Hey there, did you manage to lose the weight?Yes. Here's a page with links to studies: https://mindfreedom.org/kb/neuroleptic-brain-damage/
Yes, mine came back after 4 months
most likely. you won't take as long as the people that have been on it for 1+ years.I had 3 shots do you think i ll recover quicker ? Please answer i m desperate
350 mg of xeplion so i think its more mg for invegamost likely. you won't take as long as the people that have been on it for 1+ years.
i had 3 injections too. I don't expect anything over 12 - 18 months personally. it's such a miniscule amount and I had moderate doses; 2 156mg and 1 117mg. on this graph thing i used to look at shows that 1 156 takes 8 months i think it was. that'd be the mid rang compared to other doses. what mg did you get?
I'm addressing this one to you, cause you seem to be most knowledgeable with pharmacokinetics right now. During the past 6 months I've been looking for interactions that Abilify may cause with other drugs, so I was cautious not to take those that interact with each other. So ever since they've given me an Abilify shot, I was taking big doses of propranolol on a daily basis. Of course I've checked whether or not propranolol and Abilify cause an interaction, on the drugs.com site it only says that "ARIPiprazole and propranolol may have additive effects in lowering your blood pressure.", so there was no information about propranol raising up the levels of Abilify, I was relieved because I must take a betabloker. Yesterday I somehow have found this information that propranolol is an inhibitor of CYP2D6 isoenzyme, of which Abilify is a substrate. I just couldn't believe it at that moment. So I've done some research and it said that propranolol increased the levels of haloperidol for example by a great amount. I felt doomed. You know, with Invega it's more simple because I think it doesn't use the most common CYP2D6 and CYP3A4, so there's not many interactions with drugs, but it's not the same way for Abilify. So I went to my psychiatrist and told her about my thoughts on this, she said that Abilify for sure is out of my system already and that she can't prescribe me another betabloker because only propranolol is registered for anxiety (I was about to ask for atenolol which is metabolised in the liver only by 10% at most, so it's not that bad). I don't really know what to do at this point, it's terrible. I was taking 40mg of propranolol twice daily which is a big dose. Is this possible that throughout all these months I was unconsciously slowing down the metabolism of Abilify by a great degree? I didn't take propranolol the last evening, so I want to check if today and tomorrow I'm gonna feel some difference, but I can't not take it forever, otherwise I'll have the resting heart rate of 120 BPM and about 200 when talking to people, it's impossible to deal with.you sure it's 350? highest is 150 with xeplion. or are you counting them together? if not then that's absurd and i don't understand why they'd give you so much.