Asprito 10mg Tablet
Asprito 10 MG Description
Asprito tablet is a prescription medicine used in the treatment of disorders like Schizophrenia, Tourettes, depression, mania, etc. All these are psychiatric conditions that affect a person's ability
to think, feel and behave as normal. Stabilising the symptoms of psychotic disorders like irritability, anxiety, and other behaviour patterns is among the primary uses of Asprito tablets. It can be prescribed for adults and children in some conditions. The Asprito tablet has Aripiprazole as the single active ingredient. It belongs to a class of atypical antipsychotic medicines. The mode of action of Asprito tablets works by stabilising the levels of certain chemical messengers in the brain. These chemical substances help stabilise the mood and lower the overactivity of the nerve cells in the brain. Use Asprito medicine in the exact dose and duration prescribed by the doctor. Inform your doctors if you have a history of heart diseases, kidney and liver problems, seizures, etc. This medicine is not recommended in some conditions. Try not to stop using Asprito medicine suddenly as it can cause withdrawal symptoms like irritation, vomiting, sweating, etc. It is not a habit-forming medicine and does not cause dependency.
|You Save||₹19.65 (15% on MRP)|
|Uses||- Schizophrenia, Tourette's syndrome, Mania, Major depressive disorder, Irritability in autistic children|
|Side effects||Indigestion, Headache, Tremors, Anxiety, Vomiting, Difficulty sleeping|
Uses of Asprito 10 MG
- As per USFDA, Asprito Tablet is used for the following:
- Treatment of Schizophrenia (manages both positive and negative symptoms like hallucination, delusions, lack of pleasure, memory problems, cognitive problems, etc.)
- Acute treatment of manic and mixed episodes associated with bipolar disorder.
- Adjunctive therapy for major depressive disorder
- Irritability associated with autism disorder
- Treatment of Tourette’s syndrome (repetitive movements or sounds/tics)
Contraindications of Asprito 10 MG
- If you have an allergic reaction to any of the ingredients of Asprito Tablet.
- If you are an elderly patient who already has dementia-related psychosis, Asprito medicine can cause a severe reaction and even early death.
- If you are taking other antipsychotic medications.
- If you have any suicidal thoughts and behaviour changes; especially in children.
- If you are pregnant, planning for a pregnancy or breastfeeding.
- If you have impulse control tendencies like addictive behaviour, inform your doctor. They may change Asprito medicine or adjust the dose.
- If you have tardive dyskinesia (involuntary movements) or neuroleptic malignant syndrome.
Side effects of Asprito 10 MG
- Blurred vision
- Inability to stay still
- Increased saliva secretion
Precautions and Warnings of Asprito 10 MG
Other General Warnings
- You have an existing mild liver condition; you may need some dose adjustment.
- You have a bleeding disorder or are on a blood-thinner such as Warfarin; use this tablet with caution.
- You are using medications like opioids or narcotic painkillers that cause sedation or tranquillisation.
- You have any kind of heart condition or stroke.
- You have a serious respiratory disease.
- You have a low white blood cell count.
- You are an elderly patient over 65 years. This medicine stays in the system longer and causes increased side effects due to slow metabolism.
Mode of Action of Asprito 10 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Asprito 10 MG
- Try to take the Asprito Tablet precisely as directed by the doctor.
- Do not increase the dosage of Asprito Tablet, even if you cannot notice its effects.
- Try not to break the tablet or chew the tablet.
- Swallow the medicine as a whole.
- Do not take Asprito Tablets with other medicines without informing your doctor.
- Do not discontinue Asprito medication abruptly, as it can have adverse effects.
Interactions of Asprito 10 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Asprito Tablets can interact with certain high blood pressure or heart medicines like captopril, enalapril, and atenolol. They can change the effectiveness of the medicines.
- Inform your doctor if you are under treatment for other psychiatric conditions like depression, anxiety, etc. The medicines used for these conditions can interact with Asprito tablets and cause severe reactions....
- Asprito medicine can react with certain heart medications for abnormal heart rhythm like amiodarone, quinidine, etc.
- Asprito Tablet also lowers the effects of some fungal, bacterial, and HIV medications. Notify your doctor if you are using them.
- This medicine can also interact with certain seizure medications and may lower its effectiveness and precipitate seizures.
- Asprito Tablet can cause increased drowsiness when used with allergy medicines, sleeping pills, opioid pain relievers, muscle relaxants, and other sleep-inducing medicines.
- Do not take St. John’s wort, a medicinal herb that treats depression, with this medicine. Together, they can cause serotonin toxicity and other life-threatening side effects.
Interactions with food items
- Avoid taking grapefruit and its juice; grapefruit reduces the effect of Asprito medicine.
- You can take Asprito medicine with or without consuming food.
Storage and disposal of Asprito 10 MG
Dosage of Asprito 10 MG
Missed a Dose
Dr. Varsha Parihar
MBBS, MD (Community Medicine)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Can I stop taking Asprito Tablets if I feel better?
Q: How long does it take for an Asprito Tablet to work?
Q: Does the Asprito tablet cause weight gain if I use it every day?
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