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Hi, I’ve been given 25 mg of chlorpromazine. I was given Quetiapine but had a really drastic reaction to it. I’m scared to take the chlopromazine but feel I really need to try. Anyone have any experience of it to share. It’s for extreme anxiety/ intense emotions/ depression
 
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chlorpromazine largactol was the first drug to have effect on mental illness has been claimed to have made community care viable, it's an antipsychotic used in the treatment of schitzoprenia

i know now that diagnosis is used less and is been phased out but in the 70s 80s it was a diagnosis that made you unfit for work, no employer would touch you and said employers were been reasonable in that, i don't know about modern times other than it's a bit late for me now and i wish the dwp would get off my back
 
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Hi, I’ve been given 25 mg of chlorpromazine. I was given Quetiapine but had a really drastic reaction to it. I’m scared to take the chlopromazine but feel I really need to try. Anyone have any experience of it to share. It’s for extreme anxiety/ intense emotions/ depression
Quetiapine made my Hormones wack, it's called Prolactin . . .

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