Since I was put on antipsychotics I got the issue of urinary incontinence. It was not too bad, just happened when I sneezed. However recently it became worse as I stopped taking Sarcosine yesterday. I had been taking Sarcosine for 7 days and found that I was extremely tired in the evening. So I stopped taking it yesterday and tried to see if I was as tired as before. Obviously I was much less tired yesterday evening. But here comes a new problem–my incontinence became worse!
I was wondering if Sarcosine strengthens the muscle movement!
I’m glad sarcosine helps. Maybe I’ll look into trying it. I have issues with leakage. I started having problems when I started menopause about 12 years ago, then exercised my way out of the problem. But as I’ve aged the problem as slowly creeped its way back in. Usually a sneeze, cough or laugh, but sometimes just a full bladder.
I don’t know your age or menstrual status but use sarcosine if you like, but do your exercises, it’s the best weapon, I’m rereminding myself as I say that to you also.
Amulsuphride and clozaril has similar side effect if i wasn t wrong.there are also counter side effect medicine for this.why did you switch your medicine.i m not sure if paliperidone available at your country but it is active metabolite of risperidone and has very few side effects.if you used risperidone before you can also try paliperidone. İ m using since 2015 and it saved my career and relationship
I did tried Paliperidone for very short period of time between the switch from Risperidone and Amisulpride. Unfortunately I had very bad reactions to Paliperidone including blurry eyes and depression. Also I felt very uncomfortable with Risperidone. That’s why I finally came to Amisulpride. Anyway thanks for your suggestion.