Are Multiple Sclerosis, Thyroidits, Fibromyalgia, Bipolar, Borderline Personality Disorder and Meniere's Diseases at all connected?

Rare combination. It is highly unusual for one person to suffer from all these conditions. Thus you will need to get these conditions confirmed by the appropriate specialists. To start- neurologist, rheumatologist, and psychiatrist.
The only way the. health challenges you mention can be all connected is if they occur in the same person. If so, please see the appropriate specialist for each disorder, i.e., neurologist, endocrinologist, and mental health professional. Your family doc can help you keep this all coordinated. Peace and good health,

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I'm having trouble getting aroused. I have mental issues like borderline personality disorder and bipolar disorder. Is that a possible reason? Tips?

Certainly. It is possible that you are depressed as part of bipolar or borderline pd or loss of libido could be a side effect of psychiatric meds for those conditions. Talk to your prescribing doctor and take cars. Read more...

When should I tell someone I'm dating that I have bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder?

If It's Important. If you are involved in a casual relationship then there may be no need to discuss this issue. However, if you see this relationship becoming more serious, and if you want this person to have a meaningful role in your life, then you need to tell him/her. Read more...

What is the difference between bipolar type 2 vs borderline personality disorder?

Mood swing duration. The two conditions have a lot of overlap although the more important distinctions are that bipolar disorder type two would imply that the patient will have changes in mood that would last weeks including either hypomania or depressed mood as opposed to changes in mood in the same day. Additionally, patients with borderline personality disorder are excessively reactive to closeness or abandonment. Read more...
Borderline. Intense fear of abandonment, being manipulative, impulsivity, a tendency to think of people and things in all good or all bad terms, self mutilating behaviors, drug and alcohol abuse, sexual impulsivity, a profoundly disturb sense of self, and extreme emotional volatility. Bipolar disorder is characterized by extreme mood swings from deep depression to hypomania, or to the stratosphere of mania. Read more...

Can you please tell me about some great therapy techniques for bipolar and borderline personality disorder?

Dialectic beh ther. Hello, a good type of therapy for borderline personality disorder is called "dialectical behavior therapy." it teaches the patient to use mindfulness, distress tolerance and interpersonal effectiveness to deal with the negative effects of having the disorder. Medication can help with bipolar disorder. Consult with a psychiatrist. Read more...

How common is it for someone to have borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, and antisocial personality disorder?

Statistics. Estimates regarding the prevalence of borderline personality disorder (bpd) in the general population have suggested a 1 – 2% rate of lifetime occurrence (apa, 2000). The nmih cites that the prevalence of bipolar in adults in the us is 2.6% and antisocial personality disorder to be at 1%. If you have concerns about any or all of these, seek help. Doctors are trained to help and not judge. Best. Read more...
Complicated. There is high "comorbidity" (co-occurrence) of personality disorders (pds) so it is common for someone to get diagnosed with more than one pd. Bipolar is complicated... Many patients with borderline pd get misdiagnosed as "bipolar ii" by psychiatrists who do not really understand pds. On the other hand, if a person has bipolar disorder, they may be at increased risk of developing a pd as well. Read more...
Diagnosis. This is quite unlikely. Also, any of these diagnoses should be made by a seasoned psychiatrist, as these diagnoses are incredibly serious and can have some overlap. Read more...

Do I have some kind of bipolar disorder or something similar? My dad has anger problems. My mom is dyslexic. My sister has bipolar and borderline personality disorder. My family is basically messed up. My sister and I are very similar. We have both been t

Hello, . Hello, bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder can have a number of common features. It is often difficult for psychiatrists to differentiate between the two. I recommend that you dont' try to self- label. If you are cutting yourself, you feel depressed, have marked mood swings and feel like you have more than one identity, it is really important that you are getting professional help. Your psychaitrist or psychologist can provide you with information about your diagnosis after a comprehensive assessment is completed. Take care. Read more...
Can't say for sure. What i can say is that there would appear to be a strong family history of mental illness. Getting evaluated by a professional is the only sure way to know and then get help. Read more...

Is bipolar disorder a more extreme form of borderline personality disorder?

No - Different. Bipolar disoder and bpd share some common characteristics, primarily problems with unpredictable mood swings. However, bpd is primarily a problem in terms of how a person views relationships and his/her own place in the world. Bipolar disorder is primarily a problem with the mood. This can cause relationship problems, but the focus in on the mood related problems. Read more...
Bipolar/Borderline. Bipolar do is a mood disorder classified as primary diagnosis on axis 1 of our mental disorders manual. Borderline personality is a personality disorder & a separate issue, being placed on axis 2 diagnoses in our manual. The two, however, can coexist in the same individual. Read more...
BPD. Bipolar is a mood disorder, while bpd is a personality disorder, although the 2 can be diagnosed in the same person, bipolar as a primary diagnosis on axis 1 , & bpd on axis 2 . Read more...
Bipolar. No. Bipolar disorder boils down to severe mood swings. BPD is all about volcanic emotions, a disturbed sense of self, self-mutilation, impulsivity, thinking of people/things as all good or all bad, and manipulativeness. There are some cursory similarities between the two disorders, but that's all. Read more...