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Has Abilify Ruined Your Life or the Life of Someone You Love? You Aren’t Alone

By The Fix staff 08/14/18
Abilify was originally sold acknowledging common side effects such as weight gain, headaches, agitation and insomnia, however, doctors began to realize that there were much more serious cases as well.
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If you or a loved one has taken the drug Abilify and suffered from a compulsive behavior such as gambling, addiction, compulsive spending or hypersexuality, reach out to the Law Office of Bobby Moak at (800) 595-6244, or by email at bobbymoak402@att.net.

Abilify is the brand name for aripiprazole, a chemical that was originally developed to treat patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Abilify was originally sold acknowledging common side effects such as weight gain, headaches, agitation and insomnia, however, doctors began to realize that there were much more serious cases as well.

According to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, many patients who were put on Abilify later developed gambling disorders that they hadn’t shown any indication of having in the past. The prescription drug may have led others to similar self-destructive behaviors, according to a piece in The Daily Beast.

If this story sounds familiar to you, consider contacting or sending your story to the Law Office of Bobby Moak. Based out of Bogue Chitto, Mississippi, Moak brings decades of experience fighting against pharmaceutical companies and other major institutions on behalf of the common man. For anyone who isn’t sure if considering legal action is the right decision, Moak’s office is willing to review any legal claims related to these issues for free.

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