Wow . . . you really do have a dilema. I have no training, just life experience. If you feel that your life is in possible danger than you need to act on that. Have you asked your husband or the mental health professional if you could sit in on some visits (for part of the time) or visit seperately from your husband in addition to his visits?? Like Randy told you, I don't think they can divulge personal information, but I believe there is some legal responsiblity if the patient confides that they want to cause harm to someone. This may vary from State to State (if you are in the US). The fact that the doctor increases hubby's meds each time may be because it is extremely hard on your body to start out at high doses of some drugs. . . but only the doctor could tell you exactly what his/her intentions are. Keep asking questions and do act on your gut feeling that you may be in harm's way. Better to be safe than sorry.
Do keep us posted. You are in my prayers Moepie, if that's ok with you.
In His Grip,
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