Are Zyprexa, Risperdal, and Abilify overprescribed in children?
The antipsychotic drug market is one of the largest in the drug business. Zyprexa is Eli Lilly's largest drug with an estimated $4.6 B in revenue for 2009 .
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Since: Dec 06
Bangor Maine USA
#1 Jan 17, 2010
Zyprexa diabetes link
I took zyprexa starting in 1996 the year the FDA approved it, which was ineffective for my condition and gave me diabetes.
Zyprexa is the product name for Olanzapine,it is Lilly's top selling drug.It was approved by the FDA in 1996 ,an 'atypical' antipsychotic a newer class of drugs without the motor side effects of the older Thorazine.Zyprexa has been linked to causing diabetes and pancreatitis.
Zyprexa, which is used for the treatment of psychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, accounted for 32% of Eli Lilly's $14.6 billion revenue last year.
Did you know that Lilly made nearly $3 billion last year on diabetic meds, Actos,Humulin and Byetta?
Yes! They sell a drug that can cause diabetes and then turn a profit on the drugs that treat the condition that they may have caused in the first place! I was prescribed Zyprexa from 1996 until 2000. In early 2000 i was shocked to have an A1C test result of 13.9 (normal is 4-6) I have no history of diabetes in my family.
All the psychiatrist I've interviewed and the information on line presents zyprexa as a worse offender than the other Atypicals such as seroquel.My doctor has stopped prescribing zyprexa altogether.
The PDR classifies zyprexa as 'severe' for causing weight gain and diabetes and seroquel as 'moderate'.
Of course the 50 year old Thorazine didn't cause diabetes and is many times cheaper but it could cause tardive dyskinesia.
Where Eli Lilly's negligence comes in,is their KNOWING and not informing consumers (black box warning) until the FDA demanded it.
Lilly's incentive not to readily disclose is they had billions coming in from state medicaid scripts.
Daniel Haszard Zyprexa whistle-blower
http://1url.com/0vi MORE info
#3 Feb 11, 2010
This is completely insane. Can't believe our country allows this madness!!
#4 Apr 10, 2010
i get tardive dyskinesia within 6 months of taking either zyprexa, risperdone or seroquel, to normal (i think) after stopping...
i have a reported history of schizophrenia and self harm in response to claims of pursecution by svengali...
point is, only between 4 and 6 weeks, medication may have made me slightly relaxed then effectiveness wears off (med to hi doses).
doctors are limited in choice of meds due to my medical criteria, so its likely off to the nut house,'100mil largactyl'...
i guess it is all part of the bread and butter of this material world...
love from your fellow guinea pig
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#11 Aug 1, 2013
I took Klonopin and Paxil for 15 years to treat my anxiety disorder. I had to detox from the Klonopin this past spring. I got off the Klonopin and switched my Paxil to Lexapro (sex side effect issue). I am also a recovering alcoholic. My doctor did not want me on Benzo's anymore (says it increased alcohol cravings). I stayed on Lexapro only for 9 months, but my anxiety came back strong on just the Lexapro alone. I almost resorted to taking Xanax before I switched doctors. My new doc gave Zyprexa from http://z-olanzapine.com a chance. I am on my 7th day and I haven't felt this "normal" in 5 years. I take 5mgs at night and it has ended the "chatter" in my head, and removed my anxiety. Great medicine so far.
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