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pill ## I need to know how this works. My brother was on it for drug induced psychosis and I would like to use Respiradon as an example in a paper I am writing. I want to know why people take them. What the effects are if taken with other medication, alcohol, illegal drugs, ect. thank you. ## I am averse to doing other people's homework, but here's a link to the drug monograph: ## I wants medicines name of respir a division of cipla ...
Updated 4 years ago in Antipsychotic.
Wed, Feb 27 '13, 9:13 PM
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Sun, Jun 05 '05, 3:35 PM
respiradon v valproate
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These two drugs have been given to control agreesive behaviour in a dementure patient. they have changed to the later because the former might cause a TIA but I woud like to know the side affects of both as to which is the safer one. Can you advise please? ...
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Sun, Feb 21 '10, 11:09 AM
respiradone and novelon can be used together
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Can respiradone and novelon tablets can used together. I am not getting periods bec of 1mg respiradone tablet so doctor prescribed novelon tablets. Can it be used together. ## Dear Hema, does your Dr know u r on Risperidone? If he's the one who gave u both medications, then u have nothing 2 worry about. Besides, your pharmacy would catch this, if there were a problem. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Risperidone.
Thu, Apr 17 '14, 4:40 AM
Misdiagnosed: Permanent side effects of Respiradone?
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Hello forum members. I have a question about psychiatric medication which I was wrongly prescribed. Firstly, I suffer from Chronic Lyme Disease. For those who don't know it is a quite serious bacterial infection that causes profound physical fatigue, muscle pain, cognitive problems, and depression and derealization. However, as I have just learned recently, the physical and psychological aspects of the disease are completely due to the bacteria infection of the brain and body, and will disappear completely once treated with antibiotics, which I am now taking regularly. I was unfortunately only diagnosed properly 3 months ago, after having suffered 5 years of debilitating physical illness. Ok, so my problem is this: Before I was diagnosed, I was suffering the severe psychological eff... ...
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Sun, Nov 13 '16, 7:19 PM
Drug interaction
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I am taking Resperidone 2 mg nocte, lamotrigine 100 mg BD and lexamil 10 mg mane. Can I take Bontril PDM to offset the weight gaining side effects of Lexamil and respiradone? ## how can i reduce weight gain when using laxamil ...
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