Atypical antipsychotic

What is Atypical antipsychotic?

Atypical anti psychotics are a group of anti psychotic drugs, they are second generation drugs used to treat psychiatric conditions.

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Could I be having Parkinson's type symptoms from fluanxol? Fluanxol inhibits dopamine, Parkinsons is about inhibited dopamine...

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I take Lamictal 400mg Kolonopin 4mg. I took Geodon for 12yrs 80mg but started getting Eps. My doctor switched me to 20mgs zyprexa 2 days ago and I...

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Hi, my daughter is 20 years old and has a bipolar since September 2011. She has been on xyprexa but her condition has not been getting better in...

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