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- Tue, 09 Jul 2019 00:11:04 EST 3mgJ7ePw No.132453
File: 1562645464021.jpg -(128256B / 125.25KB, 1100x734) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Antipsychotics
Didn't see any threads here about antipsychotics.

Curious about others experiences with them. Were you forced to take them? Were they scripts from your doctor? Do you legitimately need to take them for a condition like schizophrenia, biploar disorder?
Sophie Brobberhall - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 17:12:28 EST ddfNTixH No.132456 Reply

now I take anti-psychotics.
Shit Chingerpere - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 17:36:16 EST XnqS94af No.132457 Reply
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Has anyone ever been scripted chlorpromazine/thorazine? I've only ever had quetiapine/seroquel and its main effects were insatiable hunger and massive tiredness. Was wondering if chlorpromazine would be any different.
Reuben Dingerbun - Wed, 10 Jul 2019 00:00:11 EST 3mgJ7ePw No.132458 Reply
>main effects were insatiable hunger and massive tirednes

Sounds about right, except that it just made me tired all the time, not really hungry, just zombified.
Nell Drillerwune - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 02:05:48 EST Jh95Id2k No.132478 Reply
Extremely neurotoxic trash, might make you grow tits and lactate, and are absolutely useless for anything other than calming down hallucinations and making you kinda sleepy. They don't call them chemical lobotomies for nothing.
Hamilton Cubberchen - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 16:22:30 EST ddfNTixH No.132479 Reply
Yeah, but why did scientists add the tit growing effect?

homosexual geeks???
Frederick Hallysene - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 20:23:14 EST qIrfrJZG No.132480 Reply
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>might make you grow tits and lactate

there are better ways to do this for sure
Shit Clicklehood - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 23:25:29 EST Jh95Id2k No.132482 Reply
I got injected with invega twice in the psych ward when coming cold turkey off benzos going through DTs. Aside from the seizures it caused (lowers the seizure threshold), my nipples dripped breast milk for 2 months. Word to the wise, if you're gonna go to the hospital to not die from benzo withdrawal, do it before you enter DTs or you could end up getting completely medically abused in a psych ward and denied proper medical care even when you're having multiple seizures a day.
Cornelius Ballystone - Mon, 15 Jul 2019 01:38:26 EST i+y2IaJt No.132483 Reply
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You are not very educated. Antipsychotics are the the most useful drug ever synthesized in modern psychiatry. You need to read up man. The side effects can be brutal but they help with a lot of disorders, not just psychotic disorders. Also the newer class of of antipsychotics, atypical antipsychotics like seraquel/Invega/ambilify/etc, have way fewer side effects.
Hamilton Blackridge - Mon, 15 Jul 2019 02:14:19 EST 3SGpsltX No.132484 Reply
Yes, the new antipsychotics are great and great for you! They fix almost any issue you may be having in your brain and you won't feel any horrific side effects once the drug has normalized in your system to no matter what you feel like when you first take them just stick with it. Be sure to go to your local doctor and ask for SeroquelTM by name today!

Go fuck yourself, I've seen all three of those drugs you mentioned by name completely ruin every friend of mine who had them prescribed. They are trash chemicals that turn good people into husks.
Esther Drebblefark - Mon, 15 Jul 2019 07:54:54 EST BlIVZQX8 No.132487 Reply
50mg of Sero made me fucking hallucinate when I wasn't having any prior
Sero can burn in a ditch
Sero more like Zero
Heh heh heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeHHHHHH
But honestly I don't know why I had such an acute reaction to such a SMALL dosage. Scary that docs put people on 400mg+ of the shit. :(
Martha Sicklehure - Mon, 15 Jul 2019 08:06:40 EST FBK+VtEx No.132488 Reply
Second gen dopamine blockers having less side effects is a fantastic meme that led to multiple class action lawsuits over mothers distraught that their son grew tits over risperidone and the like. Why fall for Big Pharma funded studies?
Frederick Hallysene - Mon, 15 Jul 2019 15:37:02 EST qIrfrJZG No.132491 Reply
Bitch I'm not antimed at all, I'm on Lamictal and Wellbutrin and it's helped me A LOT, I'm against people getting prescribed heavy drugs for NO REASON. I'm not saying antipsychotics aren't necessary, but loading up every person with every illness from BD to BPD to sever depression to anxiety is really fucked. They're good for psychosis because they benefits out way the risks, but the risks are intense. You ever been on an antipsychotic?
Emma Dapperlock - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 04:21:24 EST i+y2IaJt No.132493 Reply
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I got over zealous, I apologize. I currently take invega everyday and seraquel as a prn if things get bad. I have major depression with psychotic features. Antipsychotics have just helped me a lot so I got overly defensive. You seem informed, some people in this thread don’t. I am afraid of someone not getting the help they need because of some misinformation. The only way I am a functioning member of society is because of invega and trintellix, I owe my life to those meds.
William Clengertadge - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 13:19:04 EST qIrfrJZG No.132494 Reply
I agree. The only thing that takes me out of a really bad manic episode with psychotic features is antipsychotics, usually seroquel or when really bad haldol and when shadow people are telling me to firebomb the courthouse I'd rather take antipsychotics
Sidney Crackleded - Wed, 17 Jul 2019 11:28:49 EST qIrfrJZG No.132499 Reply
yea i will, but posting a picture of that would've been too on the nose, i wanted to make a deep reference, nb
Sidney Crackleded - Wed, 17 Jul 2019 12:00:07 EST qIrfrJZG No.132500 Reply
also nb and really minor and i'm not trying to change your mind or bitch about it but if you knew what i meant and what i was doing why the my guy? i don't really care im just wondering where you stand on this
John Perringhood - Wed, 17 Jul 2019 18:54:47 EST 9BhCZzQJ No.132502 Reply
not really fun for me, but i can see how they could be useful for some people. when i was hospitalized for psychosis benzos calmed me down a lot more effectively without totally dulling my feelings. zyprexa worked ok but made me feel like i was in a void and gave me hunger/dry mouth. abilify felt a lot more speedy and i got pretty uncomfortable withdrawals after not much use
Henry Pucklewater - Tue, 23 Jul 2019 08:15:10 EST rM0es73p No.132513 Reply
Last year I was downing like 5 doses of alcohol daily and most of all, kicking a 6-month opioid binge.

Got quetiapine, turns out 25mg turns me into a zombie and kind of helps me sleep, with minor side effects because the dysphoria makes it unbearable to use more than once a week (in my experience and probably in most off-label use).

Once the withdrawal was gone and most of all, once I navigated to kratom, I haven't found use for it. Even when I'm having break days from kratom I couldn't push myself to resort to quetiapine.
Nathaniel Diffingford - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 22:58:18 EST 1cYhbdII No.132519 Reply
I've had schizophrenia since 2013 and have been taking Latuda (Lurasidone) since June of 2013. I don't have any intense side effects and it genuinely saved my life. I'm pretty successful for someone with the illness: College degree, job, long-term relationship, etc., and I suffer no symptoms other than some strong dissociation every here and there, however, I can say with certainty that this shit shaves off IQ points as the years go by.

Without Latuda I'd be a depressed, psychotic, delusional, paranoid NEET and would have probably killed myself a long time ago. Now I live a pretty good life.
Henry Goodford - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 00:39:56 EST aGMMnimT No.132525 Reply
How do I taper off of GHB so I don't fucking have a heart attack from the increased blood pressure or get fucked up from the hallucinations?
Henry Goodford - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 00:58:34 EST aGMMnimT No.132526 Reply
The antipsychotic reduces IQ points or schizophrenia?

Could you explain to me what being psychotic is like? I've hallucinated tons of times, but I've never once believed that any of it was real.
Walter Blackway - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 17:35:47 EST qIrfrJZG No.132528 Reply
There's kind of a spectrum of believability, most of the time I don't entirely believe what I'm experiencing is real, but it's so believable that I have to keep snapping myself out of it, and sometimes I just get so caught up in what's happening that I don't do that. I've only been manic to the point of full-blown psychosis a few times, and when it happens I typically blackout for most of it, with only bits and pieces.

The kind of psychosis that I'm infinitely more familiar with is stimulant psychosis. For an example, there was one night where I did a gram of ecstasy over the course of a night and ended up believing that the police were coming to get me. Not in the way you feel when you smoke too much weed. I saw flashing red and blue lights that shone through my windows and made realistic shadows. I felt that eerie presence you feel when lots of people are near you and there's a lot of action going on. I felt this intense feeling of dread and impending doom, it's a unique feeling that you really only get when you're tripping incredibly hard and police are involved, I've felt it before on acid when the police were called on a party I was throwing, and a couple other times during close calls.

I then looked out my peephole and saw two police officers just waiting outside my door clear as day. I heard the beep of a walky-talky and indiscernible radio chatter. At this point I was resigned to my fate and I sat down on my couch and smoked a cigarette and waited for the inevitable. Minor point, but I didn't have any cigarettes then and I never smoke inside, so that just didn't happen.

Anyway, as I was sitting there the lights continue to flash, they pulsed in exactly the same way as police lights do. I look out my patio window and I see the shadows of two people, just standing on my balcony. Presumably cops. I didn't question how they got there or why they were waiting, they looked like they were just having a casual conversation. So at this point I get the idea to go hide in my room, maybe under my bed, obviously that wouldn't stop police from arresting me but it felt like what I should do.

As I'm walking into my room, the lights are as strong as ever and see the shadow of a cop lowering himself down from the roof on a rope and hanging there in front of my window. My first thought wasn't "cops don't do this snap out of it" it was "oh, of course, a grappling hook, clever". So I run into my bathroom, lock the door, turn off the lights and lay on the floor in the fetal position, as red and blue lights pour under the seam of the door until I white out, and come to several hours later. As one does. When I woke up, it still felt real but I could almost ignore that. I assumed that the police must've come but for someone else and my brain made up the rest, they were probably standing outside my door seeing if it was the right address. Nope. NONE of this happened. It took me months to fully internalize that it was entirely psychosis and even to this day when I think about it my heart skips a beat.
Alice Pomblebat - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 01:42:36 EST FBK+VtEx No.132537 Reply
>The antipsychotic reduces IQ points or schizophrenia?
Phyllis Heffingwater - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 16:00:44 EST WnoKTsVE No.132611 Reply
I have only taken risperidone, and even that only in a small daily dose (1.5 mg every evening), but still fucking hate it. When at the hospital on the second day of taking it they gave me 1mg, I went full zombie. I slept through most of the day and even when I was awake I could barely follow what was happenning. Those fuckers at the hospital likened me to this dude https://youtu.be/n3UlwVm3Hww?t=22 and I couldn't even respond properly to them because my speech was closer to mumbling than talking. Later side effects got a lot better and it basically became a sleep aid. Still, when I miss out on taking it for a few days, I feel a lot clearer. The "schizo" part of my schizoaffective is only limited to shorter psychotic episodes anyways, so I'm either fine or the meds fail me and I have psychosis. The really bad part is when I start taking it again. It just makes feel so shitty that I get suicidal thoughts
Phineas Bickleville - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 16:10:15 EST sEB9albO No.132612 Reply
you bought into the psychiatry conspiracy. lmao

you have more power to control or change yourself than anyone or anything else ever could
Shit Noffinghitch - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 12:46:23 EST WnoKTsVE No.132616 Reply
I only started accepting recently the fact that risperidone is just poison, and if I don't take my meds I won't be able participate in psychotherapy in which we have every working day and instead I will have to pay for a private therapist who obviously isn't supported by the state, so it will cost twice as much money and I will only have access to therapy once a week.
holy fuck spoiler that shit
Cornelius Nembledale - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 07:02:49 EST xeiVx3/+ No.132640 Reply
What the fuck that sounds awful. I have the same prescription as you for the same reason as you but I've been planning to ask for anticholinergics
Polly Babberkotch - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 01:10:37 EST aILdVZDE No.132741 Reply
don't take them to get high lol you can't get high from them

seroquel. used to take it. nose gets stuffy and i get sleepy. take too much and you get restless leg syndrome.
zyprexa: makes dxm not work when you take it. take too much and you get restless leg syndrome.
Matilda Nettingspear - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 10:16:14 EST ddfNTixH No.132742 Reply
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>makes dxm not work when you take it.

That's strange. When I was prescribed ziprasidonec, I did 600mg DXM and didn't feel a damn thing.

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