Sensation disorders effect of Zyprexa

We have 276 consumer reports for Zyprexa. Sensation disorders effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Sensation disorders side effect for Zyprexa

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
119.05
181.88

Average height in Ft
5′ 7″
5′ 10″

Average age
41
54

Zyprexa Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 276 reported about Sensation disorders

  1. Michelle J. Mathis says:
    4.0 rating

    Zyprexa for Psychosis

    Emotional flattening, self-alienation, complete loss of libido, weight gain of 8kg in three months, cravings, sensory overload (external stimuli felt exhausting: light too bright etc.), memory problems, excessive need for sleep, constant leaden fatigue, spasticity, Parkinson’s disease, tingling in the limbs , Electric shock, involuntary movements, headache, constipation, muscle stiffness, muscle spasms

  2. Daniel T. Denson says:
    3.5 rating

    Zyprexa for Psychosis

    I recommend nobody to take Zyprexa in the long term. It is very effective in the acute phase of psychosis. I came out with 5-10mg from the acute phase within 2 months. The short-term and long-term side effects are, however, glorifying and mostly unknown to psychiatrists or they just shove it into the wrong drawer. When I had my psychotic episode I lost my job and was put on Zyprexa 5 mg within 2 months I was out of the psyhose but I was still mentally ill. I had extreme anxiety that paralyzed me in my actions. An inner restlessness. As if you were going to explode. These side effects of Zyprexa have been added by my psychiatrist to schizophrenia. I just hope that he did not get better. Added to this were suicidal thoughts. I did not know those thoughts from before and also felt them to be absurd. But they kept coming up to me again and again. From my psychiatrist to the psychosis. When I started to work again, the anxiety, inner turmoil and suicidal thoughts became stronger. I reported about it to my psychiatrist and we increased the dose of Zyprexa. The higher the dosage of Zyprexa the worse the side effects. Increase of anxiety until it became unbearable. Suicidal thoughts were reinforced. The fatigue increased. Stiffness of the muscles. Twitching of the muscles, which were interpreted as restless leg. Electricity discharges in the brain that exploded like an explosion and then swept across the body. Depressions. Numbness on the whole body on the left side to the right, speech disorders. Stuttering, word-finding disorders. Lack of concentration. Dizziness. Weight gain. Incoordination. Narrowing of the visual field, perception disorders. (no psyhose but one takes his umwellt not true) extreme emotional blunting) I do not know what I should still pay. After 5 years I am a mental Wrak and my psychiatrist has put most of it on any other illnesses or pushed the psychosis itself. I was socially isolated because I did not get along with the situation. When I started taking Zyprexa, most of them were not known or published. Zyprexa can not be deposed like that either (my psychiatrist told me) you should steal it because the withdrawal symptoms are just as colorful as the side effects themselves. And still most of the side effects have not been published. Not even half of what you can read in the I-Net is in the pack. And only through the Internet, I realized that I am not alone with the side effects and the Zyprexa is the cause of all the suffering I went through. Zyprexa is suitable for the acute stage. For long term therapy definitely not. And do not get rid of your psychiatrist because that’s the psychosis or some other illness. Zyprexa makes these side effects.

  3. Chester G. Marshall says:
    3.5 rating

    Zyprexa for Depression

    Take 2.5 mg, previously 5 mg attempts to sell Zyprexa for weeks, it’s hell. Still have strong side effects: Misperception, high blood pressure, impotence, suicidal thoughts. My doctor said that Zyprexa is not addictive, but the withdrawal symptoms are very strong. My doctor now wants to support me through discontinuing psychotherapy.