Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 011808/003.

Names and composition

"MELLARIL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
011808/003 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/006 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 25MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/009 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 100MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/011 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 50MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/012 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE CONCENTRATE/ORAL 30MG per ML
011808/015 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 200MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/016 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 15MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/017 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 150MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/018 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE CONCENTRATE/ORAL 100MG per ML

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
011808/003 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/006 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 25MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/009 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 100MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/011 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 50MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/012 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE CONCENTRATE/ORAL 30MG per ML
011808/015 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 200MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/016 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 15MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/017 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 150MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011808/018 MELLARIL THIORIDAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE CONCENTRATE/ORAL 100MG per ML
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Answered questions

WHAT WAS THE DRUG MELLARIL, AND HALDOL USED FOR AS WELL AS COGENTIN...I WAS GIVEN THESE AS A 5 YEAR OLD?
AS WELL AS DEXEDRINE AND VALIUM ...IN 1968 ALSO HALOPERIDOL WHAT WERE THESE DRUGS USED FOR Asked by Marion Bozinovich 2 years ago.

Mellaril and Haldol (brand name of the generic haloperidol) are both powerful antipsychotics with a distinct sedative effect. Valium is a benzodiazapine typically prescribed for anxiety management - it, too, has a powerful sedating effect. The cogentin is given in conjunction with the anti-psychotics to prevent some very serious side effects. The one drug that does not "fit" is the dexedrine - it is a stimulant. However, it is also sometimes used to treat ADD/ADHD. The most likely case scenario for a drug cocktail of this sort is that the physicians at the time suspected that you had childhood schizophrenia. ~M~ Answered by Travis Chenoweth 2 years ago.

first of haldol and haloperidol are the same medication. Mellaril and haldo are antipsychotics Cogentin is a drug used for the side effects of antipsychotics Dexedrine is a stimulant used mostly for ADHD Valium is for anxiety or agitation Answered by Francis Scheidegger 2 years ago.

Oh wow. walking around the mall on my own hasn't ever truly been a situation for me, because I merely about continuously merely follow one among my brothers, so i have been walking around the mall with out dad and mom for a lengthy time period, yet nevertheless, the mastercard ingredient is genuinely ridiculous. yet i imagine we are lacking the large factor the following, why are 10 365 days olds procuring in Hollister contained in the first position! even as i became 10, my clothing got here from JC Penny, restricted Too, Sears, Foreman turbines, etc. no longer Hollister, I wasn't even fascinated in Hollister stuff again then. i'm 17, and that i'm nevertheless no longer. Wow, and then the mastercard merely tops all of it off. i wager mom's going to get a reality examine even as she receives her mastercard bill again on the precise of the month! little ones are growing to be up way too quickly. i'm a baby, yet geez. 10 365 days olds with cellphones, and charge playing cards, and makeup, and bikinis, and having sex and whatnot... sickening. ? Answered by Brady Blakeborough 2 years ago.

haldol is an antipsychotic just google it and pick a page to look at Answered by Hermine Pytel 2 years ago.


Is mellaril ok to use for my awful anxiety instead of chlorpromazine?
Switching to mellaril want to make sure its ok Asked by Alex Meservy 2 years ago.

I am not a medical doctor but have taken both Mellaril and Chlorpromazine for psychosis. They are extremely old medications. If you have anxiety there are much more current medications for this. You might look up "Medications for anxiety disorders" under Yahoo! search to find out what is available and discuss them with your doctor. There is also a natural medication for anxiety, Melatonin, which is available without prescription. Both Mellaril and chlorpromazine have bad side effects, chlorpromazine being the worst. Tardive diskonesia sometimes develops which is a parkinsonism like tremor due to nerve damage. I developed it after years of taking the medication trifluoperazine, which is a related drug. Good health, good luck, peace and love! Answered by Andrew Piechoski 2 years ago.


Can someone tell me how save is the Nardil, Mellaril,and Norpramin medication?
or how danger they could be for an 18-21 young men. and if you could be kind of telling me the streanth and color of the different pills of nardil. I don't ask for the others cause I have knoledge about it. thanks for your help Asked by Robbyn Riccio 2 years ago.

Side Effects of Nardil: Some common side effects reported with this medicine include: upset stomach drowsiness weakness or tiredness excitement or anxiety insomnia nightmares dry mouth skin more sensitive to sunlight than usual changes in appetite or weight Excessive fluid retention in the body tissues, resulting in swelling (edema) Life-threatening progressive damage and destruction of the live. Never overdose even a little on this pill! If you miss a dose don't worry just ignore it! Talk to your pharmacist about any of the drugs you are taking, that's why they went to collage. I wouldn't take (mellaril) thioradzine it can lead to sudden death, no kidding! Stick with nardil! I myself also suggest you try mediation for mind, instead of feeding it drugs feed it quiet and peace! Answered by Faviola Kosten 2 years ago.


I take mellaril, prozac and seroquel all together, what are the risks of combining these medications?
mellaril 50mg, prozac 80mg, and seroquel 600mg Asked by Carleen Wilbur 2 years ago.

Google DrugDigest. This site will allow you to enter all your medications and obtain medicine as well as food interactions. Answered by Annalisa Diamico 2 years ago.

I take Prozac, Seroquel, Lithium, and Risperidal together. I havent had any issues yet back it incredibly is continually ultimate to ask your Phsychiatrist through fact everybody is different and those drugs consequence everybody in yet in any different case. Why did you supply up taking them? You shouldnt merely supply up taking them the two through fact this could make issues worse. Your physique is making an attempt to earnings a stability and that merely throws it off. Answered by Roselia Christman 2 years ago.

GOING INSANE BEFOR ME>>>lucky you ....stop taking them for a week then take your partner to bed.....HE has no clue as to the unleashing of your soul and the passive agression i only wish i could be a part of.... Answered by Ma Kunselman 2 years ago.

geez! thats alot of psych meds! u cant possibly have them all prescribed!there has GOT TO B bad effects from the combo! Answered by Malia Mcwethy 2 years ago.


Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, mellaril, or cardiazem?
Asked by Hye Noyer 2 years ago.

Im not sure...check a pharmacy website ;) Answered by Matilda Mittelman 2 years ago.


Does anyone know , how safe is the medication "Mellaril"?
Heard it is hard on the heart , I had a elderly neighbor and elderly friend both lived to be pass 80 yrs old and took the drug? Asked by Inge Siebe 2 years ago.

I'm sorry I actually don't know that drug, I hope you find your answer, I just could not believe that the so called Dr. would say "you must know a bunch of crazy people that is a serious anti psychotic" I hope she doesnt ever experience an episode. A lot of people have taken different types of mental health medications for different reasons at some point in their lives. Good Luck on finding the information you need. Sorry that I don't have an answer, but I thought I needed to get that off my chest. Answered by Kasha Padilla 2 years ago.

ANY drug's safety will be different for different patients. It depends on the medical history of the patient, concomitant medication usage and allergies/sensitivities. The same drug may work differently in different people. There are precautions listed in the prescribing information: "Hypotension (which is usually orthostatic) may occur, especially in females, the elderly, and in alcoholic patients. The administration of epinephrine should be avoided in the treatment of drug-induced hypotension in view of the fact that phenothiazines may induce a reverse-epinephrine effect. As with other phenothiazines, benign repolarization changes such as prolongation of the Q-T interval, flattening of the T wave and the appearance of a U wave have been reported. These changes are usually confined to high doses and are more likely to occur when potassium blood levels are low. Like all phenothiazines, thioridazine may induce arrhythmias. Sudden and unexplained death, apparently due to arrhythmias or cardiac arrest, has been reported." You must know a bunch of crazy people. That's a serious anti-psychotic. Answered by Lashell Yandle 2 years ago.

Mellaril is very rarely used anymore Haldol or Zyprexa is the choice for the "big-guns" now. Answered by Meggan Sallies 2 years ago.


Can Thorazine, Mellaril, or Haldol cause long term - permanet infertility in men, after they have been stoped?
-added details- my friend is nearly impossible to get into a doctor's office. We need to know if it is possible, the information I have found is inconclusive, doesn't state male or female and doesn't give how long "long term" is. Asked by Sheron Dorman 2 years ago.

You would need to check with a medical specialist to find out. Answered by Lavon Murphy 2 years ago.


Medication Question (Mental Health)?
My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very... Asked by Analisa Arvidson 2 years ago.

My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very confused, violent outbursts, little bladder/bowel control, making no sense when speaking, etc) she was acting completely normal until this began about 1 week ago. I think she is on too many meds but the family is resisting making changes to her regimen. Here is her list of meds: Mellaril 25mg 1x day Lithium Carbonate 300mg 2x day Welbutrin 100mg 4x day Benzapril HCL 10mg 1x day Prilosec 20mg 1x day Zytrec 10mg 1x day (for itching from meds) Theragran Vitamin 1x day Osteo Bi-Flex 1x day Synthroid - 100mcg - 1 x day Premarin - .625mg - 1 x day Ibuprofen 200mg every 2-4 hrs for neck pain Albuterol (breathing treatment) 4x day Baclofen 10mg 2x day Davracet 100-650 MGTEV every 4-6 hrs for neck pain Obviously Yahoo Answers is not an authority...I know this. I just need some advice from anyone who knows the implications of all of these medications. I am just desperate to help her and find some answers. Answered by Vernie Stennis 2 years ago.

There are newer medications your Grandmother could take instead of the Mellaril and Lithium. See if you can go to her next appointment and discuss with her doctor(s) your concerns and her recent decline. It's nice to see you are thinking about your Grandmother's well being. Good Luck. Answered by Cassandra Yaegle 2 years ago.

I suppose a definition of a intellectual wellness limitation perhaps the incapability to "manage it". I do not feel in turning to treatment except it's rather imperative, however I can see that it mostly is. I am cautious of the psychiatric system which sees the ailment in phrases of being a drawback to be resolved with treatment, and favour CBT and different 'speaking' remedies that deal with the quandary as a 'man or woman who's having issues'. Black and white pondering is certainly not as innappropriate as while discussing intellectual wellness problems for my part. Answered by Anabel Newfield 2 years ago.


WHAT WAS THE DRUG MELLARIL, AND HALDOL USED FOR AS WELL AS COGENTIN...I WAS GIVEN THESE AS A 5 YEAR OLD?
AS WELL AS DEXEDRINE AND VALIUM ...IN 1968 ALSO HALOPERIDOL WHAT WERE THESE DRUGS USED FOR Asked by Danika Rotunda 2 years ago.

Mellaril and Haldol (brand name of the generic haloperidol) are both powerful antipsychotics with a distinct sedative effect. Valium is a benzodiazapine typically prescribed for anxiety management - it, too, has a powerful sedating effect. The cogentin is given in conjunction with the anti-psychotics to prevent some very serious side effects. The one drug that does not "fit" is the dexedrine - it is a stimulant. However, it is also sometimes used to treat ADD/ADHD. The most likely case scenario for a drug cocktail of this sort is that the physicians at the time suspected that you had childhood schizophrenia. ~M~ Answered by Hiram Pentz 2 years ago.

first of haldol and haloperidol are the same medication. Mellaril and haldo are antipsychotics Cogentin is a drug used for the side effects of antipsychotics Dexedrine is a stimulant used mostly for ADHD Valium is for anxiety or agitation Answered by Stefania Matyi 2 years ago.

Oh wow. walking around the mall on my own hasn't ever truly been a situation for me, because I merely about continuously merely follow one among my brothers, so i have been walking around the mall with out dad and mom for a lengthy time period, yet nevertheless, the mastercard ingredient is genuinely ridiculous. yet i imagine we are lacking the large factor the following, why are 10 365 days olds procuring in Hollister contained in the first position! even as i became 10, my clothing got here from JC Penny, restricted Too, Sears, Foreman turbines, etc. no longer Hollister, I wasn't even fascinated in Hollister stuff again then. i'm 17, and that i'm nevertheless no longer. Wow, and then the mastercard merely tops all of it off. i wager mom's going to get a reality examine even as she receives her mastercard bill again on the precise of the month! little ones are growing to be up way too quickly. i'm a baby, yet geez. 10 365 days olds with cellphones, and charge playing cards, and makeup, and bikinis, and having sex and whatnot... sickening. ? Answered by Edgardo Brossman 2 years ago.

haldol is an antipsychotic just google it and pick a page to look at Answered by Cindi Pitsch 2 years ago.


Is mellaril ok to use for my awful anxiety instead of chlorpromazine?
Switching to mellaril want to make sure its ok Asked by Dorsey Bisesi 2 years ago.

I am not a medical doctor but have taken both Mellaril and Chlorpromazine for psychosis. They are extremely old medications. If you have anxiety there are much more current medications for this. You might look up "Medications for anxiety disorders" under Yahoo! search to find out what is available and discuss them with your doctor. There is also a natural medication for anxiety, Melatonin, which is available without prescription. Both Mellaril and chlorpromazine have bad side effects, chlorpromazine being the worst. Tardive diskonesia sometimes develops which is a parkinsonism like tremor due to nerve damage. I developed it after years of taking the medication trifluoperazine, which is a related drug. Good health, good luck, peace and love! Answered by Mina Tedrick 2 years ago.


Can someone tell me how save is the Nardil, Mellaril,and Norpramin medication?
or how danger they could be for an 18-21 young men. and if you could be kind of telling me the streanth and color of the different pills of nardil. I don't ask for the others cause I have knoledge about it. thanks for your help Asked by Gia Poska 2 years ago.

Side Effects of Nardil: Some common side effects reported with this medicine include: upset stomach drowsiness weakness or tiredness excitement or anxiety insomnia nightmares dry mouth skin more sensitive to sunlight than usual changes in appetite or weight Excessive fluid retention in the body tissues, resulting in swelling (edema) Life-threatening progressive damage and destruction of the live. Never overdose even a little on this pill! If you miss a dose don't worry just ignore it! Talk to your pharmacist about any of the drugs you are taking, that's why they went to collage. I wouldn't take (mellaril) thioradzine it can lead to sudden death, no kidding! Stick with nardil! I myself also suggest you try mediation for mind, instead of feeding it drugs feed it quiet and peace! Answered by Jere Aughenbaugh 2 years ago.


I take mellaril, prozac and seroquel all together, what are the risks of combining these medications?
mellaril 50mg, prozac 80mg, and seroquel 600mg Asked by Holli Papas 2 years ago.

Google DrugDigest. This site will allow you to enter all your medications and obtain medicine as well as food interactions. Answered by Eddie Wofford 2 years ago.

I take Prozac, Seroquel, Lithium, and Risperidal together. I havent had any issues yet back it incredibly is continually ultimate to ask your Phsychiatrist through fact everybody is different and those drugs consequence everybody in yet in any different case. Why did you supply up taking them? You shouldnt merely supply up taking them the two through fact this could make issues worse. Your physique is making an attempt to earnings a stability and that merely throws it off. Answered by Tobias Gunnell 2 years ago.

GOING INSANE BEFOR ME>>>lucky you ....stop taking them for a week then take your partner to bed.....HE has no clue as to the unleashing of your soul and the passive agression i only wish i could be a part of.... Answered by Ronny Dorsch 2 years ago.

geez! thats alot of psych meds! u cant possibly have them all prescribed!there has GOT TO B bad effects from the combo! Answered by Cherise Lasher 2 years ago.


Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, mellaril, or cardiazem?
Asked by Karan Martignago 2 years ago.

Im not sure...check a pharmacy website ;) Answered by Franklin Szoke 2 years ago.


Does anyone know , how safe is the medication "Mellaril"?
Heard it is hard on the heart , I had a elderly neighbor and elderly friend both lived to be pass 80 yrs old and took the drug? Asked by Glayds Swafford 2 years ago.

I'm sorry I actually don't know that drug, I hope you find your answer, I just could not believe that the so called Dr. would say "you must know a bunch of crazy people that is a serious anti psychotic" I hope she doesnt ever experience an episode. A lot of people have taken different types of mental health medications for different reasons at some point in their lives. Good Luck on finding the information you need. Sorry that I don't have an answer, but I thought I needed to get that off my chest. Answered by Harland Shubrooks 2 years ago.

ANY drug's safety will be different for different patients. It depends on the medical history of the patient, concomitant medication usage and allergies/sensitivities. The same drug may work differently in different people. There are precautions listed in the prescribing information: "Hypotension (which is usually orthostatic) may occur, especially in females, the elderly, and in alcoholic patients. The administration of epinephrine should be avoided in the treatment of drug-induced hypotension in view of the fact that phenothiazines may induce a reverse-epinephrine effect. As with other phenothiazines, benign repolarization changes such as prolongation of the Q-T interval, flattening of the T wave and the appearance of a U wave have been reported. These changes are usually confined to high doses and are more likely to occur when potassium blood levels are low. Like all phenothiazines, thioridazine may induce arrhythmias. Sudden and unexplained death, apparently due to arrhythmias or cardiac arrest, has been reported." You must know a bunch of crazy people. That's a serious anti-psychotic. Answered by Shanon Elford 2 years ago.

Mellaril is very rarely used anymore Haldol or Zyprexa is the choice for the "big-guns" now. Answered by Serita Mitzel 2 years ago.


Can Thorazine, Mellaril, or Haldol cause long term - permanet infertility in men, after they have been stoped?
-added details- my friend is nearly impossible to get into a doctor's office. We need to know if it is possible, the information I have found is inconclusive, doesn't state male or female and doesn't give how long "long term" is. Asked by Jeanetta Metellus 2 years ago.

You would need to check with a medical specialist to find out. Answered by Lavona Scoleri 2 years ago.


Medication Question (Mental Health)?
My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very... Asked by Ozell Wasko 2 years ago.

My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very confused, violent outbursts, little bladder/bowel control, making no sense when speaking, etc) she was acting completely normal until this began about 1 week ago. I think she is on too many meds but the family is resisting making changes to her regimen. Here is her list of meds: Mellaril 25mg 1x day Lithium Carbonate 300mg 2x day Welbutrin 100mg 4x day Benzapril HCL 10mg 1x day Prilosec 20mg 1x day Zytrec 10mg 1x day (for itching from meds) Theragran Vitamin 1x day Osteo Bi-Flex 1x day Synthroid - 100mcg - 1 x day Premarin - .625mg - 1 x day Ibuprofen 200mg every 2-4 hrs for neck pain Albuterol (breathing treatment) 4x day Baclofen 10mg 2x day Davracet 100-650 MGTEV every 4-6 hrs for neck pain Obviously Yahoo Answers is not an authority...I know this. I just need some advice from anyone who knows the implications of all of these medications. I am just desperate to help her and find some answers. Answered by Stephnie Roots 2 years ago.

There are newer medications your Grandmother could take instead of the Mellaril and Lithium. See if you can go to her next appointment and discuss with her doctor(s) your concerns and her recent decline. It's nice to see you are thinking about your Grandmother's well being. Good Luck. Answered by Jimmy Carrier 2 years ago.

I suppose a definition of a intellectual wellness limitation perhaps the incapability to "manage it". I do not feel in turning to treatment except it's rather imperative, however I can see that it mostly is. I am cautious of the psychiatric system which sees the ailment in phrases of being a drawback to be resolved with treatment, and favour CBT and different 'speaking' remedies that deal with the quandary as a 'man or woman who's having issues'. Black and white pondering is certainly not as innappropriate as while discussing intellectual wellness problems for my part. Answered by Neoma Koepf 2 years ago.


WHAT WAS THE DRUG MELLARIL, AND HALDOL USED FOR AS WELL AS COGENTIN...I WAS GIVEN THESE AS A 5 YEAR OLD?
AS WELL AS DEXEDRINE AND VALIUM ...IN 1968 ALSO HALOPERIDOL WHAT WERE THESE DRUGS USED FOR Asked by Cindie Saviano 2 years ago.

Mellaril and Haldol (brand name of the generic haloperidol) are both powerful antipsychotics with a distinct sedative effect. Valium is a benzodiazapine typically prescribed for anxiety management - it, too, has a powerful sedating effect. The cogentin is given in conjunction with the anti-psychotics to prevent some very serious side effects. The one drug that does not "fit" is the dexedrine - it is a stimulant. However, it is also sometimes used to treat ADD/ADHD. The most likely case scenario for a drug cocktail of this sort is that the physicians at the time suspected that you had childhood schizophrenia. ~M~ Answered by Darcie Gregori 2 years ago.

first of haldol and haloperidol are the same medication. Mellaril and haldo are antipsychotics Cogentin is a drug used for the side effects of antipsychotics Dexedrine is a stimulant used mostly for ADHD Valium is for anxiety or agitation Answered by Simone Pappas 2 years ago.

Oh wow. walking around the mall on my own hasn't ever truly been a situation for me, because I merely about continuously merely follow one among my brothers, so i have been walking around the mall with out dad and mom for a lengthy time period, yet nevertheless, the mastercard ingredient is genuinely ridiculous. yet i imagine we are lacking the large factor the following, why are 10 365 days olds procuring in Hollister contained in the first position! even as i became 10, my clothing got here from JC Penny, restricted Too, Sears, Foreman turbines, etc. no longer Hollister, I wasn't even fascinated in Hollister stuff again then. i'm 17, and that i'm nevertheless no longer. Wow, and then the mastercard merely tops all of it off. i wager mom's going to get a reality examine even as she receives her mastercard bill again on the precise of the month! little ones are growing to be up way too quickly. i'm a baby, yet geez. 10 365 days olds with cellphones, and charge playing cards, and makeup, and bikinis, and having sex and whatnot... sickening. ? Answered by Melody Kuhner 2 years ago.

haldol is an antipsychotic just google it and pick a page to look at Answered by Tyisha Paczkowski 2 years ago.


Is mellaril ok to use for my awful anxiety instead of chlorpromazine?
Switching to mellaril want to make sure its ok Asked by Jeni Lucena 2 years ago.

I am not a medical doctor but have taken both Mellaril and Chlorpromazine for psychosis. They are extremely old medications. If you have anxiety there are much more current medications for this. You might look up "Medications for anxiety disorders" under Yahoo! search to find out what is available and discuss them with your doctor. There is also a natural medication for anxiety, Melatonin, which is available without prescription. Both Mellaril and chlorpromazine have bad side effects, chlorpromazine being the worst. Tardive diskonesia sometimes develops which is a parkinsonism like tremor due to nerve damage. I developed it after years of taking the medication trifluoperazine, which is a related drug. Good health, good luck, peace and love! Answered by Niesha Oest 2 years ago.


Can someone tell me how save is the Nardil, Mellaril,and Norpramin medication?
or how danger they could be for an 18-21 young men. and if you could be kind of telling me the streanth and color of the different pills of nardil. I don't ask for the others cause I have knoledge about it. thanks for your help Asked by Debby Bedonie 2 years ago.

Side Effects of Nardil: Some common side effects reported with this medicine include: upset stomach drowsiness weakness or tiredness excitement or anxiety insomnia nightmares dry mouth skin more sensitive to sunlight than usual changes in appetite or weight Excessive fluid retention in the body tissues, resulting in swelling (edema) Life-threatening progressive damage and destruction of the live. Never overdose even a little on this pill! If you miss a dose don't worry just ignore it! Talk to your pharmacist about any of the drugs you are taking, that's why they went to collage. I wouldn't take (mellaril) thioradzine it can lead to sudden death, no kidding! Stick with nardil! I myself also suggest you try mediation for mind, instead of feeding it drugs feed it quiet and peace! Answered by Charis Barranca 2 years ago.


I take mellaril, prozac and seroquel all together, what are the risks of combining these medications?
mellaril 50mg, prozac 80mg, and seroquel 600mg Asked by Rolanda Beja 2 years ago.

Google DrugDigest. This site will allow you to enter all your medications and obtain medicine as well as food interactions. Answered by Cristina Hampon 2 years ago.

I take Prozac, Seroquel, Lithium, and Risperidal together. I havent had any issues yet back it incredibly is continually ultimate to ask your Phsychiatrist through fact everybody is different and those drugs consequence everybody in yet in any different case. Why did you supply up taking them? You shouldnt merely supply up taking them the two through fact this could make issues worse. Your physique is making an attempt to earnings a stability and that merely throws it off. Answered by Kendall Mccoppin 2 years ago.

GOING INSANE BEFOR ME>>>lucky you ....stop taking them for a week then take your partner to bed.....HE has no clue as to the unleashing of your soul and the passive agression i only wish i could be a part of.... Answered by Alysa Kastning 2 years ago.

geez! thats alot of psych meds! u cant possibly have them all prescribed!there has GOT TO B bad effects from the combo! Answered by Delana Buckalew 2 years ago.


Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, mellaril, or cardiazem?
Asked by Venice Wamsley 2 years ago.

Im not sure...check a pharmacy website ;) Answered by Karrie Dirico 2 years ago.


Does anyone know , how safe is the medication "Mellaril"?
Heard it is hard on the heart , I had a elderly neighbor and elderly friend both lived to be pass 80 yrs old and took the drug? Asked by Keeley Waninger 2 years ago.

I'm sorry I actually don't know that drug, I hope you find your answer, I just could not believe that the so called Dr. would say "you must know a bunch of crazy people that is a serious anti psychotic" I hope she doesnt ever experience an episode. A lot of people have taken different types of mental health medications for different reasons at some point in their lives. Good Luck on finding the information you need. Sorry that I don't have an answer, but I thought I needed to get that off my chest. Answered by Sharolyn Helvie 2 years ago.

ANY drug's safety will be different for different patients. It depends on the medical history of the patient, concomitant medication usage and allergies/sensitivities. The same drug may work differently in different people. There are precautions listed in the prescribing information: "Hypotension (which is usually orthostatic) may occur, especially in females, the elderly, and in alcoholic patients. The administration of epinephrine should be avoided in the treatment of drug-induced hypotension in view of the fact that phenothiazines may induce a reverse-epinephrine effect. As with other phenothiazines, benign repolarization changes such as prolongation of the Q-T interval, flattening of the T wave and the appearance of a U wave have been reported. These changes are usually confined to high doses and are more likely to occur when potassium blood levels are low. Like all phenothiazines, thioridazine may induce arrhythmias. Sudden and unexplained death, apparently due to arrhythmias or cardiac arrest, has been reported." You must know a bunch of crazy people. That's a serious anti-psychotic. Answered by Shanice Lousteau 2 years ago.

Mellaril is very rarely used anymore Haldol or Zyprexa is the choice for the "big-guns" now. Answered by Germaine Romanik 2 years ago.


Can Thorazine, Mellaril, or Haldol cause long term - permanet infertility in men, after they have been stoped?
-added details- my friend is nearly impossible to get into a doctor's office. We need to know if it is possible, the information I have found is inconclusive, doesn't state male or female and doesn't give how long "long term" is. Asked by Sarah Kukura 2 years ago.

You would need to check with a medical specialist to find out. Answered by Kasey Kesler 2 years ago.


Medication Question (Mental Health)?
My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very... Asked by Jordan Waletzko 2 years ago.

My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very confused, violent outbursts, little bladder/bowel control, making no sense when speaking, etc) she was acting completely normal until this began about 1 week ago. I think she is on too many meds but the family is resisting making changes to her regimen. Here is her list of meds: Mellaril 25mg 1x day Lithium Carbonate 300mg 2x day Welbutrin 100mg 4x day Benzapril HCL 10mg 1x day Prilosec 20mg 1x day Zytrec 10mg 1x day (for itching from meds) Theragran Vitamin 1x day Osteo Bi-Flex 1x day Synthroid - 100mcg - 1 x day Premarin - .625mg - 1 x day Ibuprofen 200mg every 2-4 hrs for neck pain Albuterol (breathing treatment) 4x day Baclofen 10mg 2x day Davracet 100-650 MGTEV every 4-6 hrs for neck pain Obviously Yahoo Answers is not an authority...I know this. I just need some advice from anyone who knows the implications of all of these medications. I am just desperate to help her and find some answers. Answered by Shanita Preisser 2 years ago.

There are newer medications your Grandmother could take instead of the Mellaril and Lithium. See if you can go to her next appointment and discuss with her doctor(s) your concerns and her recent decline. It's nice to see you are thinking about your Grandmother's well being. Good Luck. Answered by Gema Lavoie 2 years ago.

I suppose a definition of a intellectual wellness limitation perhaps the incapability to "manage it". I do not feel in turning to treatment except it's rather imperative, however I can see that it mostly is. I am cautious of the psychiatric system which sees the ailment in phrases of being a drawback to be resolved with treatment, and favour CBT and different 'speaking' remedies that deal with the quandary as a 'man or woman who's having issues'. Black and white pondering is certainly not as innappropriate as while discussing intellectual wellness problems for my part. Answered by Keva Ziak 2 years ago.


WHAT WAS THE DRUG MELLARIL, AND HALDOL USED FOR AS WELL AS COGENTIN...I WAS GIVEN THESE AS A 5 YEAR OLD?
AS WELL AS DEXEDRINE AND VALIUM ...IN 1968 ALSO HALOPERIDOL WHAT WERE THESE DRUGS USED FOR Asked by Shamika Leopoldo 2 years ago.

Mellaril and Haldol (brand name of the generic haloperidol) are both powerful antipsychotics with a distinct sedative effect. Valium is a benzodiazapine typically prescribed for anxiety management - it, too, has a powerful sedating effect. The cogentin is given in conjunction with the anti-psychotics to prevent some very serious side effects. The one drug that does not "fit" is the dexedrine - it is a stimulant. However, it is also sometimes used to treat ADD/ADHD. The most likely case scenario for a drug cocktail of this sort is that the physicians at the time suspected that you had childhood schizophrenia. ~M~ Answered by Clarita Duley 2 years ago.

first of haldol and haloperidol are the same medication. Mellaril and haldo are antipsychotics Cogentin is a drug used for the side effects of antipsychotics Dexedrine is a stimulant used mostly for ADHD Valium is for anxiety or agitation Answered by Julietta Chodorov 2 years ago.

Oh wow. walking around the mall on my own hasn't ever truly been a situation for me, because I merely about continuously merely follow one among my brothers, so i have been walking around the mall with out dad and mom for a lengthy time period, yet nevertheless, the mastercard ingredient is genuinely ridiculous. yet i imagine we are lacking the large factor the following, why are 10 365 days olds procuring in Hollister contained in the first position! even as i became 10, my clothing got here from JC Penny, restricted Too, Sears, Foreman turbines, etc. no longer Hollister, I wasn't even fascinated in Hollister stuff again then. i'm 17, and that i'm nevertheless no longer. Wow, and then the mastercard merely tops all of it off. i wager mom's going to get a reality examine even as she receives her mastercard bill again on the precise of the month! little ones are growing to be up way too quickly. i'm a baby, yet geez. 10 365 days olds with cellphones, and charge playing cards, and makeup, and bikinis, and having sex and whatnot... sickening. ? Answered by Elliot Tollett 2 years ago.

haldol is an antipsychotic just google it and pick a page to look at Answered by Bennett Pockrus 2 years ago.


Is mellaril ok to use for my awful anxiety instead of chlorpromazine?
Switching to mellaril want to make sure its ok Asked by Lezlie Swist 2 years ago.

I am not a medical doctor but have taken both Mellaril and Chlorpromazine for psychosis. They are extremely old medications. If you have anxiety there are much more current medications for this. You might look up "Medications for anxiety disorders" under Yahoo! search to find out what is available and discuss them with your doctor. There is also a natural medication for anxiety, Melatonin, which is available without prescription. Both Mellaril and chlorpromazine have bad side effects, chlorpromazine being the worst. Tardive diskonesia sometimes develops which is a parkinsonism like tremor due to nerve damage. I developed it after years of taking the medication trifluoperazine, which is a related drug. Good health, good luck, peace and love! Answered by Hortense Rarogal 2 years ago.


Can someone tell me how save is the Nardil, Mellaril,and Norpramin medication?
or how danger they could be for an 18-21 young men. and if you could be kind of telling me the streanth and color of the different pills of nardil. I don't ask for the others cause I have knoledge about it. thanks for your help Asked by Idella Daulton 2 years ago.

Side Effects of Nardil: Some common side effects reported with this medicine include: upset stomach drowsiness weakness or tiredness excitement or anxiety insomnia nightmares dry mouth skin more sensitive to sunlight than usual changes in appetite or weight Excessive fluid retention in the body tissues, resulting in swelling (edema) Life-threatening progressive damage and destruction of the live. Never overdose even a little on this pill! If you miss a dose don't worry just ignore it! Talk to your pharmacist about any of the drugs you are taking, that's why they went to collage. I wouldn't take (mellaril) thioradzine it can lead to sudden death, no kidding! Stick with nardil! I myself also suggest you try mediation for mind, instead of feeding it drugs feed it quiet and peace! Answered by Oswaldo Punihaole 2 years ago.


I take mellaril, prozac and seroquel all together, what are the risks of combining these medications?
mellaril 50mg, prozac 80mg, and seroquel 600mg Asked by Audie Seara 2 years ago.

Google DrugDigest. This site will allow you to enter all your medications and obtain medicine as well as food interactions. Answered by Alberto Schellhorn 2 years ago.

I take Prozac, Seroquel, Lithium, and Risperidal together. I havent had any issues yet back it incredibly is continually ultimate to ask your Phsychiatrist through fact everybody is different and those drugs consequence everybody in yet in any different case. Why did you supply up taking them? You shouldnt merely supply up taking them the two through fact this could make issues worse. Your physique is making an attempt to earnings a stability and that merely throws it off. Answered by Jenise Westmoreland 2 years ago.

GOING INSANE BEFOR ME>>>lucky you ....stop taking them for a week then take your partner to bed.....HE has no clue as to the unleashing of your soul and the passive agression i only wish i could be a part of.... Answered by Kayleigh Johe 2 years ago.

geez! thats alot of psych meds! u cant possibly have them all prescribed!there has GOT TO B bad effects from the combo! Answered by Lashawnda Puffenberger 2 years ago.


Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, mellaril, or cardiazem?
Asked by Ardelle Ardoin 2 years ago.

Im not sure...check a pharmacy website ;) Answered by Layla Neumeyer 2 years ago.


Does anyone know , how safe is the medication "Mellaril"?
Heard it is hard on the heart , I had a elderly neighbor and elderly friend both lived to be pass 80 yrs old and took the drug? Asked by Delinda Resler 2 years ago.

I'm sorry I actually don't know that drug, I hope you find your answer, I just could not believe that the so called Dr. would say "you must know a bunch of crazy people that is a serious anti psychotic" I hope she doesnt ever experience an episode. A lot of people have taken different types of mental health medications for different reasons at some point in their lives. Good Luck on finding the information you need. Sorry that I don't have an answer, but I thought I needed to get that off my chest. Answered by Ronni Mendivel 2 years ago.

ANY drug's safety will be different for different patients. It depends on the medical history of the patient, concomitant medication usage and allergies/sensitivities. The same drug may work differently in different people. There are precautions listed in the prescribing information: "Hypotension (which is usually orthostatic) may occur, especially in females, the elderly, and in alcoholic patients. The administration of epinephrine should be avoided in the treatment of drug-induced hypotension in view of the fact that phenothiazines may induce a reverse-epinephrine effect. As with other phenothiazines, benign repolarization changes such as prolongation of the Q-T interval, flattening of the T wave and the appearance of a U wave have been reported. These changes are usually confined to high doses and are more likely to occur when potassium blood levels are low. Like all phenothiazines, thioridazine may induce arrhythmias. Sudden and unexplained death, apparently due to arrhythmias or cardiac arrest, has been reported." You must know a bunch of crazy people. That's a serious anti-psychotic. Answered by Criselda Gloyd 2 years ago.

Mellaril is very rarely used anymore Haldol or Zyprexa is the choice for the "big-guns" now. Answered by Tawny Ralston 2 years ago.


Can Thorazine, Mellaril, or Haldol cause long term - permanet infertility in men, after they have been stoped?
-added details- my friend is nearly impossible to get into a doctor's office. We need to know if it is possible, the information I have found is inconclusive, doesn't state male or female and doesn't give how long "long term" is. Asked by Fidela Parodi 2 years ago.

You would need to check with a medical specialist to find out. Answered by Martin Coppola 2 years ago.


Medication Question (Mental Health)?
My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very... Asked by Effie Thiel 2 years ago.

My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very confused, violent outbursts, little bladder/bowel control, making no sense when speaking, etc) she was acting completely normal until this began about 1 week ago. I think she is on too many meds but the family is resisting making changes to her regimen. Here is her list of meds: Mellaril 25mg 1x day Lithium Carbonate 300mg 2x day Welbutrin 100mg 4x day Benzapril HCL 10mg 1x day Prilosec 20mg 1x day Zytrec 10mg 1x day (for itching from meds) Theragran Vitamin 1x day Osteo Bi-Flex 1x day Synthroid - 100mcg - 1 x day Premarin - .625mg - 1 x day Ibuprofen 200mg every 2-4 hrs for neck pain Albuterol (breathing treatment) 4x day Baclofen 10mg 2x day Davracet 100-650 MGTEV every 4-6 hrs for neck pain Obviously Yahoo Answers is not an authority...I know this. I just need some advice from anyone who knows the implications of all of these medications. I am just desperate to help her and find some answers. Answered by Charis Deluise 2 years ago.

There are newer medications your Grandmother could take instead of the Mellaril and Lithium. See if you can go to her next appointment and discuss with her doctor(s) your concerns and her recent decline. It's nice to see you are thinking about your Grandmother's well being. Good Luck. Answered by Stephen Ferrando 2 years ago.

I suppose a definition of a intellectual wellness limitation perhaps the incapability to "manage it". I do not feel in turning to treatment except it's rather imperative, however I can see that it mostly is. I am cautious of the psychiatric system which sees the ailment in phrases of being a drawback to be resolved with treatment, and favour CBT and different 'speaking' remedies that deal with the quandary as a 'man or woman who's having issues'. Black and white pondering is certainly not as innappropriate as while discussing intellectual wellness problems for my part. Answered by Felecia Snowberger 2 years ago.


WHAT WAS THE DRUG MELLARIL, AND HALDOL USED FOR AS WELL AS COGENTIN...I WAS GIVEN THESE AS A 5 YEAR OLD?
AS WELL AS DEXEDRINE AND VALIUM ...IN 1968 ALSO HALOPERIDOL WHAT WERE THESE DRUGS USED FOR Asked by Velma Filbrardt 2 years ago.

Mellaril and Haldol (brand name of the generic haloperidol) are both powerful antipsychotics with a distinct sedative effect. Valium is a benzodiazapine typically prescribed for anxiety management - it, too, has a powerful sedating effect. The cogentin is given in conjunction with the anti-psychotics to prevent some very serious side effects. The one drug that does not "fit" is the dexedrine - it is a stimulant. However, it is also sometimes used to treat ADD/ADHD. The most likely case scenario for a drug cocktail of this sort is that the physicians at the time suspected that you had childhood schizophrenia. ~M~ Answered by Domenica Tapaoan 2 years ago.

first of haldol and haloperidol are the same medication. Mellaril and haldo are antipsychotics Cogentin is a drug used for the side effects of antipsychotics Dexedrine is a stimulant used mostly for ADHD Valium is for anxiety or agitation Answered by Lesley Proper 2 years ago.

Oh wow. walking around the mall on my own hasn't ever truly been a situation for me, because I merely about continuously merely follow one among my brothers, so i have been walking around the mall with out dad and mom for a lengthy time period, yet nevertheless, the mastercard ingredient is genuinely ridiculous. yet i imagine we are lacking the large factor the following, why are 10 365 days olds procuring in Hollister contained in the first position! even as i became 10, my clothing got here from JC Penny, restricted Too, Sears, Foreman turbines, etc. no longer Hollister, I wasn't even fascinated in Hollister stuff again then. i'm 17, and that i'm nevertheless no longer. Wow, and then the mastercard merely tops all of it off. i wager mom's going to get a reality examine even as she receives her mastercard bill again on the precise of the month! little ones are growing to be up way too quickly. i'm a baby, yet geez. 10 365 days olds with cellphones, and charge playing cards, and makeup, and bikinis, and having sex and whatnot... sickening. ? Answered by Clarita Reekie 2 years ago.

haldol is an antipsychotic just google it and pick a page to look at Answered by Mahalia Mcguyer 2 years ago.


Is mellaril ok to use for my awful anxiety instead of chlorpromazine?
Switching to mellaril want to make sure its ok Asked by Tamie Haydal 2 years ago.

I am not a medical doctor but have taken both Mellaril and Chlorpromazine for psychosis. They are extremely old medications. If you have anxiety there are much more current medications for this. You might look up "Medications for anxiety disorders" under Yahoo! search to find out what is available and discuss them with your doctor. There is also a natural medication for anxiety, Melatonin, which is available without prescription. Both Mellaril and chlorpromazine have bad side effects, chlorpromazine being the worst. Tardive diskonesia sometimes develops which is a parkinsonism like tremor due to nerve damage. I developed it after years of taking the medication trifluoperazine, which is a related drug. Good health, good luck, peace and love! Answered by Winnie Kaczynski 2 years ago.


Can someone tell me how save is the Nardil, Mellaril,and Norpramin medication?
or how danger they could be for an 18-21 young men. and if you could be kind of telling me the streanth and color of the different pills of nardil. I don't ask for the others cause I have knoledge about it. thanks for your help Asked by Forrest Lounds 2 years ago.

Side Effects of Nardil: Some common side effects reported with this medicine include: upset stomach drowsiness weakness or tiredness excitement or anxiety insomnia nightmares dry mouth skin more sensitive to sunlight than usual changes in appetite or weight Excessive fluid retention in the body tissues, resulting in swelling (edema) Life-threatening progressive damage and destruction of the live. Never overdose even a little on this pill! If you miss a dose don't worry just ignore it! Talk to your pharmacist about any of the drugs you are taking, that's why they went to collage. I wouldn't take (mellaril) thioradzine it can lead to sudden death, no kidding! Stick with nardil! I myself also suggest you try mediation for mind, instead of feeding it drugs feed it quiet and peace! Answered by Luisa Skotnicki 2 years ago.


I take mellaril, prozac and seroquel all together, what are the risks of combining these medications?
mellaril 50mg, prozac 80mg, and seroquel 600mg Asked by Adam Farber 2 years ago.

Google DrugDigest. This site will allow you to enter all your medications and obtain medicine as well as food interactions. Answered by Nettie Paratore 2 years ago.

I take Prozac, Seroquel, Lithium, and Risperidal together. I havent had any issues yet back it incredibly is continually ultimate to ask your Phsychiatrist through fact everybody is different and those drugs consequence everybody in yet in any different case. Why did you supply up taking them? You shouldnt merely supply up taking them the two through fact this could make issues worse. Your physique is making an attempt to earnings a stability and that merely throws it off. Answered by Bethann Uehara 2 years ago.

GOING INSANE BEFOR ME>>>lucky you ....stop taking them for a week then take your partner to bed.....HE has no clue as to the unleashing of your soul and the passive agression i only wish i could be a part of.... Answered by Luna Kucek 2 years ago.

geez! thats alot of psych meds! u cant possibly have them all prescribed!there has GOT TO B bad effects from the combo! Answered by Cary Onishi 2 years ago.


Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, mellaril, or cardiazem?
Asked by Keeley Delasbour 2 years ago.

Im not sure...check a pharmacy website ;) Answered by Juliette Dimond 2 years ago.


Does anyone know , how safe is the medication "Mellaril"?
Heard it is hard on the heart , I had a elderly neighbor and elderly friend both lived to be pass 80 yrs old and took the drug? Asked by Franchesca Roby 2 years ago.

I'm sorry I actually don't know that drug, I hope you find your answer, I just could not believe that the so called Dr. would say "you must know a bunch of crazy people that is a serious anti psychotic" I hope she doesnt ever experience an episode. A lot of people have taken different types of mental health medications for different reasons at some point in their lives. Good Luck on finding the information you need. Sorry that I don't have an answer, but I thought I needed to get that off my chest. Answered by Lorena Brigance 2 years ago.

ANY drug's safety will be different for different patients. It depends on the medical history of the patient, concomitant medication usage and allergies/sensitivities. The same drug may work differently in different people. There are precautions listed in the prescribing information: "Hypotension (which is usually orthostatic) may occur, especially in females, the elderly, and in alcoholic patients. The administration of epinephrine should be avoided in the treatment of drug-induced hypotension in view of the fact that phenothiazines may induce a reverse-epinephrine effect. As with other phenothiazines, benign repolarization changes such as prolongation of the Q-T interval, flattening of the T wave and the appearance of a U wave have been reported. These changes are usually confined to high doses and are more likely to occur when potassium blood levels are low. Like all phenothiazines, thioridazine may induce arrhythmias. Sudden and unexplained death, apparently due to arrhythmias or cardiac arrest, has been reported." You must know a bunch of crazy people. That's a serious anti-psychotic. Answered by Lakia Preisner 2 years ago.

Mellaril is very rarely used anymore Haldol or Zyprexa is the choice for the "big-guns" now. Answered by Loyce Babineaux 2 years ago.


Can Thorazine, Mellaril, or Haldol cause long term - permanet infertility in men, after they have been stoped?
-added details- my friend is nearly impossible to get into a doctor's office. We need to know if it is possible, the information I have found is inconclusive, doesn't state male or female and doesn't give how long "long term" is. Asked by Lawerence Kasee 2 years ago.

You would need to check with a medical specialist to find out. Answered by Kaylee Spader 2 years ago.


Medication Question (Mental Health)?
My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very... Asked by Emmett Manikowski 2 years ago.

My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very confused, violent outbursts, little bladder/bowel control, making no sense when speaking, etc) she was acting completely normal until this began about 1 week ago. I think she is on too many meds but the family is resisting making changes to her regimen. Here is her list of meds: Mellaril 25mg 1x day Lithium Carbonate 300mg 2x day Welbutrin 100mg 4x day Benzapril HCL 10mg 1x day Prilosec 20mg 1x day Zytrec 10mg 1x day (for itching from meds) Theragran Vitamin 1x day Osteo Bi-Flex 1x day Synthroid - 100mcg - 1 x day Premarin - .625mg - 1 x day Ibuprofen 200mg every 2-4 hrs for neck pain Albuterol (breathing treatment) 4x day Baclofen 10mg 2x day Davracet 100-650 MGTEV every 4-6 hrs for neck pain Obviously Yahoo Answers is not an authority...I know this. I just need some advice from anyone who knows the implications of all of these medications. I am just desperate to help her and find some answers. Answered by Flavia Mcginnes 2 years ago.

There are newer medications your Grandmother could take instead of the Mellaril and Lithium. See if you can go to her next appointment and discuss with her doctor(s) your concerns and her recent decline. It's nice to see you are thinking about your Grandmother's well being. Good Luck. Answered by Santiago Mckibben 2 years ago.

I suppose a definition of a intellectual wellness limitation perhaps the incapability to "manage it". I do not feel in turning to treatment except it's rather imperative, however I can see that it mostly is. I am cautious of the psychiatric system which sees the ailment in phrases of being a drawback to be resolved with treatment, and favour CBT and different 'speaking' remedies that deal with the quandary as a 'man or woman who's having issues'. Black and white pondering is certainly not as innappropriate as while discussing intellectual wellness problems for my part. Answered by Thelma Beenel 2 years ago.


WHAT WAS THE DRUG MELLARIL, AND HALDOL USED FOR AS WELL AS COGENTIN...I WAS GIVEN THESE AS A 5 YEAR OLD?
AS WELL AS DEXEDRINE AND VALIUM ...IN 1968 ALSO HALOPERIDOL WHAT WERE THESE DRUGS USED FOR Asked by Ahmed Hovsepian 2 years ago.

Mellaril and Haldol (brand name of the generic haloperidol) are both powerful antipsychotics with a distinct sedative effect. Valium is a benzodiazapine typically prescribed for anxiety management - it, too, has a powerful sedating effect. The cogentin is given in conjunction with the anti-psychotics to prevent some very serious side effects. The one drug that does not "fit" is the dexedrine - it is a stimulant. However, it is also sometimes used to treat ADD/ADHD. The most likely case scenario for a drug cocktail of this sort is that the physicians at the time suspected that you had childhood schizophrenia. ~M~ Answered by Laverne Azzaro 2 years ago.

first of haldol and haloperidol are the same medication. Mellaril and haldo are antipsychotics Cogentin is a drug used for the side effects of antipsychotics Dexedrine is a stimulant used mostly for ADHD Valium is for anxiety or agitation Answered by Aracelis Ferraro 2 years ago.

Oh wow. walking around the mall on my own hasn't ever truly been a situation for me, because I merely about continuously merely follow one among my brothers, so i have been walking around the mall with out dad and mom for a lengthy time period, yet nevertheless, the mastercard ingredient is genuinely ridiculous. yet i imagine we are lacking the large factor the following, why are 10 365 days olds procuring in Hollister contained in the first position! even as i became 10, my clothing got here from JC Penny, restricted Too, Sears, Foreman turbines, etc. no longer Hollister, I wasn't even fascinated in Hollister stuff again then. i'm 17, and that i'm nevertheless no longer. Wow, and then the mastercard merely tops all of it off. i wager mom's going to get a reality examine even as she receives her mastercard bill again on the precise of the month! little ones are growing to be up way too quickly. i'm a baby, yet geez. 10 365 days olds with cellphones, and charge playing cards, and makeup, and bikinis, and having sex and whatnot... sickening. ? Answered by Chanda Bronsky 2 years ago.

haldol is an antipsychotic just google it and pick a page to look at Answered by Ernie Robair 2 years ago.


Is mellaril ok to use for my awful anxiety instead of chlorpromazine?
Switching to mellaril want to make sure its ok Asked by Irina Solomen 2 years ago.

I am not a medical doctor but have taken both Mellaril and Chlorpromazine for psychosis. They are extremely old medications. If you have anxiety there are much more current medications for this. You might look up "Medications for anxiety disorders" under Yahoo! search to find out what is available and discuss them with your doctor. There is also a natural medication for anxiety, Melatonin, which is available without prescription. Both Mellaril and chlorpromazine have bad side effects, chlorpromazine being the worst. Tardive diskonesia sometimes develops which is a parkinsonism like tremor due to nerve damage. I developed it after years of taking the medication trifluoperazine, which is a related drug. Good health, good luck, peace and love! Answered by Shoshana Davide 2 years ago.


Can someone tell me how save is the Nardil, Mellaril,and Norpramin medication?
or how danger they could be for an 18-21 young men. and if you could be kind of telling me the streanth and color of the different pills of nardil. I don't ask for the others cause I have knoledge about it. thanks for your help Asked by Madaline Lascola 2 years ago.

Side Effects of Nardil: Some common side effects reported with this medicine include: upset stomach drowsiness weakness or tiredness excitement or anxiety insomnia nightmares dry mouth skin more sensitive to sunlight than usual changes in appetite or weight Excessive fluid retention in the body tissues, resulting in swelling (edema) Life-threatening progressive damage and destruction of the live. Never overdose even a little on this pill! If you miss a dose don't worry just ignore it! Talk to your pharmacist about any of the drugs you are taking, that's why they went to collage. I wouldn't take (mellaril) thioradzine it can lead to sudden death, no kidding! Stick with nardil! I myself also suggest you try mediation for mind, instead of feeding it drugs feed it quiet and peace! Answered by Daniel Gruska 2 years ago.


I take mellaril, prozac and seroquel all together, what are the risks of combining these medications?
mellaril 50mg, prozac 80mg, and seroquel 600mg Asked by Vernie Correy 2 years ago.

Google DrugDigest. This site will allow you to enter all your medications and obtain medicine as well as food interactions. Answered by Buster Cabiness 2 years ago.

I take Prozac, Seroquel, Lithium, and Risperidal together. I havent had any issues yet back it incredibly is continually ultimate to ask your Phsychiatrist through fact everybody is different and those drugs consequence everybody in yet in any different case. Why did you supply up taking them? You shouldnt merely supply up taking them the two through fact this could make issues worse. Your physique is making an attempt to earnings a stability and that merely throws it off. Answered by Elden Pastor 2 years ago.

GOING INSANE BEFOR ME>>>lucky you ....stop taking them for a week then take your partner to bed.....HE has no clue as to the unleashing of your soul and the passive agression i only wish i could be a part of.... Answered by Ira Reager 2 years ago.

geez! thats alot of psych meds! u cant possibly have them all prescribed!there has GOT TO B bad effects from the combo! Answered by Fleta Tadesse 2 years ago.


Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, mellaril, or cardiazem?
Asked by Glennie Bayn 2 years ago.

Im not sure...check a pharmacy website ;) Answered by Lucille Crosley 2 years ago.


Does anyone know , how safe is the medication "Mellaril"?
Heard it is hard on the heart , I had a elderly neighbor and elderly friend both lived to be pass 80 yrs old and took the drug? Asked by Joan Henard 2 years ago.

I'm sorry I actually don't know that drug, I hope you find your answer, I just could not believe that the so called Dr. would say "you must know a bunch of crazy people that is a serious anti psychotic" I hope she doesnt ever experience an episode. A lot of people have taken different types of mental health medications for different reasons at some point in their lives. Good Luck on finding the information you need. Sorry that I don't have an answer, but I thought I needed to get that off my chest. Answered by Larae Kennet 2 years ago.

ANY drug's safety will be different for different patients. It depends on the medical history of the patient, concomitant medication usage and allergies/sensitivities. The same drug may work differently in different people. There are precautions listed in the prescribing information: "Hypotension (which is usually orthostatic) may occur, especially in females, the elderly, and in alcoholic patients. The administration of epinephrine should be avoided in the treatment of drug-induced hypotension in view of the fact that phenothiazines may induce a reverse-epinephrine effect. As with other phenothiazines, benign repolarization changes such as prolongation of the Q-T interval, flattening of the T wave and the appearance of a U wave have been reported. These changes are usually confined to high doses and are more likely to occur when potassium blood levels are low. Like all phenothiazines, thioridazine may induce arrhythmias. Sudden and unexplained death, apparently due to arrhythmias or cardiac arrest, has been reported." You must know a bunch of crazy people. That's a serious anti-psychotic. Answered by Julene Omar 2 years ago.

Mellaril is very rarely used anymore Haldol or Zyprexa is the choice for the "big-guns" now. Answered by Arlyne Eustice 2 years ago.


Can Thorazine, Mellaril, or Haldol cause long term - permanet infertility in men, after they have been stoped?
-added details- my friend is nearly impossible to get into a doctor's office. We need to know if it is possible, the information I have found is inconclusive, doesn't state male or female and doesn't give how long "long term" is. Asked by Joan Beavin 2 years ago.

You would need to check with a medical specialist to find out. Answered by Tonita Oney 2 years ago.


Medication Question (Mental Health)?
My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very... Asked by Thanh Fobbs 2 years ago.

My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very confused, violent outbursts, little bladder/bowel control, making no sense when speaking, etc) she was acting completely normal until this began about 1 week ago. I think she is on too many meds but the family is resisting making changes to her regimen. Here is her list of meds: Mellaril 25mg 1x day Lithium Carbonate 300mg 2x day Welbutrin 100mg 4x day Benzapril HCL 10mg 1x day Prilosec 20mg 1x day Zytrec 10mg 1x day (for itching from meds) Theragran Vitamin 1x day Osteo Bi-Flex 1x day Synthroid - 100mcg - 1 x day Premarin - .625mg - 1 x day Ibuprofen 200mg every 2-4 hrs for neck pain Albuterol (breathing treatment) 4x day Baclofen 10mg 2x day Davracet 100-650 MGTEV every 4-6 hrs for neck pain Obviously Yahoo Answers is not an authority...I know this. I just need some advice from anyone who knows the implications of all of these medications. I am just desperate to help her and find some answers. Answered by Dori Haviland 2 years ago.

There are newer medications your Grandmother could take instead of the Mellaril and Lithium. See if you can go to her next appointment and discuss with her doctor(s) your concerns and her recent decline. It's nice to see you are thinking about your Grandmother's well being. Good Luck. Answered by Chung Goeppner 2 years ago.

I suppose a definition of a intellectual wellness limitation perhaps the incapability to "manage it". I do not feel in turning to treatment except it's rather imperative, however I can see that it mostly is. I am cautious of the psychiatric system which sees the ailment in phrases of being a drawback to be resolved with treatment, and favour CBT and different 'speaking' remedies that deal with the quandary as a 'man or woman who's having issues'. Black and white pondering is certainly not as innappropriate as while discussing intellectual wellness problems for my part. Answered by Shad Versage 2 years ago.


WHAT WAS THE DRUG MELLARIL, AND HALDOL USED FOR AS WELL AS COGENTIN...I WAS GIVEN THESE AS A 5 YEAR OLD?
AS WELL AS DEXEDRINE AND VALIUM ...IN 1968 ALSO HALOPERIDOL WHAT WERE THESE DRUGS USED FOR Asked by Gwenda Rothschild 2 years ago.

Mellaril and Haldol (brand name of the generic haloperidol) are both powerful antipsychotics with a distinct sedative effect. Valium is a benzodiazapine typically prescribed for anxiety management - it, too, has a powerful sedating effect. The cogentin is given in conjunction with the anti-psychotics to prevent some very serious side effects. The one drug that does not "fit" is the dexedrine - it is a stimulant. However, it is also sometimes used to treat ADD/ADHD. The most likely case scenario for a drug cocktail of this sort is that the physicians at the time suspected that you had childhood schizophrenia. ~M~ Answered by Irvin Dimsdale 2 years ago.

first of haldol and haloperidol are the same medication. Mellaril and haldo are antipsychotics Cogentin is a drug used for the side effects of antipsychotics Dexedrine is a stimulant used mostly for ADHD Valium is for anxiety or agitation Answered by Blair Slavick 2 years ago.

Oh wow. walking around the mall on my own hasn't ever truly been a situation for me, because I merely about continuously merely follow one among my brothers, so i have been walking around the mall with out dad and mom for a lengthy time period, yet nevertheless, the mastercard ingredient is genuinely ridiculous. yet i imagine we are lacking the large factor the following, why are 10 365 days olds procuring in Hollister contained in the first position! even as i became 10, my clothing got here from JC Penny, restricted Too, Sears, Foreman turbines, etc. no longer Hollister, I wasn't even fascinated in Hollister stuff again then. i'm 17, and that i'm nevertheless no longer. Wow, and then the mastercard merely tops all of it off. i wager mom's going to get a reality examine even as she receives her mastercard bill again on the precise of the month! little ones are growing to be up way too quickly. i'm a baby, yet geez. 10 365 days olds with cellphones, and charge playing cards, and makeup, and bikinis, and having sex and whatnot... sickening. ? Answered by Carmelia Amon 2 years ago.

haldol is an antipsychotic just google it and pick a page to look at Answered by Booker Witt 2 years ago.


Is mellaril ok to use for my awful anxiety instead of chlorpromazine?
Switching to mellaril want to make sure its ok Asked by Shelton Solymani 2 years ago.

I am not a medical doctor but have taken both Mellaril and Chlorpromazine for psychosis. They are extremely old medications. If you have anxiety there are much more current medications for this. You might look up "Medications for anxiety disorders" under Yahoo! search to find out what is available and discuss them with your doctor. There is also a natural medication for anxiety, Melatonin, which is available without prescription. Both Mellaril and chlorpromazine have bad side effects, chlorpromazine being the worst. Tardive diskonesia sometimes develops which is a parkinsonism like tremor due to nerve damage. I developed it after years of taking the medication trifluoperazine, which is a related drug. Good health, good luck, peace and love! Answered by Jonah Sjolund 2 years ago.


Can someone tell me how save is the Nardil, Mellaril,and Norpramin medication?
or how danger they could be for an 18-21 young men. and if you could be kind of telling me the streanth and color of the different pills of nardil. I don't ask for the others cause I have knoledge about it. thanks for your help Asked by Clyde Tao 2 years ago.

Side Effects of Nardil: Some common side effects reported with this medicine include: upset stomach drowsiness weakness or tiredness excitement or anxiety insomnia nightmares dry mouth skin more sensitive to sunlight than usual changes in appetite or weight Excessive fluid retention in the body tissues, resulting in swelling (edema) Life-threatening progressive damage and destruction of the live. Never overdose even a little on this pill! If you miss a dose don't worry just ignore it! Talk to your pharmacist about any of the drugs you are taking, that's why they went to collage. I wouldn't take (mellaril) thioradzine it can lead to sudden death, no kidding! Stick with nardil! I myself also suggest you try mediation for mind, instead of feeding it drugs feed it quiet and peace! Answered by Maddie Belgard 2 years ago.


I take mellaril, prozac and seroquel all together, what are the risks of combining these medications?
mellaril 50mg, prozac 80mg, and seroquel 600mg Asked by Kathline Petts 2 years ago.

Google DrugDigest. This site will allow you to enter all your medications and obtain medicine as well as food interactions. Answered by Katelynn Whooley 2 years ago.

I take Prozac, Seroquel, Lithium, and Risperidal together. I havent had any issues yet back it incredibly is continually ultimate to ask your Phsychiatrist through fact everybody is different and those drugs consequence everybody in yet in any different case. Why did you supply up taking them? You shouldnt merely supply up taking them the two through fact this could make issues worse. Your physique is making an attempt to earnings a stability and that merely throws it off. Answered by Young Hakes 2 years ago.

GOING INSANE BEFOR ME>>>lucky you ....stop taking them for a week then take your partner to bed.....HE has no clue as to the unleashing of your soul and the passive agression i only wish i could be a part of.... Answered by Trang Kinkead 2 years ago.

geez! thats alot of psych meds! u cant possibly have them all prescribed!there has GOT TO B bad effects from the combo! Answered by Katharine Measom 2 years ago.


Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, mellaril, or cardiazem?
Asked by Renetta Lente 2 years ago.

Im not sure...check a pharmacy website ;) Answered by Sherie Beard 2 years ago.


Does anyone know , how safe is the medication "Mellaril"?
Heard it is hard on the heart , I had a elderly neighbor and elderly friend both lived to be pass 80 yrs old and took the drug? Asked by Eusebia Offill 2 years ago.

I'm sorry I actually don't know that drug, I hope you find your answer, I just could not believe that the so called Dr. would say "you must know a bunch of crazy people that is a serious anti psychotic" I hope she doesnt ever experience an episode. A lot of people have taken different types of mental health medications for different reasons at some point in their lives. Good Luck on finding the information you need. Sorry that I don't have an answer, but I thought I needed to get that off my chest. Answered by Lora Harclerode 2 years ago.

ANY drug's safety will be different for different patients. It depends on the medical history of the patient, concomitant medication usage and allergies/sensitivities. The same drug may work differently in different people. There are precautions listed in the prescribing information: "Hypotension (which is usually orthostatic) may occur, especially in females, the elderly, and in alcoholic patients. The administration of epinephrine should be avoided in the treatment of drug-induced hypotension in view of the fact that phenothiazines may induce a reverse-epinephrine effect. As with other phenothiazines, benign repolarization changes such as prolongation of the Q-T interval, flattening of the T wave and the appearance of a U wave have been reported. These changes are usually confined to high doses and are more likely to occur when potassium blood levels are low. Like all phenothiazines, thioridazine may induce arrhythmias. Sudden and unexplained death, apparently due to arrhythmias or cardiac arrest, has been reported." You must know a bunch of crazy people. That's a serious anti-psychotic. Answered by Audria Yanity 2 years ago.

Mellaril is very rarely used anymore Haldol or Zyprexa is the choice for the "big-guns" now. Answered by Alberta Clague 2 years ago.


Can Thorazine, Mellaril, or Haldol cause long term - permanet infertility in men, after they have been stoped?
-added details- my friend is nearly impossible to get into a doctor's office. We need to know if it is possible, the information I have found is inconclusive, doesn't state male or female and doesn't give how long "long term" is. Asked by Cole Mcduffee 2 years ago.

You would need to check with a medical specialist to find out. Answered by Margaret Noegel 2 years ago.


Medication Question (Mental Health)?
My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very... Asked by Karl Dawsey 2 years ago.

My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very confused, violent outbursts, little bladder/bowel control, making no sense when speaking, etc) she was acting completely normal until this began about 1 week ago. I think she is on too many meds but the family is resisting making changes to her regimen. Here is her list of meds: Mellaril 25mg 1x day Lithium Carbonate 300mg 2x day Welbutrin 100mg 4x day Benzapril HCL 10mg 1x day Prilosec 20mg 1x day Zytrec 10mg 1x day (for itching from meds) Theragran Vitamin 1x day Osteo Bi-Flex 1x day Synthroid - 100mcg - 1 x day Premarin - .625mg - 1 x day Ibuprofen 200mg every 2-4 hrs for neck pain Albuterol (breathing treatment) 4x day Baclofen 10mg 2x day Davracet 100-650 MGTEV every 4-6 hrs for neck pain Obviously Yahoo Answers is not an authority...I know this. I just need some advice from anyone who knows the implications of all of these medications. I am just desperate to help her and find some answers. Answered by Lera Bettley 2 years ago.

There are newer medications your Grandmother could take instead of the Mellaril and Lithium. See if you can go to her next appointment and discuss with her doctor(s) your concerns and her recent decline. It's nice to see you are thinking about your Grandmother's well being. Good Luck. Answered by Von Marsingill 2 years ago.

I suppose a definition of a intellectual wellness limitation perhaps the incapability to "manage it". I do not feel in turning to treatment except it's rather imperative, however I can see that it mostly is. I am cautious of the psychiatric system which sees the ailment in phrases of being a drawback to be resolved with treatment, and favour CBT and different 'speaking' remedies that deal with the quandary as a 'man or woman who's having issues'. Black and white pondering is certainly not as innappropriate as while discussing intellectual wellness problems for my part. Answered by Georgette Incorvaia 2 years ago.


WHAT WAS THE DRUG MELLARIL, AND HALDOL USED FOR AS WELL AS COGENTIN...I WAS GIVEN THESE AS A 5 YEAR OLD?
AS WELL AS DEXEDRINE AND VALIUM ...IN 1968 ALSO HALOPERIDOL WHAT WERE THESE DRUGS USED FOR Asked by Rutha Schmiel 2 years ago.

Mellaril and Haldol (brand name of the generic haloperidol) are both powerful antipsychotics with a distinct sedative effect. Valium is a benzodiazapine typically prescribed for anxiety management - it, too, has a powerful sedating effect. The cogentin is given in conjunction with the anti-psychotics to prevent some very serious side effects. The one drug that does not "fit" is the dexedrine - it is a stimulant. However, it is also sometimes used to treat ADD/ADHD. The most likely case scenario for a drug cocktail of this sort is that the physicians at the time suspected that you had childhood schizophrenia. ~M~ Answered by Lemuel Mudrick 2 years ago.

first of haldol and haloperidol are the same medication. Mellaril and haldo are antipsychotics Cogentin is a drug used for the side effects of antipsychotics Dexedrine is a stimulant used mostly for ADHD Valium is for anxiety or agitation Answered by Jennefer Abdin 2 years ago.

Oh wow. walking around the mall on my own hasn't ever truly been a situation for me, because I merely about continuously merely follow one among my brothers, so i have been walking around the mall with out dad and mom for a lengthy time period, yet nevertheless, the mastercard ingredient is genuinely ridiculous. yet i imagine we are lacking the large factor the following, why are 10 365 days olds procuring in Hollister contained in the first position! even as i became 10, my clothing got here from JC Penny, restricted Too, Sears, Foreman turbines, etc. no longer Hollister, I wasn't even fascinated in Hollister stuff again then. i'm 17, and that i'm nevertheless no longer. Wow, and then the mastercard merely tops all of it off. i wager mom's going to get a reality examine even as she receives her mastercard bill again on the precise of the month! little ones are growing to be up way too quickly. i'm a baby, yet geez. 10 365 days olds with cellphones, and charge playing cards, and makeup, and bikinis, and having sex and whatnot... sickening. ? Answered by Stefany Debro 2 years ago.

haldol is an antipsychotic just google it and pick a page to look at Answered by Pasquale Foth 2 years ago.


Is mellaril ok to use for my awful anxiety instead of chlorpromazine?
Switching to mellaril want to make sure its ok Asked by Irwin Bommarito 2 years ago.

I am not a medical doctor but have taken both Mellaril and Chlorpromazine for psychosis. They are extremely old medications. If you have anxiety there are much more current medications for this. You might look up "Medications for anxiety disorders" under Yahoo! search to find out what is available and discuss them with your doctor. There is also a natural medication for anxiety, Melatonin, which is available without prescription. Both Mellaril and chlorpromazine have bad side effects, chlorpromazine being the worst. Tardive diskonesia sometimes develops which is a parkinsonism like tremor due to nerve damage. I developed it after years of taking the medication trifluoperazine, which is a related drug. Good health, good luck, peace and love! Answered by Micha Belling 2 years ago.


Can someone tell me how save is the Nardil, Mellaril,and Norpramin medication?
or how danger they could be for an 18-21 young men. and if you could be kind of telling me the streanth and color of the different pills of nardil. I don't ask for the others cause I have knoledge about it. thanks for your help Asked by Regenia Mayhall 2 years ago.

Side Effects of Nardil: Some common side effects reported with this medicine include: upset stomach drowsiness weakness or tiredness excitement or anxiety insomnia nightmares dry mouth skin more sensitive to sunlight than usual changes in appetite or weight Excessive fluid retention in the body tissues, resulting in swelling (edema) Life-threatening progressive damage and destruction of the live. Never overdose even a little on this pill! If you miss a dose don't worry just ignore it! Talk to your pharmacist about any of the drugs you are taking, that's why they went to collage. I wouldn't take (mellaril) thioradzine it can lead to sudden death, no kidding! Stick with nardil! I myself also suggest you try mediation for mind, instead of feeding it drugs feed it quiet and peace! Answered by Zetta Ballestas 2 years ago.


I take mellaril, prozac and seroquel all together, what are the risks of combining these medications?
mellaril 50mg, prozac 80mg, and seroquel 600mg Asked by Ermelinda Walker 2 years ago.

Google DrugDigest. This site will allow you to enter all your medications and obtain medicine as well as food interactions. Answered by Halley Gianotti 2 years ago.

I take Prozac, Seroquel, Lithium, and Risperidal together. I havent had any issues yet back it incredibly is continually ultimate to ask your Phsychiatrist through fact everybody is different and those drugs consequence everybody in yet in any different case. Why did you supply up taking them? You shouldnt merely supply up taking them the two through fact this could make issues worse. Your physique is making an attempt to earnings a stability and that merely throws it off. Answered by Vanetta Tegethoff 2 years ago.

GOING INSANE BEFOR ME>>>lucky you ....stop taking them for a week then take your partner to bed.....HE has no clue as to the unleashing of your soul and the passive agression i only wish i could be a part of.... Answered by Bettyann Gerczak 2 years ago.

geez! thats alot of psych meds! u cant possibly have them all prescribed!there has GOT TO B bad effects from the combo! Answered by Porter Davila 2 years ago.


Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, mellaril, or cardiazem?
Asked by Tamera Kalmus 2 years ago.

Im not sure...check a pharmacy website ;) Answered by Creola Ruffell 2 years ago.


Does anyone know , how safe is the medication "Mellaril"?
Heard it is hard on the heart , I had a elderly neighbor and elderly friend both lived to be pass 80 yrs old and took the drug? Asked by Kandace Yarbrough 2 years ago.

I'm sorry I actually don't know that drug, I hope you find your answer, I just could not believe that the so called Dr. would say "you must know a bunch of crazy people that is a serious anti psychotic" I hope she doesnt ever experience an episode. A lot of people have taken different types of mental health medications for different reasons at some point in their lives. Good Luck on finding the information you need. Sorry that I don't have an answer, but I thought I needed to get that off my chest. Answered by Mercedes Soyars 2 years ago.

ANY drug's safety will be different for different patients. It depends on the medical history of the patient, concomitant medication usage and allergies/sensitivities. The same drug may work differently in different people. There are precautions listed in the prescribing information: "Hypotension (which is usually orthostatic) may occur, especially in females, the elderly, and in alcoholic patients. The administration of epinephrine should be avoided in the treatment of drug-induced hypotension in view of the fact that phenothiazines may induce a reverse-epinephrine effect. As with other phenothiazines, benign repolarization changes such as prolongation of the Q-T interval, flattening of the T wave and the appearance of a U wave have been reported. These changes are usually confined to high doses and are more likely to occur when potassium blood levels are low. Like all phenothiazines, thioridazine may induce arrhythmias. Sudden and unexplained death, apparently due to arrhythmias or cardiac arrest, has been reported." You must know a bunch of crazy people. That's a serious anti-psychotic. Answered by Martin Sonner 2 years ago.

Mellaril is very rarely used anymore Haldol or Zyprexa is the choice for the "big-guns" now. Answered by Nicki Montiero 2 years ago.


Can Thorazine, Mellaril, or Haldol cause long term - permanet infertility in men, after they have been stoped?
-added details- my friend is nearly impossible to get into a doctor's office. We need to know if it is possible, the information I have found is inconclusive, doesn't state male or female and doesn't give how long "long term" is. Asked by Ismael Armintrout 2 years ago.

You would need to check with a medical specialist to find out. Answered by Marg Veno 2 years ago.


Medication Question (Mental Health)?
My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very... Asked by Kevin Conkrite 2 years ago.

My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very confused, violent outbursts, little bladder/bowel control, making no sense when speaking, etc) she was acting completely normal until this began about 1 week ago. I think she is on too many meds but the family is resisting making changes to her regimen. Here is her list of meds: Mellaril 25mg 1x day Lithium Carbonate 300mg 2x day Welbutrin 100mg 4x day Benzapril HCL 10mg 1x day Prilosec 20mg 1x day Zytrec 10mg 1x day (for itching from meds) Theragran Vitamin 1x day Osteo Bi-Flex 1x day Synthroid - 100mcg - 1 x day Premarin - .625mg - 1 x day Ibuprofen 200mg every 2-4 hrs for neck pain Albuterol (breathing treatment) 4x day Baclofen 10mg 2x day Davracet 100-650 MGTEV every 4-6 hrs for neck pain Obviously Yahoo Answers is not an authority...I know this. I just need some advice from anyone who knows the implications of all of these medications. I am just desperate to help her and find some answers. Answered by Cleo Schalk 2 years ago.

There are newer medications your Grandmother could take instead of the Mellaril and Lithium. See if you can go to her next appointment and discuss with her doctor(s) your concerns and her recent decline. It's nice to see you are thinking about your Grandmother's well being. Good Luck. Answered by Cherish Bobino 2 years ago.

I suppose a definition of a intellectual wellness limitation perhaps the incapability to "manage it". I do not feel in turning to treatment except it's rather imperative, however I can see that it mostly is. I am cautious of the psychiatric system which sees the ailment in phrases of being a drawback to be resolved with treatment, and favour CBT and different 'speaking' remedies that deal with the quandary as a 'man or woman who's having issues'. Black and white pondering is certainly not as innappropriate as while discussing intellectual wellness problems for my part. Answered by Jennifer Faulkingham 2 years ago.


WHAT WAS THE DRUG MELLARIL, AND HALDOL USED FOR AS WELL AS COGENTIN...I WAS GIVEN THESE AS A 5 YEAR OLD?
AS WELL AS DEXEDRINE AND VALIUM ...IN 1968 ALSO HALOPERIDOL WHAT WERE THESE DRUGS USED FOR Asked by Tracy Fonteboa 2 years ago.

Mellaril and Haldol (brand name of the generic haloperidol) are both powerful antipsychotics with a distinct sedative effect. Valium is a benzodiazapine typically prescribed for anxiety management - it, too, has a powerful sedating effect. The cogentin is given in conjunction with the anti-psychotics to prevent some very serious side effects. The one drug that does not "fit" is the dexedrine - it is a stimulant. However, it is also sometimes used to treat ADD/ADHD. The most likely case scenario for a drug cocktail of this sort is that the physicians at the time suspected that you had childhood schizophrenia. ~M~ Answered by Samatha Mimozo 2 years ago.

first of haldol and haloperidol are the same medication. Mellaril and haldo are antipsychotics Cogentin is a drug used for the side effects of antipsychotics Dexedrine is a stimulant used mostly for ADHD Valium is for anxiety or agitation Answered by Luis Schaupp 2 years ago.

Oh wow. walking around the mall on my own hasn't ever truly been a situation for me, because I merely about continuously merely follow one among my brothers, so i have been walking around the mall with out dad and mom for a lengthy time period, yet nevertheless, the mastercard ingredient is genuinely ridiculous. yet i imagine we are lacking the large factor the following, why are 10 365 days olds procuring in Hollister contained in the first position! even as i became 10, my clothing got here from JC Penny, restricted Too, Sears, Foreman turbines, etc. no longer Hollister, I wasn't even fascinated in Hollister stuff again then. i'm 17, and that i'm nevertheless no longer. Wow, and then the mastercard merely tops all of it off. i wager mom's going to get a reality examine even as she receives her mastercard bill again on the precise of the month! little ones are growing to be up way too quickly. i'm a baby, yet geez. 10 365 days olds with cellphones, and charge playing cards, and makeup, and bikinis, and having sex and whatnot... sickening. ? Answered by Judie Lauthern 2 years ago.

haldol is an antipsychotic just google it and pick a page to look at Answered by Magali Littlepage 2 years ago.


Is mellaril ok to use for my awful anxiety instead of chlorpromazine?
Switching to mellaril want to make sure its ok Asked by Raeann Jolly 2 years ago.

I am not a medical doctor but have taken both Mellaril and Chlorpromazine for psychosis. They are extremely old medications. If you have anxiety there are much more current medications for this. You might look up "Medications for anxiety disorders" under Yahoo! search to find out what is available and discuss them with your doctor. There is also a natural medication for anxiety, Melatonin, which is available without prescription. Both Mellaril and chlorpromazine have bad side effects, chlorpromazine being the worst. Tardive diskonesia sometimes develops which is a parkinsonism like tremor due to nerve damage. I developed it after years of taking the medication trifluoperazine, which is a related drug. Good health, good luck, peace and love! Answered by Brady Oatfield 2 years ago.


Can someone tell me how save is the Nardil, Mellaril,and Norpramin medication?
or how danger they could be for an 18-21 young men. and if you could be kind of telling me the streanth and color of the different pills of nardil. I don't ask for the others cause I have knoledge about it. thanks for your help Asked by Davis Cabriales 2 years ago.

Side Effects of Nardil: Some common side effects reported with this medicine include: upset stomach drowsiness weakness or tiredness excitement or anxiety insomnia nightmares dry mouth skin more sensitive to sunlight than usual changes in appetite or weight Excessive fluid retention in the body tissues, resulting in swelling (edema) Life-threatening progressive damage and destruction of the live. Never overdose even a little on this pill! If you miss a dose don't worry just ignore it! Talk to your pharmacist about any of the drugs you are taking, that's why they went to collage. I wouldn't take (mellaril) thioradzine it can lead to sudden death, no kidding! Stick with nardil! I myself also suggest you try mediation for mind, instead of feeding it drugs feed it quiet and peace! Answered by Marjory Esary 2 years ago.


I take mellaril, prozac and seroquel all together, what are the risks of combining these medications?
mellaril 50mg, prozac 80mg, and seroquel 600mg Asked by Trinidad Klatte 2 years ago.

Google DrugDigest. This site will allow you to enter all your medications and obtain medicine as well as food interactions. Answered by Broderick Wehrs 2 years ago.

I take Prozac, Seroquel, Lithium, and Risperidal together. I havent had any issues yet back it incredibly is continually ultimate to ask your Phsychiatrist through fact everybody is different and those drugs consequence everybody in yet in any different case. Why did you supply up taking them? You shouldnt merely supply up taking them the two through fact this could make issues worse. Your physique is making an attempt to earnings a stability and that merely throws it off. Answered by Ollie Saner 2 years ago.

GOING INSANE BEFOR ME>>>lucky you ....stop taking them for a week then take your partner to bed.....HE has no clue as to the unleashing of your soul and the passive agression i only wish i could be a part of.... Answered by Earl Heasley 2 years ago.

geez! thats alot of psych meds! u cant possibly have them all prescribed!there has GOT TO B bad effects from the combo! Answered by Shawanda Stalter 2 years ago.


Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, mellaril, or cardiazem?
Asked by Robbie Laquay 2 years ago.

Im not sure...check a pharmacy website ;) Answered by Analisa Hobday 2 years ago.


Does anyone know , how safe is the medication "Mellaril"?
Heard it is hard on the heart , I had a elderly neighbor and elderly friend both lived to be pass 80 yrs old and took the drug? Asked by Zenia Dorrough 2 years ago.

I'm sorry I actually don't know that drug, I hope you find your answer, I just could not believe that the so called Dr. would say "you must know a bunch of crazy people that is a serious anti psychotic" I hope she doesnt ever experience an episode. A lot of people have taken different types of mental health medications for different reasons at some point in their lives. Good Luck on finding the information you need. Sorry that I don't have an answer, but I thought I needed to get that off my chest. Answered by Aubrey Esbenshade 2 years ago.

ANY drug's safety will be different for different patients. It depends on the medical history of the patient, concomitant medication usage and allergies/sensitivities. The same drug may work differently in different people. There are precautions listed in the prescribing information: "Hypotension (which is usually orthostatic) may occur, especially in females, the elderly, and in alcoholic patients. The administration of epinephrine should be avoided in the treatment of drug-induced hypotension in view of the fact that phenothiazines may induce a reverse-epinephrine effect. As with other phenothiazines, benign repolarization changes such as prolongation of the Q-T interval, flattening of the T wave and the appearance of a U wave have been reported. These changes are usually confined to high doses and are more likely to occur when potassium blood levels are low. Like all phenothiazines, thioridazine may induce arrhythmias. Sudden and unexplained death, apparently due to arrhythmias or cardiac arrest, has been reported." You must know a bunch of crazy people. That's a serious anti-psychotic. Answered by Albert Trivette 2 years ago.

Mellaril is very rarely used anymore Haldol or Zyprexa is the choice for the "big-guns" now. Answered by Lurlene Buszak 2 years ago.


Can Thorazine, Mellaril, or Haldol cause long term - permanet infertility in men, after they have been stoped?
-added details- my friend is nearly impossible to get into a doctor's office. We need to know if it is possible, the information I have found is inconclusive, doesn't state male or female and doesn't give how long "long term" is. Asked by Jade Dohrman 2 years ago.

You would need to check with a medical specialist to find out. Answered by Isadora Winkelbauer 2 years ago.


Medication Question (Mental Health)?
My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very... Asked by Karen Stagno 2 years ago.

My grandmother is on ALOT of medication. 30 years ago (at age 47) she had several nervous breakdowns and was diagnosed as Manic Depressive, Paranoid Schizophrenic. She has been on several medications since, that do allow her to live a normal life. She has recently taken a serious nose-dive (hallucinating, very confused, violent outbursts, little bladder/bowel control, making no sense when speaking, etc) she was acting completely normal until this began about 1 week ago. I think she is on too many meds but the family is resisting making changes to her regimen. Here is her list of meds: Mellaril 25mg 1x day Lithium Carbonate 300mg 2x day Welbutrin 100mg 4x day Benzapril HCL 10mg 1x day Prilosec 20mg 1x day Zytrec 10mg 1x day (for itching from meds) Theragran Vitamin 1x day Osteo Bi-Flex 1x day Synthroid - 100mcg - 1 x day Premarin - .625mg - 1 x day Ibuprofen 200mg every 2-4 hrs for neck pain Albuterol (breathing treatment) 4x day Baclofen 10mg 2x day Davracet 100-650 MGTEV every 4-6 hrs for neck pain Obviously Yahoo Answers is not an authority...I know this. I just need some advice from anyone who knows the implications of all of these medications. I am just desperate to help her and find some answers. Answered by Darin Blommel 2 years ago.

There are newer medications your Grandmother could take instead of the Mellaril and Lithium. See if you can go to her next appointment and discuss with her doctor(s) your concerns and her recent decline. It's nice to see you are thinking about your Grandmother's well being. Good Luck. Answered by Kizzie Antoine 2 years ago.

I suppose a definition of a intellectual wellness limitation perhaps the incapability to "manage it". I do not feel in turning to treatment except it's rather imperative, however I can see that it mostly is. I am cautious of the psychiatric system which sees the ailment in phrases of being a drawback to be resolved with treatment, and favour CBT and different 'speaking' remedies that deal with the quandary as a 'man or woman who's having issues'. Black and white pondering is certainly not as innappropriate as while discussing intellectual wellness problems for my part. Answered by Gilberte Beene 2 years ago.


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