Started psych meds in May 2013. Had bad bout with acid reflux from April to November 2013. Recently stopped taking Protonix for my reflux, as it was not helping the burning mouth issue and had adverse side effects. Try to take minimal prescribed medications. Burning mouth symptoms started in December 2014 after a sinus infection and bronchitis and 2 rounds of antibiotics. Only been on thyroid medicine for 2 months.
Why is my father being given zyprexa instead of invega? My father is a 47 year old, overweight male that has been diagnosed with Toxoplasmosis and CMV secondary to HIV with a CD4 count in the 100's and below at first he was given Invega and now he is taking Zyprexa, he suffers very much from dementia/deliria. Our doctors have been uncommunicative and I w ...
Cetirizine mental side effects Severe mental side effects when taking this drug, personality completely changes, becoming extremely aggressive, paranoid and prone to psychotic idealization, actual physical harm caused to other individuals and no remorse shown, this drug does cure hayfever, but from personal experience and anecdot ...
Advice on where to turn? Please Help.
My sister was diagnosed with a boarderline personality disorder 13 years ago. She has took so many overdoses i have lost count.
She has a son of 16 who my parents brought up due to my sister only being 16 when she gave birth. At that time she could not cope.
She has ...
Prozac and benztropin My son was on Prozac for two years, and it seemed to work very well. He was glad he was on it. In February he was prescribed Benztropin. 18 days later, he killed himself. He didn't eat or sleep his last few days, we found out later. He was not right.
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