Hot hunger attacks effect of Risperdal

We have 274 consumer reports for Risperdal. Hot hunger attacks effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Hot hunger attacks side effect for Risperdal

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
143.3
233.69

Average height in Ft
5′ 1″
6′

Average age
24
45

Risperdal Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 274 reported about Hot hunger attacks

  1. Iva M. Miller says:
    3.5 rating

    Risperdal for Obsessive compulsive disorder

    I take the drug because I have fears and compulsions and Asperger’s autism. I was recommended the drug by a psychiatry. Since I take these tablets (0,5mg / evening) I am clearly not as hectic as before and the fears and constraints are still there but wessentlich better. But the whole thing has a disadvantage I have about 15 kg increased within about one year, as these tablets stimulate hunger. That was very hard for me. I am now again from these pounds abzunehem which works very hard.

  2. Gordon T. Johnson says:
    2.5 rating

    Risperdal for Psychosis

    So in 2004 I had about 90kg weight, now I have about 112 and always hungry. I also had diabetes grade 1, the ophthalmologist told me because of my vision defect. I get a 50mg Risperdalspritze every 14 days. I wanted to reduce it to 25mg twice but my psychologist was against it. Probably I will change to another doctor, a second opinion can not hurt.

  3. 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.