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attn: anyone who is against antipsychotics for treatment of hallucinations

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Former member
Jan 26, 2021
please, please, please give it a chance. I've been on seroquel for about 2-3 months and it has greatly reduced my hallucinations. im even leaving my house to go the gym whereas before i was too scared. i feel so much more normal lately. you need to give it enough time for it to work, at least 2 months till you decide for it or against it.


Well-known member
Apr 6, 2017
I'm so happy for you. The only problem with antipsychotics is that you have to reduce your sugar intake and take vitamins. I like the way how I am as cool as a cucumber on antipsychotics