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What treatment should be taken for one showing aggressive behavior at times and calmness otherwise ?

hi am a sister of the patient I hav came to know by noticing the behaviour of my brother that he might b suffering through depression ... he is too reckless and agressive .. calm for one moment and in very next second he juz burst out ..!! i want him to see a psyciatrist but don t know how to make him confront with the thoguth that he is depressed?? am really worried for him ...
Asked On : Mon, 5 Mar 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response

Your Brother might be suffering from a psychotic illness.

He needs to take medication. How long this is going on on.

However I suggest him take medication. However he can take medications initially till controlled behaviour,

However he needs to answer a few of my questions like whether he hallucinates?

Is he depressed?

sleeps Pattern/

eating behaviour/

any drugs of abuse/

whether talking to self/

any precipitating factor his age/

is this first attack/

any medications given


family history

premorbid history are all necessary to come to a final diagnosis.

later an advice can be given.

an interview with a psychiatrist would be helpful.

or you can go online consultation, we are happy to interview him.

Answered: Fri, 9 Mar 2012
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Psychiatrist Dr. B. P. Sinha's  Response
Do not keep him in dark, tell him straight that he needs a doctor to control his mood swing. If aggreed take him to your family Physician first and follow his advice.
Answered: Fri, 9 Mar 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Vikas Poddar's  Response

welcome to hcm

dear XXXXX

you can ask your brother that u need to take some tablets for your aggressive nature as it might affect your health badly. prepare him like this to meet a psychiatrist and consult him.

take care

Answered: Mon, 5 Mar 2012
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