Abilify

Last Update May 25, 2016
Abilify is a psychosis medication and a bipolar medication.
Uses: Abilify is prescribed for Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Psychosis and Restlessness and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
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Abilify and Gambling Addiction

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Abilify cause shopping addiction?
| AmberH
I have been on Abilify for about 8 years now and have had a very bad on-line shopping addiction, including gambling on-line. I lost a lot of money and could not control it. My father was the one that to pay for all my spending. I felt out of control and the shame I felt after a shopping or gambling experience was awful!! I was so relieved when I came upon an article about the Abilify possibly causing major gambling addictions. Would a shopping addiction be considered the same thing? I speak to my psychiatrist in about a month and even before I read the article I had decided to take myself off of the Abilify and honestly the compulsion to shop has lessened by 80%. I've only had one episode in a month and that was bc I had a fire in my house and I was dealing with the insurance company and my stress was out of this world.

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