Do you have Bi-Polar? Find out what symptoms you may have. Free Bi-Polar Disorder Symptom Checker, Test and Diagnosis.

Do you have Bi-Polar? Find out what symptoms you may have.

Bi-polar is one of the most commonly misdiagnosed disorders in mental health. The idea that individuals cycle from depression to elation is easily misunderstood. The key mistake that is made is that with bi-polar the cycling from depressed to elation is not dependent on external events. For example, a bi-polar person will cycle from manic to depressed without any events happening, and events that do happen in their lives do not speed up or slow down their symptoms.

Someone who had bi-polar will get severely depressed, and it lasts for at least a week but usually for weeks to months at a time. During this time, they are in a constant state of depression, regardless of what is going on in their lives; nothing can bring them out of it, even for a short period of time.

On the other hand, their manic periods are the same. They are not brought on by an event, or stopped by an event. The individual will fall into a manic period for weeks up to months or a year and nothing that happens to them or in their life will change it. An individual who can go from depressed to “super happy” all in one day, or even in a few days, does not have a bi-polar disorder.

To find out if you qualify as having an bi-polar disorder, Click on the button below to take our symptom checker. We use the latest and most accurate clinical questions and tools to accurately determine if you might qualify as having any number of symptoms. If you qualify as having any symptoms we will educate you on what they mean, what to do, and how you can best handle them.

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Please keep in mind that this is not a substitute for medical or psychological treatment in any way and any information gathered is solely for educational purposes.

The symptom checker usually takes between 15-45 minutes to complete, depending on the questions, the user's computer skills, reading speed, and the answers to the questions. Some questions trigger additional questionnaires to complete a more accurate diagnostic picture – these additional questions add to the time required to complete the questionnaire.

Make sure you read the directions at the top of each section prior to answering questions. If you get stuck on a question because you are not sure what the question is asking, there may be additional information on the right side of your screen that may help you answer that particular question. If you are still stuck, please answer the question to the best of your ability – not answering any questions will result in an incomplete diagnosis.

All the information you submit, and the diagnosis results, are completely secure, private and confidential.