stupiddream: Turfshoe: How is this not a HIPAA violation?.
justabitdisturbed: The "cocktail" is not treating her schizophrenia (if that's indeed what she has), it's just sedating her so she doesn't act out. It takes 6 weeks or longer for anti-psychotic medication to take effect. Source: girlfriend is a social worker who deals with patients who have schizophrenia on a daily basis.
imfallen_angel: mentallo69: That is untrue and doesnt fix any problems in the short or long term. It makes her a vegetable.I look at what happened with my daughter when she became violent, one doctor was convinced about one med would do it, and that was a terrible road... she ended up sleepy for the first few days, then back to violent, and this doctor kept upping the dosage.So we took her to another hospital, other doctor that weaned her off that med, long story short, he took another direction that within even the first day we saw a major difference in her.As I said, I ended up researching a lot about these meds., their effect, etc. while staying in constant touch with the doctor (and his team).So it's with this that while it's easy to simply dope someone up, it's another to have something work.The behavior, the attitude changes are the first clue that something gets rebalanced as opposed to having someone drooling in a corner.And as far a "several weeks".. that's a bit much... it's usually a few days, normally about a week to see some results.As I already stated, then it's bloodwork to see where the levels of meds are at, using proper parameters to see the levels of hormones and other indicators to ensure a balance.Someone with a difficult metabolism, it requires follow up, but it's not several weeks to take effect... it's several weeks of being followed to ensure the balance of the meds in the system, and to ensure that the person actually takes them properly, as also stated, the danger is someone that after being balanced for a few (days/weeks) may believe themselves "cured" and go off the meds... so this follow-up is important so that the person may get to the understanding of their condition and understand that no matter how they feel, they need to continue taking the meds unless the doctor says otherwise.
basemetal: Good, I hope she gets better now.
mentallo69: That is untrue and doesnt fix any problems in the short or long term. It makes her a vegetable.
devilskware: Why would I care if she has an orgasm or not?
1derful: I wonder how Miley Cyrus and any other pop trollop who've recently been banging rappers because they think it's the in thing to do feel about learning they've been taking their ques from someone who is literally insane.
doczoidberg: wildcardjack: Well... they say "don't stick it in the crazy" but what if the crazy is properly medicated?Then she won't be able to orgasm, and you'll be farkin until you're exhausted and just give up.
bulldg4life: Turfshoe: How is this not a HIPAA violation?Probably because someone connected with Bynes released the top secret info to keep her name in the news.She's been going nuts for years and two days in a psych hospital with ridiculously dangerous drugs suddenly "cured" her to the point of her being a-ok to leave? Right.Or, this is step one in her "recovery" to get her career back on track.
dionysusaur: the speed of her response suggsts those calling her spiral 'performance art' may be on to something.
Turfshoe: How is this not a HIPAA violation?
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