A Washington man says the transdermal motion sickness patch scopolamine made him psychotic. At the age of 40, Dave Maeder suffered a severe stroke at the back of his skull. His doctors expected him to make a full recovery. So, Maeder devoted himself to regular rehab appointments. But his injury made him so nauseated that his doctors prescribed the scopolamine patch. At first, the treatment seemed to work. But then Maeder said he began to feel funny. “My head started to feel really full all the time. Then my balance would go. And then the nausea started coming back too.” Weeks later ... Read More
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