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PMS & Biopolar
Is it true that if a person is bipolar,she shouldn't have children and what to do if PMS makes her life absolute hell?The psychiatrist said she could never go off the meds (only 26)
It is really a social issue as to whether someone with bipolar disease should or should not have children, i.e. how well controlled is the biploar and would she be able to cope with a family. I have answered your question about PMS in your previous post.
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