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Newly wed wife comes along with her husband to the doctor, complaining that her husband wakes up at 5 in the morning everyday even when going late to the bed last night, always have too many plans to do, once he made, his wife walk for 11 hours at a tourist place and still had non stop plans for the night. he always complain that his wife is lazy, even when wife trying to co-operate beyond her physical and mental limits. Whenever she tried to talk to him, he said "I don't have time to talk" and that "life is too short". At times he also feel hollow and sad. No major complain from his work place, but he had few arguments with his co-workers. He also fears that people in his neighborhood or work place will sue him to gain money or to affect his job. Physical examination is normal. what this man is having?
A mania
B bipolar disorder
C major depression
D delusional disorder
E cyclothymic disorder
F paranoid
G borderline
F antisocial
H narcissistic
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Bipolar disorder most likely
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most probably u are missing somthing . from scenario it seems to be obsessive compulsive PERSONALITY disorder ( not OCD ) there are preoccupation with plans , future, every thing shuld be perfect , thats only my opinion
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Bipolar disorder
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Arranged marriage !
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For bipolar there has to be a major depressive episode too
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I think he has major depression.
He is in depression so he is doing these kind of things.
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He is depressed!
He wakes at 5. . . . . Early morning awakening . . a diagnostic criteria for Depression
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For bipolar there has to be a major depressive episode too
Well said I guess it is a bit of both.
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