Originally Posted by KILLER_CLOWN
Any drug that has the effect of missing a dose that causes suicidal/Psychopathic thoughts probably isn't worth it.
Could it not be those thoughts arise because the medication keeps them at a distance considering those thoughts are often present before the medication was ever taken? Thus stopping a dose allows the original thoughts present prior to treatment to come back to the surface? Should people that take heart medications not take them because skipping a dose without a doctors recommendation might put them at risk for heart complications?