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does celexa and abilify make you restlessness?

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Dr. Matthew Smith
40 years experience Psychiatry
Possibly: Restlessness can refer to different experiences and can have many causes. One possibility is a state of anxiety or depression. But another possibility is that it is actually "akathisia," a certain kind of reslessness that can be a side effect of aripiprazole (Abilify). It can be hard to tell if this is the case, but your best bet would be to consult the prescribing doctor.
Answered on Dec 21, 2017
Dr. Heidi Fowler
25 years experience Psychiatry
Side effects: Abilify can certainly cause Akathisia.
Answered on Jul 2, 2020

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