Best Psychiatrists For Bipolar Disorder In Islamabad

Dr. Faisal Farid

Psychiatrist

MBBS, MRCPsych (UK), CCT General and Adult Psychiatry (UK), Diploma Clinical Neuro psychiatry (UK)

Consultant

  • Experience: 18 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 122
  • Fee: 2000

Dr. Syed Salahuddin Babur

Psychiatrist

MBBS, MCPS (Psychiatry), Ph. D. (Psychiatry), MPH, MBA (Health Management), M.Sc. (Family Med)

Professor

  • Experience: 33 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 25
  • Fee: 2000
  • Available Today

Dr. Aliya Khalid

Psychiatrist

MBBS, MRC psychiatry (London, UK)

Consultant

  • Experience: 13 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 73
  • Fee: 1500
  • Available Today

View Hospital/Clinic Timings: Ali Medical Centre

Dr. Beena Mamoon

Psychiatrist

MBBS, MRCPsych (UK), Diplomat Clinical Psychiatry (Ire), Clinical Fellow Psychiatry (UK)

Consultant

  • Experience: 10 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 13
  • Fee: 2500
  • Available Today

Frequently Asked Questions

You can book appointment by calling at 042-32591427 or 0311-1222398. You can also book online by choosing an available date and time slot on the profile of doctor. There are no extra charges for booking through Marham.

In our daily life, we interact with different people. During normal talking, they become happy or sad. Suddenly they changed their mood. These mood swings sustain persistently. These are the signs of bipolar disorder. So what is bipolar disorder, its symptoms and risk factors? Bipolar disorder is also known as manic depression. In this disorder, the individual showed high and low mood changes. Symptoms of this disorder showed in the periods.

Mood swings between happiness and sadness are normal for most people. The difference between normal mood swings and bipolar disorder is that bipolar symptoms are more severe. But also strong mood swings do not necessarily indicate a bipolar disorder. Children and adolescents with attention deficit syndrome with attention deficit syndrome (ADHD) may have disturbing mood swings. Mood swings can be more common during pregnancy or menopause.

According to NIMH, most people with this disease develop during late puberty or early adolescence. However, it can also develop young people and younger children. Diagnosing children and adolescents can be even more difficult as their symptoms may not fully meet the diagnostic criteria. Children and adolescents with bipolar disorder often have mental or behavioral problems such as attention-deficit / hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), making it difficult to diagnose bipolar disorder.

Show More