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#101 Stickler



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Posted 10 June 2014 - 08:56 PM

I was trying to figure out if I was possibly DID or not.

This brings up an interesting question to me -- is it possible to be DID and NOT know it?
I wasn't allowed to know for 38 years.
If they don't want you to know or think you are not ready, you won't be allowed to realize, I don't think.

Edited by Stickler, 10 June 2014 - 08:58 PM.

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#102 larali



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Posted 06 August 2014 - 08:26 PM

I got 28, mostly because of my skin picking disorder.



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#103 dragonfly23


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Posted 16 October 2014 - 12:39 PM

DX Bipolar II, Anxiety disorder, idiopathic movement disorder, 2 cerebral cavernous hemangiomas, hypertension
Current: Seroquel 400, Lamcital 100 and .50 mg lorazepam twice daily PRN, benazipril HTC
Prior: gabapentin, zoloft, prozac, viibryd, Brintellix,Xanax,klonopin, alcohol, your meds

#104 LesMis4



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Posted 16 October 2014 - 10:34 PM


Dx: Bipolar II, GAD, Social Anxiety, Panic Disorder

Rx: Klonopin .5mg 2x/day. Latuda 40mg/day. For other issues: Clonodine .1mg 2x/day. and Hydroclorothiazide 12.5 mg 1x/day, Vitamin D

#105 crtclms


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Posted 16 October 2014 - 11:34 PM

Augh. These tests are meaningless. Everyone dissociates. And what time period of my life am I supposed to use as my parameters? My life today, or my life when I was untreated for PTSD? If I count my symptoms from then, I score a lot higher than I do now.


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Rx: Alprazolam; Botox; Buproprion; Dihydroergotomine via IV Infusion; Flexeril; Lamotrigine; Latuda; Lithium; Metoclopramide; Midrin; Migranal; Potassium Citrate; Prilosec; Promethazine; Riboflavin; Tizanidine; Verapamil; Vitamin D3
Currently Shelved: Abilify; Amerge; Anaprox; Atenolol; Buspar; Cafergot; Cymbalta; Depakote; Di-Hydro-ergotamine, injected; Gabapentin; Geodon; Imitrex Tablets; Klonopin; Maxalt; Namenda; Nortriptyline; Norvasc; Propranolol; Prozac; Risperidone; Relpax; Sansert; Sumatriptan injectables; Tegretol; Trazadone; Zoloft; Zolpidem; Zomig; Zonegran

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#106 MrBipolar



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Posted 17 October 2014 - 08:57 PM

I got a 36 and have never been diagnosed with a dissociative disorder, though I have discussed these things with my therapist and doctor.  I'll have to bring this up in my next session.  Though since I've been treated for my other MI I've experienced less dissociation symptoms, but they're still there occasionally.  I still have times when I don't recognize myself in the mirror.  It feels very disconcerting.

#107 Stickler



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Posted 18 October 2014 - 12:12 AM

...In retrospect, I was going into grocery stores, and coming out of grocery stores...and the space between got REALLY blurry.

Then when loading the car I would find I had not bought half the stuff I went to the store for.  Also there would be items I did not remember picking out or paying for, yet here they were.

Kitchen gadgets.



Now I know one of the 6-year-olds was having ooh shinies and buying kitchen gadgets, because she had an easy-bake oven, and WOW did she love her easy-bake oven! And she wanted to make CAKES!  and COOKIES!

This wound us up with some interesting random cooking stuff at the car.  Which somehow felt IMPORTANT. :huh:


Never too late for all of us in here to have happy childhoods, I guess...

Edited by Stickler, 18 October 2014 - 12:14 AM.

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