- Dec 9, 2008
any 'doctors' on this site? i want a public conversation with him/her about the 'medication'
I often wonder whether certain psychiatrists are just elevated and educated drug dealers working for the biggest dealers around, the pharms.there are no 'doctors' on this site probably because they know they will lose the argument as to whether neuroleptic drugs are antipsychotic or not. and also they would have to justify why no 'doctors' have tried neuroleptic drugs.
psych 'doctors' are cowards
i was made to take them at varying dosage levels, just to see if it has an effect. allsorts of neuroleptic drugs are casually dispensed in the hospital i was in just to see if it effects the inpatient, before any diagnosis was madeNeuroleptic drugs are killers, no one, except "mentally ill" would ever be forced to take them. Perhaps they could be useful on very small doses but that's not how they are used in real life.
if i was in the hospital and made these facts known i would be totally ignored and the dose would be increasedAnd no I don't think it is something you have to accept.
i wasnt given anything to read before i was given the drug, olanzapineAre those side effects written on the leaflet that you read before taking them? Is the drug still on the market.
I can understand that very well. They made me take chlorpromazine once in hospital and I asked specifically for all the information. This was because they gave me too much Lorazepam at one point and I ended up hallucinating. I had no idea because every time they offered me another one, I was so zombied out from the last one I didn't even realise I was taking more, or have the level of consciousness to say no. When they realised they were giving me too much and it was dangerous they stopped it suddenly and I went into terrible withdrawal with almost fatal results.if i was in the hospital and made these facts known i would be totally ignored and the dose would be increased
In hospitals they rarely do, it is just given to you in a plastic cup and you are meant to take it without question otherwise risk being branded a 'difficult patient'.i wasnt given anything to read before i was given the drug, olanzapine