Solian 50mg Tablet
Solian 50 MG Description
Solian tablet is used to treat mental disorders like schizophrenia, which affects a person's ability to think, feel and behave correctly. It has positive symptoms like confusion and hallucination and
negative symptoms like lack of facial expression and decreased speaking. Solian tablets help with both positive and negative symptoms. The active ingredient of the Solian tablet is amisulpride. It belongs to a class of atypical antipsychotic medicines. The mode of action of the Solian tablet is by blocking receptors and increasing dopamine and serotonin levels in the brain. These chemical substances help stabilise mood and prevent overactivity of the nerve cells in the brain. Nausea, dizziness, vomiting, etc., are some of the side effects of Solian tablets. It is vital to inform the doctor of any prescribed medicines being taken to check for any potential interactions and adverse effects.
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|Side effects||Indigestion, Blurred vision, Constipation, Nausea, Headache, Tremors, Dizziness, Tremors, Drowsiness, Anxiety, Inability to stay still, Increased saliva secretion, Raised prolactin levels.|
Uses of Solian 50 MG
- As per CDSCO, Solian tablet is used to treat acute and chronic schizophrenic disorders, in which both positive and negative symptoms are prominent. It is also effective on those with predominantly negative symptoms....
Contraindications of Solian 50 MG
- If you are allergic to the amisulpride component of Solian tablets.
- If you are already on other antipsychotic medications.
- If you’re using Levodopa for the treatment of Parkinson's disease.
- If you’ve or had breast cancer. This medicine can increase prolactin (hormone) levels in the body.
- If you’ve a tumour in your adrenal gland (a condition called pheochromocytoma), or if you have been diagnosed with a prolactin-dependent tumour.
- If you’ve an adrenal gland tumour, this medicine can cause life-threatening high blood pressure.
- If you’re expectant or planning for a pregnancy.
Side effects of Solian 50 MG
- Blurred vision
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Muscle tremors
Precautions and Warnings of Solian 50 MG
Other General Warnings
- You have any previous liver or kidney condition.
- You’ve a bleeding disorder or are on a blood thinner medication.
- You are using medications like painkillers that cause sedation or tranquillisation.
- You’ve a seizure disorder and are on anti-epileptic medications.
- You have a heart condition or had a stroke.
- You have any suicidal or self-harming thoughts.
- You are an older adult over 65. The side effects of this medicine can be exaggerated in older individuals.
- You have diabetes.
Mode of Action of Solian 50 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Solian 50 MG
- Take Solian tablets just as the doctor prescribed to you.
- Do not change the dose of Solian tablet, even if you do not see its effects.
- Do not try to break this tablet or chew it and the pill as a whole with a glass of water.
- It's better to not take it with other medications without informing your doctor.
- Do not use Solian medicine if its packaging has been already opened.
- Do not suddenly stop taking Solian tablet, as it can cause adverse effects from withdrawal.
Interactions of Solian 50 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- It is not recommended to take Solian tablets with Levodopa tablets used for Parkinson’s disease, as they have exactly opposite effects.
- It is not recommended to take Solian tablets if you use diuretics and laxatives that lower blood potassium levels; Solian tablets can further lower potassium levels and cause adverse effects.
- It is not recommended to take Solian tablets if you use medicines that lower heart rate.
- It is not recommended to take Solian tablets if you are already using other antipsychotic, antidepressant, or anti-seizure medications; using Solian tablets with these can cause severe side effects.
- If you use sedatives, heart medicines, antimalarial medicines, antihistamines, etc. They can interact with Solian tablets and cause increased drowsiness.
Interactions with food items
- Try to eat simple food while using Solian tablets. It is best to avoid rich and spicy food.
- Minimise having coffee and caffeine-containing food and drinks. They can interact with the effectiveness of this medicine.
Storage and disposal of Solian 50 MG
Dosage of Solian 50 MG
Missed a Dose
Dr. Varsha Parihar
MBBS, MD (Community Medicine)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: How much time does it take for the Solian tablets to work?
Q: Do Solian tablets cause weight gain?
Q: Can I use Solian tablets for depression?
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