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Atypical antipsychotics for OCD. Which is best?

Posted by yeltom on January 27, 2003, at 0:06:28

My doctor wants to add a low dosage of an atypical antipsychotic to Celexa for OCD. We've been considering risperdal, zyprexa, seroquel, and geodon. Zyprexa caused too much sedation and appetite increase. Risperdal seems to make me impotent (Does that make sense at only .25 mg? Have other people experienced this?) I guess that leaves geodon and seroquel. I know that geodon is supposed to cause less weight gain, but which one is more sedating? Which one works better? Has anyone had sexual dysfunction with either? Thanks.




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