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Schizophrenia (a mental disorder characterized by a breakdown of thought processes) can be treated by Clozapine, Abilify, Seroquel, Zyprexa, Risperidone (latest reports from 59,493 Schizophrenia patients)
Incest has been reported by people with parkinson's disease, erection problems (latest reports from 3 Incest patients).
On Oct, 22, 2016
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my daughter has schizophrenia, diagnosed three years ago. Todate she has tried Risperidol, Geodone, Abilify. Cloxapine is the last trick in the book. I'm very concerned. She has been on 25 g=mg for a week. Last night I increased her dose to 50=mg. She sleeps for about two hours in the afternoon. In the morning she takes a walk, and is working with a trainer. Today is her first day back with the trainer, not sure how this will go until she gets home. At times I want to stop all meds and do the natural approach to this disease. My fear is that she will take off during a physicotic episode and be hurt, she is only 29. Three years ago she had a year and half of working and living a normal life, some hallucinations but not debilitating. Stress of her car breaking down and work stress started a down hill spirial. At times I think the medication has made her worse. Any thoughts on Clozapine/Clozaril.
Please I need info. desperately. I have been diagnosed with schizophrenia is since 2010. I have been on and off on olanzapine. I don't know why Im experiencing difficulty breathing. I'm 34 and doctor said its uncommon for someone my age to have such complaints. I'm scared please I need useful ...
Mother had a nervous breakdown according to doctors in 2004. Has been taking medications since then. I feel as if the doctor she is going to is just prescribing medications without the Hippocratic oath ( doctor visits are less then 10 minutes long). In this she does not feel well with her body ...
my daughter has schizophrenia, diagnosed three years ago. Todate she has tried Risperidol, Geodone, Abilify. Cloxapine is the last trick in the book. I'm very concerned. She has been on 25 g=mg for a week. Last night I increased her dose to 50=mg. She sleeps for about two hours in the ...
Hello everyone, my mom has neurofibromatosis and her psychiatrist believes it is the cause of her schizophrenic symptoms. Does anyone know if there are treatments other than the typical antipsychotic drugs? Antipsychotics seem to take the edge off her symptoms but they do not stop the ...
My name is Helen and I suffer with FM and Schizophrenia Bipolar type. I really need as much support help as I can get. I have the problem of doctors thinking that I am faking my problems so I get very little if any help at all. Medication for my pain is just not happening.
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