I take 20 milligrams of Abilify with 20 mg. of celexa at night with Alprazolam throughout the day and at night to help me sleep. Since taking abilify over the past 10 years I have gained weight that I can't lose, I am always buying lottery tickets, and want to go to gamble obsessively. I also have compulsive behavior such as compulsive spending. I can leave my house with $100.00 to go get one thing and come back with no money and a bunch of stuff I didn't plan to get.
Citalopram and pancreatic cancer Hello everyone,
I take citalopram SINCE 4 years!
My lifestyle is healthy ! I 'm 50 ! and all is well ! then I had stomach pains that I cared with Mopral ! this pain has become chronic ! So scanner and all other tests! by bad luck we discover a cancerous tumor in the pancreatic head ! t ...
Can crps cause gall stones (1 answer) I have had CRPS for 2 years. Just a few nights ago I started experiencing stomach pain. My Doctor didn't know what was causing it so gave me a stomach pill that didn't help so I didn't take it. I take a lot of meds, more than I listed. Just last week the stomach pain was soo bad I couldn't get to th ...
Tribenzor and cardiac arrest I had been complaining about how low my bp was and on nov.15,th 2013 I had a cardiac arrest. On life support for 4 days at 38° . Im lucky to be alive.Tribenzor was the culprit.
Xanax and periphial neuropathy (1 response) Took 1mg of Xanax 3x a day for 29 years and I have Peripheral Neuropathy! I withdrew off of over a year time and have been off of it for 5 months. I believe that it had something to do with my Neurpathy because the problems started when I started to withdraw from it! It is horrible! I wish that mor ...
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