March 2009
Reactions Weekly;3/14/2009, Issue 1243, p40
Case Study
The article presents a case study of a 27-year-old woman with bipolar I disorders who had been asymptomatic for 18 months while receiving carbamazepine and risperidone. The patient started receiving sibutramine for obesity. She presented with irritability, increased energy and frenzied activity after two weeks. Her condition improved when sibutramine was withdrawn and clonazepam was introduced.


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