"Neuroleptics are psychiatric medications that are used to treat the symptoms of certain types of mental illnesses, including bipolar disorder " A list of neuroleptics http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antipsychotic ................... Some neuroleptics too thou I think are are used to treat epilepsy and seizure disorders... in my case I probably could of done with that kind of drug maybe? (dont know if they help us) when my ME was very neurological in its presentation. A doctor did put me once on a anti-seizure/antipsychotic drug..but he did at a time I didnt have the shaking and seizure like incidents going on, I do know from that thou it didnt help any of my other symptoms. This doctor was a jerk, he told me he was giving me an epileptic drug when I wasnt even having shaking, tremors and stuff at that time and try to pass the drug off to me under that guise, saying it was for that even when I told him I wasnt getting those symptoms. I know thou he just wanted to give it to me as he thought ME/CFS was a psych illness (he told me I wasnt to look up online what that drug was for.. and the drug just made me quite ill and even worst functional). Why am I doubting thou that they are finding drugs for neurological ME? When I see the term "neuroleptic" it just makes me think that they've probably just gone from looking at SSRIs for us into psych drugs instead? One issue thou with these drugs is they seem to be rather toxic and some of these drugs can cause permanent damage in the body. ............. Im going to take a guess that one of the drugs is going to be gabapentin (Neurontin) a.. but I wouldnt be surprised is its Topiramate (I think thats a neuroleptic and it scored quite high as being positive on that precription drugs being used in ME survey at the other site, only 1 out of the 8 who tried it finding it wasnt helpful..so maybe that would be a good one for many of us?). I hope it isnt going to be - olanzapine (zyprexa) (another drug a different doctor put me on once, that drug sucks causes a complete wipeout, hard to function state in me).