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Disorganized schizophrenia

What is Disorganized schizophrenia?

A severe form of schizophrenia characterized by the predominance of incoherence, blunted, inappropriate, or silly affect, and the absence of systematized delusions.

Questions and answers on "Disorganized schizophrenia"

What is the prognosis for disorganized schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder? Is there any treatment issues of which the family needs to be aware?
Hi XXXXXXX

The prognosis of disorganized schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder are different. These two disorders probably lies at two ends of the schizophrenia spectrum with regard to prognosis, with disorganized schizophrenia having the worst and schizoaffective disorder having the best...
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I am 25 years old female married for 6+months i am taking arip mt 15 mg for the past 1year about but now i want to become pregnaant is this medicine safe if i breastfeed the baby after pregnanacy tell me the names and about other medicines which i...
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the medicine you are talking about is not compatible with pregnancy
it may have harmful effect on foetus
discuss with your doctor and take advise regarding pregnancy while on treatment and find out whether the doctor [psychiatrist]prescribe medicines that compatible...
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I think I have schizophrenia. I m a 16 year old girl who has suffered abuse and bullying as a child. I ve struggled with on and off undiagnosed depression for three years now and it turned me into a compulsive liar, and I think this is when I...
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First of all, from the coherence of your language, from the use of technical words like hypnogogic hallucinations, hallucinations etc, from the presence of insight that the voices that you hear are not real but hallucinations etc......I do not see the cognitive changes, the decline in...
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Dear Sir I need your help in finding ayurveda solutions for schezephrenia deseases
yes in ayurveda & shidha healing therapy u can cure ur disease.schizephrenia is called atatwabhinivesh in ayurveda.

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Hello doctor ,my name is taniya,my query is about my mother who is 50 years old , she has suddenly developed having visuals which we r not able to see & hear things.She thinks everyone in the neighbour is conspiring against her,so we consulted a...
Thanks for he query

Looks lkeyour mother is suffering from visual and auditory hallucinations. She has been given anti schizophrenic agets for the same. She is in the right line of treament. follow up and dose regualations play a key role here

Have a healthy living
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hello doctor 39 year old male, Unmarried. Iam having schizophrenia for the last 12 years and have been on various drugs. Presently iam taking serenace( haloperidol ) 15 mg at night. Zosert 50mg for compulsive buying disorder. My main problem was...
Brief Answer:
Please do not worry about the dose of haloperidol.

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Welcome to Healthcare Magic!

Unfortunately there is no "cure" for schizophrenia. But there is a wide range of medications available which can control the disease. There are also many patients who are able to go...
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Hi Sir/Madam, My brother has been suffering from schizophrenia for the last 13 years and we family member are very much desperate to cure him. Please advise us. Thanks XXXXXXX XXXXXXX
Hello,
Thanks for your query.
I appreciate your efforts for medical consultation in so much distress for your brother.

Important aspects of your query are:
•     34 year old male
•     Total illness duration 13 years, precipitated by Typhoid
•     Known case of Schizophrenia
•     Complaints of: living in own...
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