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Soltus 200mg Tablet

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Soltus 200 MG Description

Soltus Tablet is used to treat the symptoms of schizophrenia and to regulate the illness. It belongs to the class of antipsychotics. It affects various chemical compounds in the brain to help schizop

hrenic patients' behaviour and ideas. The beneficial uses of Soltus Tablet build up over time and last a long time. The time Soltus Tablet takes for this treatment to take action varies depending on the symptoms. Some symptoms may improve within a day after taking the medication, while others may take weeks. Your doctor will ask about your medical history before prescribing Soltus Tablet. Tell him anything you know about your present health conditions and the medications you're taking. Also, let him know if you have any allergies to foods, to avoid food interactions of Soltus Tablet. If you’re taking any medications to treat Parkinson's disease, other mental health concerns, malaria, or other conditions, tell your doctor since they may interfere with the impact of Soltus Tablet. Soltus Tablet is intended for oral use and should be taken before meals. Alcohol consumption should be avoided by patients taking this medication since it may interfere with the action of Soltus Tablet. The doctor may start you on a low dose and gradually raise it based on your body's response to Soltus Tablet.


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ContainsAmisulpride(200.0 Mg)
Side effectsFever, Excessive Sweating, Change in Heart Rate, Severe Chest Pain, Swelling, Pain, and Redness in the Legs, Restless Legs, Twitches in the Tongue and Face, Trembling, Excessive Salivation
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Uses of Soltus 200 MG

  • According to CSDSCO, Soltus Tablet is used
  • In the treatment of Schizophrenia

Contraindications of Soltus 200 MG

  • If you have a history of allergy to Soltus Tablet or any of its constituents.
  • If you are on medication for pheochromocytoma (adrenal gland tumour).
  • If you have been diagnosed with prolactin dependent tumour.
  • If you have kidney disease.
  • If you are diagnosed with liver dysfunction.
  • If the patient has Parkinson's disease, this medication is unsafe.
  • If you have heart rhythm abnormalities.
  • If you have Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome.

Side effects of Soltus 200 MG

  • Fever
  • Excessive sweating
  • Change in heart rate
  • Severe chest pain
  • Swelling, pain, and redness in the legs
  • Twitches in the tongue and face
  • Excessive salivation

Precautions and Warnings of Soltus 200 MG



Can I take Soltus Tablet during pregnancy?
The Soltus Tablet in pregnancy is unsafe. It's possible that taking Soltus Tablet while pregnant is dangerous to a growing baby. Animal studies have shown side effects on the growing foetus. Before prescribing it to you, your doctor will consider the advantages and potential hazards.

Breast Feeding

Can I take Soltus Tablet while breastfeeding?
This medication is unsafe to be taken by nursing moms unless this medicine is necessary. Muscle stiffness and tiredness may occur in newborns whose mothers used the medication during their last trimester. If your child exhibits any of the above symptoms, contact your doctor right once.


Can I drive if I have taken Soltus Tablet?
While using this medication, you may become drowsy, dizzy, and lethargic as a side effect of this medication. Restrain yourself from doing anything that requires a high level of mental attention, such as driving or handling heavy machinery, if you experience any of the mentioned symptoms.


Can I consume alcohol with the Soltus Tablet?
While using this prescription, avoid or limit your intake of alcohol because the chance of side effects increases. It's possible that drinking alcohol while taking Soltus Tablet will exacerbate symptoms and alter medicine activity. It's advisable not to consume alcohol when using this prescription.

Other General Warnings

Talk to your doctor if
  • You should avoid using levodopa with this medication because the effects of these two medications are opposed.
  • You should provide the doctor with a thorough account of your medical history and current medical issues.
  • You have diabetes, renal or liver illness, or Parkinson's disease.
  • You have a history of prolonged QT intervals with this medication.
  • Your blood glucose levels must be monitored, as your blood glucose levels may fluctuate with this medication.
  • You must use this medication with caution In patients with low potassium levels in the body. Take this medication only after the potassium deficiency has been rectified.
  • You should not give this medication to the elderly because of the increased potential of side effects.
  • You must be cautious while using these medications in children because the safety and efficacy are unknown.
  • You might gain weight with this prescription, so if you are obese, track your body weight.

Mode of Action of Soltus 200 MG

How Does It Work?

Soltus Tablet works by changing chemical molecules in the brain to modify schizophrenic patients' behaviour. It works on the brain's dopamine receptors. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that aids in moo...
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Directions for Use of Soltus 200 MG

  • Follow your doctor's recommendations regarding Soltus Tablet dosage.
  • You should swallow Soltus Tablet as a whole with a glass of normal water.
  • Carefully read all of the directions printed on the bottle.
  • The mental health care doctor will determine the dose and frequency.
  • Doses more than 300 mg can be split in half and taken in the morning and evening.
  • Soltus Tablet pills should be taken at the same time each day.

Interactions of Soltus 200 MG

Interactions with other medicines

  • Diltiazem (antihypertensive ) interacts with Soltus to increase the risk of side effects.
  • There is a substantial chance of low or no efficacy of Soltus when coadministered with Pregabalin (Antiepileptic).
  • Tramadol or any narcotic pain relievers with Soltus can induce a high potential of side effects.
  • Quinidine belonging to the class of antiarrhythmic medications should not be taken together with Soltus since there is a considerable risk of serious heart side effects.
  • Bromocriptine, an anticholinergic taken with Soltus, can lower efficacy.
  • Ropinirole (dopamine agonist), if taken along with Soltus, its effectiveness is lost.

Interactions with food items

  • Information on food interaction with Soltus Tablet is not available.

Storage and disposal of Soltus 200 MG

Keep Soltus Tablet medicine in the box it came in. Keep the lid of the vial tightly closed. Keep it in its original box in a cool, dry area between 25 and 28 degrees Celsius. The unused medication ...
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Dosage of Soltus 200 MG


Taking Soltus Tablet in the doses and repetition suggested by the doctor is essential to avoid overdosing. Drowsiness, fall in blood pressure, agitation, and coma are some symptoms of overdose. Visit ...
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Missed a Dose

Schizophrenia is a psychological disorder where a person can harm himself or those around him. So taking the medication on time is strictly advised. If the dose is missed and you remember it after hou...
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Content Details


Dr. Jagruti Jain

M.B.B.S., M.D., D.N.B., General Medicine

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Q: What are the symptoms of Soltus Tablet withdrawal?

A: If you stop using Soltus Tablet, you may experience withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sweating, difficulty sleeping, excessive restlessness, muscle stiffness, or strange movements, or your old condition may return. Ideally, the dose of Soltus Tablet is progressively tapered before stopping it completely.

Q: Does this medication increase the risk of self-harm?

A: In some patients, this medication may raise the risk of suicidal thoughts. Changes in behaviour or mood should be closely monitored and informed to the doctor. The doctor will make dose modifications or replace it with suitable alternative medication.

Q: Is it possible to quit taking the Soltus Tablet if I feel better?

A: No. You should keep taking Soltus Tablet for as long as your doctor advises. Don't stop taking the drug even if you feel better. Stopping it could make your disease worse or cause symptoms to reappear. Consult your doctor, who will gradually reduce your dose.
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