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    I quit abilify cold turkey, bechause I hadnt phsychosis.
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    stickinsect posted:
    I was treated with abilify 7 mg bechause i was so angry. But i didnt had phsychosis or something like that. What wil happend when I stop taking abilify cold turkey? I have now stopped taking them for 3 days. What can happend with the nervous system? Is the nervous system in the brain or in the body?
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    bastet responded:
    Abilify is not just for psychosis--It's for mood disorders, too.

    You'll probably not feel emotionally well again...

    Why not talk to your doctor directly and get a dialogue between you and your doctor going? Tell your doctor what you've said here.


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