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    i have schizoaffective disorder
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    bugsbunny123 posted:
    what could you do to make thing wright
     
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    larsstarscanary responded:
    What is it that you want to make right? I mean, do you want to make the schizoaffective disorder just go away, as if by magic? Or do you want to make up with someone because of the schizoaffective disorder? Or what?
     
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    lanrover replied to larsstarscanary's response:
    I have schizoaffective too. There is no cure so its is a life long illness. Taking the medications will helpyou cope though. I am currently on zyprexa. good luck
     
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    larsstarscanary replied to lanrover's response:
    I used to take Zyprexa--I believe it caused me type 2 diabetes. I and many others who took it developed diabetes. There was a gargantuan lawsuit regarding Zyprexa. Good luck to you.


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