Monday, May 30, 2011

Can psychiatric meds drive our children crazy? Geodon and Abilify.

I've never heard of Autistic Catatonia.  But a mother tells  a story of her son who was driven crazy by incorrect diagnosis and given exactly the wrong drugs by psychiatrists who might have known better had they not been being paid to hype Geodon and Abilify.

She got lucky...and saved her son.

You can't make this stuff up.  I see commercials for Abilify ALL THE TIME...probably more than any other drug.  What the heck are we doing to our children.  This is madness, pure madness...and it isn't the kids.

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I feel like I'm just waking up to a nightmare...

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