First of all the Psychiatrist spoke with me for all of 30 minutes and ended up prescribing me Lamictal for bipolar II. I have had depression because of life problems but I have never had it without a cause, nor have I ever experience a single manic moment. My father convinced her of all these things that aren't true.. He lied saying that my friends called him and told him I was acting wierd when they truly did not. I live on campus, none of my friends even have his number, and he doesn't even know any of my friends. When I confronted him about this, he said I am just trying to get you on medicine that will help you. He told me if I don't take the medicine then he is going to kick me on the streets. I don't think he is truly worried for me. I am really worried. I feel I need to leave here. I don't want to take the medicine because it may cause suicidal thoughts, depression, and more seriously a deadly rash. The rash may kill you even if you stop the medication. I would rather be depressed on and off then to have the chance of this side effect. They are trying to force me to take the medication. I don't know what to do because I have no place to live.. But I am normal and I don't feel I want to die.. Why would someone try to force medication on someone when there is no problem seriously effecting their life?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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