A Schizophrenia That Wasn't

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SCHIZOPHRENIA
CLOZAPINE
ANTIDEPRESSANTS
PSYCHOSES
VITAMIN therapy
ORTHOMOLECULAR therapy

Abstract:The article presents a medical case involving a 30-year-old male patient with a history of alleged schizophrenia. The patient complained of constipation, drowsiness and delusional or paranoid thoughts of persecution. He was given clozapine and was advised to take vitamin B complex, vitamin C, a digestive enzyme, cod liver oil and Ferrasorb for iron. After several months of consultation, he was found to have no schizophrenia and the doctor advised him to stop taking clozapine.

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