Zyprexa 5mg Coated Tablets / Olanzapine

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I found a box in my 14year old son & also lots of empty boxes. Why would he take them as our doctor has not given them to him.please can you tell me what they are used for & also the effects & side effects. How would he feel on them cause i not noticed. thanks



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Verwon Says:

Zyprexa contains the active ingredient Olanzapine, it is an antipsychotic medication.

Side effects may include: dizziness, sedation, apathy and auditory hallucinations.

As to why he would take them, it is hard to say why anyone does that, he may enjoy the effects they have on him, he may not even understand what they are used for.

Learn more:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Olanzapine/­

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Bruce Says:

Zyprexa is a anti psychotic medication. Its main action is stopping delusions and psychosis due to a mental illness. It provides sedation and a very ugly high. Its availability is common and your son using this for a way of getting high is also common among younger users who dont have access to the more abusable prescription meds and dont have the knowledge to know what they are taking. Good Luck

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melinda Says:

What would the symptoms be if a person was unknowingly given a high dose of zyprexa?

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Verwon Says:

Melinda, with this medication, they would more than like experience extreme sedation, drowsiness and they symptoms of central nervous system depression, such as lowered heart rate, lowered breathing rate and lowered blood pressure.

If they take too high of an amount and don't seek medical treatment, they could fall unconscious and the CNS depression could lead to respiratory or cardiac arrest.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Zyprexa/­

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ashok Says:
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Doctor advised me to take oleanz 2.5 mg every day. I increased it to 5mg my own. from past one and half year i m taking 5mg .I want to stop taking it .shall I stop ? is there any side effects by stop taking it?

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