I've been talking to her t-doc today and he is seeing her tonight, he said he is going to call her p-doc and talk to her about changing her meds this afternoon. We did see the p-doc a few weeks ago for the anxiety. Her t-doc said that she is now in a prolonged manic state with panic attacks as well.
We had to hospitalize her a few years ago when she had a bad manic state and I hope we never have to go through that again but we are so worried about her mental health and how it is having such a heavy impact on her life. She is such a great kid and it breaks my heart to see her so sick and most people don't understand that her behavior is a result of bp and anxiety.
The school has been great and very flexible but I feel we're running out of options with trying to keep her in the game. She will not meet some of the state requirements for graduation and will most likely need to go to summer school if we can get her in. She is a junior in a small school district.
I'll ask the t-doc to ask her p-doc about how often we need to have her on the antianxiety medication. Georgie Girl, sorry to hear that you were hospitalized but glad to hear that you're doing better. I hope the same for my little girl. Were you in a phosp or general hosp?
Thanks for the suppor and feedback