later. Since 17th May I have lost all interest in life, can't / don't want to take my son, eating for Scotland (crisps, sweets etc.) at all funny times, sleeping between 12-14 hours a day, like, right through. I am in Scotland and it is very difficult to get an NHS phsychiatrist. I was so deperate I went to the Accident and emergency unit begging for an appointment. Saw a night doctor and he put me up to 150mg Quetiapine a month ago but doesn't seem to have done anything with my mood. I have pretty bad money problems too and can't handle looking at any of it. I don't want to speak to or contact my friends and then think I have not one friend in the world and no one cares if I live or die. Is this normal for BP depression? Anyone else feel like this. I have no life and it seems like I never will.
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