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Posted by Christ_empowered on November 12, 2013, at 18:39:23

In reply to Re: Lou's reply-doughnoe Lou Pilder, posted by lazylizard on November 12, 2013, at 17:05:50

How severe is it? If you have decent insurance, you may want to visit a neurologist. They'll have someone do an AIMS (Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale) test and rate the TD.

Benzos can help both the TD and the anxiety. TD sometimes remits after a couple years. Sometimes, you just get a few months of what's called "withdrawal emergent dyskinesia," which pops up after the drug that caused it is stopped.

Supplements might be your best (and cheapest) bet. Natural form E, melatonin at night, taurine, b-6, additional b-100/b-50 complex, high doses of time-release C (to work with the E), niacinamide, manganese.

I'm into Orthomolecular, and they have a lot on treatment and prevention of TD through supplementation, with meds if necessary. If you couple the supplements with, say, a benzo and/or low-dose Seroquel or something, you might get a very good outcome.

Good luck to you!




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