Personality change effect of Risperdal

We have 274 consumer reports for Risperdal. Personality change effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Personality change side effect for Risperdal


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Risperdal Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 274 reported about Personality change

  1. Sylvia S. Heck says:
    4.0 rating

    Risperdal for Psychosis

    Side effects: steady weight gain (total 23kg), tiredness and long sleep duration, mild concentration problems, tingling / unrest in the legs, vision reduction. Personality change: less linguistic desire, less thoughts in the head, so less human inter-relationships. In case of overdose: depression with suicidal thoughts, mild restlessness. The drug works very well against schizophrenia, when taken no symptoms.

  2. Walter P. Terry says:
    3.5 rating

    Fluanxol, a classic (others say the first modern) neuroleptic impressed by its extremely reliable effect, it is especially strong anxiolytic. Unfortunately, all Neuolptika – without you notice it directly – in the long run dull and anhedonisch. I help myself with cannabis supplements, which in turn neutralize these unpleasant effects without negating the desired effect. risperdal, a sinfully expensive modern drug I can not recommend (in my experience). While I was correctly adjusted to 2 mg / fluanxol, I was on a high-dose dose of Risperdal for a full year psychotic like a stuffed rabbit. Only when I was given Fluanxol again at my own request, the horror box sounded. Why are so martial big and thick cannulas at Risperdal consta? Should the patient be instilled with fear? I do not understand.

  3. Wayne T. Scarbrough says:
    4.5 rating

    Risperdal for Schizophrenia; Depression; Psychosis

    Hello my friends of good pharmacy taste, after 2 psychoses I take Risperdal 4mg since 4 years. Diagnosis in the compulsory treatment schizophrenia, now treating amulant psychiatrist Schizoaffective disorder, my modest as well as often not acknowledged own opinion manic-depressive. Effect: Psychosevermeidend Side effects: Libido loss, nightmares, tiredness, listlessness, depression, change in nature, weight gain, sleep disorders After a few months you can probably tolerate the stuff more or less. Side effects as described. from time to time. Weight gain from 85 to 105 kg, so 20kg. Depending on the dosage, the side effects increase or decrease. More than 4mg I believe I have not been forcibly prescribed. 6mg is likely to make just about every rebellious psycho prisoner mellow and submissive. Have fun with it and with the treating physicians