Zapiz Tablet
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Rajesh Khetrapal Says:
Why Zapiz tablet is given to patient. Please provide detail information for this tablet.
Whether there is any side effects.

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Kaushal Says:
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I want to know whether Zapiz 0.5 is legal in India

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Pawan Says:
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My 2 year old child took a zapiz 0.5 mg tablet. Please help me what to do in such a situation?

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simerjit ksur Says:
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My Bp has been 140/90 for two days. l feel dizziness, nausea and chillness in my body. Can I take zapiz?

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rajinder rana Says:
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Is it a sleeping pill ?
if yes
Then how strong it ??
Tell me in hindi

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Vignesh Says:
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Zapiz is one of the antipsychotic medicine give to patients who suffer with mental illness like schizophernia.obsessive compulsive dissorder generaly termed jas OCD

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umesh rai Says:
I am on Zapiz for last 2 years, 0.5 mg morning and 1mg at night for seizer treatment, is it safe to take.

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anu Says:
zapiz o.5 mg plus qutipine plus lamotrigine causes lot of irritability like sensation of pins and niddle in my both lower limbs it feels like every tine ants are running on my legs and i cant help it.

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Verwon Says:
All medications carry the risk of side effects.

Zapiz contains the active ingredient Clonazepam, it is a Benzodiazepine, which is most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders.

Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability.

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