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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?
Posted 18 days ago • 0 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.
Posted 15 Feb 2016 • 1 answer
its a liquid, brown bottle.. with oral dispenceer. script had to be from his girlfriend that works at assisted living with the elderly
Posted 16 Dec 2010 • 1 answer
My Father was given haloperidol prn to treat anxiety or nausea. Is this the norm?
Posted 25 Dec 2015 • 2 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 ...
Posted 19 Aug 2015 • 3 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 ...
Posted 20 Sep 2015 • 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 ...
Posted 29 Aug 2015 • 0 answers
Posted 27 May 2013 • 1 answer
is it alright to take haloperidol with divalproex sodium? is there any serious drug interaction between the two meds?
Posted 22 Mar 2014 • 1 answer
Has anyone been given this drug to try by IV for acute treatment of migraines I am about to be given this drug as a one of trial to see if it helps with the migraine.
Posted 15 Feb 2011 • 6 answers
ive just been prescribed this new drug but fogot to ask my gp how long before bed to take it
Posted 18 Nov 2012 • 2 answers
I know that haloperidol is a drug that blocks dopamine synapses, but how can it be used then for patients with mental illness.
Posted 19 Mar 2010 • 1 answer
My girlfriends father(75 yo) was diagnosed with cancer, took chemo and radiation & sent home to die, when he arrived home with hospice he was semi coherent and all looked like the end, that was ...
Posted 2 May 2012 • 2 answers
How can you counteract the narcolepsia (Sleepness ) and lack of energy. Any meds that can be taken together that will reduce that?
Posted 13 Nov 2011 • 1 answer
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