My side effects from taking 10mg Aripiprazole?
Ive been taking this drug for only 3 days now and the side effects have not been good. On average my sleeping pattern is quite bad and i dont get tired until after 1am at least. since taking this medication i have been feeling tired all the time im getting to bed at 10.30pm which is good i guess but i cant control...
Asked by Hank Cachu 1 month ago.
Ive been taking this drug for only 3 days now and the side effects have not been good. On average my sleeping pattern is quite bad and i dont get tired until after 1am at least. since taking this medication i have been feeling tired all the time im getting to bed at 10.30pm which is good i guess but i cant control when i want to get to bed which is fustrating. Also ive had about 10hrs or more sleep a night over the past 3 nights and still been tired the next day and had o take naps during the day! I have also been feeling sick and weak, i really dont fel like myself : ( im wondering whether i should not take my meds today as i just hate the feeling its been giving me. Ive also been having a lot of hiccups?! ive been prescribed this medication due to psychotic symptoms (seeing things, people and also hearing people) i have not yet been diagnosed with anything. look forward to your answers. thanks in advance x Answered by Antwan Linders 1 month ago.
don't take that crap!!! just smoke some good bud! that will fix ya! Answered by Susanna Parmar 1 month ago.
ABILIFY (aripiprazole)? ?
what Side effects are their for a healthy 19 year old male
Asked by Loraine Desjardiws 1 month ago.
These are the side effects that have been repoted but you may not experience any. Some people would experience a couple and some would have more. Its different for different people so basically you won't really know until you try it. Aripiprazole side effects Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Stop using aripiprazole and call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects: fever, stiff muscles, confusion, sweating, fast or uneven heartbeats; jerky muscle movements you cannot control; sudden numbness or weakness, headache, confusion, or problems with vision, speech, or balance; increased thirst or urination, loss of appetite, fruity breath odor, drowsiness, dry skin, nausea, and vomiting, seizure (convulsions); thoughts of hurting yourself; feeling like you might pass out; jaundice (yellowing of your skin or eyes); or urinating less than usual or not at all. Less serious side effects may include: choking or trouble swallowing; dizziness, drowsiness, or weakness; constipation, mild stomach upset; headache, anxiety; sleep problems (insomnia); or weight gain. This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur. Tell your doctor about any unusual or bothersome side effect. Answered by Kelsey Ruffino 1 month ago.
Why is the antipsychotic drug ARIPIPRAZOLE HELPING MY DEPRESSION BUT NOT MY VOICES?
I HAVE SUFFERED FROM SEVERE DEPRESSION FOR 10 YEARS WITH NO ALLEVIATION FROM ADEPRESSANTS. NOW ARIPIPRAZOLE (TO HELP TREAT HEARING VOICES) HAS UNEXPECTEDLY ALMOST CLEARED MY DEPRESSION BUT NOT THE VOICES!!
Asked by Arlie Fehringer 1 month ago.
aripiprazole is a partial dopamine agonist, which means that it can enhance dopamine function in the brain if it is low, but it will reduce dopamine activity if it is excessive. Enhancement of dopamine function is known improve mood, this is how psychostimulants work and some atypical antidepressants such as bupropion. Antipsychotic effect of aripiprazole is in the "moderate" range compared to other neuroleptic drugs, in other words it may not be sufficiently effective. Ask your doctor about other stronger neuroleptic drugs. Answered by Phylis Ocenasek 1 month ago.
Everyone's brain chemistry is different, so it makes sense that the med could affect you the way it has. Your psychiatrist might want to try something else to help rid you of the voices, but for now just be thankful that you aren't depressed! Answered by Hang Fulling 1 month ago.
What are the side effects of Aripiprazole (Abilify) ?
Asked by Samara Seiple 1 month ago.
Some of the most common side effects associated with aripiprazole are anxiety, blurred vision, constipation, cough, headache, insomnia, light-headedness, nausea, rash, restlessness, runny nose, sleepiness, tremors, vomiting, weakness, and weight gain. As with other anti-psychotics, long-term use of aripiprazole may lead to a potentially irreversible condition called tardive dyskinesia (involuntary movements of the jaw, lips, and tongue). A potentially fatal complex referred to as neuroleptic malignant syndrome has been reported with anti-psychotic drugs, including aripiprazole. Patients who develop this syndrome may have high fevers, muscle rigidity, altered mental status, irregular pulse or blood pressure, rapid heart rate, excessive sweating, and heart arrhythmias. Although there is no clear link between aripiprazole and diabetes, patients should be tested during treatment for elevated blood-sugars. Additionally, persons with risk factors for diabetes, including obesity or a family history of diabetes, should have their fasting levels of blood sugar tested before starting treatment and periodically throughout treatment to detect the onset of diabetes. Any patient developing symptoms that suggest diabetes during treatment should be tested for diabetes Answered by William Rothfeld 1 month ago.
Is gaining a lot of weight, (20 lbs.) a side effect of Abilify? Answered by Tamika Roads 1 month ago.
Periodic Limb Movement Disorder - Abilfy (Aripiprazole)?
It is not Tardive Diskensia , it is PLMD (Periodic Limb Movement Disorder).
Asked by Sherell Belgrave 1 month ago.
I have been taking Aripiprazole for the last 7 years for the treatment of Bipolar Disorder. Now for the last few days I got Periodic Limb Movement Disorder (perodic leg movement for 2 hours during sleep daily). Is it in anyway connected to Abilify (Aripiprazole). Presently I am taking 5 mg of Abilify as maintanance treatmnt for bipolar disorder. Answered by Kimberli Pheonix 1 month ago.
I was on olanzapine then came of them and my doctor gave me aripiprazole, and said they don't cause weight gain, I took them for one day but they made me feel week and sick, so I went back on the olanzapine without him knowing, the olanzapine makes me bloated and I gain too much weight so today iv gone back on...
Asked by Alejandro Trautner 1 month ago.
I was on olanzapine then came of them and my doctor gave me aripiprazole, and said they don't cause weight gain, I took them for one day but they made me feel week and sick, so I went back on the olanzapine without him knowing, the olanzapine makes me bloated and I gain too much weight so today iv gone back on the aripiprazole and feel sick in my tummy. will this feeling leave me and is it safe to switch from olanzapine to aripriprazole. Answered by Augustine Marmerchant 1 month ago.
Stick with the Aripiprazole change over. The side effects will settle down and as it does not cause the weight gain Olanzapine does, is much healthier for you. With weight gain comes diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure all risk factors for heart disease. Answered by Elbert Cerniglia 1 month ago.
Lamotrigine or Aripiprazole?
I have recently been diagnosed with Bipolar after years in treatment for bulimia nervosa, major depressive disorder and borderline personality disorder. My psychiatrist feels it would be good to try a new medication especially as I have experienced 2 manic episodes in the last 6 months and my depression has...
Asked by Kyoko Autaubo 1 month ago.
I have recently been diagnosed with Bipolar after years in treatment for bulimia nervosa, major depressive disorder and borderline personality disorder. My psychiatrist feels it would be good to try a new medication especially as I have experienced 2 manic episodes in the last 6 months and my depression has become intolerable and is no longer being helped by my current medication. I'm currently taking 225mg venlafaxine. Initially I would stay on this whilst taking a new medication and then that would be reviewed- whether to stay on it, switch to something else or come off it. Has anyone had any experiences with lamotrigine or aripiprazole? My psychiatrist has said that one of them would be best for me but has given me the choice which depending on how I feel about their possible side effects. Any advice or experiences would be great! Answered by Janis Fangmann 1 month ago.
actually you can take both of them. Lamotrigine is a mood stabilizer and aripiprazole is an anti psychotic (Abilify). I have taken them together before. No sweat..... Lamotrigine messed with my memory a bit but I am still on it.... Abilify gave me horrible insomnioa and made me manic.... I am now on Klonopin, Lamotrigine, and Saphris. Answered by Veronika Goeman 1 month ago.
Wow i think for you i once lived with a Bipolar human being and understand some better and grew up with my older sister being Bipolar besides (on the on the spot they did not understand what it became) some drugs lead them to a lot worse yet all of them had one aspect in uncomplicated and that is smoking pot which looked as if it would help the ultimate i do not and under no circumstances did smoke it so i'm no longer keeping that because i count on it even with the indisputable fact that it looked as if it would paintings the ultimate wish this facilitates Michael Answered by Milagro Gardunio 1 month ago.
I have tried both but my own and others experiences can drastically differ. If given the choice I would go for the mood stabilizer...if they both worked for me. Answered by Shawn Dellefave 1 month ago.
Question about aripiprazole (abilify) tablets?
I am about to start taking ARIPIPRAZOLE (ABILIFY) tablets in conjunction with seroquil have you done this?my psychiatrist has just given me these new tablets to try mainly because i was putting on so much weight on just the seroquilhave you taken these tablets before, i need them for PT SD OCD panic attacks...
Asked by Hettie Rimm 1 month ago.
I am about to start taking ARIPIPRAZOLE (ABILIFY) tablets in conjunction with seroquil have you done this? my psychiatrist has just given me these new tablets to try mainly because i was putting on so much weight on just the seroquil have you taken these tablets before, i need them for PT SD OCD panic attacks and depression if you could tell me how you got on i am hoping i will feel a bit more part of life on them as at the moment i am just existing how long until i see and feel a difference thanks for your answers Answered by Norberto Macphail 1 month ago.
Yes I have taken aripiprazole along with Quetiapene (Seroquel). It didnt work for me but everyone is different - it just didnt help my mood or anxiety. I am now on Duloxetine with the seroquel and it has made a great difference, but you just cant say what will work for other people. Hope it works for you! Answered by Luis Hollering 1 month ago.
Abilify is a sturdy decision for what you're desiring. i've got not taken Seroquil yet I particularly have taken Abilify with different head meds and overall I particularly have particularly enjoyed Abilify. It has dealt with enterprise with out lots of area outcomes it fairly is surely effective. i could have not any situation recommending Abilify to a buddy or relatives member. Answered by Lynette Kormann 1 month ago.
Is aripiprazole a Proton Pump Inhibitor?
Asked by Alex Creese 1 month ago.
No, Aripiprazole is an anti-depressant. It is sold under the brand name Abilify and is used to treat depression, schizophrenia, autism. Answered by Hayley Ruddick 1 month ago.