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Sushant Singh Rajput was facing Bipolar Disorder Claims Psychiatrists

Sushant Singh Rajput

Just when we see Kangana Ranaut trending high for supporting Sushant and asking for a probe in it, we see the reports of psychiatrists also coming out. As per reports, the Bandra Police have called three psychiatrists and one psychotherapist to record their statement on the suicide case of actor Sushant. As per one of the senior psychiatrists, who comes from a top hospital claimed that the actor was suffering from the ailment called bipolar disorder. 

But on the other side, we see the actor facing a tough life ahead but he did not specify the real reason behind his depression. The doctors also claimed that the cops were not taking prescribed medicines and they did not visit more than two to three times. As per the Police, the actor was consulting three psychiatrists since last November 2019. After being diagnosed with depression, he was recommended to consume some medicines which he was taking since the past two months and later gave up.

The senior psychiatrist was the last doctor to be consulted by the late actor. According to him, the late actor was suffering from bipolar disorder. The doctors claimed that Sushant had the habit of changing doctors after consulting for 2 to 3 months. During the lockdown, the actor consulted the other psychiatrist over the phone, however, he did not follow the given advice to him. In 2019, the actor even consulted a known psychotherapist, who happens to be a British national but has his clinic in Mumbai as well. He visited him thrice and got some sessions with him. Such ailment needs proper treatment, claimed the doctor but Sushant failed to get it.

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