Pregnancy: Risk cannot be ruled out. Lactation: Contraindicated or not recommended.
Acute and chronic schizophrenia other psychosis affective symptoms of schizophrenia.
Orthostatic hypotension reflex tachycardia extra-pyramidal symptoms. Galactorrhoea menstrual disturbance. Sexual dysfunction insomnia anxiety agitation
headache fatigue dizziness impaired concentration weight gain gastrointestinal disturbance rhinitis rash blurred vision depression somnolence RTI ear infection
dyspnoea epistaxis cough nasal congestion pharyngolaryngeal pain GI upset dry mouth toothache priapism urinary incontinence UTI BP change tachycardia
AV block amenorrhoea galactorrhoea gynaecomastia skin reactions altered LFFs hyperglycaemia hyperprolactinaemia anaemia conjunctivitis asthenia fatigue
muscle spasm musculoskeletal pain pain in extremities pyrexia oedema. chest pain flu-like illness. Rarely neuroleptic malignant syndrome water intoxication with
hyponatraemia seizures tardive dyskinesia intraoperative floppy iris syndrome.
Precautions: Elderly. Renal hepatic cardiovascular disease. Epilepsy. Parkinsonism dementia hyperprolactinaemia diabetes bradycardia hypokalaemia
hypomagnesaemia family history of QT prolongation. Driving/operating machinery. Monitor for signs of tardive dyskinesia withdraw if these occur. Monitor for
hyperglycaemia and wt gain. Risk factors for stroke or VTE. Monitor patients with history of low W8C count or drug-induced leucopenia/neutropenia. Monitor
endocrinological status sedative effects and for the development of extrapyramidal symptoms and other movement disorders in children. Withdraw gradually.