What Are The Treatments For Sulpitac Induced Dystopia

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Jessy Says:
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My nephew was put on sulpitac for anxiety and depression on progressive doses and continued taking it for 11 months. He developed tar dive dystonia and was taken to neuro Doctor and was commenced on cogent in staring at .25 mg increased to2.5 mg with no improvements to his dystonia symptoms. He is 23 yr old computer professional. Kindly advice. Thank you



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jessy! How is your nephew doing?

He should return to his neurologist, treatment for this usually has to be highly individualized, there is no one thing that works for everyone.

Is he still taking the Sulpitac?

The FDA lists the typical side effects of Cogentin as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and blurred vision.

He may need a higher dose of it, or to combine with other treatment options.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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