I have been tested and treated for mental health issues including bipolar disorder and ADHD, and depression for the past two and half years. I continue to get worse. I am tired all the time, confused, unable to work or keep my house straight, or do anything I enjoy hardly. I was once a high-fuctioning person, then one day I began to feel depressed and lost. In December of 2008, I began to feel an uncomfortable lump in my upper left abdomen. In April of 2009, an ultrasound revealed i had a swollen spleen. A CT scan revealed venous pressure in the liver, called portal hypertension. I have an appointment with a hepatologist soon. The oddity is that I have no other signs of liver damage, no cirrhosis or hepatits. I do not drink or abuse drugs. The effects though are really weighing me down. I cannot think straight. I cannot wake up in the mornings. I want to sleep all day. I cannot function properly and it is driving me insane and I cannot imagine what it is doing to my family. Has anyone ever been through any of this and what can I do to counter these effects? Is there anything? Is there a solution?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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