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Why is it being used to treat people with psychiatric problems? Clopixol, a synthetic substance found in a class of over-the-counter (OTC) medicines including antipsychotic medications such as risperdal and lofexidene, acts on the benzodiazepine type drug receptors. This means that the drug has strong antipsychotic properties.
Clopixol may occur as a white or yellowish tingle in patients who have been taking benzodiazepines for a long time. A patient may also experience some weight gain, constipation, restlessness, sweating and decreased libido. Clopixol itself does not cause any side effects. Clopixol users may also have hypoglycemia, a condition that can lead to low blood glucose levels and potentially hypoglycemic episodes, or have been reported with associated side effects from taking clopixol containing amino acids (elements that increase protein synthesis).
How to use clopixol. Patients should never self-medicate and should always ask their doctor or pharmacist whether the drug could be safely used with other medicines. If you've been recommended a course of clopidomide, you should take it as the doctor has recommended without any delay, even if you think the symptoms aren't severe. Don't take more than the recommended dose; don't exceed the maximum daily dose recommended by the physician unless the doctor instructs you to do so. In some patients, particularly those with liver or kidney disease, an overdose may occur.
Some patients should not use clopidomide and others should use it in selected patients with very serious psychoses or other conditions such as cancer or Parkinson's disease. Clopidomide may be very useful in people with very mild Parkinson's disease, depression, alcohol withdrawal, convulsions, or uncontrolled seizures. It may also be very useful in patients who have been recommended alternative treatments but have not had good results. However, in patients with serious psychoses or serious side effects such as hypoglycemia, Clopixol should be avoided because it can produce unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.
What are the common side effects? There are no clopidomide-related undesirable effects. Commonly reported undesirable effects in patients using clopidomide: confusion, increased heartbeat, anxiety, dry mouth, dizziness, headache, flu-like symptoms, upset stomach, flushing, increased sweating, jaundice, itching, constipation, nausea, rashes, and upset bowel movements. These reactions usually appear within ten days to ten weeks after starting therapy. Some of these may be mild, while others may be severe.
Can you have an allergic reaction to clopixol? Clopidomide can cause a rare, potentially serious allergy that requires immediate medical intervention. The symptoms include itching, hives, and rashes that usually occur during the first week of concomitant use, which can last for several weeks and recur up to three months after discontinuation of clopidomide therapy.
The duration of treatment varies according to the type and frequency of use, as well as patient characteristics. Patients who respond slowly to clopidomide therapy often require daily dose adjustments for several weeks before they can resume normal activities. Patients with early flares of psychosis are particularly sensitive to side effects and may require higher doses or prolonged use in order to alleviate their symptoms. Also, patients taking clopidomide to treat bipolar disorder require daily dose adjustments to prevent rapid mood fluctuations and manic or depressive episodes.
Clopidomide is generally safe when used by healthy adults under the care of a physician. It is important to remember, however, that patients taking clopidomide for depression need to regularly monitor their body's chemical make-up and determine their optimal daily dosage and drug consumption. Patients should also be informed about the risks of using extrapyramidal agents, especially when used concomitantly with other drugs such as sedatives or tranquillizers. It is very important that patients keep in mind that if the correct dosage and drug combination are not met, clopidomide could result in undesirable side effects and compound the underlying problems.