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Abilify info.chat please

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Abilify info.chat please

Dr. Kaushik :

Greetings !

Dr. Kaushik :

How are you doing.

Customer:

Hi I figure out the problem. Am still in fugue!!!

Dr. Kaushik :

what is it ?

Customer:

This why I cant get out dissoction

Customer:

I still have fugue

Customer:

It is getting less

Customer:

Solwly

Dr. Kaushik :

good.

Customer:

Fugue is anixety

Customer:

Am thinking

Customer:

To do as you told me

Customer:

15 remeron

Customer:

10 abilify

Customer:

But is abilify work fast? Or like ssris?

Dr. Kaushik :

It shall start it's action within 1 week .

Dr. Kaushik :

so as compared to ssri it is faster/

Customer:

Or like zyprexa

Customer:

I see

Dr. Kaushik :

it does not cause weight gain like zyprexa.

Customer:

Is it good for fugue?

Dr. Kaushik :

yes ofcourse.

Customer:

Is it reduce ptsd symptoms?

Dr. Kaushik :

it will reduce both ptsd and fugue

Dr. Kaushik :

You can either start on 5 mg dose or 10 mg dose.

Dr. Kaushik :

5 mg dose is a low dose but it will help you to adjust on this new drug well

Dr. Kaushik :

then after 1 week you can raise the dose to 10 mg dose.

Customer:

Ok so I just add it to my midcines?

Dr. Kaushik and other Mental Health Specialists are ready to help you
Yes you need to add Abilify to your current medicines -- zoloft, remeron and clonazepam.

I Hope this is understood.

Regards.

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