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Side effects of Risperdal

Goodmorning, I m 29 years old and last year for a DAP my psychiatrist prescribed to me Sereupin 30 mg every day; last mounth for the resistence of my phobic state He prescribed me Risperdal 4mg/die but after two days that I assumed risperidone I feeled sleepiness, muffled, blurred vision , headache , distorted distances and without forces. I contacted my psychiatrist that said me my feelings were side effects of risperdal and He recommended me to stop the therapy with risperdal; so I stopped the therapy but now after a month I feel the same sensations like two day after the therapy with risperdal. My psychiatrist said me side effects can remain for different time after a patient stops the treatment with risperdal. Can risperdal have damaged me permanently? Why I feel 24/24 headache, sleepiness, muffled, blurred vision, distorted distances, sting to my eye and without forces? Are the side effects of risperdal reversible? Thanks
Asked On : Thu, 4 Nov 2010
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Can risperdal have damaged me permanently?
== no

Are the side effects of risperdal reversible?
== yes. with time.may be few months.

Answered: Thu, 4 Nov 2010
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