Psycho-Babble Medication Thread 1021574

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Zyprexa side effects, brain damage

Posted by Dopaminer on July 17, 2012, at 3:41:57

Hi,
Im writing to you to ask if there is any way out of side effects caused by Zyprexa. I've heard that 0,1% of population has some extreeme side effects that i have also noticed on myself. I was forced to take it for 3 weeks in the Psychiatric hospital. And it seems it has influenced me alot despite of short time of taking.
Side effects:
Higher agression
Depresion
Anxiety
Headaches when standing up
Dizzyness
Suicide thoughts
Motivation and learning problems
Altered sexuality

I am a 20 year old male from Poland whos life got completly screwed up by this drug. I believe there are more people like me, and i believe nobody cares about us. I am extreemly close to commit suicide. My day for last two months starts and ends with thoughts about death and how to die without feeling much pain just to get relised from all of these side effects. Is there any way out of such side effects? Is it possible get rid off at least some of them? This drug already killed thousands of lifes. I feel like i will join these people soon.

 

Re: Zyprexa side effects, brain damage

Posted by bleauberry on July 17, 2012, at 5:24:05

In reply to Zyprexa side effects, brain damage, posted by Dopaminer on July 17, 2012, at 3:41:57

Every drug screws up a small percentage of people.

It may not be the drug that is the problem, but maybe the underlying disease which has not been considered yet, and the zyprexa somehow is interacting with that disease. Many examples, but here is one....most APs have some inherent antimicrobial mechanism. So if you have one of a dozen or so stealth hidden infections as the root cause of the brain problems, and zyprexa stirred up that hornet's nest, then yeah, things are going to be bizarre. I believe Poland is a high risk area for Lyme, but that is just one of a dozen possibilities.

It could be purely genetic. And then, it could be the zyprexa.

I was on zyprexa for 8 years. I do not feel like it caused any brain damage or lasting side effects, except maybe I am more susceptible to finger trembling than if I had never taken an AP.

I just think there is something else going on with you, zyprexa just happened to highlight it.

All the side effects you listed, well, those can happen with any psychiatric med. It's not just zyprexa.

 

Lou's response-dhawehygiz Dopaminer

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2012, at 8:04:19

In reply to Zyprexa side effects, brain damage, posted by Dopaminer on July 17, 2012, at 3:41:57

> Hi,
> Im writing to you to ask if there is any way out of side effects caused by Zyprexa. I've heard that 0,1% of population has some extreeme side effects that i have also noticed on myself. I was forced to take it for 3 weeks in the Psychiatric hospital. And it seems it has influenced me alot despite of short time of taking.
> Side effects:
> Higher agression
> Depresion
> Anxiety
> Headaches when standing up
> Dizzyness
> Suicide thoughts
> Motivation and learning problems
> Altered sexuality
>
> I am a 20 year old male from Poland whos life got completly screwed up by this drug. I believe there are more people like me, and i believe nobody cares about us. I am extreemly close to commit suicide. My day for last two months starts and ends with thoughts about death and how to die without feeling much pain just to get relised from all of these side effects. Is there any way out of such side effects? Is it possible get rid off at least some of them? This drug already killed thousands of lifes. I feel like i will join these people soon.
>

D_a_m,
You wrote,[...if there is any way out...suicide thoughts...life got ..screwed up by this drug (Zyprexa)...close to commit suicide...thoughts about death...is there any way out...this drug has killed thousands...].
There is a way out as revealed to me, but Mr. Hsiung has posted prohibitions to me here that preent me from posting here what has been revealed to me to lead you out of the death realm into a realm of life and peace.
You could have your doctor contact me and I could then communicate with your provider of the drugs what they could use as facts to plan for you to live. Be advised that others here could tell you to take another drug but if you die they can think that the drug works for some and not others so it is a roll of the dice. But there is much more to that type of thinking. For instance, what does {it works} mean? It could mean that for a moment there was a blunting from the drug and then later the drug caused an addiction and more suicidal thinking. You see, I know what these drugs do to one's nervouus system and brain, who made them and why, what the chemicl constintuants in these drugs are, and how they are used to kill. I am not permitted here to post what I want to about that, but you could go to the admin board and see a long list of unanswerd requests from me to Mr. Hsiug that if they were answerd, I think that your life, and the lives of others couuld be saved. I also ask you to show those posts from me to Mr. Hsiung to your doctor so if there is discussion between us, there could be a better understanding of why you want to kill yourself and (redacted by respondent). If you want to see other posts from me, you could do a search and try,[Lou, thalidomide] or, {Lou, Ambrose} or [Lou's request to Mr. Hsiung] or [Lou,Tramadol] or just go back in the archives years...
Lou

 

Re: Zyprexa side effects, brain damage Dopaminer

Posted by Phillipa on July 17, 2012, at 10:59:40

In reply to Zyprexa side effects, brain damage, posted by Dopaminer on July 17, 2012, at 3:41:57

I'm sorry you had such horrible reactions. What is your diagnosis and rationale for the zyprexa. Some say it is good for suicidal thoughts. I don't know have never taken it. Have you since seen another doc to help? And welcome to babble. Weight information carefully as no one is a doc here just people like you. Phillipa

 

Re: Zyprexa side effects, brain damage Dopaminer

Posted by b2chica on July 17, 2012, at 12:09:22

In reply to Zyprexa side effects, brain damage, posted by Dopaminer on July 17, 2012, at 3:41:57

i agree with bb on this.
HOWEVER, metaformin is being used to help with the side effect of weight gain and there was just a research article in pub med about metaformin showing encouraging signs in the brain of those with alzheimers and early dementia's.
regarding memory and cognition.

b2c.

 

Re: Lou's response-dhawehygiz

Posted by Dopaminer on July 18, 2012, at 1:42:46

In reply to Lou's response-dhawehygiz Dopaminer, posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2012, at 8:04:19

I would be happy if you could speak with my doctor through the telephone or e-mail.
You can send me an e-mail to Agajowniczek@gmail.com in order to contact me.

Thanks alot,
Andrew

 

Lou's reply-seaess Dopaminer

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 18, 2012, at 8:28:31

In reply to Re: Lou's response-dhawehygiz, posted by Dopaminer on July 18, 2012, at 1:42:46

> I would be happy if you could speak with my doctor through the telephone or e-mail.
> You can send me an e-mail to Agajowniczek@gmail.com in order to contact me.
>
> Thanks alot,
> Andrew

Andrew,
I would like for you to have an understanding of what the drug Zyprexa is. Is it a new drug or just a new name for an off-shoot of an old drug? And what are the chemical constituants that make up the drug?
You see, I am prohibited by Mr. Hsiung from posting a lot concerning the development of mind-altering drugs. You could look up,[Lou, riot control gas] (Actuallly, it is not a gas , but looks as such).
Lou

 

Lou's reply-ghamblurzruwin

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 18, 2012, at 17:48:24

In reply to Lou's reply-seaess Dopaminer, posted by Lou Pilder on July 18, 2012, at 8:28:31

> > I would be happy if you could speak with my doctor through the telephone or e-mail.
> > You can send me an e-mail to Agajowniczek@gmail.com in order to contact me.
> >
> > Thanks alot,
> > Andrew
>
> Andrew,
> I would like for you to have an understanding of what the drug Zyprexa is. Is it a new drug or just a new name for an off-shoot of an old drug? And what are the chemical constituants that make up the drug?
> You see, I am prohibited by Mr. Hsiung from posting a lot concerning the development of mind-altering drugs. You could look up,[Lou, riot control gas] (Actuallly, it is not a gas , but looks as such).
> Lou

Andrew,
Before I attempt to offer your prescriber of the drugs that you take an opportunity to learn from me, I would like for you to understand the potential consequences to someone with taking Zyprexa. Now I can compute that probability of getting a major life-ruining condition or death as a result of taking Zyprexa. Here is a way for you to see the chamnces of getting these from Zyprexa. To see this,
A. Pull up Google
B. Type in:
[could Zyprexa cause, ehealthme]
Now there will be pages of the different life-ruining conditions that one could get from taking Zyprexa. Be advised, that there is a set of people, myself included, that think that there are 100 times the reported cases. So if 265 people are listed as reported to have whatever, we think that the true number is 26500 cases because not all cases are reported.
Lou

 

Lou's reply-gudphoardhakhamewniddyazahol?

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 18, 2012, at 18:46:31

In reply to Lou's reply-ghamblurzruwin, posted by Lou Pilder on July 18, 2012, at 17:48:24

> > > I would be happy if you could speak with my doctor through the telephone or e-mail.
> > > You can send me an e-mail to Agajowniczek@gmail.com in order to contact me.
> > >
> > > Thanks alot,
> > > Andrew
> >
> > Andrew,
> > I would like for you to have an understanding of what the drug Zyprexa is. Is it a new drug or just a new name for an off-shoot of an old drug? And what are the chemical constituants that make up the drug?
> > You see, I am prohibited by Mr. Hsiung from posting a lot concerning the development of mind-altering drugs. You could look up,[Lou, riot control gas] (Actuallly, it is not a gas , but looks as such).
> > Lou
>
> Andrew,
> Before I attempt to offer your prescriber of the drugs that you take an opportunity to learn from me, I would like for you to understand the potential consequences to someone with taking Zyprexa. Now I can compute that probability of getting a major life-ruining condition or death as a result of taking Zyprexa. Here is a way for you to see the chamnces of getting these from Zyprexa. To see this,
> A. Pull up Google
> B. Type in:
> [could Zyprexa cause, ehealthme]
> Now there will be pages of the different life-ruining conditions that one could get from taking Zyprexa. Be advised, that there is a set of people, myself included, that think that there are 100 times the reported cases. So if 265 people are listed as reported to have whatever, we think that the true number is 26500 cases because not all cases are reported.
> Lou

Andrew,
Now here is another link concerning the relation between Zyprexa and death, statistically, that is.
Now you could see members here posting about how they take zyprexa, but do you really want to take the risk of death that goes along with taking zyprexa? And remember, what credibility could you give to someone's posting that they take zyprexa and have not died yet? Could they not die tomorrow? You see, it is generally agreed that about 42,000 people died just last year from psychiatric druggin'. This could mean that millions of people could die from these drugs going forward if the number of people that take these drugs is increased. And with the advertising done by the drug manufactureres and the potential for doctors having financial ties to them, could not the next year bring 52,000 deaths and then 62,000 deaths nd then 100,000 deaths per year? There is an arithmetic proof that I could post here to show you this using arithmetic and geometric progresssions and sequences. But this is not a math forum...
Now I ask you, if this community allows people to tell others to take a drug that could kill them, is that supportive?
Lou
http://www.ehealthme/ds/zyprexa/death

 

Re: Zyprexa side effects, brain damage Dopaminer

Posted by Zyprexa on July 18, 2012, at 22:52:57

In reply to Zyprexa side effects, brain damage, posted by Dopaminer on July 17, 2012, at 3:41:57

Maybe you should try Abilify? I take zyprexa with extreamly good results. But when I took abilify it messed me up big time.

 

Re: Lou's reply-ghamblurzruwin

Posted by Dopaminer on July 19, 2012, at 4:50:43

In reply to Lou's reply-ghamblurzruwin, posted by Lou Pilder on July 18, 2012, at 17:48:24

It is in fact a drug that should be perscribed with attention. Also they should not force people into taking drugs that might damage their central nervous system. You see we have a problem here because 90% of people might feel better after this drug 8 % might feel bad, and 2% might have some irreversable brain damage. I assume this is because everybody's nervous system is different and some people (like ie. You and me) might have smaller or no resistance to some side effects and might react negatively to some chemical base of a drug.
Another question to you lou. Do you think that aldult dopaminergic neurogenesis in the mesocortical pathaway might exist? Is there any way of creating new dopamine receptors in the frontal lobe? Ive heard about so called 'adenovirus' which seems to create new dopamine neurons in the brain that may be a cure for people with parkinson desease.
Also I am curious how do you increase your motor activity etc. In order to function normally with damaged CNS, If you have taken this crap or similar neuroleptics.
I know what zyprexa is, and how it can screw up people's life like it did with mine. It is hard to get used to a fact that simple activities such as brushing your teeth or prepareing meal for yourself become a problem due to a lack of motivation. I also have this feeling (to which i actually got used to as i'm more than month after zyprexa) that im actually dreaming a little bit all the time. It is disgusting. Anxiety and cofusion are an everyday to me and i struggle to function normally. Also i have noticed that im more
Agressive which might be a direct or indirect influence of the drug due to the anger because of other side effects.

Andrew from Poland

 

Re: Lou's reply-ghamblurzruwin

Posted by Dopaminer on July 19, 2012, at 5:13:41

In reply to Lou's reply-ghamblurzruwin, posted by Lou Pilder on July 18, 2012, at 17:48:24

It is in fact a drug that should be perscribed with attention. Also they should not force people into taking drugs that might damage their central nervous system. You see we have a problem here because 90% of people might feel better after this drug 8 % might feel bad, and 2% might have some irreversable brain damage. I assume this is because everybody's nervous system is different and some people (like ie. You and me) might have smaller or no resistance to some side effects and might react negatively to some chemical base of a drug.
Another question to you lou. Do you think that aldult dopaminergic neurogenesis in the mesocortical pathaway might exist? Is there any way of creating new dopamine receptors in the frontal lobe? Ive heard about so called 'adenovirus' which seems to create new dopamine neurons in the brain that may be a cure for people with parkinson desease.
Also I am curious how do you increase your motor activity etc. In order to function normally with damaged CNS, If you have taken this crap or similar neuroleptics.
I know what zyprexa is, and how it can screw up people's life like it did with mine. It is hard to get used to a fact that simple activities such as brushing your teeth or prepareing meal for yourself become a problem due to a lack of motivation. I also have this feeling (to which i actually got used to as i'm more than month after zyprexa) that im actually dreaming a little bit all the time. It is disgusting. Anxiety and cofusion are an everyday to me and i struggle to function normally. Also i have noticed that im more
Agressive which might be a direct or indirect influence of the drug due to the anger because of other side effects.

Andrew from Poland

 

correction- Lou's reply-gudphoardhakhamewniddy?

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 19, 2012, at 5:56:20

In reply to Lou's reply-gudphoardhakhamewniddyazahol?, posted by Lou Pilder on July 18, 2012, at 18:46:31

> > > > I would be happy if you could speak with my doctor through the telephone or e-mail.
> > > > You can send me an e-mail to Agajowniczek@gmail.com in order to contact me.
> > > >
> > > > Thanks alot,
> > > > Andrew
> > >
> > > Andrew,
> > > I would like for you to have an understanding of what the drug Zyprexa is. Is it a new drug or just a new name for an off-shoot of an old drug? And what are the chemical constituants that make up the drug?
> > > You see, I am prohibited by Mr. Hsiung from posting a lot concerning the development of mind-altering drugs. You could look up,[Lou, riot control gas] (Actuallly, it is not a gas , but looks as such).
> > > Lou
> >
> > Andrew,
> > Before I attempt to offer your prescriber of the drugs that you take an opportunity to learn from me, I would like for you to understand the potential consequences to someone with taking Zyprexa. Now I can compute that probability of getting a major life-ruining condition or death as a result of taking Zyprexa. Here is a way for you to see the chamnces of getting these from Zyprexa. To see this,
> > A. Pull up Google
> > B. Type in:
> > [could Zyprexa cause, ehealthme]
> > Now there will be pages of the different life-ruining conditions that one could get from taking Zyprexa. Be advised, that there is a set of people, myself included, that think that there are 100 times the reported cases. So if 265 people are listed as reported to have whatever, we think that the true number is 26500 cases because not all cases are reported.
> > Lou
>
> Andrew,
> Now here is another link concerning the relation between Zyprexa and death, statistically, that is.
> Now you could see members here posting about how they take zyprexa, but do you really want to take the risk of death that goes along with taking zyprexa? And remember, what credibility could you give to someone's posting that they take zyprexa and have not died yet? Could they not die tomorrow? You see, it is generally agreed that about 42,000 people died just last year from psychiatric druggin'. This could mean that millions of people could die from these drugs going forward if the number of people that take these drugs is increased. And with the advertising done by the drug manufactureres and the potential for doctors having financial ties to them, could not the next year bring 52,000 deaths and then 62,000 deaths nd then 100,000 deaths per year? There is an arithmetic proof that I could post here to show you this using arithmetic and geometric progresssions and sequences. But this is not a math forum...
> Now I ask you, if this community allows people to tell others to take a drug that could kill them, is that supportive?
> Lou
> http://www.ehealthme/ds/zyprexa/death

correction:
http://www.ehealthme.com/ds/zyprexa/death

 

Re: Lou's reply-ghamblurzruwin

Posted by huxley on July 19, 2012, at 7:18:50

In reply to Re: Lou's reply-ghamblurzruwin, posted by Dopaminer on July 19, 2012, at 5:13:41

Yes,

I have ongoing adverse effects which i attribute to Zyprexa.

I have been off it for over a year.

The drug is an evil piece of crap. Unfortunately no one will listen to you and no one cares.

 

Re: brain damage, another article

Posted by b2chica on July 19, 2012, at 8:11:12

In reply to Re: Zyprexa side effects, brain damage Dopaminer, posted by b2chica on July 17, 2012, at 12:09:22

here's ANOTHER new article on metaformin...
this one in medscape.
"metaformin may help renew neurons"
http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/767139

 

Re: correction- Lou's reply-gudphoardhakhamewniddy?

Posted by Dopaminer on July 22, 2012, at 14:39:53

In reply to correction- Lou's reply-gudphoardhakhamewniddy?, posted by Lou Pilder on July 19, 2012, at 5:56:20

Hi Lou,
I read that sexual disfunction or altered sexuality caused by certain neuroleptics is treated with pramipexole. Is this the answer to my problem?

Andrew

 

Lou's reply-psuhprez Dopaminer

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 22, 2012, at 21:05:03

In reply to Re: correction- Lou's reply-gudphoardhakhamewniddy?, posted by Dopaminer on July 22, 2012, at 14:39:53

> Hi Lou,
> I read that sexual disfunction or altered sexuality caused by certain neuroleptics is treated with pramipexole. Is this the answer to my problem?
>
> Andrew

Andrew,
I know what causes sexual dysfunction from taking psychotropic drugs. Now understand that there are numerous prohibitions made to me here by Mr. Hsiung so that I can not post here what the drug pramipexole is as to its chemical constituants, who used such and for what.
You see, the drug in question may be thought to be a new drug with new constituants, but could it be just old drugs modified from older drugs given a new name?
Let me give you a clue. One of the chemical constituants is made from chemically altering phenol. Now I was intending to post here the history of the development of psychotropic drugs but was halted by Mr. Hsiung. You could do a search like,[Lou, phenol] or, [Lou, Tramadol], or [Lou, Ambrose] or [Lou, thalidomide] or [Lou, benzene]and see where I was stopped from posting concerning what can be seen.
Now if nerves are damaged by these drugs, so that centers in the brain do not function as they did, then if another drug is instituted, could not that drug cause even more dysfunction?
There is a cure for sexual dysfunction from these drugs but I am prohibited from posting what has been revealed to me concerning that. Be advised, that healing as revealed to me is part of what I am prohibited from posting here.
Lou

 

Re: Lou's reply-psuhprez

Posted by Dopaminer on July 23, 2012, at 4:23:17

In reply to Lou's reply-psuhprez Dopaminer, posted by Lou Pilder on July 22, 2012, at 21:05:03

Everything is prohibited here... It seems like nobody will ever stop this zyprexa genocide. It is a joke to be honest... There were and will be more people like me. They will commit suicides, cry and suffer in pain only because some group of idiots invented this poison and another group of idiots (FDA) approved it for a general consumption. I do not say that this drug is a bad drug, it may help some people with bipollar etc. But why do they perscribe it so much for simply everything, and why are they allowed to force children like me to take this crap and ruin their lifes. I would be happy if i saw a guy in tv blowing up the whole ely lilly headquarters. All my lifeaims got f*ck*d up by Ely Lilly and now i look around on the internet to find some kind of help in my side effects, but it seems like this forum is full of people that do not know what zyprexa can do to a CNS, and others like mr Lou Pilder give people like me Hope and then they hide the help from unknown reason.
Thanks for help guys.

Ah and ps.
F*ck Ely Lilly

 

Re: Lou's reply-psuhprez

Posted by Dopaminer on August 16, 2012, at 15:36:48

In reply to Lou's reply-psuhprez Dopaminer, posted by Lou Pilder on July 22, 2012, at 21:05:03

Hi Lou

How about Valproic Acid? Have you heard about it? Do you think it can help to get rid of the problems caused by zyprexa?

Best regards
Andrew

 

Lou's reply-dheppohcoat

Posted by Lou Pilder on August 16, 2012, at 20:00:01

In reply to Re: Lou's reply-psuhprez, posted by Dopaminer on August 16, 2012, at 15:36:48

> Hi Lou
>
> How about Valproic Acid? Have you heard about it? Do you think it can help to get rid of the problems caused by zyprexa?
>
> Best regards
> Andrew

Hi Andrew,
Now you have brought up an interesting issue. Valproic acid is a natural substance derived from a constituant in the root of the valarian plant.
Now as far as the "problems of Zyprexa", which ones?
I lean toward that taking Valarian root for withdrawal from Zyprexa might be contraindicated on the basis that there would be another chemical introduced into the matter. There could be then adverse results from a combination of drugs. I do not agree with giving drugs to someone in withdrawal or to substitute an addiction with another addiction. And valproic acid could be an anti-convulsant. The fact that the plant can produce a drug could raise the issue of taking herbal suppliments as being a drug. Many supplements have been taken off the market, in the USA, such as Ephrida and others. And when you take a supplement, it is generally unregulated by the FDA so there could be unknown substances in the supplement or the dosage could be wrong.
There are outcomming reports of liver/pancreas problems with taking Depakote, which valproic acid. Deaths from liver toxicity have been reported.
Now as for Zyprexa's problems, I could help you withdrawal from that drug if that is what is your concern as the "problem"
Lou

 

Re: Lou's reply-dheppohcoat

Posted by Dopaminer on August 17, 2012, at 1:02:30

In reply to Lou's reply-dheppohcoat, posted by Lou Pilder on August 16, 2012, at 20:00:01

Hi,
My neurologist perscribed me Valproic acid. He is a trusted man fully understanding my problem... i do not care about problems with liver in such situation to be honest.
Do you think there are any retro virus therapies that could also save my life?
Im on valproic acid for 4 weeks now but i dont see any improvements and im getting sad.K
I am starting to have no hope for a normal life.
(to remind you i was on 15mg zyprexa for 3 weeks)

Andrew

 

Lou's reply-tymwillbedhajudg Dopaminer

Posted by Lou Pilder on August 17, 2012, at 5:24:41

In reply to Re: Lou's reply-dheppohcoat, posted by Dopaminer on August 17, 2012, at 1:02:30

> Hi,
> My neurologist perscribed me Valproic acid. He is a trusted man fully understanding my problem... i do not care about problems with liver in such situation to be honest.
> Do you think there are any retro virus therapies that could also save my life?
> Im on valproic acid for 4 weeks now but i dont see any improvements and im getting sad.K
> I am starting to have no hope for a normal life.
> (to remind you i was on 15mg zyprexa for 3 weeks)
>
> Andrew

Andrew,
You wrote,[...neurologists prescribed me Valproic acid...I do not care...do you think...I don't see any improvements...no hope for a normal life...].
You may already know that I see two ways to overcome depression and/or addiction. One by {human acheivement} and the other by {divine accomplishment}. The taking of chemicals to overcome states of mind is a road that could lead to death or life-ruining conditions or addiction.
For thousands of years people have thought that by taking a chemical, one could lead a free and normal life. But around 42,000 people last year died as a result of psychotropic drugs. And going forward there could be millions of deaths from these chemicals that some call "medicines". Your neurologist (redacted by respondent) and can legally prescribe a drug that could cause your death either by liver disease, kidney disease, pancreatic disease or other fatal consequences induced by the drug, even agranulocytosis.
Now you asked about other treatments. I do not agree with psychiatry in relation to giving people mind-altering drugs that could induce a mind-altered state to compell the taker of the drug to want to kill themselves and/or others, even commit mass-murder. You can see the posts here of those that advocate the taking of mind-altering drugs as in some way that by taking those chemicals, one could overcome their state of mind that is depressing. And maybe after years and years of adding this drug or that drug and combining one drug with others, something could happen. Well, what could happen is death, disease or disability. But it has been revealed to me that one can overcome depression/addiction by divine accomplishment. Yet today, there are prohibitions posted to me here by Mr. Hsiung that prohibits me from posting here to you what I think could save your life. The prohibitions center around prohibiting me from posting facts, facts that could mark the difference IMHO of you being alive or dead. And there is the prohibition to me that I can not post from the Jewish perspective here as revealed to me. That prohibition is not a new one, for it goes bak centuries and I am prohibited from posting here about a particular historical era. But if you go to the admin board here, you can see the years of outstanding requests from me to Mr Hsiung and see what I am referring to. You could see how the outstanding requests could lead others IMHHO to acts of antisemitic violence toward Jews as a result of the thinkig that Mr. Hsiung states that support takes precedence, so some could think that what is in question is supportive.
So you might dismiss what I could tell you to what I think could save your life. And Mr Hsiung states that he does what in his thinking will be good for this community as a whole. Time will be the judge of that, my friend.
Now the psychiatrits and the neurologists and the people here that could lead you to taking drugs that could kill you, think that by you taking the drugs your symptoms will somehow be "treated" and as new symptoms arise, another drug is advised and then another as symptoms arise and another when the first drug doesn't stop the symptoms and the more drugs and more drugs until there leads an end to that road.
Lou
http://www.ehealthme.com/ds/depakote/death

 

Re: Lou's reply-tymwillbedhajudg

Posted by Dopaminer on August 17, 2012, at 5:46:19

In reply to Lou's reply-tymwillbedhajudg Dopaminer, posted by Lou Pilder on August 17, 2012, at 5:24:41

What can i say Lou... My life is worthless now. How can i live if i became stupid and i do realise that my plans regarding to finances and politics suddenly disappeard... If i know that i can take Depakine and try to somehow repair my brain injury at least a little bit or i can continue to do nothing except watching tv and eating i choose taking depakine even though it will cause more problems.

 

Lou's reply- Dopaminer

Posted by Lou Pilder on August 17, 2012, at 20:37:27

In reply to Re: Lou's reply-tymwillbedhajudg, posted by Dopaminer on August 17, 2012, at 5:46:19

> What can i say Lou... My life is worthless now. How can i live if i became stupid and i do realise that my plans regarding to finances and politics suddenly disappeard... If i know that i can take Depakine and try to somehow repair my brain injury at least a little bit or i can continue to do nothing except watching tv and eating i choose taking depakine even though it will cause more problems.

Dopaminer,
You wrote,[...My life is worthless...I became stupid...take depakine and try to somehow repair my brain injury...or I can continue to do nothing...I choose to take Depakine even though it will cause more problems...].
Maybe you choose to take the drug even though you say that it will cause more problems, because you do not know of any other option?
Lou


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