can you tell me what is a matter with this sentence

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Aperson at a young age, who has the first bipolar disorder, rapid-cycling is more common

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A person at a young age who has the first bipolar disorder rapid -cycling disorder is more common.
asked Nov 27 '13 at 20:53 deborah schuette New member

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Definitions from wikipedia:

- 'bipolar disorder' is a mental illness.

- 'rapid-cycling' is when a subject suffers four or more bipolar disorder episodes in a year.


Your sentence is like a cause/effect statement with two clauses. The two parts need a separating comma. I rearranged a bit to make more sense. (although I do not know whether your assertion is medically correct)

If a person's first bipolar disorder occurs at a young age, rapid-cycling is common.

link comment answered Nov 30 '13 at 02:51 palmer New member

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