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Re: Tardia psychosis summerflowers

Posted by Larry Hoover on February 22, 2006, at 11:38:19

In reply to Tardia psychosis, posted by summerflowers on February 21, 2006, at 17:19:00

> Has anyone heard of tardia psychosis?Iv just heard the devestating news of what my husband has.If anyone has it or had it or knows anything about it,please help.Is it permanant?Iv heard it is.What helps or cures it?Anyone?

I think that you'll find much more information if you use the newer terminology for this syndrome. After around 1990, the literature refers to it as supersensitivity psychosis (SSP).

The treatment choices usually are anti-epileptic drugs, as far as I can surmise.

Another option is atypical antipsychotic therapy, e.g. risperidone (Risperdal).

It is probably permanent, in that it arises from long term treatment with conventional antipsychotics (e.g. haloperidol/Haldol). That said, it also appears to be treatable, by switching to newer medication.

I was unable to find a concensus treatment. You're probably going to have to do a little experimentation with other drugs.

Best of luck with everything,




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