Mental health disorders

Anorexia nervosa

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All Medications for Anorexia nervosa

  • fluvoxamine
    Prescription only

    Luvox CR (fluvoxamine) is a first choice treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder, but it can lower your sex drive.

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    • Pill
    • Extended release
  • Topamax
    (topiramate)
    Prescription only

    Qudexy Xr (Topiramate) is useful for preventing seizures and migraines, and doesn't require blood tests while you're on it.

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    50%
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    • Pill
    • Extended release capsule
  • Zyprexa
    (olanzapine)
    Prescription only

    Zyprexa (Olanzapine) is good for treating psychosis, mania, and agitation. More likely to cause weight gain and sleepiness than other antipsychotics.

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    • Pill
    • Dissolving tablet
    • Injection

Tips, success stories, and coping strategies for Anorexia nervosa

What tip would you give someone like me who was just diagnosed?
  • Ketamine infusion followed by etizolam use, I would say opiates but the cultural stigma atttached to it would outwhey the benefit for someone with that condition. neurotin is prettty goodd, you cna get wicked high offf it, and its legit guna make you munchie its sort of like being drunk while sober. Also, if you start feeling weird twitches, get on opanas, because yuor porbably reading this
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