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Abilify and compulsive behaviors and other side effects lawsuits

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I've been off Abilify for over 3 months now and came across an ad talking about Abilify and compulsive gambling lawsuits. I have no experience with lawsuits or lawyers and have reached out to a few law firms that I found online that are handling Abilify claims. Unfortunately, so far it seems that they can't handle a claim if you were taking the generic form of Abilify (aripripazole) or if you didn't loose a significant amount of money from gambling (over $50,000) or if you can't prove the losses. My issue is that looking back, I did have very serious compulsive behaviors including gambling, binge eating and shopping, not to mention weight gain and diabetes. So I am reaching out to anyone with experience in filing claims what I should do next or where I could go for help? I'm very interested in helping others realize the dangers of this medication, including severe withdrawal symptoms that I am still dealing with. TIA!

Trazadone - 100 mg April 2019 - current

Cymbalta - 40 mg April 11-April 13 2019

Metformin - 500 mg March - April 2019

Lithium - 300mg nightly July 2018 - March 2019

Seroquil - 200mg nightly October 2018 - March 2019, 300mg nightly July 2018 - September 2018

Gabapentin - 300mg 4x daily July 2018 - April 2019

Wellbutrin XL 100mg October 2018 - March 2019, 150 mg 2012-Sept 2018, 300 mg July-December 2017

Lamotrigine 25 mg - February 7, 2018 -Februrary 21, 2018, April 11 - April 13, 2019

Abilify - 5 mg - 2013-2017 

Effexor XR - prior to 2010 

Laxapro - prior to 2010 

Pristiq- prior to 2010

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