Lyrica for Bipolar disorder treatment

We have 866 consumer reports for treatment of Bipolar disorder with Lyrica. Bipolar disorder used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Bipolar disorder for Lyrica

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
162.41
216.05

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
6′

Average age
47
60

Lyrica Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 866 reported about Bipolar disorder

  1. Carmen J. Finn says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Water storages; Bipolar disorder; High blood pressure

    Unfortunately, antidepressants do not show the desired effect or only briefly. For about 4 years I react massively with water retention in the whole body. Hands, legs, feet and face are swollen early on. For about 1 year I am reacting to new drugs with acute respiratory distress, I have the feeling my legs buck at any moment and of course I am afraid of any new tablet (whether painkillers or new drug) I get every 4 weeks vitamin D and folic acid injected. I generally feel better afterwards, that is to say, I have only slight depressive moods, more drive and drive. But after every injection my tongue swells up after 10 minutes, after about half an hour I feel like I have only cotton wool in my head, my legs get heavy and I stand somehow beside me. 3 hours later, it feels like my trachea is slamming and I’m having trouble breathing. I always react quite heavily to medication, need only small doses and sometimes react paradoxically. In a psychiatric hospital, I got a spray because of lack of air during the creeping in of a drug, which should help me to be able to breathe normally again. After taking the spray I was able to breathe again, but I was also in the mania swung and totally unable to move. The whole took an hour. A nurse sat by my bed. Otherwise no one would have believed me. Now I do not know what to do about taking new medicines. I do not even dare to take a painkiller. Could there be a drug allergy?