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Any street uses for thioridazine, haloperidol?
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In brief: NO
However, given the answer above, people will use anything they can get their hands on to abuse, or help with a crash of other drugs.
Both, have a high risk of a muscule movement disorder called tardive dyskensia, which can be permanent, and a syndrome called nms, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, which can be fatal...

In brief: NO
However, given the answer above, people will use anything they can get their hands on to abuse, or help with a crash of other drugs.
Both, have a high risk of a muscule movement disorder called tardive dyskensia, which can be permanent, and a syndrome called nms, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, which can be fatal...
Dr. Shane Russell-Jenkins
Dr. Shane Russell-Jenkins
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Dr. Pamela Pappas
Much agreed, Dr. Russel-Jenkins. I was pointing to the fact that people abuse all kinds of medications, not suggesting this is a good idea.
Dr. Pamela Pappas
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In brief: Yes, not advised tho
People use just about every kind of medicine there is, on the street.
We have seen people present in the er with dystonic reactions (arching back, writhing movements of hands, tongue, jaw, etc) after having taken "street xanax (alprazolam)." it turned out this "xanax (alprazolam)" was actually haldol. Not the kind of surprise people would want, i'm sure.

In brief: Yes, not advised tho
People use just about every kind of medicine there is, on the street.
We have seen people present in the er with dystonic reactions (arching back, writhing movements of hands, tongue, jaw, etc) after having taken "street xanax (alprazolam)." it turned out this "xanax (alprazolam)" was actually haldol. Not the kind of surprise people would want, i'm sure.
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