"Do You Know The Shocking Truth About Bipolar Medications?"

Dear Friend,

If you are living with bipolar disorder and are on medication for it, or are supporting a loved one who is, then you must read this letter.

If you're not sure that your doctor or psychiatrist told you everything you need to know about your bipolar medications, then I know what you are up against.

I have had so many other supporters of loved ones with bipolar disorder tell me that they have the same problem.

The shocking truth about bipolar medications is that much of what you should be told about them, you're not being told!

In my own case, years ago, I faced the same problem. My mom was on so many different medications, and we just weren't sure if she was taking them right.

We also didn't know anything about her medications, and she didn't seem to know much about them, either.

Apparently, when she saw the doctor the first time, he didn't tell her much, if anything, about the medications he was prescribing for her. He just gave her the prescriptions, and quickly ushered her out of the office, simply saying, "Here, these will help your bipolar disorder."

Being the first time, my mom was intimidated, and afraid to ask questions. She wouldn't have known what questions to ask even if she could!

You may have run across the same thing. Maybe your doctor gave you a brochure or pamphlet on your medication (at most), or some samples, or maybe just the prescription, but probably not much more than that.

There really isn't much a doctor or psychiatrist can do in a short period of time. They may have been rushed, and just wanted to give you your prescription and not able to go into much detail about it.

In my mom's case, she wanted to know, but she didn't even know what she didn't even know. Make sense? Quite simply, she didn't even know what to ask. There were so many things she had to learn the VERY hard way.

One of the Biggest Questions

After all this time of being involved with bipolar disorder (whether I am volunteering, reading comments on my blog, talking to people, reading emails or letters I get, or reading over written material), one of the biggest questions I hear asked is, "Do you know about this medication or that medication, and how do I know if I'm on the right medication?"

Most people who have bipolar disorder or their supporters just don't know the answer to that question for sure.

Neither do therapists, other psychiatrists, doctors, and many other experts. I have been to many support groups and heard experts say, "Every person with bipolar disorder is different, and I can't tell you the answer to that question."

Well, that's true. They can't tell you specifically.

But they can tell you in general.

There are certain things that everyone with bipolar disorder MUST know about their bipolar medications.

You May Have Been Told "You Should Already Know"

If you have been around the "bipolar block," so to speak, and have asked people about your bipolar medication, you have probably either been told a) your doctor should have told you, or b) you should already know.

I have been to many support groups where someone asked the expert or doctor about how they can tell if they are on the right bipolar medication, and the conversation goes something like this: "Well, umm… it's really hard. Everyone with bipolar disorder is different. Your doctor should have gone over this information with you."

If really pressed for an answer…

The doctor usually says, "Well, you need to talk to your own doctor," and then skips over the question quickly because they honestly have no idea.

This is true, but…

There are still things your doctor should have told you about your bipolar medications and may not have!

How I Figured Out The Answer

First, I started with my mom's medications.

I talked to her doctor and found out every medication she was on for her bipolar disorder.

I found out everything I could from him (which, of course, wasn't enough).

Then I researched and researched every single bipolar medication my mom was on, the type, what it was supposed to do, and if my mom should be on it or not.

Then I talked to her doctor again, and we discussed it - what she hadn't been told that she should have been, and what medications she should stay on and which she shouldn't. Finally, we straightened everything out.

Then I had an idea.

First, I would take what I found out from my mom's doctor.

Then I researched and researched some more. Every single bipolar medication by type, and what it's supposed to do. I also thought of every question we never asked the doctor when my mom first went to see him, and everything he should have told us about her medication.

Then I talked to people. Lots of people. And I asked them what they wanted to know about their bipolar medications. What they wish THEIR doctors would have told them.
And I found out the answers.

I wrote everything down. And I mean EVERYTHING.

The most amazing thing was that NOBODY else ever talked about these things!

Not even the simplest thing, like how to manage your medications!

Or the most frightening thing that your doctor absolutely should have told you -the one thing that you should never, ever do without calling him first! I am absolutely shocked that, of all the people I talked to, not one person said that their doctor warned them about this!

The good news is that I have put every bit of information in this e-guide that you need to know about bipolar medications that your doctor may not have told you, and more!

You'll Never Find All This Information In One Place Anywhere

The information in Everything You Need To Know About Bipolar Medications (That Your Doctor May Not Have Told You) comes from real people just like you and me, and a great deal of research on my part.

These come from people on the front line of the battle against bipolar disorder.

You might have been able to find out a little of this information on your bipolar medication. Like I said, maybe your doctor gave you a brochure or something like that (even though most doctors don't).

But you will never find this much information about your bipolar medication all in one place.

You're going to be amazed at how much information is in this easy-to-read guide. Not in the "doctor-speak" your doctor may have used during your visit, but in the simple language we can all understand.

In this guide, you'll learn the answer to one of the most difficult aspects of living with bipolar disorder: What do I need to know about my bipolar medications (that my doctor may not have told me)?

You see, if you or your loved one is taking several medications for your bipolar disorder, it can not only get confusing, but sometimes absolutely overwhelming! What do you take, and when? What does the doctor mean by "morning and evening?" and other such questions can drive you crazy!

But the worst question I hear all the time is, "Why didn't my doctor tell me that?"

To find out how to deal with this question, I put all the information you need to know about your bipolar medications in one place, and answered all your questions, and the questions you wish you had asked your doctor.

I didn't just use my own experience with my mom - I used the information I got from other people, so you could benefit from their experiences as well.

I also used all the many hours and hours of research and all the information I learned so that I could put it into this guide for you. I thought you needed this information on your bipolar medications, and no one was telling you this information!

Some of the things you'll learn in this guide are:

  • The important thing to know about your first medication

  • What a "dosage adjustment" is and why you need to know what it is

  • What to do if a dosage adjustment is too high for you

  • What happens when your first medication doesn't work

  • What if you need more than one medication, and how will you know?

  • What "trial and error" has to do with your bipolar medication

  • A "cookie cutter" doctor? What it means and what you should do if you have one

  • What does a guinea pig have to do with you and your bipolar medications?

  • The many types of bipolar medications and what they are supposed to do
    (and which type are you on?)

  • Is your medication a REAL bipolar medication?

  • What a "drug interaction" is and what to do if you have one

  • What an OTC medication is and what it has to do with bipolar medications

  • How herbal supplements can actually harm you if you're taking bipolar medications

  • Why your doctor should be up on the latest research and how it can hurt you if he/she isn't

  • There are always more side effects than your doctor tells you about! (and why is that?)

  • What common side effects of bipolar medication are, and what to do about them

  • What happens if you don't take your medication exactly as prescribed

  • Did your doctor tell you exactly how long you will have to be on your bipolar medication? (and what you should know if he/she didn't)

  • Will your bipolar medication cure you or not?

  • What "leveling off" of medication means, and how this will affect you (hint: you won't like this)

  • What does "self-medicating" mean, and what happens if you do it? (hint: DON'T!)

  • What happens if you use alcohol with your bipolar medications

  • What about if you have to take painkillers with your bipolar medications? (Your doctor more likely than not didn't tell you about this one!)

  • The #1 medication that can actually CAUSE you to go into a bipolar episode

  • Why would you need blood tests if you're on bipolar medication?

  • How making this mistake with your medications could cost you your life!

  • The statistics about bipolar medications

  • 1 out of 5 people will do this (don't be one of them!)

  • What happens if you go off your medication and then back on it

  • If you replace your medication with herbal remedies or supplements, this could happen

  • Using name brand medication vs. generic medication - what's the difference?

  • How your pharmacist can help you

  • What to do if your insurance won't cover your bipolar medication

  • The 3 most important types of bipolar medication and how they work

  • The 4 main side effects and how to manage them

  • What to do about more serious side effects

  • Responses to bipolar medications

  • What to do if you have an unusual response to a medication

  • Does everyone respond to medication the same way?

  • Why it is so hard to manage your medications

  • 9 specific ways to manage your bipolar medications

  • What to do if you need help with your medications

  • …and much, much more!

You'll find so much information that you just won't believe that nobody has ever told it to you before!

FREE Bonus Report: "How To Stay Productive When Your Medication Changes"

Part of managing your bipolar disorder is the necessity to be on medication. Unfortunately, you need to be on that medication for the rest of your life.

This means that you will have to deal with medication changes at some point.

These changes may include change in dosages of the same medication, going off a medication, adding another medication to your already existing medications, or changing medications altogether.

It's a good thing you have a psychiatrist to help you do that, or it would be overwhelming, wouldn't it?

Still, you have concerns. Like, "Will I still be able to be productive when my medication changes?"

In this guide, I will not only teach you how to stay productive when there are changes in your medication, but how to be productive while managing your bipolar disorder as well.

You really need to read this guide, because everyone who has bipolar disorder will, at some point, go through medication changes, and this information will help you to go through those changes much easier.

Who Is This For?

This is for both the person with bipolar disorder AND their supporter. Both groups of people need this information.

If you are a supporter of a loved one with the disorder, you may think, "This is for my loved one -- I don't need to know this information." That's so far from the truth. In order to be a great supporter, you need to know about medication and bipolar disorder.

Now, if you have bipolar disorder, you might think, "I know everything I need to know about my medications already." I guarantee you don't. I haven't met one person who has bipolar disorder that knows all that is in this guide and can't learn something really critical.

Ok, Dave, So What Is This All Going To Cost Me?

First of all, I want you to change your mind about the word "cost," and think instead of "investment."

It's an investment that is going to SAVE you money. How much is your bipolar disorder costing you being unstable and not well? I know it's a TON. Why do I know? I have a mother with the disorder.

Are you on the right medication? Is your medication working for you? Or have you had to change medications several times, each time costing you more money? Has your doctor been available to you, or has it cost you too much money to see him? Are you able to work, or has each medication change cost you days of being absent from work? Or has your bipolar disorder already cost you your job? Are you paying your bills? All these things are a cost.

This report will be invaluable to you so that you can learn everything you need to know about your bipolar medications, including possible ways to get help if you can't afford them.

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If you decide to keep the guide, take the next 90 days to go through every bit of information I've included in Everything You Need To Know About Bipolar Medications (That Your Doctor May Not Have Told You). Take notes, and practice some of the ways to manage your medications for yourself.

If you don't agree that Everything You Need To Know About Bipolar Medications (That Your Doctor May Not Have Told You) gives you all the information you need to know about your bipolar medications, answers all your questions, and helps you to manage your bipolar medications at home, I demand that you ask for your money back.

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Why am I doing this? Well I want to help people who are dealing with bipolar disorder. I really feel that "the system" has worked against them for so many years and I want to do something about it.

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No matter what anyone else has told you… no matter how negative the "experts" have been… I'm telling you that you CAN find out everything there is to know about your bipolar medications (information that your doctor may not have told you). You can even learn how to manage your own medications at home.

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Your Friend,

David Oliver

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