Zyprexa for Obsessive compulsive disorder treatment

We have 276 consumer reports for treatment of Obsessive compulsive disorder with Zyprexa. Obsessive compulsive disorder used in 3% of cases.

Patients statistics on Obsessive compulsive disorder for Zyprexa

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
173.06
159.83

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 11″

Average age
47
37

Zyprexa Circle Diagram 9 consumers of 276 reported about Obsessive compulsive disorder

  1. Robert T. Hamilton says:
    3.0 rating

    Zyprexa for Nausea; Obsessive compulsive disorder

    slight weight gain (5kg), helps against nausea !, slightly gefuehlsminimierend, immediately settle (I’ve tried) I could not sleep (so I’ll take it) and had the feeling to be evil, somehow with the evil and something … 🙂 but it will soon try to reduce from 10 to 7.5mg, then the settling is certainly more pleasant.

    Side effects: Increase in weight
  2. Natasha H. Seabolt says:
    4.5 rating

    Zyprexa for Obsessive compulsive disorder

    I got Zyprexa against compulsory acts. I should rest with it. For me BPS is based on the most extreme anxiety and panic attacks, which drove me almost insane and the constraints became more extreme. Suicidal thoughts have been with me since my childhood. I can control her pretty well now, but she does not want to. Have already several suicide attempts behind me. And now Zyprexa? I do not know why, but everywhere, where in the mode of action is strongly sedating, everything seems just totally the opposite. I do not get a bit quiet, can not sleep, take against restlessness and panic Alprazolam. The side effects of Zyprexa have been enough for me these days. I will drop it today without a doctor. Because I noticed and again expected that, just like with countless antidepressants, which should act as a sedentary, just this effect never occurred, but this sufficient side effects and especially increased suicidal thoughts that go so far or go, that I already I’m back at the plan. I’m already chronically suicidal anyway, and I do not have to give it that extra. At some point you just give up. What else should one take? Have also read a lot of testimonials on Zyprexa, which strengthens me in my decision, and before I take this stuff over months or even years and then undergo a withdrawal, I prefer to stop it sooner. Withdrawal is nothing nice, I’ve got through with Benzos. So do not have to go through the same again with Zyprexa.

    Side effects: Suicidal ideation; Insomnia
  3. Keith P. Crowe says:
    3.0 rating

    Zyprexa for Obsessive compulsive disorder

    Is a Medikanment with which I could work well. Belongs next to Tabor to the only drugs, which I associate with positive thoughts. It also strengthens the spirits. Forced thoughts were very quickly very limited. The package size was impractical, 10 weeks ration are stupid, 12 weeks would be much more practical (because of appointments with the doctor). Weight gain was acceptable at the first time, 1 kg per month. Wide feet have remained (from 45 to 46). The second time, I had to drop it after 5 weeks, because I have gained 2 kilos per week and I could hardly limit my passions. Initially buying spree, then increased urge for beer, and cigarettes, and sweets, 500 gram cake in the evening no problem. Since I stopped smoking with Champix, I had to sell Zyprexa, the addiction pressure was almost unbearable. No withdrawal symptoms. Instead of Zyprexa, I now regularly play brain jogging, at least as well. Do not laugh, try it!

  4. Francis K. Wegner says:
    5.0 rating

    Zyprexa for Schizophrenia; Obsessive compulsive disorder

    At first I only got (inpatient) Zyprexa prescribed-whereby the medical doctor who had also-as it seemed to me-had used out of a trial mood paired with helplessness. But he did a little luck with it. At least if you have already tried almost all atypicals with mostly strong side effects (like constant resting heart rate above 100 (with Seroquel), restlessness (with Solian), parkinsonoid (with Abilify and Risperdal).) Then again about 6 weeks after the inpatient discharge psychotic I then spent more than three years tinkering with the dose of Zyprexa (between 5mg-30mg) in order to deal with the remaining compulsive impulses, but on this Zyprexa had no effect, so I started taking Lorazepam ( However, this has only dampened the fears associated with the obsessive-compulsive impulses / thoughts.Finally, I have discontinued the antidepressant Cymbalta before half-a-half (actually unsuitable for schizophrenia with obsessive-compulsive impulses) and replaced with sertraline (also here maximum ambulant dose 200mg) and that has then completely shot down my bird he rarely (not at all) in frightening situations of coercion and have for a half year a constant dose of 10mg Zyprexa, 200mg Sertraline and 2mg Lorazepam (Tavor). Since then, I have no more mental limitations and do not waste any time trying out anything new, let alone rummaging back on the dose (that’s pure poison!). Note, of course, I also had the strong compulsory weight gain of Zyprexa: from 60Kg on up to 82kg – today I am constantly between 73kg-75kg.

    Side effects: Increase in weight