A 43-year-old member asked:
What are the risks of saphris, (asenapine) fanapt, and closerall and other anti-psychotics?
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Psychiatry 44 years experience
Different risks: They all have somewhat different risks, so the best thing would be to speak with the doctor who would prescribe it. Risk also depends on any other medications you're taking and any medical problems you're having. Hope this answer helps.
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