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Re: SULPIRIDE: Any long-term experience? Pluto

Posted by ramsea on June 20, 2004, at 6:15:30

In reply to Re: SULPIRIDE: Any long-term experience? ramsea, posted by Pluto on June 20, 2004, at 0:00:28

I'm glad I helped a little. TD and other movement problems tend to go with long-term use of an AP and heavier doses, but the literature never excludes the possibility of it happening in other circumstances. Another risk is age--and being female. The elderly female is more likely to get irreversible TD. Some of us get minor symptoms of it, and anti-Parkinson drugs help alleveiate it. But even those SE drugs can also make a problem worse if taken for too long.

If your doctor is trustworthy s/he should be able to check you periodically for any signs of trouble. I didn't get any on either low or high doses, and took it for almost 3 years. It was a great med for me, as far as anxiety and all the rest. Hope you keep doing well with it. Just wish I had some on hand!!lol.




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