Neuleptil (Pericyazine) from Maple Leaf Medications.
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What is Neuleptil used for?
Neuleptil, with the generic name of periciazine, is an oral medication used to manage aggressiveness, impulsiveness, and hostility among people with schizophrenia or other psychotic illnesses. This can be given to adults and children 5 years of age and above.
This is available in Neuleptil 10 mg, and 5 mg capsules.
How does Neuleptil work?
This type of medication is known to act like other phenothiazines. It acts mainly on subcortical areas by producing a central adrenergic blockade of the alpha-adrenergic receptors. It also antagonizes the D1 dopamine receptor.
How to take Neuleptil?
To start, read the medication information leaflet that comes with this prescription medication. Do not use this type of drug if you have not yet fully understood all the drug information and precautions written in the guide. If you have inquiries regarding this medicine or need additional medical advice, you should ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Take the capsule orally. This is usually prescribed once to twice a day, in the morning and in the evening. You may take it with or without a meal. Swallow the entire capsule and drink a glass of water afterward.
Remember to use this medication exactly as prescribed. Do not alter your dosing or frequency as it is based on your overall medical condition and response to the medication. In addition, you must not stop using this drug abruptly unless advised.
Side Effects of Neuleptil
-Decreased interest in sex
Mostly, the side effects caused by this prescription medication are mild and will go away after a few days. Should the adverse reactions not improve or worsen, you should speak with your doctor or healthcare professional. These are also severe side effects you must report to your doctor if you experience them.
-Decrease in white blood cell count
-Irregular heart rhythm
-Shortness of breath
-Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
This is not a full or complete list of Neuleptil side effects.
Precautions when using Neuleptil
Before using this eye solution, you must disclose your full medical history to your physician, including macular edema, glaucoma, uveitis, iritis, and aphakia.
Your body may respond differently to certain medications depending on your disease. Also, you should discuss all prescription and nonprescription medications, supplements, and herbal products with your doctor.
Avoid using this prescription drug if you have a known allergy to the Neuleptil active ingredient (naloxegol) or any inactive ingredients the oral tablet may contain. Watch for an allergic reaction while on this treatment and discontinue use of this medication, and alert your local medical emergency line once you experience signs of severe hypersensitivities, such as breathing difficulty, severe dizziness, swelling of the face, and neck, hives/itchiness, and skin rashes.
Pregnant moms should avoid this medication as it can possibly cause malformation in the unborn baby. Discuss all the possible risks with your doctor.
It is still unknown whether this medication could cause danger to breastfed infants. Thus, nursing moms should use this medication only if clearly needed.
How much does Neuleptil cost in Canada?
This oral capsule is very affordable. You may check the full list of prices on this page.
Maple Leaf Meds offers prescription medications at significant discounts.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is Neuleptil classified?
This oral medicine is classified as a phenothiazine, which can treat mental and emotional disorders. This is a first-generation antipsychotic medication.
Is Neuleptil addictive?
This type of medication does not come with the potential for abuse or addiction. This is also not classified as a controlled substance. However, self-medication and taking this drug more frequently than prescribed can cause drug dependence.
What will happen if I stop using Neuleptil?
Once you discontinue this product abruptly, you may experience rebound effects. Your psychotic symptoms can also possibly worsen. This is why you should never stop taking this drug unless prescribed by the doctor.
Can I drink alcohol while on Neuleptil?
Do not consume alcohol or take anything that has alcohol while taking this drug. Alcohol can intensify the effects of this medication and can also worsen certain adverse effects.
Is Neuleptil safe for children?
The oral drops variant of this medication has been proven to be safe and effective for children. It is prescribed to pediatric patients five years of age and above.
Is Neuleptil available over the counter?
This product is only available in drug stores and online pharmacies on prescription. You cannot purchase this drug without a valid prescription from your doctor.
5mg, 10mg, 10mg/mL
Capsule, Oral drops
Maple Leaf Medications has provided information from third parties intended to increase awareness and does not contain all the information about Neuleptil (Pericyazine). Talk to your doctor or a qualified medical practitioner for medical attention, advice, or if you have any concerns about Neuleptil (Pericyazine).