Don't know about a bi polar test - but when I was a kid I had to have very large injections of antibiotics through an IV line (because of an op) I
could really feel the difference in temp as the fluid was pushed in - thought it was really cool as it travelled along and equalised with my body
temp. Is that the sort of thing you mean?
It's possible, if not conventional.
I think I had the test BEFORE I spoke to the psychiatrist.
I don't even remember what was said.
But, I DO know that my mind has the ability to block things out. It's happened before.
I've had to drink cold yucky chalky stuff that makes your inside get highlighted for MRI's... could it be the same stuff injected in your blood
stream?? But I can't see why that would be the case if there wasn't scan involved..
I didn't know there was medical test/procedure for bipolar disorder. I was always under the assumption it was diagnosed via physchological
Worldwatcher, I'm not sure if it was for bi-polar, it could have been for depression.
We weren't told what it was.
I don't remember much about it, except that on the way home, I had to get my mom to stop at a store because I had to throw up.( I just remembered
I know of no medical procedure that can be done intravenously to determine mental illness. The brain chemical distribution is so small and diffuse.
The only way I know of determining bipolar or similar disturbance is by pschiatric evaluation.
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