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Orthomolecular treatment for Differential schizophrenia. - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hello doctor
Doctor :   How can I helpyou
User :   i am under treatment
User :   my illness diagonised as un differentiated schezophrenia
Doctor :   ok
User :   medication is ARPIZOL15 AND OLEANZ 2.5
Doctor :   Ok
User :   I AM MALE AGED 43
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   For Administrative and health purposes, Please provide these details -Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status:
User :   43 MALE, BACHELOR
Doctor :   Is there any thing specific you wanted as a second opinion regarding this
User :   i have been taking this since i month
User :   i have difficulty to work
User :   fatigue
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   When were you diagnosed with this
User :   i have been taking psychiatric drugs for depression for past 22 years.
User :   now i consulted, they diagonised my illness as UNDIFFERENTIATED SCEZOPHRENIA
User :   one month now
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Is there any thing specific you wanted as a second opinion regarding this
User :   is taking b complex injection will cure the fatige?
User :   if so , how often?
Doctor :   Were you feeling fatigue since you started on the drugs
User :   yes
User :   is this illness completely curable?
Doctor :   DId you feel it early to the medicines at all during your antidepressant medication
User :   little
Doctor :   I shall answer you question one by one
User :   previously i was taking OLEANZ 2.5 AND Desval ER 125
Doctor :   Most commonly the Extreme fatigue and feeling of weakness are symptoms of Schizophrenia
Doctor :   along with other
Doctor :   The principal method used in diagnosing is clinical observation by the doctor.
User :   is this illness completely curable?
Doctor :   I cant answer this question directly
Doctor :   but some treatments make it 80% treatable
User :   any thing u advise/suggest for me?
Doctor :   There are many schools of thought and many opinions regarding the treatment of schizophrenia.
User :   yes
Doctor :   The usual forms of treatment are tranquilizers, psychotherapy or electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).
Doctor :   Orthomolecular treatment is reported to be effective in 80 percent or more of the cases and is the best treatment developed so far.
Doctor :   especially with those substances normally found in the body such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other essential molecules.
Doctor :   So the fatigue is also addressed at the same time
User :   yes
Doctor :   Vitamins and minerals are administered according to the individual needs of patients. A good diet is considered to be an important part of the therapy.
User :   yes
Doctor :   Most importantly the family support and the individuals pscyoglogical strength is important
User :   yes
Doctor :   So you have to cope up with the family and learning more about the illness
Doctor :   How important would be the treatment
User :   yes
Doctor :   which is long term
User :   yes
Doctor :   SO please consult your treating doctor to vitamin dosages and diet and other therapies should be regulated to suit the needs
User :   ok
Doctor :   anything else
User :   no . thank u very much doctor...bye
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