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Arpizol is an atypical antipsychotic and antidepressant, prescribed for schizophrenia and depression. It regulates abnormal conditions like disturbed or unusual thinking, loss of interest in life, and strong or inappropriate emotions in adults and children greater than 13 years. Arpizol contains Aripiprazole as an active ingredient and works by changing the activity of dopamine and serotonin in the brain.
Dosage for patients treating bipolar disorder will differ to that required for schizophrenia or depression. Physicians may tell adults affected by schizophrenia to administer either 10 mg or 15 mg once per day. Any increases to the dosage schedule will not normally be made until a steady state has been achieved. Complete compliance with the physician`s instructions will be needed at all times.
Those who are undergoing medical therapy for psychological disorders with Arpizol should ask their physician to discuss with them in full the risk of side effects associated with it. Possible reactions that may be noticed during treatment include: salivation, indigestion, weight changes, joint or limb pain, reduced bowel movements. The list of side effects above is only a brief summary and additional reactions that have not been mentioned here are also possible. If any reactions occur, be sure to inform your physician. You must attend the emergency room if you experience speech difficulties, abnormal involuntary movements, spasms, seizures, visual problems or any other side effects that are serious in nature.
Arpizol have occasionally been associated with a serious and life threatening disorder called neuroleptic malignant syndrome (often abbreviated to NMS). This disorder can cause renal failure, rhabdomyolysis, blood pressure problems and other negative effects. It will require immediate medical attention. Tardive dyskinesia (a syndrome which causes involuntary movements of the body and may even be irreversible in some people) has been known to occur in patients treated with this antipsychotic medicine. The physician will most likely advise withdrawal of treatment if this occurs.
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