Hi Dr. G Are there any efficacious anti-psychotics that do not cause weight gain? I have been switched to...
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Hi Dr. G
Are there any efficacious anti-psychotics that do not cause weight gain? I have been switched to Xyprexa from risperdal, a drug I did not gain weight on, because my psychotic symptoms are long standing and unresolved. I'm dreading the onset of weight gain from this switch.View Thread
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