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Lethargic, depressed, easy fatigue, enervation after taking risperidone, nexito. What should be done?

HI SIR I am muthu kumar from hosur.i am taking risperidone 2 ml, nexito 10 mg .i am in active for past 50 days.i could not reach to a clear conclusion.i am depressed and i could do a small work. i am idle and am worrying lot about my health. i can eat food but i feel it is not getting stored in stomach .my energy is getting wasted after eating i feel.can anybody help me and suggest me???
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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Dec 2014
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You are having lethargy, fatigue, enervation after taking resperidone and escitalopram. See resperidone has some side effects of sedation and a little increase in anxiety which is causing lethargy, fatigue in your case. The ideas that food in not properly stored in stomach, and excessive worries about health are nothing but due to depressive symptoms only. As per my opinion your symptoms are not properly controlled so please visit your psychiatrist again for these symptoms. Many medicines like benzodiazepines can improve anxiety in such situations.

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