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    1. Bipolar Disorder: Hypomanic Episodes - What Increases Your Risk

      Your child's risk of developing bipolar disorder or other mood disorders increases.

    2. Bipolar Disorder in Children and Teens - Home Treatment

      Home treatment is important in bipolar disorder.

    3. Bipolar Disorder: Preventing Manic Episodes

      The more you know about bipolar disorder, the better you will be able to cope with this lifelong illness. There are many steps that you can take-or help a loved one take-to recognize and better manage manic episodes.Learn the warning signs of a manic episode and get early treatment to avoid disruption in your life.At the same time each day, record your mood and any symptoms.Take medicines as ...

    4. Bipolar Disorder: Hypomanic Episodes - Health Tools

      Healthwise information provided on managing a manic episode in adolescents.

    5. Bipolar Disorder: Hypomanic Episodes - Topic Overview

      Several conditions regularly occur along with bipolar disorder that initially may share some of the same features. Conditions that might be present along with bipolar disorder in children and adolescents include: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder,a behavioral condition in which people have trouble paying attention,may be more active than normal,and tend to act without thinking. ...

    6. Bipolar Disorder in Children and Teens - Medications

      Although your family doctor can prescribe medications to treat bipolar disorder, you will probably be referred to a psychiatrist, who is trained specifically in the medications used to treat mental disorders.

    7. Antipsychotics for the Treatment of Bipolar Disorder

      Drug details for Antipsychotics for the treatment of bipolar disorder.

    8. Bipolar Disorder: Hypomanic Episodes - Exams and Tests

      There are no lab tests for bipolar disorder. Instead, your doctor will ask detailed questions about your symptoms.

    9. Bipolar Disorder: Hypomanic Episodes - What Happens

      Often the first signs of bipolar disorder are severe moodiness, unhappiness, or other symptoms of depression.

    10. Bipolar Disorder: Hypomanic Episodes - What Happens

      With bipolar disorder, you alternate between episodes of depression and mania. In between, you may return completely to normal or have some remaining symptoms.

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