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What is haloperidol? can you get high off of it? I found it in my brothers room?

Posted 16 Dec 2010 by Jessi*Reynolds 2 answers

its a liquid, brown bottle.. with oral dispenceer. script had to be from his girlfriend that works at assisted living with the elderly

Haloperidol - Haldol dosage and insomnia?

Posted 28 Apr 2017 by ablueyedsissy 0 answers

I have read so much negative about haldol but found this site that has some positive. Haldol works for my son. He was taking 5 mg a day along with depakote for a year and a half of stabilization and no inpatient hospitalization.Unfortunately he stopped taking it when I told him how good he's ...

Combining anti psychotic haloperidol with Zoloft and other heart, dementia meds?

Posted 29 Apr 2017 by MissouriMom 0 answers

We seem to have a relative who is wife/caregiver for a dementia patient who, for the 3rd time we know of, has gone to the doctor to get more medications because patient gets agitated. We notice he gets agitated when she is hurrying him, or yelling at him. Among a total of 7 pills daily (heart and ...

What is the generic name for Haldol?

Posted 2 Feb 2017 by penguinladimea 2 answers

Is it haloperidol?

Haloperidol - Hello there I need some help... actually my son was prescribed 10 mg twice a day?

Posted 7 Jan 2017 by enriuebob 1 answer

my son, 23 years old had some hallucination problems and was prescribed 20 mg of haloperidol but I went to the doctor due to side effects and I was told by the Doctor that he was prescribed high dose of this medicine because he is actually having side effects like involuntary muscle movement and ...

Can haloperidol be given to someone suffering from a short dose of sickness?

Posted 18 Aug 2016 1 answer

My daughter was given this drug due to sickness she was suffering for about a week. As a result of taking 1 or 2 tablets low dose she suffered extremely bad side affects in which she couldn't work for 6 months. She had also be left bad with her nerves due to this. I understand sometimes it is ...

Haloperidol - can the side effects of this drug be reversed?

Posted 6 Jul 2016 by Ericgodaj 0 answers

My mother in law-69 years of age was given over dose by the doctors in Europe and now she is laying in bed not able to move at all? Is there any other medications to reverse this catastrophe?

Haloperidol - Does haldol cause weight gain?

Posted 15 Feb 2016 by Paisley P 4 answers

I have been on lithium but now haldol for bipolar with mania and schizoaffective. Was on zyprexa in past and just lost all the weight I gained from it.

I cannot sleep well sometime on seroquel xr. What can I take along with seroquel xr to sleep?

Posted 19 Aug 2015 by Raeellis 3 answers

I was taken off haloperidol and benztropine because of too many side effects I could not deal with. He put me on seroquel xr. 50mg. This medication I do love because of one side effect and that is a lack of sleep. I am a paranoia schizaphrenia and just want to get a good night sleep. I have always ...

Is haloperidol used commonly for cancer patients on hospice care?

Posted 25 Dec 2015 by Kvakpo 2 answers

My Father was given haloperidol prn to treat anxiety or nausea. Is this the norm?

Haldol - I need to reduce my doses of haloperidol. I tried as the Dr suggested, to reduce by 5mg?

Posted 20 Sep 2015 by Carly123 0 answers

... from 20mg. I suffered terrible agitation and retook it. I then reduced by 1.5mg and also got really agitated. I am now planning to reduce by 0.25mg to see if this is manageable. Has anyone else had withdrawal symptoms?

Does risperdone get excreeted through the skin and how long does it stay in the system?

Posted 29 Aug 2015 by AuraTruth 0 answers

I want to be a massage therapist but not if the medication is still in my system. I read that haloperidol (the shot) can stay in the system up to 15 weeks and I was wondering if Risperdal takes less time to exit the body.

What effects would haloperidol have on someone with Parkinson's disease?

Posted 19 Mar 2010 by NLeto 1 answer

I know that haloperidol is a drug that blocks dopamine synapses, but how can it be used then for patients with mental illness.

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