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Stelazine is prescribed to sufferers from:
- Psychotic medical conditions (especially schizophrenia);
- Severe agitation, dangerous and / or violent behavior, and so on;
- Severe anxiety;
- Vomiting and / or Nausea;

Stelazine is based on a very important ingredient: trifluoperazine.
Stelazine is prescribed to patients who are suffering from psychiatric medical conditions, it works as a 'major tranquilliser' (a neuroleptic).
This is actually a drug that belongs to the class of phenothiazine antipsychotics.

Stelazine is prescribed for the treatment of schizophrenia (severe disruptions in thought and perception). It is also prescribed for anxiety that does not respond to ordinary tranquilizers.


Stelazine is contraindicated if you have any of the following conditions:
- A therapy with Stelazine can also trigger hypotension, making the patient feel unsteady, dizzy and so on In case you experience such symptoms during your intake of this medication, we advise you to lie down or sit until you start to feel better Ask your personal physician for further indications;
- Allergic reaction to this medication;
- Angina pectoris;
- Arrhythmias;
- Closed angle glaucoma;
- Comatose states;
- Decreased kidney function;
- Epilepsy;
- Heart disease;
- Heart failure;
- Jaundice or blood cell medical problems;
- Liver disease;
- Myasthenia gravis;
- Parkinson's disease;
- Prostatic hypertrophy;
- The intake of Stelazine is known to trigger severe drowsiness, dizziness and other similar side effects (symptoms) Patients who experience them ought to avoid performing hazardous activities, the type of actions that are known to require mental or physical alertness This is especially dangerous, as you might not be able to perform them properly The intake of alcoholic products (especially alcoholic beverages but also some types of medical products, like some cough syrups) are known to have the;


Do not take Stelazine with any of the following drugs:
- Antidepressants;
- Including opoid painkillers;
- Sedating antihistamines;
- Sleeping tablets;
- Various types of medicines;

Side Effects

Stelazine side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Arrhythmias;
- Blurred vision;
- Changes in the female patients' menstrual periods;
- Confusion;
- Constipation;
- Dizziness;
- Drowsiness;
- Dry mouth;
- Insomnia;
- Jaundice;
- Loss of appetite;
- Muscle weakness;
- Restlessness, anxiety, and agitation (akathisia);
- Skin rashes;
- Weight gain;

Stelazine side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Yellowing Of Skin And Whites Of Eyes;
- Weakness;
- Twisted Neck;
- Tremors;
- Totally Unresponsive State;
- Tongue;
- Swelling Of The Throat;
- Sweating;
- Spasms In Jaw;
- Skin Itching;
- Skin Inflammation And Peeling;
- Shuffling Walk;
- Sensitivity To Light;
- Seizures;
- Rigid Arms;
- Restlessness;
- Reddening Or Rash;
- Rapid Heartbeat;
- Purple Or Red Spots On The Skin;
- Pulse And Heartbeat;
- Puffing Of Cheeks;
- Puckering Of Mouth;
- Protruding Tongue;
- Pill-Rolling Movement;
- Pigmentation;
- Persistent;
- Painful Erections;
- Neck;
- Nausea;
- Nasal Congestion;
- Muscle Stiffness And Rigidity;
- Mouth;
- Mask-Like Face;
- Low Blood Pressure;
- Loss Of Appetite;
- Lockjaw;
- Liver Damage;
- Light-Headedness (Especially When Standing Up);
- Jitteriness;
- Jaw;
- Irregular Or No Menstrual Periods;
- Irregular Blood Pressure;
- Involuntary Movements Of Tongue;
- Intestinal Blockage;
- Insomnia;
- Infections;
- Increase In Appetite And Weight;
- Inability To Urinate;
- Impotence;
- Hives;
- High Or Low Blood Sugar;
- Heart Attack;
- Headache;
- Head And Muscles;
- Hands;
- Fragmented Movements;
- Flu-Like Symptoms;
- Fluid Accumulation And Swelling (Including The Brain);
- Fever Or High Fever;
- Feet;
- Fatigue;
- Face;
- Eye Spasms;
- Eye Problems Causing A State Of Fixed Gaze;
- Excessive Or Spontaneous Flow Of Milk;
- Exaggerated Or Excessive Reflexes;
- Ejaculation Problems;
- Dry Mouth;
- Drowsiness;
- Drooling;
- Dizziness;
- Dilated Pupils;
- Difficulty Swallowing;
- Constricted Pupils;
- Constipation;
- Chewing Movements;
- Breast Development In Males;
- Body Rigidly Arched Backward;
- Blurred Vision;
- Blood Disorders;
- Back And Mouth;
- Asthma;
- Arms And Legs;
- Anemia;
- Allergic Reactions (Sometimes Severe);
- Agitation;
- Abnormalities In Movement And Posture;
- Abnormal Sugar In Urine;
- Abnormal Secretion Of Milk;

Other Brand Names

In some countries Stelazine may also be known as:
- Eskazine;
- Flupazine;
- Jatroneural;
- Leptazine;
- Modalina;
- Novoflurazine;
- Psyrazine;
- Stelazine;
- Stelium;
- Terfluzine;
- Triflumed;
- Trifluoperazin;
- Trinicalm;
- Triozine;
- Triplex;



Nonpsychotic Anxiety

Doses usually range from 2 to 4 mg daily. This amount should be divided into 2 equal doses and taken twice a day. Do not take more than 6 mg a day or take the medication for more than 12 weeks.


The usual starting dose is 4 to 10 mg a day, divided into 2 equal doses; doses range from 15 to 40 mg daily.


Doses are based on the child's weight and the severity of his or her symptoms.

Schizophrenia in Children 6 to 12 Years Old Who Are Closely Monitored or Hospitalized

The starting dose is 1 mg a day, taken all at once or divided into 2 doses. Your doctor will increase the dosage gradually, up to 15 mg a day.


Older people usually take Stelazine at lower doses. Because you may develop low blood pressure while taking this drug, your doctor will watch you closely. Older people (especially older women) may be more susceptible to tardive dyskinesia--a possibly permanent condition characterized by involuntary muscle spasms and twitches in the face and body. Consult your doctor for information about these potential risks.
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