The first thing that comes to mind is, WHY IS SHE TAKING AN ANTI-DEPRESSANT FOR BP? Many times an anti-depression pill can work, but if she has been on three and they have not been successful, hasn't her doctor prescribed her with any actual Bipolar disorder medications? And very very very few are used alone; most anti-depressants with BP patients are used with usually mood stabilizers. Anti-depressants alone with people with BP can really do some damage on her mind (not critically speaking, of course). Talk to her doctor IMMEDIATELY if you are able to do so. I am no doctor, but the sounds of it is that her anti-depressant drugs that are being used alone are causing her some trouble.
"Stability is a place bipolar people only visit"
Bipolar II, rapid cycler, severe depression/hypomania, severe anxiety, and lifesaver- Shadley's Titan, nine-year-old reg. Quarter Horse Gelding.
Past: Depakote, Lexapro
Current: Lamictal, Abilify, Buspirome, Minocycline, omega 3, probiotics