I know that from my relative and a friends experience, that these drugs individually have side affects. I know about Lorazapam and respperidol, not divalproxex, or lithium. As they are all strong medications I would treat taking them with great care, and if you feel that thee meds are not right for you, or that you are noticing side affects, or that the medication does clash then the doctor who prescibed them should be told, as the meds you were given may need to be altered.
- Lithium Information for Consumers
- Lithium Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Lithium (detailed)
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