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It is difficult to determine if you are suffering from a form of bipolar, which includes depression and hypomania (not fully manic, but times of high energy, high spending). However, you certainly meet the criteria for an anxiety disorder, which may mimic the "highs" of bipolar disorder. In either case, you are clearly suffering from your worrying and it sounds like more treatment is necessary.
Although the internet has many tests for bipolar disease, it can only be accurately diagnosed by a health profession. You need to see a psychiatrist for a full evaluation. At the very least, your anxiety can be treated, but it is possible that a diagnosis of bipolar disorder is also accurate here, in which case you will need additional treatment.
Stop putting yourself in the position of trying to diagnose yourself - it is impossible! Make an appointment and set your mind at ease.
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I have seen a therapist since May and she has said that I wasn't bipolar, but why do I worry so much about it. It seems I rotate from fear of going crazy, to fear of hurting someone, to fear of losing interest in things, to fear of being bipolar. Why all of the fears? I do still function well in society and work. It just seems to be always ruminating in my head.
The worrying is generalized anxiety disorder. You should see adoctor for this and get appropriate treatment.
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