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Schizophrenia
My friend is on amisulpride tablets some time she is quite normal as others. But sometimes she becomes upset for silly reasons or no reasons. Why this. What should I do. Can she become fine with smily face as before? Can she be cured? She act as though depressed only few time? What is remedy for this?
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Dr. Divya Shree K.R
Psychiatrist 10 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello, Getting upset for silly reasons is not a symptom of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is characterised by hearing voices and suspiciousness. It needs long term medications .As if now,there is no permanent cure for schizophrenia.
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