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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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I am pretty sure I have a psychosis due to

I am pretty sure I have a psychosis due to the use of cannabis. I have the feeling that I don’t have all my focus and things don’t feel like its really happening. I have accepted these changes but was wondering if there is a medication that I can take to get back to normal, and what are the side effects of the medicine?
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