Our expert says:
Good to hear from you. Solian ( chemical name amisulpride ) is an effective treatment for Schizophrenia in many cases ( we vary as to which of the various available medicines suit us best, and at which dose ). Only your own doctor, having assessed you and your problems, is best placed to select the medicine and dose most likely to help. So I expect that your own doctor had good reasons for trying Solian, and at this dose. ( It comes in two diferent strengths of tablet, so I also can't be sure which you are taking )
The disease tends to get worse when one is NOT taking medicine, so, though some people don't respond fully to a medicine, and might not fully improve while on it, most people wil get worse if they stop their medicine.
And fortunately, one does NOT get immune to such medicines, so they gnerally remain useful over rather long periods, and if for any reason you stop responding as well as you'd like, to one medicine, you can try the benefits of quite a range of other, alternative, medicines, all of which have been found to be effective in most situations involving Schizophrenia.
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