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    Default Warning do. Ot mix risperidone with alcohol

    I was on a low doze of risperidone and I decided to mix it with alcohol as I was drinking almost every night .
    The effects of combining both meant that I used to sleep for about 11-16 hours and still felt groggy.

    Just thought I will let you all be aware

    Title should read do not mix
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    Quote Originally Posted by Missmolly View Post
    I was on a low doze of risperidone and I decided to mix it with alcohol as I was drinking almost every night .
    The effects of combining both meant that I used to sleep for about 11-16 hours and still felt groggy.

    Just thought I will let you all be aware

    Title should read do not mix
    I hate to be a downer or a dick dude, but mixing ANY anti-psychotic with alcohol is a recipe for disaster. You know the warning labels on your tablet boxes or bottles that say 'do not drink alcohol with this medication'; they aren't there for fun mate. Anti-psychotics usually depress the CNS system and when combined with alcohol that can cause severe respiratory depression and can lead to a much worse side-effect - not waking up in the morning!

    In addition, if you require anti-psychotics you shouldn't be drinking at all anyway; psychotic illnesses are exacerbated severely by alcohol intake and can also lead to pretty bad depressive episodes. Take this from my own personal experience as an ex-alcoholic and current paranoid schizophrenic with severe depressive disorder.

    Please, don't do this!

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    I was using/misusing a variety of pills in ORDER to sleep as I didn't want to drink myself to sleep most nights. certain pills caused me to feel depressed.
    I'm now sorted for sleep meds so I don't need to take such measures.

    Quote Originally Posted by ohnomyhemoglobin View Post
    I hate to be a downer or a dick dude, but mixing ANY anti-psychotic with alcohol is a recipe for disaster. You know the warning labels on your tablet boxes or bottles that say 'do not drink alcohol with this medication'; they aren't there for fun mate. Anti-psychotics usually depress the CNS system and when combined with alcohol that can cause severe respiratory depression and can lead to a much worse side-effect - not waking up in the morning!

    In addition, if you require anti-psychotics you shouldn't be drinking at all anyway; psychotic illnesses are exacerbated severely by alcohol intake and can also lead to pretty bad depressive episodes. Take this from my own personal experience as an ex-alcoholic and current paranoid schizophrenic with severe depressive disorder.

    Please, don't do this!
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    My Doctor prescribed me Respiridone as a sleep aid years ago. I took ome and went to sleep and then went to a friend for coffee in the morning and I couldn't speak. There was a feeling like 1000 soft chainsaws playing some kind of sypmphony in my head and I had no idea who I was. It gradually went throughout the day but I never took them again. I have taken Chlorpromazine as well and that was even scarier. Anyone who has to take these medications truly has my love and sympathy. They are the nastiest drugs I think are in existence and I pray for anyone who has to take them to get well eventually.

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    I took some serequell and it made me feel very very depressed, so depressed by bodylanguage changed. I could not look at people,
    I just wanted to curl up and die. everything seemed like an effort. it was horrible.

    I hope I just had some nasty side effect and those poor people that have to take them daily don't have the depressive and nasty effects. I don't think anti psychotics should be given to people that don't suffer from it.

    Quote Originally Posted by docwho View Post
    My Doctor prescribed me Respiridone as a sleep aid years ago. I took ome and went to sleep and then went to a friend for coffee in the morning and I couldn't speak. There was a feeling like 1000 soft chainsaws playing some kind of sypmphony in my head and I had no idea who I was. It gradually went throughout the day but I never took them again. I have taken Chlorpromazine as well and that was even scarier. Anyone who has to take these medications truly has my love and sympathy. They are the nastiest drugs I think are in existence and I pray for anyone who has to take them to get well eventually.

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    Weirdly my anti-sickness medicine for when using Buprenorphine which is called Buccatsem which contains prochlorperazine.
    Its only 3mg but the same type of drugs. ( i think but could be wrong).....

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    I occasionally take a drug that contains a tiny amount of anti psych but they don't change the way I feel.

    Quote Originally Posted by dinger View Post
    Weirdly my anti-sickness medicine for when using Buprenorphine which is called Buccatsem which contains prochlorperazine.
    Its only 3mg but the same type of drugs. ( i think but could be wrong).....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Missmolly View Post
    I occasionally take a drug that contains a tiny amount of anti psych but they don't change the way I feel.
    @Missmolly .

    Yip seem hear, they work fantastic for anti-sickness about every time i use my breakthrough meds.
    I end up having a "whitey" buprenorphine is bad for doing that.

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    Buccastem is okay for me, I have taken it a few times and it works really well. It is only actually about 1.5mg Prochlorperazine although this is a very powerful drug so caution is still advised. I was watching the Krays film 'Legend' and looked up the pills Ronnie or Reggie was on called Stemetil and it was the same drug. I took two a few months ago when I was feeling very sick and I swear I started to get the horrible feelings again although this could have been placebo.

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