Uses of Wizen
This drug is used for treatment of acute and chronic schizophrenia, other psychosis, and affective symptoms of schizophrenia.
Side effects of Wizen
This drug can result in a number of side effects including, orthostatic hypotension (decreased bp with change in posture with reflex tachcardia, extrapyramidal symptoms, galactorrhea (nipple discharge), mentrual disturbances, sexual dysfunction, sleeplessness, anxiety, agitation, headache, fatigue, dizziness, impaired concentration, weight gain, GI imbalance, nasal discharge, rash, blurred vision, depression, drowsiness, respiratory tract infection, ear infection, chest pain, nosebleed, cough, nasal congestion, pharyngolaryngeal pain, GI upset, dry mouth, toothache, persistent and painful penis erection, urinary incontinence, UTI’s, bp changes, increased heart rate, AV block, absence of menstruation, development of breats in males, skin reactions, altered LFTs, increased blood glucose, increased prolactin hormone in blood, anemia, conjuctivitis, abnormal muscle weakness, fatigue, muscle spasm, musculoskeletal pain, pain in extremities, fever, swelling, and flu-like illness. Rarely, this drug can also cause neuroleptic malignant syndrome, water intoxication with decreased sodium ions, seizures, involuntary movements of face and jaw, and inoperative floppy iris syndrome (small pupil syndrome).
The risk cannot be ruled out in this drug. Consult your physician for better advice.
This drug is contraindicated or not recommended in lactation. Consult your physician for better advice.