Sizopin 100mg Tablet
Sizopin 100 MG Description
Sizopin tablets contain Clozapine as its active ingredient. Clozapine belongs to a category of medications known as atypical antipsychotics. It is used to treat severe Schizophrenia, especially when
the first-line medication therapy fails to show the desired effects. It can also be used to treat Parkinson‘s disease, bipolar disorder or mood disorders. It acts by regulating certain brain chemicals to relieve symptoms which helps improve behaviour, mood and quality of life. It needs to be taken orally with water with or without food. Sizopin can cause side effects such as increased heart rate, dizziness, headache and blurry vision. It is generally used to treat adult psychiatric disorders and is not recommended for children below 18 years. Sizopin can cause or worsen a blood disorder which prolongs bleeding time, so care should be taken to do the required tests before starting on this medication. Older patients with dementia should not take Sizopin tablet.
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|Uses||Schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, mood disorders, Parkinson’s disease.|
|Side effects||Dizziness, increased heart rate, fainting, muscle tremors, seizures, high blood glucose, glaucoma.|
Uses of Sizopin 100 MG
- Schizophrenia to help alleviate symptoms.
- Cases of Parkinson’s disease, when first-line medicines do not work or give the desired outcome.
- Bipolar disorder.
- Some cases of severe mood disorders.
Contraindications of Sizopin 100 MG
- Allergy to the components of Sizopin.
- Old patients with Dementia.
- Increased glucose levels after use or pre-existing diabetes.
- Bleeding disorders.
- Seizure history.
- History of brain tissue disorders.
- History of / present cardiac ailments.
- Low magnesium/potassium in the blood.
- Very obese patients.
- Low blood pressure.
- Closed-angle glaucoma.
Side effects of Sizopin 100 MG
- Increased glucose levels
- Blurry vision
- Increased heart rate
- Weight gain
Precautions and Warnings of Sizopin 100 MG
Other General Warnings
- You have persistent side effects which do not go away with use and worsen over time.
- You develop an allergy to Sizopin (rashes, hives and swelling on the face)
- You feel that Sizopin does not seem to work for you.
- You want to change your dose or stop taking Sizopin.
- You have missed any doses of Sizopin.
- You develop any other medical issue while on therapy with Sizopin.
Mode of Action of Sizopin 100 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Sizopin 100 MG
- Sizopin can be taken with or without food. The tablets are to be consumed whole with water. It is not advised to chew or to crush tablets in powder form. It Is recommended to take medicine every day at the same time. Do not stop taking Sizopin on your own even if you have started feeling better. There may be withdrawal symptoms like dizziness, disturbances in vision and fainting if you stop taking the medication abruptly. Your physician will taper down your dose if you need to stop the medicine....
Interactions of Sizopin 100 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Antidepressants like fluvoxamine, fluoxetine, and paroxetine can increase the levels of Sizopin tablets.
- Antibiotics like ciprofloxacin, cimetidine, azithromycin, or erythromycin increase the level of Clozapine in the body.
- Antibiotics like Rifampicin and medicines used for gastric ulcers and diseases like Omeprazole can increase levels of Clozapine in the body leading to the possibility of side effects like dizziness, headaches and high blood sugar....
- Medications like Phenobarbitone can decrease levels of Clozapine in the body.
- Benzodiazepines can cause slow or laboured breathing when taken with Sizopin.
- Antihistamines like Promethazine can increase sleepiness when taken along with Sizopin.
- Along with Sizopin, antispasmodics like atropine can relax the gastrointestinal tract causing pain, constipation and urine retention.
- Blood pressure medications can enhance the blood pressure-lowering effect of Sizopin.
- Antipsychotics like chlorpromazine, pericyazine, or risperidone can also cause delirium (confused thinking), constipation and urinary retention when taken along with Sizopin.
Interactions with food items
- Sizopin has no reported cases of adverse food reactions.
Storage and disposal of Sizopin 100 MG
Dosage of Sizopin 100 MG
Missed a Dose
Dr. Divya Rohra
Dr. Anuj Tiwari
MBBS, DNB Medicine
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: How long will it take for Sizopin to work for me?
Q: What should I do if I don’t want to take Sizopin anymore?
Q: Will Sizopin have any effect on my sleep?
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