Navane


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Although acknowledging that Lithium and Navane have severe side effects, (114) some of which manifested in the plaintiff, the court was reluctant to find that the negative side effects of her medication were independently disabling, (115) Instead, the court continued to analyze her disability in terms of whether the medication could fully correct her impairment.
Most antipsychotic drugs, including Levora, Navane, or Clorazil, have severe side effects that can impair both mental and physical abilities and potentially cause serious health risks.
But an HMO doctor ordered in its place a low dose of Navane, a 15-year-old drug available in a generic form costing 42 cents a day (the actual prices that health plans pay for drugs are closely guarded secrets).
Navane was added to the regimen to increase its effectiveness, but a severe skin allergy developed.
Of the more than two dozen in this class, introduced in the mid 1950s, the most commonly used are Haldol (haloperidol), Compazine (prochlorperazine), (Thorazine (chlorpromazine), Navane (thiothixene), Prolixin (fluphenazine), Mellaril (thioridazine), and Trilafon (perhenazine).
If antipsychotic drugs such as Haldol, Mellaril or Navane, are to be used they must be used appropriately.
The medications I'm on are as follows: Sinequan (an anti-depressant), Navane (an anti-hallucinogen), and Akineton (an anti-parkinsonian agent).