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My checking account has been chanrged; I guess I will respond; your questions sound professional. Reason for change in my son's regimen was supposedly high level of prolactin caused by Risperdol (?). Primary symptoms - mood cycling, anxiety and panick attacks. Diagnosis - schizoaffective disorder, first, then final - bipolar disorder.
Started taking risperdal in 2001, first 1.5-2 mg, lately 6 mg. With the change, there were positive signs of cognitive improvement. Physically, a couple of nights of hallucinations, stiff muscles, involuntary facial muscle movements. As far as the level of prolactin, isn't it also a side effect warning regarding seroquel? As far as "cheers XXXXX XXXXX mental health", my cheers XXXXX XXXXX a ARNP, who handled my son's med managment for 7 years, but had to leave, now we have a MD, who gets annoyed by phone calls.
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