Joykem O 400Mg Tablet Dt
Joykem O 400Mg Tablet Dt belongs to a group of drugs known as anti-psychotics. Essentially prescribed to patients who suffer from schizophrenia, Joykem O 400Mg Tablet Dt treats the symptoms of this mental disorder and controls the condition. It alters certain chemical substances in the brain so as to improve the behavior and thoughts of schizophrenic patients.
Before your doctor prescribes Joykem O 400Mg Tablet Dt, he will inquire about your medical history. Inform him in detail about current health problems that you are facing and the medication you are on. Also inform him if you are allergic to any medicines or food. For example, inform him if you face any kidney or liver troubles, have diabetes or Parkinson’s disease or if you suffer from epileptic fits. Inform you doctor if you are taking any particular medication to treat Parkinson’s disease, other mental health issues, malaria etc. as they may interfere with the effect of Joykem O 400Mg Tablet Dt. The drug is not meant for consumption by pregnant women and nursing mothers as it may harm the child. The babies of pregnant women who have taken Joykem O 400Mg Tablet Dt during their last trimester may suffer from side effects like weakness, stiffness in the muscles, breathing troubles and drowsiness. In case your child does show any of the above mentioned symptoms get in touch with your doctor immediately.
Meant for oral consumption, Joykem O 400Mg Tablet Dt should be taken before food. Patients on this drug are told to avoid alcohol consumption as it may affect the action of Joykem O 400Mg Tablet Dt. It is also advised that driving or used of machines should be avoided as Joykem O 400Mg Tablet Dt can cause drowsiness and change in vision.
When it comes to dosage, your doctor may prescribe you a dose ranging from 50 mg to 800 mg daily. In some cases a daily dose of 1200 mg may also be prescribed. The doctor may initially start you off with a low dosage and increase it depending on your body’s reaction to Joykem O 400Mg Tablet Dt.
Information given here is based on the salt and content of the medicine. Effect and uses of medicine may vary from person to person. It is advicable to consult a Psychiatrist before using this medicine.
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Excessive sweatingMajor Rare
Change in heart rateMajor Rare
Severe chest painMajor Rare
Swelling, pain, and redness in the legsMajor Less Common
Increased frequency of infectionsMajor Less Common
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Twitches in the tongue and faceModerate Rare
Excessive salivationModerate Common
Decreased libidoModerate Common
Weight gainMinor Common
GynacomastiaModerate Less Common
Agitation and anxietyModerate Common
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