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Is It Bipolar I or Unipolar Depression?

If an individual with bipolar depression is treated with an antidepressant medication, especially in the absence of a co-prescribed mood stabilizer (eg, lithium or divalproex), there is a risk for destabilizing the patient’s mood into a manic state, a manic state with mixed features, or a depressive state with mixed features, all of which can result in considerable morbidity and possibly mortality. Additionally, chronic antidepressant treatment in a patient with bipolar disorder can accelerate mood instability



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