Risperdal for Hebephrenia treatment

We have 274 consumer reports for treatment of Hebephrenia with Risperdal. Hebephrenia used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Hebephrenia for Risperdal

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
286.6
191.07

Average height in Ft
5′ 10″
6′

Average age
32
36

Risperdal Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 274 reported about Hebephrenia

  1. John S. Sanders says:
    4.0 rating

    Risperdal for Hebephrenia

    I took the drug one day for a dose and was totally tired. It seems like every neuroleptics that the body first has to adjust to. I was so tired that I could no longer follow the conversation and just wanted to rest. Therefore, I have no experience with the drug. It is also always difficult to judge what the drug (neuroleptics) is and what the disease is. I am one of the lucky ones who have been hired on a Risperdal Consta and therefore do not have to take medication anymore than to pick up a syringe every 2 weeks. I can only recommend this injection because it helps against all the positive symptoms of my illness. Unfortunately, there are also some side effects but you can prevent it by going down with the dose.

    Side effects: Fatigue
  2. 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 ??