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Impulsive Behaviour

... Severe paranoia and paranoid delusions including shooting at neighbors believed to be hurting me; compulsive behavior in terms of shopping, hoarding, eating; impulsive behavior such as acting without...


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Impulsive Behaviour

Side Effects: Initially I experienced improved sleep and improved ability to fall asleep. Then I had a few days in which my pain was greatly reduced, had a lot more energy, and my mood was elevated ...


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Impulsive Behaviour

Side Effects: I go nuts. I get very impulsive and compulsive...but since without Mirapex I would be in a wheelchair and I have cancer, quality of life is everything....I am trying to get used to the ...


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Impulsive Behaviour

Side Effects: Superior oblique myokymia--worked wonders for a month, then quit. Upping dose was no help. Side effects began after a month--fatigue and adhd. Later, took it for back pain (3 months) ...


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