What is Stelazine
Approved as Treatment by the FDATrifluoperazine, otherwise called Trifluoperazine Hydrochloride, is approved by the FDA for 2 uses such as Anxiety and Schizophrenia .
When to interrupt dosageThe quantity of Stelazine is subject to the diagnosed affliction, such as Agitation, Anxiety and Alzheimer's Disease. The dosage changes, contingent upon the delivery technique (e.g. Tablet, film coated - Oral or Oral) detailed in the table beneath.
WarningsStelazine has five contraindications and should not be administered when suffering from any of the conditions laid out in the table below.Stelazine Contraindications
Stelazine Novel Uses: Which Conditions Have a Clinical Trial Featuring Stelazine?453 active studies are being conducted to appraise the effectiveness of Stelazine in treating Anxiety, Agitation and Schizophrenic symptoms.
Stelazine Reviews: What are patients saying about Stelazine?
Patient Q&A Section about stelazine
What is the drug Stelazine used for?
"It can also reduce unwanted/uncontrolled movements (such as twitching, fidgeting, muscle stiffness).
Trifluoperazine is used for treating mental/mood disorders such as schizophrenia and psychotic disorders. It can help patients think more clearly, feel less nervous, and take part in everyday life. Trifluoperazine can also reduce aggressive behavior, the desire to hurt oneself/others, and unwanted/uncontrolled movements (such as twitching, fidgeting, and muscle stiffness)." - Anonymous Online Contributor
How long can you take Stelazine?
"Stelazine (trifluoperazine) should not be used to treat non-psychotic anxiety at doses higher than 6 mg per day or for longer than 12 weeks. Higher doses or longer intervals of use may cause persistent tardive dyskinesia." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Why is Stelazine discontinued?
"Trifluoperazine can cause extrapyramidal side effects, which are abnormal muscle contractions, difficulty breathing and swallowing, and neck spasms." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Is Stelazine still available?
"Stelazine is no longer available as a brand-name medication. It can only be found in generic form." - Anonymous Online Contributor