White blood cell count increased is found among people who take Risperdal, especially for people who are male, 60+ old , have been taking the drug for < 1 month, also take medication Zyprexa, and have Schizophrenia . We study 41,270 people who have side effects while taking Risperdal from FDA and social media. Among them, 299 have White blood cell count increased. Find out below who they are, when they have White blood cell count increased and more.
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Risperdal has active ingredients of risperidone. It is often used in schizophrenia. (latest outcomes from Risperdal 41,817 users)
White blood cell count increased has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, erythema multiforme, rashes, acute kidney failure, flatulence (latest reports from 23,147 White blood cell count increased patients).
On Jul, 25, 2016
41,270 people reported to have side effects when taking Risperdal.
Among them, 299 people (0.72%) have White Blood Cell Count Increased
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** Reports from social media are used.
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I am 62. Dr. found CLL about a year ago. White blood count had been up. I've been taking Androgel for a few years now. 4 months ago my dr. raised my androgel to 3 pumps a day because my testosterone was low. I had been taking 2 pumps a day. I would shower after several hours to let the gel set in. Dr. told me that I would have to leave it on for at least 20 hours each day before showering. Thats when he raised to 3 pumps a day. Well, 4 months later at my next visit and after lab work, my testosterone was way up and so was my white blood cell count. I read the article on the eHealthMe.com site verifying that the 3 pumps could have caused everything to elevate. Now I am waiting for my cancer Dr. to call. Its been a week now and havent heard anything. I had asked my Dr. when I was there if the Androgel would have any effect on the white blood cells. He said NO.
My son 9 yrs old has been on concerta and risperadal for a while. His doctor can't seem to get a good schedule/regime down to get a happy medium for him and me. He was taking concerta 54+18 in the morning and risperadal 1mg and 10mg Prozac,intinuv 2mg. The concerta does not last the 12 hours it ...
Am sick of the above feeling, it is pretty much constant. Have been taking Risperdal Consta for about five years. The side effects seem to have co-incident with this. Any help appreciated, solutions, or am I actually suffering from something else I should get checked out? Steven
Hi my husband has recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer, he has started on hormone tablets and injections. He had a blood test last week and his results came back that his that his white blood cells are high
I was given Risperdal off label for anxiety associated with Bipolar Disorder. As a result I had bladder insufficiency such that I had to wear Depends 24/7 (I was in my early 50s at the time and am 62 now). I think that I took it for 2 years or so. After I stopped, I still had this side effect ...
I've taken Ambien for 15 years and no side effects. 2 months ago I began to be dizzy and Lightheaded. last week I had a blood test and found I have low white count. I also have the Romberg Sign, and Nistagmus, according to my doctor.
I am 62. Dr. found CLL about a year ago. White blood count had been up. I've been taking Androgel for a few years now. 4 months ago my dr. raised my androgel to 3 pumps a day because my testosterone was low. I had been taking 2 pumps a day. I would shower after several hours to let the gel ...
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