I have bipolar disorder with severe manic episodes and endometriosis. I was informed that both diseases are caused by overproducing oxytocin, so I am trying to lower my oxytocin levels. How can I lower my oxytocin levels?
I understand your concern. Bipolar is not caused by oxytocin imbalance. Bipolar is caused by neurotransmitter imbalance or oxytocin and has genetic or heredity factors. I do not think balancing your oxytocin levels can cure or treat your problem. I suggest you to regularly follow up with your doctor and have a mood stabilizer.
I hope this has helped you. Thank you.
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