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Hello my name is ***** ***** is a paranore schizophrenia,living

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Hello my name is ***** ***** is a paranore schizophrenia,living with my sister,and he wont take his medicine,she is scared,and dont know what to do,he locks up in the room,the satate wont,do anything unless he hurts hisself or others,what do you think to do,my sister had him,taken away,and when he came back,she became the
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Mental Health
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Expert:  DrPsychologist replied 3 years ago.
Hello. I am happy to help you with your question. It sounds like you are mainly concerned for your sister's safety. Is there a reason why she cannot restrict your brother's access to her home? A condition to him living there could be that she gives him his meds or has a nurse come and do this. You may want to consider your brother's perscribing physician as the physician should know that your brother is not taking his meds and advise on how to proceed.