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Can ziprasidone be considered a narcotic?

Posted 1 Aug 2010 2 answers

I work at a substance abuse residential house and oversee clients medications. I did not see ziprasidone on the list of medication that are not allowed. Just wanted to make sure to see if we have to update our list?

Ziprasidone - how can you prevent getting drowsy when taking this medication? When I take the?

Posted 1 Jan 2013 3 answers

... medication i get drowsy and have problems staying awake at work

Ziprasidone - Taking Geodon 20mg with Zoloft and TERRIFIED about weight gain!!! HELP?

Posted 23 Mar 2018 3 answers

I am 16. I have Anxiety, OCD, and recovered anorexica nervosa with general seasonal depression. Recently my Zoloft alone has just not been working right. Every night lately I have crying fits, engage in lengthy rituals, and have panic attacks and feel overly unusually sensitive and emotional plus ...

Does Geodon sedation get better?

Posted 20 Aug 2018 2 answers

I just finished my third days of taking ziprasidone 40 mg 2 x daily. I never thought I’d say this, but the sedation is worse than seroquel. Within an hour of taking it, I can’t even keep my eyelids open. Do people have any experience with this getting better? And when?

Is trazodone and ziprasidone the same?

Posted 14 May 2014 1 answer

When does ziprasidone stop working?

Posted 14 Dec 2017 1 answer

My Dr. prescribed me 80mg only at night but I am worried my symptoms will come back during the day. How long does it take for the benefits to wear off? I have been reading it is to be prescribed twice daily.

Has anyone experienced insomnia using ziprasidone!?

Posted 17 Jul 2012 1 answer

I have been up 4 nights and 5 days, have vomited quite a few times, also i have tried taking the medicine in the evening with food and even tried taking it in the morning with food. I have vomited several times also. I dont know what to do to help make it work? Just asking if anyone out there has ...

Ziprasidone - how long does it take for the initial side effects to wear off?

Posted 14 May 2013 1 answer

... sleepiness, restlessness, anxiety. I'm been taking 80mg at night for a week. Bipolar 2. Also taking effexor 37.5, klonopin .5 at night and .30mg vyvanse.

Lamotrigine - Does this medication help you feel genuinely happy or take away emotion?

Posted 4 Jun 2016 1 answer

I've been taking ziprasidone to treat bi polar and it has taken away all of my emotions, I can't feel anything anymore, I feel like a zombie, and I need to know if there's another medication that will help me feel happy rather than make me feel like I'm in a cage.

Ziprasidone - Has this helped anyone with aggression?

Posted 25 Aug 2009 1 answer

and/or excessive irritability features of bipolar? And also, what's everyone found so far with the weight gain of this drug? Serious or slight? I'd love to know what everyone's experienced as I'm possibly about to start taking this drug and it'd be great to hear from those ...

Has anyone else found that they have lost weight on Ziprasidone?

Posted 25 May 2013 1 answer

I have been on many antipsychotic medications and they all put weight on except for Ziprasidone. It is the first time I have been on a medication like this and actually lost some weight.

Checking on interactions between Parnate and Geodon?

Posted 13 Feb 2017 1 answer

Hello everyone, I would like to know if there are any severe interactions between Geodon (Ziprasidone) and Parnate (Tranylcypromine)? I am trying to find anything but I am not really digging up too much. I will ask the Doctor when he returns from vacation but for now I would like to know. I ...

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