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Unread 06-14-2017, 12:47 PM   #11
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I was at 30mg it was quite sedating...
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Quite sedating. Zyprexa is an absolute b$^ch. Worst AP on the market.
Even Clozapine has sedative but not as much and that is saying something.
It should be used initially in treating a major disorder but then the person should be switched onto something else. It dampens everything. Yet I still got the highs, because it took me so so low that my brain overcompensated so when it faded I would soar.
Oh yeah skinflint doctors have changed my Seroquel prolonged release to the cheaper alternative of normal Seroquel and I am not happy.
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