Skip to main content

User Reviews for Trilafon to treat Psychosis

Trilafon has an average rating of 5.3 out of 10 from a total of 6 ratings for the treatment of Psychosis. 50% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 50% reported a negative experience.

Trilafon rating summary

5.3/10 average rating

6 ratings from 7 user reviews.

Compare all 11 medications used in the treatment of Psychosis.

10
33%
9
17%
8
0%
7
0%
6
0%
5
0%
4
0%
3
0%
2
0%
1
50%
Anonymous · May 23, 2011

"I had a similar experience. Tremors in hands (not really noticeable to someone watching unless they were looking for it), but relief from the delusions I was experiencing. My problem has been going on for over 16 years so I anticipate it will not magically disappear (and it didn't) but the clarity of thinking I experience with this medicine really helps me."

9 / 10
Was this helpful?YesNo
YelllowWingz · Taken for 6 months to 1 year · January 13, 2019

"I was prescribed this in 2014 when I was 13 years old. It gave me permanent side effects. They include, WIDENED WAIST that I cannot shrink, weird movements with my face I have to do patterns in every single part of my body, it made me eyes look opposite ways which now in 2019, is still there but not as bad. It made me gain weight, it made my skin dull and grey like I was dead. I wish I could include a picture. It made me have a permanent tremor, too. It's a horrible drug. My posture now sucks and I can't breathe if I try to fix it. I can no longer tan after I took it. I was tan my whole life now my natural tanning peels off and I am white I was never white"

1 / 10
Was this helpful?YesNo
Disappointed badly · November 3, 2016

"I had a very bad experience with perphenazine. I ended up with severe joint pain, difficulty breathing, chest pain, weird spinning sensation in my face on the right side of my nostril, on my forehead and on the right side of my temporal area. I had difficulty urinating and horrible insomnia. It has been well over 6 months since taking up to 12 mg for only a few ( about 2--4 days) and I am still having problems. I started on only 4 mg back in Dec 2013 and took the same dosage up to Mar 2014. I stopped because I could barely urinate. Then, I started have weird movement as stated above in my face, but not as bad as the movement when I took 12mg. The, I was told that I needed to start back on this drug for the movement to disappear."

1 / 10
Was this helpful?YesNo
trrer · Taken for 6 months to 1 year · January 3, 2018

"This really helped my PTSD and major depressive symptoms. Much better than seroquel. Movement side effects when I got up to 12 mg a day. Lowered my dose back down to 8mg a day and the movement side effects went away."

Was this helpful?YesNo
Living · Taken for 5 to 10 years · June 22, 2022

"Great drug! Helped get rid of my delusions. I’ve been on it 5 years now and the dose I am taking 8mg at night. Also take 1mg cogentin to prevent the shakes. Risperal and seoquel didn’t help me. Thankful for this drug. Saved my life."

10 / 10
Was this helpful?YesNo
Jonny longlegs · Taken for 1 to 6 months · February 14, 2017

"I was put on this drug, erroneously I believe as I was only suffering a major depressive episode, in 1974. From that time until I went through menopause in 1997 (23 years) I had the side effect galactorrhea. I was never pregnant or post breastfeeding during that time and took no other medication with that side effect."

1 / 10
Was this helpful?YesNo
GTTDD45634555 · Taken for 1 to 6 months · October 18, 2016

"Not bad! I'm taking other meds as well. I recommend everyone gives it a chance before judging to harshly on this site."

10 / 10
Was this helpful?YesNo

This information is not intended to endorse any particular medication. While these reviews may be helpful, they are not a substitute for the expertise, knowledge, and judgement of healthcare professionals.