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Our daughter has some serious schizophrenia, since any medical treatment did not work for her. We are so terrified of her disorder, because we do not understand her and her problem. I realized that is hard and we have to be strong, so we are trying. That is why we do not want to give up, but we take her to visit many doctors. The last one prescribed her Geodon, and he said this should work, as any other medicine did not help, so we want to know if that is true.

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Researchers, who studied Geodon, believe that it works by opposing the action of serotonin and dopamine, two of the brain's major chemical messengers. This drug has some potentially serious side effects, so Geodon is typically prescribed only after other medications have proved inadequate. It is usually taken in capsule form, and inject-able version is available for quick relief of agitated patients. Inject-able Geodon is generally used for no more than a few days, but I believe her doctor prescribed her capsules. This kind should be taken twice a day with food. Side effects cannot be anticipated, and if any develop or change in intensity, inform her doctor as soon as possible. Only her doctor can determine if it is safe for her to continue taking Geodon. Some of the most common side effects may include accidental injury, cold symptoms, constipation, cough, and diarrhea. We have reported also dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, indigestion, muscle tightness, nausea, rash, and stuffy and runny nose. It is important that your daughter does not take Geodon if she has the heartbeat irregularity known as QT prolongation.
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