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PARANOIA from PD Drug side effects

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Yes, I experienced some of that.  My sincere, urgent advice is to take it, and it's elimination very, very seriously.  Treatment by an expert is necessary IMO.  I avoided that and suffered a consequence about seven years ago.  Good luck to you.

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About 5 years ago I had a bad physical and psychotic reaction to my meds. I thought I was in a series of competitve fights and smashed everything in a room.  When I left the house with my dog who I thought was a girlfriend (with only my undies on) I looked back and saw a swat team cop at my door as well as  neighbours doors. After walking for a while i was picked up by the police and driven to to the hospital. When we got there one cop started to get out of the car and I started yelling that the other cop was going to kill me. I was very paranoid and didn`t wan`t the cop to leave me.

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My mom constantly tried to pick up imaginary things off the ground and puts imaginary food in her mouth.  If that's not from the PD drugs playing tricks in her mind then I don't know what is.  If she doesn't take them then she's frozen.  Pros and Cons....

 

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My dad did the same thing. He would drive my mom nuts every time he bent over to pick up something that wasn't there, looking like he was going to fall.

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My mom too!!!!  How weird is that?  She already had a terrible problem balancing herself.  When she does this I have to grab hold of her or else she will drop.

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