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Akathisia and Tardive Dyskinesia from anti-psychotic meds

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    epthe
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    This is where i’m going to post links to youtube videos of people suffering side effects of anti-psychotic meds. Feel free to join in and post videos you have found about this topic…

    https://youtu.be/vcy-oDM5XHs

    https://youtu.be/W_iiy8ISvdY

    https://youtu.be/svoDpICEnsg

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    The_cat
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    #104080
    epthe
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    Here is one where a person without psychosis was prescribed Reglan and developed life long tardive dyskinesia after just one dose. That’s how dangerous these drugs are. And there is more and more of this prescribing dangerous anti-psychotic meds for people who are not even experiencing psychosis.

    https://youtu.be/O1CnEnhicUo

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    epthe
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    #104083
    epthe
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    This is from Geodon, the one they had me on…

    https://youtu.be/QXPnngZUFLY

    #104084
    epthe
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    Another victim of Geodon, which is an atypical anti-psychotic medication, the kind that they said are supposedly unlikely to cause TD.

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    epthe
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    #106222
    epthe
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    Found another one that should scare anyone off from taking antipsychotics…

    https://youtu.be/t_NKRS8lLWA

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    Auntie Psychiatry
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    I haven’t been able to get ‘Dorothy’ out of my mind for the past 2 days. The torment of severe dyskinesia is excruciating, but the thing that really gets to me is the way the doctor gives her orders, and she meekly complies, like some goddamn cursed performing seal. Heartbreaking.

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    epthe
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    I haven’t been able to get ‘Dorothy’ out of my mind for the past 2 days. The torment of severe dyskinesia is excruciating, but the thing that really gets to me is the way the doctor gives her orders, and she meekly complies, like some goddamn cursed performing seal. Heartbreaking.

    Very good point. I’m afraid a lot of people in the mental health system have the trained seal way of thinking about their psychiatrist. We are never taught to question authority and to wonder if the people in these positions of authority over us have our best interests at heart. It reminds me of The Matrix movie where very few people actually wake up and see the world for the way it really is.

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