My Mother Took Haldol Medication Thinking It Was An Over The Counter Sinus She Is Experiencing Some Concerning Symptoms Of Confusion Facial

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Sheri Says:


My mother was given Haldol by accident. It was thought to be a sinus tablet. this was two weeks ago. She is now experiencing aweful things such as weakness in her facial muscles, tightness in her arms, dizziness, lethargy and many more things. Is this from the haldol? or has she had a pin stroke?



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Verwon Says:

It's very doubtful that she'd still be experiencing symptoms from the Haldol 2 weeks after mistakingly taking one dose.

Learn more Haldol details here.

Has she sought medical attention, at all? A doctor would really be the best qualified to figure out what's happened.

Have her symptoms improved any?


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