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My friend's daughter forgot to take her thyroid medicines. Subsequently she went into depressive mood. She was taken to a psychologist. The doctor prescribed her the following medicines: Veniz XR, Mirta 15 mg, Oleanz 7.5 mg, Inderal 10 mg, Pacitane 2 mg. Prodep 20 mg. Kindly suggest whetehr the probelm is really due to hormonal imbalance or psychological one? If is it hormaonal imbalance whetehr to continue the psychatry medicines ## hi my brother is facing mental illness problem from 3-4 years but it was not so serious .but from last year 2011 nov it become serious he leave is job sitting at home sacred to go out from his home he feels that some one is behind him who is tracking night he don't take a proper sleep because in his mind something is going on .we showned to t... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Inderal.
Tue, Jun 26 '12, 6:25 AM
syndopa plus SIDE EFFECTS
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my mom has started syndopa plus (2x1/2 tablets/day for 7 days followed by 3x1/2 tablets/day) 3 days back. She is diagnosed with Perkinsons. She is now showing delusions and talking randomly. What shall I do? She is also taking Rasalect (1 after breakfast), Pacitane (2/day/after food) and Felicita OD. Please help me. ...
Updated 11 months ago.
Tue, Apr 08 '14, 12:23 AM
various capsules prescribed for my son( 13 ) yeras
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My son (aged 13 years) has some behavioural problems.Consulted various doctors and diagnosis range from mild autism, ADHD, Asperger syndrome etc,, at present , he has been prescribed 7 tablets by a psychiatrst one of them being Prodep 20. other incude seranace,oxetol,pacitane,espazine,admenta.. can somebody guide about usefulness of prodep in particular and other drugs in general as also possible long term side effects ## for mild autism medicine do not help only one to one therapy would help, we have also tried medicines for our son for autism and ADHD... PLS DO NOT TAKE MEDICINES .. ...
Updated 1 year ago in ADD / ADHD.
Mon, Dec 16 '13, 4:53 AM
My Father Got Schizophernia 12yrs Back Bt Now He Is Fine I Want To Ask You This Question That Dont Eat Lotz Of Medinice Had Given Amipri
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plz tell the anser about this my father got schizophernia 12 yrs ago.jst nw he is fine...he had given the medicine amipride and oleanz daily..but he is feeling restlessness he is not able to wake up in the morning thats why he is very upset now he is getting paliris+pacitane+olenaz...these medicines will work or not...there is any other medicine yet..plz help me... ## He is also having lots of not sleeping nights and lots of hallucination,confusion: Dressing up at nights and demanding different things like looking for socks ,watch,and lots of different biheviar. Sometimes he become bit aggressive and svere a lot . During the day he suffer form depression by crying a lot and been negative and talking how much headick he have. He also have some problem with his liver and some doctors says... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Antidepressant.
Fri, Aug 03 '12, 4:37 AM
Is Inderal can increase sexual assertiveness as a side effect
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Is Inderal can increase sexual assertiveness as a side effect in a male patient of aged 57years? He is suffering from movement disorder and taking Inderal *10 mg and Pacitane. Since last 2 months whole family is observing memory lose & recently he was behaving very unusually to full fill his sexual desire. His had approached his own daughter to sleep with him. It’s very tense situation for whole family. It is because of side effect of Inderal*10 mg and Pacitane or it’s a psychological problem. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Inderal.
Thu, Jul 25 '13, 10:56 PM

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