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My son 15 is on Abilify for ODD and IED and he is having a crying spell this is day two is that ok?

Posted 21 Oct 2016 by Momrussell2016 1 answer

Been on Abilify 10 mg daily1 x daily for about 3 months he is now having a crying spell its pretty constant. Is this normal? He also takes Norvasc 10 mg 1 x daily for elevated blood pressure . He is not cry like in normal daily life.

Haloperidol - Does haldol cause weight gain?

Posted 15 Feb 2016 by Paisley P 1 answer

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.

Question about the Rx, Lithium?

Posted 31 Jan 2016 by VA Dad 5 answers

My son (age 17) has been diagnosed with ADD, generalized anxiety disorder, and Bi-Polar II. He has been a happy and bright person/kid most of his life, he has made good grades but has had many run-in with teachers, and has shown disrespect for authority. He started an online business at the age of ...

I just got on fluoxetine 20 it says take it once a day at night is there a reason for taking at?

Posted 16 Dec 2015 by soccergod10 1 answer

... night instead of during the day. Also how long will it take before myself and others to notice that I am not getting mad and defensive so quick and stuff

Sloan's Liniment - Has any one ever died from using liniment as a muscle rub or a pain releaver?

Posted 27 May 2015 by PAMCares4U 2 answers

My husband said he heard on the news that people a few people have ied do to the use of liniment.

Could lithium 300mg be accelerating my anger into rage?

Posted 1 Apr 2014 by lmnopqrstuv 6 answers

Been taking this dose for 14 days now... Started yelling daily after about 5 days on med... I thought it was circumstantial anger so I ignored my level of anger ... But it is so frequent and I am SO out of character with yelling ( normally once every 1-2 yrs) ... I've yelled at both my 13yr ...

Intermittent Explosive Disorder - I believe my boyfriend has IED. We are 5 months pregnant. He?

Posted 8 Jan 2015 by Alanna86 1 answer

... refuses to get help, and blames me for his outbursts. I love him with my whole heart, but I can't live like this and don't want my child to. I have asked him to move out if he won't get help. I'm so scared, lonely and confused

Intermittent Explosive Disorder - I am a parent with an 8year old diagnosed with IED. He is in?

Posted 1 Oct 2014 by IED parent 1 answer

... cognitive behavioral therapy but is there a medication that would help with the severity of his aggression?

Intermittent Explosive Disorder - Hey my name is Tara. am 23 and I have been suffering from IED for?

Posted 24 Sep 2014 by Tazza22 1 answer

... a while now we think it started in my early teens from a number of extreme explosions. I go to counselling and am only on medication for my depression and anxiety at the moment but I feel like I am destroying my relationship more and more every day even thou I am getting help. Every time I have ...

Lithium vs Zyprexa overall which one has less side effects for treating biopolar?

Posted 23 Jul 2013 by areynolds7878 3 answers

history of insomnia and restlessness movement with most meds, daughter has dual diagnosis, IDD/TBI and biopolar with depression. All meds makes things worse it seems. Problems with aggression, psychosis, biopolar depression.

Intermittent Explosive Disorder - I think my daughter may have IED and I don't know how I should?

Posted 23 Jan 2013 by sadconfused 3 answers

... react? She is 27 and on lithium and perhaps other drugs through doctors... I am not sure ... I feel so bad for her, yet I am so hurt by her? I worry for my grandchildren's safety and well being growing up in this environment.

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