Elicia 4mg

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Reena Jain Says:
Does it cause any reaction if ELICIA 4 mg is taken with Oliza 10mg/pd and Risperdal 4md/pd.

My eye balls move upward and I am not able to see below

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SUmit thakur Says:
No when You take A ELICIA 4 MG tab then their no required to take a taken with liza 10mg/pd and Risperdal 4md/pd. because. Elicia is the better then another molecule. if u have any another in formation then contact me on {edited for privacy} ok .

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David Says:
Based on my research, there actually are drug interactions listed between Risperdal (Risperidone) and Oliza (Olanzapine). I haven't seen anything related to how you described your eye balls moving upward; but using these two drugs together may increase side effects such as blurred vision, drowsiness, dry mouth, heat intolerance, flushing, decreased sweating, difficulty urinating, abdominal cramping, constipation, rapid heart beats, confusion, and memory problems.

That said, you may want to talk to your doctor about the possibility of changing medications if any of these side effects become too bothersome or severe. In my opinion, not being able to move your eye balls is pretty severe, so I hope you are able to get ahold of your doctor sooner than later.

How long have you been taking these medications for?

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samwm Says:
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These are antipsychotics and any antipsychotic can cause dystonia where there is involuntary uprolling of eyeballs or involuntary spasm of neck muscles or tibgue etc. Maybe your doctor is shifting you to elicia from risperidone and olanzapine. Discuss with doctor

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nick Says:
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Elicia drug is use to cure which disease?

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