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Treating Schizophrenia through behavioral therapy and medication - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Answered : 40 Questions

Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hi
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
User :   i have schizoaffective
User :   disorder
User :   and i hate taking medicines
User :   i feel like they make my mood worse
User :   i don't believe i have schizoaffective disorder
User :   and believe in the power of positive thinking
Doctor :   May I know your age and gender?
User :   22
User :   male
Doctor :  
Have you under gone behavioural therapy?
User :   no
Doctor :  
Schizophrenia need both medical drugs and behavioural therapy.
User :   i have actually have a physciatrist who does both
User :   for me
Doctor :  
Infact the behavioral therapy is the main stay of treatment.
Doctor :  
Regular follow up and therapy is essential in better treatment of the condition.
User :   ok
Doctor :  
Do you have any other query?
User :   what does divalproex sodium do
User :   does it have any bad effects in people who don't think they have schizoaffective
User :   i take 750 mg
User :   3 x 250 mg
Doctor :  
Divalpro sodium is a medication that is basically used for treatment of convulsion.
Doctor :  
It can be used as an antipsychotic medication too.
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