Would you have Psychosis when you have Opiate withdrawal?
Summary: there is no Psychosis reported by people with Opiate withdrawal yet.
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Opiate withdrawal can be treated by Suboxone, Methadone Hydrochloride, Subutex, Clonidine Hydrochloride, Buprenorphine Hydrochloride, Methadose. (latest reports from 776 Opiate Withdrawal patients)
Psychosis has been reported by people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, high blood pressure, epilepsy. (latest reports from 567 Psychosis patients)
On Jan, 29, 2015: No report is found.
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- Has long term clonazepam use caused you seemingly irreversible psychosis, for which you were given an antipsychotic? if so, were you able to get off of the antipsychotic and clonazepam? how? (1 answer)
Started clonazepam around 2002. In 2007, I was hospitalized (I'm not sure what the doctors were thinking) and I was given an antipsychotic as well, and maybe another medication. My psychiatrist lowered and eliminated all my medication in 2011 and 2012, and each time was hospitalized and again given an antipsychotic and Depakote. Soon before one hospitalization, I remember seeing smoke coming out of someone's mouth (and I don't think he was smoking - I think I was on the subway). I think I was hallucinating. It seems like the clonazepam may have caused permanent psychosis. My psychiatrist thinks my anxiety caused the psychosis. I wonder if maybe my rage towards my father has something to do with it. What would you recommend to help permanently get off of these drugs? Have you had clonazepam cause you such psychosis?
- Does anyone have any advice for someone going through suboxone withdrawal that has hepatitis c?
My husband is going through Suboxone withdrawal right now. I read that the virus replicates during withdrawal because of the stress that the immune system is under. Does anyone have any experience with this, or any advice? I want to make this as easy and safe an experience as possible. Thank you!
- I've been prescribed ativan and clonidine (or kapvay) is it safe to take together?
I've been going through heel with feelings of: skin crawling, chills, panic attacks, feeling like I'm high on caffeine, diarrhea, I can't sleep ... you get the picture ...
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- Zoloft & klonipin created a horrible psychosis
Causes psychosis, bipolar anxiety and seizures. Violence happens on all psychiatric drugs. Curing psychosis and deafness took the complete abandonment of psychiatry.
- Psychotic episode post amiodarone
83 year old female post amiodarone and pacemaker insertion had acute episode of psychosis, memory loss, became delusional. Symptoms were primarily targeted to live in daughter. Psychosis became somewhat dormant with frequent exacerbation and eruptions. This patient was previously intact emotionally and fully functional. The condition became chronic and disrupted the family. A sad outcome upsetting the children of the patient with resulting alienation and estrangement per patient's request.
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Comments from related studies:
From this study (3 months ago):
Was taking 165 mg methadone. reduced to 55mg within 7 months. Onset of paranoid schizophrenia. Increased back to 70 mg methadone and now taking zyprexa and haloperiol. Can the paranoid schizophrenia be a result of the methadone reduction (possible too rapidly) and if so, can I expect the condition to be permanent or temporary. How do I now get off methadone and the antipsycotics. Dr. has suggested that I might have xxy syndrome...dont know if that is significant.
From this study (3 months ago):
All my joints hurt and am developing tendinitis in my shoulders.
From this study (4 months ago):
my husband got tattoos on hands that say sick fuck tattoos on arms of needles and other Goes to alano club all day long Goes to 3 + aa meetings a day doesn't think of work me or our boys leaves the house all day and does not call or pick up his phone does not talk when he is home acts like a kid to our 13 year old just a totally different person no emotion what so ever thinks every thing is ok help every day it gets worse sorry about the typing eyes and no sleep. sorry this all happened after withdrals from the drugs.About a month after and getting worse. bipolar also and drinking He is almost four month clean from everything and weirder and odd ,stranger than I could ever imagine, we don't know him at all 25 years together and I don't know him for the first time in my life.
john doe on Sep, 25, 2014:
Why would you want to live in this world of drama? Why do people insist to think that this is normal. Just go.
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