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avs srinivasa rao Says:

Doctor prescribed this medicine 3 tabs in night and hence I may please be replied what action of this medicine

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David Says:


Rivotril tablets and injection both contain the active ingredient Clonazepam, which a type of medicine called a benzodiazepine.

Clonazepam may be prescribed for any of the following:

-Epilepsy, Anxiety disorders, Panic disorder,

-Initial treatment of mania or acute psychosis together with firstline drugs such as lithium, haloperidol or risperidone.

-For the management of the visual effects of HPPD

-Many forms of parasomnia are sometimes treated with clonazepam.

-Restless legs syndrome can be treated using clonazepam as a third line treatment option as the use of clonazepam is still investigational.

-Bruxism also responds to clonazepam in the short-term.

-Rapid eye movement behavior disorder responds well to low doses of clonazepam.

-The treatment of acute and chronic akathisia induced by neuroleptics also called antipsychotics.

-Spasticity related to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

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avs srinivasa rao Says:

Revotril 2mg. & Oleanz 5mg using as night dose since two months as prescribed by Doctor. and suggested to reduce the dose (one by one) what type of action the Oleanz drug has.

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avs srinivasa rao Says:

As my experience with patient(my wife- 53 years old) says, it is better to reduce the dosage of either Oleanz 5mg to 2.5mg OR Revotril 2mg to 1.5mg. I am confusing which drug will be reduced first .

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Mercy Says:

I was prescribed revotril0.5 mg 1 year back for business stress. I have been continuing this since then.Now if i don't take it I feel lethargy. Please advice should I continue this!

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M Abdullah Says:

i want to know that about revotril tablet doctoer sugested for me. because i am depression patient.

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