I have had a full recovery from schizoaffective disorder from a Phase II, study antipsychotic, glycine, a glutamate antangonist (the tag depicts the glycine molecular process). I am hoping that the medical community will be more interested in this class of medications a
[More]s they make their way through the studies as they do not cause tardive dyskinesia, diabetes or extra pyramidal side effects and they are finding they are more effacacious. However, I already have severe forms of tardive dyskinesia, including tardive psychosis, tardive dysphrenia and tardive dysmentia which I am under standard clinical study for as a criteria. I also have atypical catatonia which may be a part of this spectrum. I am on several muscle relexants, Klonopin, Catapres and 3 natural remedies in clinical study for tardive, rhodiola, ginkgo and Piracetam but am seeking more effective treatments as although I've mentally recovered my tardive conditions severely limit my life and functioning although two newly identified treatment Vimpat and Lovaza have shown some promise as a first use in this regard. Every treatment I take is under strict psychiatric supervision. I volunteer doing benefits and other advocacy, including systems advocacy
Just a quick note to say hi! I switched from Seaquell & Zonisimide as night meds to Geodone & adivan.
It's way harder to fall asleep now.
When I get back to states I have my Pdoc appt. I'm also going to try melatonin.
Any ideas? She uses the Geodone as my antipsychotic. I tolerate it well, although it does cause hunger pangs. Thanks. Maxy
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