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Posted 9 May 2016 by Aunt Shar • 1 answer
This 13 year old already has tried Cogentin and other meds with no helpful effect in controlling his facial and uncontrollable movements of head, arms, legs. He never stops moving and has lost much weight and is extremely thin. This has gone on for 4 months after his psychiatrist took him off ...
Posted 18 Oct 2014 by Meufindesidin • 1 answer
Posted 14 Jan 2014 by Sideffects2 • 1 answer
Neuroleptics, anti-d, reglan, suffering for a while now... can't take meds that mess with cognition... what to do??
Posted 14 Sep 2013 by Sideffects2 • 2 answers
... tardive dyskinesia later on? If so WHY do Drs. prescribe these drugs with an antipsychotic? Melatonin anybody? What's your best bet against EPS? Kinda weird that the solution can be the cause for trouble later on.
Posted 25 Jul 2011 by FistSizedMachine • 1 answer
I took Cogentin for 4 months and it caused awful water weight gain and water toxicity due to Urinary Retention. I was advised to stop taking it almost 3 weeks ago. I'm starting to feel a little bit better, but I still have quite a ways to go. Any estimate of how long until it is completely ...
Posted 26 Jul 2013 by kcfp • 1 answer
I take trihexyphenidyl as I suffer from eps (extrapyramidal symptoms) the result of taking an atypical anti-psychotic. what is the ideal dosage?
Posted 10 Nov 2012 by danni3 • 1 answer
... this 'normal' and would it be possible to take my night dose earlier in the evening to reduce this affect?
Posted 18 Sep 2012 by Sideffects2 • 1 answer
No cogentin/trihex/benedryl. Thanks.
Posted 6 Aug 2011 by Sideffects2 • 1 answer
These cause more problems. Is there anything natural to take out there? Thanks for your interest.
Posted 28 Mar 2011 by Tracey Macmillan • 1 answer
I've seen procyclidine oral being used to reverse this condition, what the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics that causes this mode of action on an individual?
Posted 14 Feb 2011 by farid.5004 • 1 answer
Posted 30 Dec 2010 by Sideffects2 • 2 answers
Seems like the congentin and the artane have the same dopey side effects; any suggestions for unwanted movements? This is so frustrating. The bandaid is the disease.
Posted 26 Sep 2010 by leopardeyes • 2 answers
I have a prescription for artane (trihexyphenidyl) and i've had it filled at 2 stores... wal mart which carries it in the brand of Danbury and also filled at walgreens where they use qualitest brand. The walgreens brand does not work as well and makes me sick to my stomach quite easily and ...
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