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Little Known Facts About Schizophrenia
Are there actually documented pages about people developing schizophrenia right after taking psilocybin mushrooms?
Yes, but rare: Psylocibin and lsd can trigger acute psychotic-like episodes but fortunately cases of ongoing schizophrenia afterwards are quite rare. Most authorities believe that those who have schizophrenia triggered by hallucinogens were predisposed to it and likely would have developed it anyway, but no one knows for sure.See http://www.Psychforums.Com/schizotypal-personality/topic26065.Html and my comment:. ...Read more
Doctors... Citalopram & olanzapine, please tell me about these two medications I have mental illness & would like to know about the side effects of each of these.
Realizing there are sites like wikipedia (mostly half-true information) and webmd (too heav
Dr : Dr christensen has already pointed you toward an excellent reference. Usually your pharmacist can also provide you with valuable written and verbal information. I suggest that also ask for direct input from the medical provider who prescribed the medications. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm just interested about tianeptine in severe depression, but very limited information in many references, please give some statistics.Best regards.
Right! Sounds good.: It has its' own informational website: http://www.Tianeptine.Com/ the uk & usa seem uninterested, but europe is. An ssre - it works opposite to the common ssri action enhancing reuptake. Chemically a bit like old tricyclics, the side-effects are fairly mild so good for elderly. I'm not sure what stats you seek, but this might start you off. Best regards 2u2. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get Them: Vaccines are one of the most researched areas of healthcare and time and again have been shown to be safe. The benefits of vaccines greatly exceed the risks and, barring very rare medical contraindications, children should be vaccinated according to the recommended schedules. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Studies: There has been considerable amount of research done addressing the hereditary aspect of adhd. The research suggests there is a strong hereditary component. In fact, adhd surpassed bipolar d/o as the #1 hereditary mental disorder research has not isolated a particular gene however. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Real evidence.: Though marijuana may not cause schizophrenia, there is a growing body of evidence that it can trigger the illness at an earlier age. And we have known for years that marijuana does cause psychosis in susceptible individuals. For recent data, check out nami.Com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the heritability of different cancers? I have heard about lung, gi, etc, but I am curious about other forms
Pro-life arguments: 1. Pregnancy lowers a woman's risk for breast cancer. 2. The baby can be given up for adoption. It is wanted. 3. There is no killing a living being, whether able to live outside the womb or not. 4. There are risks to abortion besides the obvious ones which may cause difficulty conceiving later. 5. Contraceptives are so effective, abortion should be very rare, if used appropriately by all. ...Read more
There are unclear answers about other people's blood touching my cuts. Some are saying it's risky, others say once it starts healing there is no risk?
Open wounds: in contact with foreign or someone else's blood can lead to infection. Carefully wash off the affected area and consult your physician for exposure therapy. ...Read more
I hear many warnings on commercials about conflicts with ssris and other drugs, does that mean that ssris are unsafe?
SSRI's: These anti-depressants are generally safe but need to managed by a competent physician who understands the interaction with other medications you may be taking. Also your pharmacist has a list of interactions he or she can make you aware of. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Biologists say that incest creates genetic disorders in humans, but is it really scientific fact or for morality?
True, it is one way : To bring out recessive genes . So many people are related in iceland that they "have an app for that". ...Read more
Is there any data that supports bipolar and schizophrenics as more intelligent than someone without the illness?
Studied much about mind&nuero-paths from childhood trauma/PTSD?What's wrong w/tramadol longterm? it helps w/low-energy,aches &increases serotonin
Potential harm: Tramadol is a narcotic-type pain reliever whose off-shelf use is sometimes prescribed for anxiety. The problem are:that you build a tolerance to tramadol, meaning you can become physiological addicted, it interacts with other drugs; it interacts with alcohol. Mixing this drug with something else or taking more than the prescribed amount can lead to overdose and even death. ...Read more
A hoax: Vaccine haters in the 80's told us they caused cp, in the 90's crib death & now autism. Court testimony revealed a money making hoax behind the MMR scare and the dr lost his license to practice. The vaccines have been the single best lifesaver for kids in a hundred years. They are safe and effective as offered. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm concerned about claims that Accutane causes IBS & chrohn's. What does the research say? What % of users experience this? Is there proven causality
No proven causality: The problem with answering this question is that the peak age of onset of crohn's disease is in the teen years. This is the same age as acne and Accutane use. A few studies suggested an association. Other well done studies found no link. None have proven a connection. If a link does exist, it is a very weak association. There is no evidence for causality. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Multiple sclerosis is strictly a disease of the brain and spinal chord and doesn't affect the joints. If you have one autoimmune disorder like MS, you can however be prone to another like rheumatoid that can cause arthritis, including arthritis of the TM joint. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Common: 1- its very common, lots of people carry it in their nostrils and they are not aware of it 2 - its resistant to many antibiotics that we use daily, and its only getting worst. ...Read more
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