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Bipolar I Disorder Bipolar II Disorder Cyclothymic Disorder Substance/medication-induced bipolar Bipolar and related disorder related to another medical condition Specified bipolar Unspecified bipolar DSM-5
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Bipolar I At least one week-long manic episode that result in excessive activity or energy Manic episodes may alternate with depression May have periods of time that are symptom free May Experience Psychosis during manic episodes Hallucinations, delusions, disturbed thoughts Diagnosing Criteria
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Also need to have 3 of the following: Extreme drive and energy Inflated sense of self-importance Drastically reduced sleep requirements Excessive talking combined with pressured speech Personal feeling of racing thoughts Distraction by environmental events Unusually obsessed with and over-focused on goals Purposeless arousal and movement Dangerous activities such as indiscriminate spending, reckless sexual encounters, or risky investments Diagnosing Criteria
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Bipolar II Current or past hypomania episode And Current or past major depressive episode But No mania episode
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