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Last year, four men (all in their 30s) consulted me with urination problems - urgent and abrupt need to go, dribbling, feeble stream - while also complaining of vague discomfort or actual pain seemingly from the urethra
The so-called 'atypical antipsychotic drugs' have been hailed as a pharmaceutical breakthrough and have, by now, largely replaced the old guard of neuroleptics