taking clozapine at present for last four & half years.symptoms disappear &reappear
There are various atypical antipsychotics for schizophrenia, just to name a couple:
Zyprexa (olanzapine): https://www.drugs.com/zyprexa.html
Seroquel (quetiapine): https://www.drugs.com/seroquel.html
With regards to polycystic ovary syndrome, clink on the link for a list of medications:
In the end your Dr. is the only person who can prescribe the medications which are more suitable to you, as you are aware everyone reacts differently to medications and everything that comes with them (benefits,possible side effects,potential interactions, etc.)
I did mention these antipsychotics, because they also treat BPD (manic depression) which I suffer from. I am on both zyprexa & seroquel and both have helped me significantly. They also are prescribed for schizophrenia, as you probably have read.
The information I have provided must , as I mentioned before be prescribed by your Dr. only.
- Clozapine Information for Consumers
- Clozapine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Clozapine (detailed)
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