Around the age of 14 or 15 (8 years ago), don't remember, I was diagnosed with Schizoaffective Bipolar and ODD. I don't remember the medications they started me off with, but I know I quit when I began to severely lose motor function throughout my body, especially my face, and I wouldn't be able to tell you were I was or how I got to school. At that point, I was on the most medication throughout the entire treatment: effexor, geodon, respiradol, paxil, depakote, trazedone, seraquil. I feel that I was extremely over medicated for my age, and I couldn't tell you very much of what happened at that time. I remember being extraordinarily happy and confident in myself, but I would go from extreme highs to extreme lows. Eventually I quit taking the medication, because like I said above, I couldn't remember anything and I was unable to perform the most menial tasks, such as holding a conversation because I couldn't control my jaw. Ever since then I have felt that I have extreme difficult, no matter how well I know what I'm talking about, expressing my thoughts the way I think them. As soon as I go to speak a sentence, my entire train of thought just slips away from me. This happens very, very often. I don't know what I should do. I know that quitting cold turkey all those years ago was probably a bad idea, but I felt that I was going to die if I didn't. Are there treatments that I could possibly undergo to rehabilitate or stimulate the neurotransmitters that seem to not function inside my noggin?