Invega Sustenna (Thread 221136)

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dawn Says:


Can it be dangerous to take invega sustenna?



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nicky Says:

as far as I know, 4.5% in comparison to 2.6 % on placebo died, but not sure if those were only elderly patients or not.

when I asked about weight gain, lots of medicines said taht weight gain is 10 %, unfortunately I have always been in those 10%.

So now the risk is 5%, according to my experience the risk to die would be 50/50 then, that is in fact a high risk and I would prefer 5% 5/100, but I have a hard time believing in the statistics given my experiences.

I would in any case check all the safety measures before: take risperdal max. dosage and invega max. dosage (not together, one after the other or just the one that you yet didn't have) and see how you react to this before you take invega sustenna.

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nicky Says:

has anyone made bad experiences with invega (didn't work for long) and then good ones with invega sustenna (it worked, clearer head, no weight gain?)?

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nicky Says:
Monday, 12/12/2011 5:33:38 PM


as far as I know, 4.5% in comparison to 2.6 % on placebo died, but not sure if those were only elderly patients or not.

when I asked about weight gain, lots of medicines said taht weight gain is 10 %, unfortunately I have always been in those 10%.

So now the risk is 5%, according to my experience the risk to die would be 50/50 then, that is in fact a high risk and I would prefer 5% 5/100, but I have a hard time believing in the statistics given my experiences.

I would in any case check all the safety measures before: take risperdal max. dosage and invega max. dosage (not together, one after the other or just the one that you yet didn't have) and see how you react to this before you take invega sustenna

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Verwon Says:

There are always risks and dangers associated with the use of any medication.

Invega contains the active ingredient Paliperidone, it is an atypical antipsychotic.

Side effects can include: nausea, sexual dysfunction, tremors and restlessness.

Learn more:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Paliperidone/­

Are there any other questions or comments?

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Ruth Says:

Re: nicky (# 1)

its not safe no
matter what nobody tells you you wont be the same you'll be walking around like a zombie depressed losing wait cant remember people you may even start hearing voices please please do not put thus medicine in yr system its a killer for real i found out the hard way now my daughter 19 yrs old has schizophrenia walks around talking to voices in her head all day so please take my advice

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Ruth Says:

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its bad stuff wing yr self off why you can i have a 19 yr old daughter going through hell because of this medicine dont do it


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Ruth Says:

Re: nicky (# 2)

my 19 year old daughters on invega sustenna and its even worse its poison to yr body dont go any further with this medicine its horrible


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