Sizodon 2mg

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can webreak the tablet sizodon ## Sizodon Forte contains 4mgs of Risperidone and 2mgs of Trihexyphenidyl, this is primarily used as an antipsychotic. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, weight gain and somnolence. Read more on the medications here: You can safely break any tablet, unless it is time released or you have been specifically instructed not to do so by your doctor or pharmacist. Do you have any other questions? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Risperidone.
Thu, Oct 14 '10, 11:44 AM
Sizodon Forte 4mg
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My brother has been prescribed Sizodon Forte 4mg. What are the side effects of this drug. My mother is extremely worried and wants to see my brother OK. Please reply to the email ID mentioned. ## Sizodon Forte contains 4mgs of Risperidone and 2mgs of Trihexyphenidyl, this is primarily used as an antipsychotic. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, weight gain and somnolence. Read more on the medications here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Side effect of Sizodon forte medicine / tablet ...
Updated 5 years ago in Risperidone.
Sat, Jan 14 '12, 3:10 AM
effects side sizodon l
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my son is taking prodep20 mg morning and sizodon LS 2mg 1/2-0-1. he cannot sit in class cannot read more loss of concentration sleep well in night. showing breathing problem.doing yoga but still lack of concentration. Memory loss also complaining.feel tired, sometimes walking too much in room. what are the side effects of this medicines how long this medicine to continue ## My daughter diagnosed suffering from Schizopherenia, and advised 15/20 drops per day.we give her without her knowledge, as she not ready to take voluntarily...memory loss, lack of concentration towards any task/work ...this is since about 18 months...we need some professional advice how l9ng should we continue the dosage.? Also what would be next course of treatment to bring her back to normalcy? ...
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Wed, Aug 23 '17, 5:05 AM
How to cure sizodon plus side effects
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My nephew is taking sizodon plus 2mg. He is feeling dizziness. Developed Constipation. Increased wild dreams. Complaining frequent drying of mouth. ## Sizodon contains the active ingredient Risperidone, an antipsychotic used to treat several different mental conditions. What you have mentioned are all normal side effects of this medication. Their severity should taper off as his body gets used to the medication, if they do not or get worse, he will need to speak to his doctor about them. Read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## r u aware of cybernatic implant called 'cyborg',developed by mr kelvin warwick of univ of reading at london ## dear sir may name is Salik, i have som problam bqz i cant sleep very well i cant eat very well and alsdo my body is very w... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Risperidone.
Thu, Aug 11 '16, 10:50 PM
Sulpitac 50mg
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I am schizophrenic. Doctor has advised me to take Sulpitac 50mg twice daily. After taking the medicine upto 2months, I feel stressed in brain after some mental work and also suffer from constipation. Is this happening with this medicine. I am also taking Sizodon-LS 2mg once at night daily and Lonazep-0.25mg once at night daily. ## Have you consulted your doctor? Sulpitac contains the active ingredient Amisulpride, it is an antipsychotic used to treat schizophrenia and the manic episodes of bipolar disorder. And yes, it can cause those side effects. Sizodon contains the active ingredient Risperidone, which is another antipsychotic, so it can also cause similar side effects. So, it may even be due to a combination of the two and you may need a dosage adjustment to one, or both of them. Lo... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Risperidone.
Tue, Aug 30 '11, 10:12 AM
side effect of sulpitac tablet
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Sir, I would like to know about the side effect of SULPITAC medicine. I am taking from last 3 years as a 50 mg daily. ## Possible side effects while taking Sulpho-Lac are burning, peeling, tingling, itching, dryness, and/or irritation. Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## i am on sulpitac 200 and olianze 20 a day with desval sr for over one year for bpd. now i am getting sudden blurred vision and see two objects in palce of one? is is due to side3 effects of bedication /eye problem of psy problem? ## Sir, I am suffering from sizofrenia last 10 years. I am taking sizodon 2mg and sulpitac 50 mg but i am not feeling well. pl tell me the appropiate medicine and side effect of the above medicine. ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Mon, Apr 12 '10, 10:08 PM

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