I'm not a doctor, but I can provide some general information on medication changes. It's always best to discuss any concerns or desire to change medications directly with your psychiatrist. They have a comprehensive understanding of your individual situation and can make the most informed recommendation based on your needs.I'm currently on epilim and risperidone. I want to change to what my psychiatrist originally prescribed me which is abilify. Do you think it's good for me to change? I'll bring it up next week in my appointment with my doctor.
Thank you for providing additional information. It's understandable that you would like to discuss your medication preferences with your current psychiatrist and consider reverting back to just Epilim.Epilim and risperidone were prescribed by a psychiatrist from a different country from when I was there. My original psychiatrist prescribed me abilify. I am not experiencing side effects but I'm cognitively slower on epilim. I want to revert back to just epilim.
I apologize for any confusion. Given the new information that Epilim and Risperidone were prescribed by a different psychiatrist in a different country, and that your original psychiatrist prescribed Abilify, it could be worth discussing your desire to go back to Abilify with your current psychiatrist.I've edited my post. Can you refresh your answer?