Risperdal for Borderline treatment

We have 274 consumer reports for treatment of Borderline with Risperdal. Borderline used in 8% of cases.

Patients statistics on Borderline for Risperdal

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
145.87
157.63

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 8″

Average age
31
32

Risperdal Circle Diagram 21 consumers of 274 reported about Borderline

  1. Michael R. Neubauer says:
    2.5 rating

    Risperdal for Autism; Borderline

    Risperdal reaction pharyngeal stiffness will be injected valproate not yet real improvement, still hitting very violently against the head must have tied the hands on back. We suffer it very much because no medication has yet struck

  2. Larry L. Alexander says:
    4.5 rating

    Risperdal for Borderline

    I got 4mg of Risperdal at Gö University Hospital because I behaved in a state of emergency during treatment with my panic attacks. The drug was very fast and reliable. Unfortunately, in my case, it also favored various side effects: disproportionate fatigue and drowsiness, eating and obesity (20 kilograms in less than 6 months), indifference, strong emotional and emotional fluctuations, very strong emotional numbness in the sexual area due to numbness in the penis as well as ejaculation disorders and erection problems , Increased urinary retention and also listlessness, physical inactivity and very strong gastrointestinal problems. Overall, I advise against taking the drug because the side effects are significantly greater than the benefit. After 2 years, I noticed the drug’s inefficiency, because I’m more likely to interfere with this drug myself than it would help me. In particular, by the very strong sleep inducing effect one is hereby unable to cope with everyday life. As a short-term medication over a period of up to 14 days in acute phases, however, I would take it.

  3. Beverly W. Moring says:
    3.0 rating

    Risperdal for Borderline

    24 hours of tiredness, sleeping in one piece, severe concentration problems, aggression, confusion

    Side effects: Confusion; Aggressiveness; Fatigue
  4. Maurice R. Morrow says:
    5.0 rating

    Risperdal for Dissociative disturbance; Borderline; Depression

    Venlafaxin: I was pretty sick at the beginning and I felt restless. In the evening I had sleep problems, which I actually have, but I felt it was getting worse. This went away after 4 weeks but the sleep problems remained. The dose had to be increased, after the 4 weeks, however, and the same started from the beginning. I also had absolute libido problems at the beginning. In the meantime, I got the maximum dose of 375 mg, which later was reduced to 225 mg, which I then took until recently, because it just did not bring much and I got another drug (Elontril). It helped a lot against my impulsivity in the beginning, but later it got more and more relaxed. Later in the case means after about 2 years. Other medicines such as Cymbalta or other sertonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, however, have done nothing. Risperidone: Risperidone left me relatively relaxed and a little tired, but otherwise I did not experience any side effects. I took 2 mg of it a day. My susceptibility to fall into a dissotiation was noticeably lower and I felt better with this drug. Clonidine: From clonidine, I realized that I was calmer and did not feel the urge to hurt myself. I had no side effects. Neurocil: From Neurocil I noticed a fast sedative effect, which was very strong for me. I just wanted to sleep afterwards and had problems talking. My thoughts were very funny and totally confused.

  5. Tara P. Garcia says:
    3.5 rating

    Risperdal for Borderline; Psychosis

    Risperdal: I was completely blown away by the drug. For days I walked around like a zombie. Doxepin: Super AD. First days very tired, but the effect was awesome. Like New born! Paroxat: The medicine blew me away. For days I walked around like a zombie. Reinforced suicidal thoughts extremely. Amisulprid: No effect, because too short.

  6. Suzy P. Andrews says:
    4.0 rating

    Risperdal for Sleep disorders; Bipolar disorder; Borderline

    With lamotrigine, I only caused a side effect at 150mg and 200mg. I then screwed down to 100mg. I’m happy with it-only I have the feeling that it does not really help. Mood swings have become less, but not so that the quality of life has increased. Had to take another neuroleptic: risperdal 0.5mg. Even at this low dose, I have been causing side effects: prolactin levels have risen (breast milk), weight gain (6kg), difficulty concentrating and a feeling of indifference, lameness (most of all NOTHING does the whole day). set it down now after 7 months. The settling has brought me no problems. Now take 150mg of Lamotrigine (100mg in the morning, 50mg in the evening) and Molipaxin to sleep, 50mg. No big side effects with Molipaxin (trazodone, like TRITTICO). Do not sleep though. Wake up in the night and need weigs until I can fall asleep. I also have eye pain. Feel great in the morning …

  7. Norma T. Rivera says:
    2.0 rating

    Risperdal for Hebephrenia; Borderline; Depression; Psychosis

    – underneath risperdal – stiffness of the neck, palpitations, fatigue, aggressiveness – after lowering of the risperdal mirror (due to strong weight gain refusal of medication by patients) – under cibralex – nausea vomiting very changeable mood – under seroquel – at the beginning delusional disorders, muscle twitching (facial expression), after restlessness phases doubled in the evening drug; ennorme weight gain in the first half of the year over 30 kilos after 10 kilos; medication now 400; in spite of diet rich in fiber, the overweight remains; increased liver values have been proven; disturbances in concentration in the afternoon are very marked, as well as facial muscle twitching in connection with high feelings of sadness; ask for my part: is this a biblical disorder ??