How would someone do that? Or who would do that? Could there be small amounts in some other medication?
My parent would do that, they always impose their ideas on me this time they probably chose to do cheating. I live with them, and they cook for me. In this part of the world this is super normal.
...and currently I am not taking any medicine whatsoever, once or twice in a month, I took sleeping pills!
for the record, I am 24, I was doing great last 8 months, without any single days of depression once I moved from withdrawal effect of meds.
...and I started to believe choosing to start bipolar med was a bad choice for me, it was just a depression, or some psycological breakdown due to a certain bad events.
Well, if you know it's in your body, ask them! No good excuse for that!
one of my clinical psycologist friend passed these keyword for this: obsessive thought, delusion.
When you don't like them
when you don't feel comforable around them
When you feel like they are no longer listening to you, and you feel that they don't have your best interest at hand. I just went through this very same thing.
I would tell mine what was going on with me and I feel numb and empty that one of my medications that we were adjusting would make me tired and groggy and i would be confused all the time and he kept upping it. Things just got worse, so i determined
He was not listing to me at all. Also did not show any interest in getting me tested for ADHD or seeing about PTSD or BPD features onto my diagnosis.
So, I sought out like you did advice from other people. With that decided to seek out a new one. Shortly after because of the medication changes he made i ended up in the hospital where they fixed my medications and i feel ton better.
I see my new one next week for the first time. So hopefully she is a better fit than the last one.
Sorry for the story, but figured it might be helpful. But if your gut is telling you something is off i would look for another one to see and get a second opinion. It couldnt hurt
@Ash thanks for the story, I needed it.