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Re: can clozaril reverse blepharospasm caused by geodo

Posted by ed_uk on January 4, 2005, at 15:35:42

In reply to Re: can clozaril reverse blepharospasm caused by geodo, posted by Jeroen on January 4, 2005, at 15:05:14

Hi Jeroen :-)

If you need an antipsychotic, clozapine (Clozaril/Leponex) might be the best option. When a person has developed tardive dyskinesia/dystonia due to an atypical antipsychotic such as Geodon, clozapine can be a useful treatment. Not only is clozapine an effective antipsychotic, it can also improve tardive dyskinesia. Although clozapine can cause a lot of drowsiness, the drowsiness may decrease over time.

All the best,




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