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Abilify had no effect and seroquel can't be given as forced depot.
Side effects don't sound to pleasant...
I was just lying on the floor with my hand over my ears and they sent me to seclusion for it. The voices were to loud. They forced me to take fluanxol and said I wasn't allowed to sleep in my room even though the doctor decided it was safe to sleep in a special safety room. Then I knocked on the seclusion door and a nice nurse opened and got the duty doctor who let me back on the ward.
Cried my eyes out, scared my dad will die now that I've taken that medication, want to throw up.
Feel very confused and anxious.