Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 016584/001.

Names and composition

"NAVANE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of THIOTHIXENE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016584/001 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 1MG
016584/002 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 2MG
016584/003 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 5MG
016584/004 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
016584/005 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 20MG
016758/001 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE HYDROCHLORIDE CONCENTRATE/ORAL EQ 5MG BASE per ML
016904/001 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION EQ 2MG BASE per ML
016904/002 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION EQ 10MG BASE per VIAL

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016584/001 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 1MG
016584/002 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 2MG
016584/003 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 5MG
016584/004 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
016584/005 NAVANE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 20MG
070600/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 1MG
070601/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 2MG
070602/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 5MG
070603/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
071093/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
071093/002 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 1MG
071093/003 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 2MG
071093/004 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 5MG
071529/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 5MG
071529/002 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 1MG
071529/003 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 2MG
071529/004 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
071530/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
071626/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 2MG
071627/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 5MG
071628/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
071884/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 1MG
071885/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 2MG
071886/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 5MG
071887/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
072200/001 THIOTHIXENE THIOTHIXENE CAPSULE/ORAL 20MG

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Answered questions

Is Navane good for sleep?
My doctor just prescribed me Navane for sleep. Is it any good? I don't have many choices of medications I can take for sleep for many different reasons.. I've tried everything except the really good stuff.. I can't take the really good stuff because I'm a recovering drug addict. Asked by Walter Spartichino 2 years ago.

Umm...that's not a hypnotic, that's an antipsychotic. If you can't sleep because the voices won't stop then navane is a good option. Answered by Kathlyn Ando 2 years ago.


How long it take?
ooppss ment to say how long will it take Asked by Soon Winn 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 6 milligrams, divided into doses of 2 milligrams and taken 3 times a day. Your doctor may increase the dose to a total of 15 milligrams a day. For More Severe Conditions- The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 10 milligrams, taken in 2 doses of 5 milligrams each. Your doctor may increase this dose to a total of 60 milligrams a day. Taking more than 60 milligrams a day rarely increases the benefits of Navane. You should notice a difference right away. Answered by Napoleon Letendre 2 years ago.

anti schizophrenia drugs can take from 2 weeks -6 weeks before they start to work.once they start working you will be a new person,good luck you have a lot to look forward too in your life ahead Answered by Bobbye Fitten 2 years ago.

IT SHOULD TAKE A FEW DAYS TO GET IN YOUR SYSTEM BUT FOR IT TO FULLY WORK MORE LIKE 2-6 WEEKS. Answered by Chong Feltman 2 years ago.


New medicane,?
anyone ever heard of navane. what is it for . Asked by Milda Berey 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. Answered by Temika Ardry 2 years ago.


What is Navane/Thiothixene usually used for?
Asked by Elroy Lockery 2 years ago.

Hi. I hope you visit wiki and read for yourself. Only approved in United States makes me skeptical for use of anything. I guess it is Pfizer's gain? Answered by Weston Maratos 2 years ago.


Is light sensitivity from antipyschotic navane permanent?
??? I am getting off of it tomorrow Asked by Myrle Davolt 2 years ago.

It is not permanent and will stop in a short time after stopping the medication. I hope that your doctor is slowly weaning you off of it to avoid any withdrawal effects. You never want to abruptly stop these medications. Answered by Francis Modglin 2 years ago.

You need to either ask your doctor who prescribed this medication. If you are unable to ask, then go on the computer and google the medication along with what the side effects are. Your statement on google could read something like this, "Navane and its side effects." You can obtain a great deal of information about the drug, Navane, and just what side effects you might experience while on the medication and going off of the medication. You can also ask a pharmacist and he/she will be able to tell you just what information you need to know. The best person to ask, though, is the doctor who prescribed it. He/she is more familiar with you and the possible side effects you might experience as you go off this medication. Answered by Ngan Hinote 2 years ago.

I've heard that it's not, because I once knew someone who had that problem. It eventually went away though, from what I heard. Answered by Merrill Brearley 2 years ago.


Help! Anyone with experience with Navane withdrawal? ?
I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help... Asked by Janel Slinger 2 years ago.

I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help if you can give me some direction! Web-sites are very careful -of course- about what they say about drugs and therapies...Please leave some threads for me to research further if you can. I am concerned to say the least. Answered by Hellen Haltiwanger 2 years ago.

How long has she been off of it it might be wise for her to have her doctor to watch her it is a first Generation drug that might be why your having trouble finding any thing on it Answered by Raylene Drelick 2 years ago.

sorry, I have never dealt with that particular drug before......but I have witnessed others try to deal with weaning themselves of prescription drugs.......and just going cold turkey can be as bad, or even worse sometimes. I have a relative on a myriad of drugs, seeing a Prescription specialist, as they try one drug after another on her, searching for the right one, for her. She has gone thru hell and back as some have backfired, had adverse effects, side effects......the OPPOSITE effect....you name it. Good luck with your sister. Answered by Ollie Cearley 2 years ago.


Does taking bipolar medication change a person's personality a bit?
I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel... Asked by Barbar Shaeffer 2 years ago.

I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel like a lazy bum. Could it be the side effects of the medication? Because it makes me extremely sleepy and tired all the time. But for those with bipolar do you think it slightly changed your personality a bit too? And how? Answered by Rufina Sentinella 2 years ago.

Yes, Navane and trileptal can cause mood and personality changes. Thiothixene (navane). Navane is a potent antipsychotic for schizophrenia and can cause changes in personality and mood. It causes drowsiness. Navane can be affected by many prescription and non prescription products including vitamins, nutritional supplements, antihistamines, alcohol, carbamazepines, narcotics, sedatives, St John's Wort, and many more. Trileptal (oxcarbazepine) is an anti-epileptic which decreases electrical activity in the brain and can also cause drowsiness, slowed movement and thoughts, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, mood swings, and unexpected changes in mental health. Vitamins, nutritional supplements, birth control, water pills (diuretics) herbal products and many other prescription and non-prescription products can affect trileptal. 1 in 500 people become suicidal. You need to read the med guide that comes from the pharmacy with every prescription you pick up. Answered by Delpha Bonsey 2 years ago.

Taking medication always has side effects. But they don't change you as a person. It's not that you're lazy or a different person, its just maybe you're not experiencing as many manic episodes as you used to or even something very common: the medications cause drowsiness and a lack of energy. All it means is that it may or may not be the right medication for you. If I were you, I'd tell the doctor that gave you the navane and trileptal, the side effects you are experiencing and he or she will change the dose or switch the medication entirely. Once you switch the medications, the side effects will fade. So I would speak with your doctor and tell him how you're feeling. What you are experiencing are very common side effects with medications. Answered by Karri Ibale 2 years ago.

It's likely a side effect of your medication, so you should talk to your doctor about it. I don't feel that bipolar has changed my personality any. The mood stabilizers help keep my moods somewhat evened out, but my actual personality hasn't changed at all. Answered by Michelle Cantu 2 years ago.


Can you get high off of navane (thiothxenne)?
They prescribed it too my friend and she needs to know before she takes it because she is scareed. Asked by Miriam Orban 2 years ago.

no its just like my schizophrenis medication prolixim an antipysoctic the side effects are sometimes bad tardive dyskinesia uncontrolled muscle spasms i work my jaw and my leg shakes and i cannot stop it each person is different it wont get you high if you try to od on it you will go to sleep but not die i took 40 at once sleep for two days and was fine but it controls our disease one good thing is that in the states where they have medical marijuana you qualify and you qualify for full disability under social security depends on your taxes {how much youve paid in} as to how much you qualify for 674 a month is the least Answered by Yvone Legato 2 years ago.

Navane can get you high if you stay awake for 24 hrs. and then take some Answered by Dalene Tencer 2 years ago.


Is Navane good for sleep?
My doctor just prescribed me Navane for sleep. Is it any good? I don't have many choices of medications I can take for sleep for many different reasons.. I've tried everything except the really good stuff.. I can't take the really good stuff because I'm a recovering drug addict. Asked by Giovanni Henkel 2 years ago.

Umm...that's not a hypnotic, that's an antipsychotic. If you can't sleep because the voices won't stop then navane is a good option. Answered by Sherrell Galietti 2 years ago.


How long it take?
ooppss ment to say how long will it take Asked by Kimbra Acocella 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 6 milligrams, divided into doses of 2 milligrams and taken 3 times a day. Your doctor may increase the dose to a total of 15 milligrams a day. For More Severe Conditions- The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 10 milligrams, taken in 2 doses of 5 milligrams each. Your doctor may increase this dose to a total of 60 milligrams a day. Taking more than 60 milligrams a day rarely increases the benefits of Navane. You should notice a difference right away. Answered by Zenia Govia 2 years ago.

anti schizophrenia drugs can take from 2 weeks -6 weeks before they start to work.once they start working you will be a new person,good luck you have a lot to look forward too in your life ahead Answered by Deena Isais 2 years ago.

IT SHOULD TAKE A FEW DAYS TO GET IN YOUR SYSTEM BUT FOR IT TO FULLY WORK MORE LIKE 2-6 WEEKS. Answered by Tessa Kubasik 2 years ago.


New medicane,?
anyone ever heard of navane. what is it for . Asked by Anh Spitzer 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. Answered by Ahmed Durando 2 years ago.


What is Navane/Thiothixene usually used for?
Asked by Verdell Behrmann 2 years ago.

Hi. I hope you visit wiki and read for yourself. Only approved in United States makes me skeptical for use of anything. I guess it is Pfizer's gain? Answered by Xiomara Pomfret 2 years ago.


Is light sensitivity from antipyschotic navane permanent?
??? I am getting off of it tomorrow Asked by Kristan Arroyano 2 years ago.

It is not permanent and will stop in a short time after stopping the medication. I hope that your doctor is slowly weaning you off of it to avoid any withdrawal effects. You never want to abruptly stop these medications. Answered by Timmy Mammoccio 2 years ago.

You need to either ask your doctor who prescribed this medication. If you are unable to ask, then go on the computer and google the medication along with what the side effects are. Your statement on google could read something like this, "Navane and its side effects." You can obtain a great deal of information about the drug, Navane, and just what side effects you might experience while on the medication and going off of the medication. You can also ask a pharmacist and he/she will be able to tell you just what information you need to know. The best person to ask, though, is the doctor who prescribed it. He/she is more familiar with you and the possible side effects you might experience as you go off this medication. Answered by Nelle Sessums 2 years ago.

I've heard that it's not, because I once knew someone who had that problem. It eventually went away though, from what I heard. Answered by Breana Semas 2 years ago.


Help! Anyone with experience with Navane withdrawal? ?
I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help... Asked by Sung Lederman 2 years ago.

I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help if you can give me some direction! Web-sites are very careful -of course- about what they say about drugs and therapies...Please leave some threads for me to research further if you can. I am concerned to say the least. Answered by Rafael Vizza 2 years ago.

How long has she been off of it it might be wise for her to have her doctor to watch her it is a first Generation drug that might be why your having trouble finding any thing on it Answered by Margery Khalaf 2 years ago.

sorry, I have never dealt with that particular drug before......but I have witnessed others try to deal with weaning themselves of prescription drugs.......and just going cold turkey can be as bad, or even worse sometimes. I have a relative on a myriad of drugs, seeing a Prescription specialist, as they try one drug after another on her, searching for the right one, for her. She has gone thru hell and back as some have backfired, had adverse effects, side effects......the OPPOSITE effect....you name it. Good luck with your sister. Answered by Annabelle Klevene 2 years ago.


Does taking bipolar medication change a person's personality a bit?
I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel... Asked by Oren Crutsinger 2 years ago.

I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel like a lazy bum. Could it be the side effects of the medication? Because it makes me extremely sleepy and tired all the time. But for those with bipolar do you think it slightly changed your personality a bit too? And how? Answered by Eunice Lallave 2 years ago.

Yes, Navane and trileptal can cause mood and personality changes. Thiothixene (navane). Navane is a potent antipsychotic for schizophrenia and can cause changes in personality and mood. It causes drowsiness. Navane can be affected by many prescription and non prescription products including vitamins, nutritional supplements, antihistamines, alcohol, carbamazepines, narcotics, sedatives, St John's Wort, and many more. Trileptal (oxcarbazepine) is an anti-epileptic which decreases electrical activity in the brain and can also cause drowsiness, slowed movement and thoughts, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, mood swings, and unexpected changes in mental health. Vitamins, nutritional supplements, birth control, water pills (diuretics) herbal products and many other prescription and non-prescription products can affect trileptal. 1 in 500 people become suicidal. You need to read the med guide that comes from the pharmacy with every prescription you pick up. Answered by Andrea Keinonen 2 years ago.

Taking medication always has side effects. But they don't change you as a person. It's not that you're lazy or a different person, its just maybe you're not experiencing as many manic episodes as you used to or even something very common: the medications cause drowsiness and a lack of energy. All it means is that it may or may not be the right medication for you. If I were you, I'd tell the doctor that gave you the navane and trileptal, the side effects you are experiencing and he or she will change the dose or switch the medication entirely. Once you switch the medications, the side effects will fade. So I would speak with your doctor and tell him how you're feeling. What you are experiencing are very common side effects with medications. Answered by Chery Harthun 2 years ago.

It's likely a side effect of your medication, so you should talk to your doctor about it. I don't feel that bipolar has changed my personality any. The mood stabilizers help keep my moods somewhat evened out, but my actual personality hasn't changed at all. Answered by Corrina Boender 2 years ago.


Can you get high off of navane (thiothxenne)?
They prescribed it too my friend and she needs to know before she takes it because she is scareed. Asked by Patricia Brignoni 2 years ago.

no its just like my schizophrenis medication prolixim an antipysoctic the side effects are sometimes bad tardive dyskinesia uncontrolled muscle spasms i work my jaw and my leg shakes and i cannot stop it each person is different it wont get you high if you try to od on it you will go to sleep but not die i took 40 at once sleep for two days and was fine but it controls our disease one good thing is that in the states where they have medical marijuana you qualify and you qualify for full disability under social security depends on your taxes {how much youve paid in} as to how much you qualify for 674 a month is the least Answered by Marcy Prayer 2 years ago.

Navane can get you high if you stay awake for 24 hrs. and then take some Answered by Ula Koskela 2 years ago.


Is Navane good for sleep?
My doctor just prescribed me Navane for sleep. Is it any good? I don't have many choices of medications I can take for sleep for many different reasons.. I've tried everything except the really good stuff.. I can't take the really good stuff because I'm a recovering drug addict. Asked by Bula Henkensiefken 2 years ago.

Umm...that's not a hypnotic, that's an antipsychotic. If you can't sleep because the voices won't stop then navane is a good option. Answered by Kerri Gremler 2 years ago.


How long it take?
ooppss ment to say how long will it take Asked by Leonora Schul 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 6 milligrams, divided into doses of 2 milligrams and taken 3 times a day. Your doctor may increase the dose to a total of 15 milligrams a day. For More Severe Conditions- The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 10 milligrams, taken in 2 doses of 5 milligrams each. Your doctor may increase this dose to a total of 60 milligrams a day. Taking more than 60 milligrams a day rarely increases the benefits of Navane. You should notice a difference right away. Answered by Angelic Korthauer 2 years ago.

anti schizophrenia drugs can take from 2 weeks -6 weeks before they start to work.once they start working you will be a new person,good luck you have a lot to look forward too in your life ahead Answered by Stephenie Bream 2 years ago.

IT SHOULD TAKE A FEW DAYS TO GET IN YOUR SYSTEM BUT FOR IT TO FULLY WORK MORE LIKE 2-6 WEEKS. Answered by Peg Bartberger 2 years ago.


New medicane,?
anyone ever heard of navane. what is it for . Asked by Lianne Wedi 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. Answered by Seth Greiber 2 years ago.


What is Navane/Thiothixene usually used for?
Asked by Leonida Mccullagh 2 years ago.

Hi. I hope you visit wiki and read for yourself. Only approved in United States makes me skeptical for use of anything. I guess it is Pfizer's gain? Answered by Salina Kittel 2 years ago.


Is light sensitivity from antipyschotic navane permanent?
??? I am getting off of it tomorrow Asked by Shani Foney 2 years ago.

It is not permanent and will stop in a short time after stopping the medication. I hope that your doctor is slowly weaning you off of it to avoid any withdrawal effects. You never want to abruptly stop these medications. Answered by Portia Hafford 2 years ago.

You need to either ask your doctor who prescribed this medication. If you are unable to ask, then go on the computer and google the medication along with what the side effects are. Your statement on google could read something like this, "Navane and its side effects." You can obtain a great deal of information about the drug, Navane, and just what side effects you might experience while on the medication and going off of the medication. You can also ask a pharmacist and he/she will be able to tell you just what information you need to know. The best person to ask, though, is the doctor who prescribed it. He/she is more familiar with you and the possible side effects you might experience as you go off this medication. Answered by Freddie Harbolt 2 years ago.

I've heard that it's not, because I once knew someone who had that problem. It eventually went away though, from what I heard. Answered by Yolando Hubbel 2 years ago.


Help! Anyone with experience with Navane withdrawal? ?
I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help... Asked by Taisha Ammer 2 years ago.

I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help if you can give me some direction! Web-sites are very careful -of course- about what they say about drugs and therapies...Please leave some threads for me to research further if you can. I am concerned to say the least. Answered by Isadora Bard 2 years ago.

How long has she been off of it it might be wise for her to have her doctor to watch her it is a first Generation drug that might be why your having trouble finding any thing on it Answered by Jerilyn Modert 2 years ago.

sorry, I have never dealt with that particular drug before......but I have witnessed others try to deal with weaning themselves of prescription drugs.......and just going cold turkey can be as bad, or even worse sometimes. I have a relative on a myriad of drugs, seeing a Prescription specialist, as they try one drug after another on her, searching for the right one, for her. She has gone thru hell and back as some have backfired, had adverse effects, side effects......the OPPOSITE effect....you name it. Good luck with your sister. Answered by Lorenza Karlin 2 years ago.


Does taking bipolar medication change a person's personality a bit?
I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel... Asked by Amber Kreb 2 years ago.

I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel like a lazy bum. Could it be the side effects of the medication? Because it makes me extremely sleepy and tired all the time. But for those with bipolar do you think it slightly changed your personality a bit too? And how? Answered by Dillon Sobilo 2 years ago.

Yes, Navane and trileptal can cause mood and personality changes. Thiothixene (navane). Navane is a potent antipsychotic for schizophrenia and can cause changes in personality and mood. It causes drowsiness. Navane can be affected by many prescription and non prescription products including vitamins, nutritional supplements, antihistamines, alcohol, carbamazepines, narcotics, sedatives, St John's Wort, and many more. Trileptal (oxcarbazepine) is an anti-epileptic which decreases electrical activity in the brain and can also cause drowsiness, slowed movement and thoughts, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, mood swings, and unexpected changes in mental health. Vitamins, nutritional supplements, birth control, water pills (diuretics) herbal products and many other prescription and non-prescription products can affect trileptal. 1 in 500 people become suicidal. You need to read the med guide that comes from the pharmacy with every prescription you pick up. Answered by Trish Hockey 2 years ago.

Taking medication always has side effects. But they don't change you as a person. It's not that you're lazy or a different person, its just maybe you're not experiencing as many manic episodes as you used to or even something very common: the medications cause drowsiness and a lack of energy. All it means is that it may or may not be the right medication for you. If I were you, I'd tell the doctor that gave you the navane and trileptal, the side effects you are experiencing and he or she will change the dose or switch the medication entirely. Once you switch the medications, the side effects will fade. So I would speak with your doctor and tell him how you're feeling. What you are experiencing are very common side effects with medications. Answered by Alla Christofferse 2 years ago.

It's likely a side effect of your medication, so you should talk to your doctor about it. I don't feel that bipolar has changed my personality any. The mood stabilizers help keep my moods somewhat evened out, but my actual personality hasn't changed at all. Answered by Maurita Laboissonnier 2 years ago.


Can you get high off of navane (thiothxenne)?
They prescribed it too my friend and she needs to know before she takes it because she is scareed. Asked by Sharri Cid 2 years ago.

no its just like my schizophrenis medication prolixim an antipysoctic the side effects are sometimes bad tardive dyskinesia uncontrolled muscle spasms i work my jaw and my leg shakes and i cannot stop it each person is different it wont get you high if you try to od on it you will go to sleep but not die i took 40 at once sleep for two days and was fine but it controls our disease one good thing is that in the states where they have medical marijuana you qualify and you qualify for full disability under social security depends on your taxes {how much youve paid in} as to how much you qualify for 674 a month is the least Answered by Sudie Geary 2 years ago.

Navane can get you high if you stay awake for 24 hrs. and then take some Answered by Shanita Quinton 2 years ago.


Is Navane good for sleep?
My doctor just prescribed me Navane for sleep. Is it any good? I don't have many choices of medications I can take for sleep for many different reasons.. I've tried everything except the really good stuff.. I can't take the really good stuff because I'm a recovering drug addict. Asked by Karolyn Signorile 2 years ago.

Umm...that's not a hypnotic, that's an antipsychotic. If you can't sleep because the voices won't stop then navane is a good option. Answered by Terrie Taschner 2 years ago.


How long it take?
ooppss ment to say how long will it take Asked by Louetta Bruk 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 6 milligrams, divided into doses of 2 milligrams and taken 3 times a day. Your doctor may increase the dose to a total of 15 milligrams a day. For More Severe Conditions- The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 10 milligrams, taken in 2 doses of 5 milligrams each. Your doctor may increase this dose to a total of 60 milligrams a day. Taking more than 60 milligrams a day rarely increases the benefits of Navane. You should notice a difference right away. Answered by Annabel Lusty 2 years ago.

anti schizophrenia drugs can take from 2 weeks -6 weeks before they start to work.once they start working you will be a new person,good luck you have a lot to look forward too in your life ahead Answered by Gertrud Jacobs 2 years ago.

IT SHOULD TAKE A FEW DAYS TO GET IN YOUR SYSTEM BUT FOR IT TO FULLY WORK MORE LIKE 2-6 WEEKS. Answered by Valentine Escuriex 2 years ago.


New medicane,?
anyone ever heard of navane. what is it for . Asked by Leann Mastine 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. Answered by Shawnee Ruesga 2 years ago.


What is Navane/Thiothixene usually used for?
Asked by Selina Wietzel 2 years ago.

Hi. I hope you visit wiki and read for yourself. Only approved in United States makes me skeptical for use of anything. I guess it is Pfizer's gain? Answered by Elfreda Kreisel 2 years ago.


Is light sensitivity from antipyschotic navane permanent?
??? I am getting off of it tomorrow Asked by Magan Cimiano 2 years ago.

It is not permanent and will stop in a short time after stopping the medication. I hope that your doctor is slowly weaning you off of it to avoid any withdrawal effects. You never want to abruptly stop these medications. Answered by Robert Minvielle 2 years ago.

You need to either ask your doctor who prescribed this medication. If you are unable to ask, then go on the computer and google the medication along with what the side effects are. Your statement on google could read something like this, "Navane and its side effects." You can obtain a great deal of information about the drug, Navane, and just what side effects you might experience while on the medication and going off of the medication. You can also ask a pharmacist and he/she will be able to tell you just what information you need to know. The best person to ask, though, is the doctor who prescribed it. He/she is more familiar with you and the possible side effects you might experience as you go off this medication. Answered by Terina Ruggles 2 years ago.

I've heard that it's not, because I once knew someone who had that problem. It eventually went away though, from what I heard. Answered by Kristy Sharon 2 years ago.


Help! Anyone with experience with Navane withdrawal? ?
I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help... Asked by Kimberlie Bringman 2 years ago.

I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help if you can give me some direction! Web-sites are very careful -of course- about what they say about drugs and therapies...Please leave some threads for me to research further if you can. I am concerned to say the least. Answered by Alphonso Brochet 2 years ago.

How long has she been off of it it might be wise for her to have her doctor to watch her it is a first Generation drug that might be why your having trouble finding any thing on it Answered by Christian Polee 2 years ago.

sorry, I have never dealt with that particular drug before......but I have witnessed others try to deal with weaning themselves of prescription drugs.......and just going cold turkey can be as bad, or even worse sometimes. I have a relative on a myriad of drugs, seeing a Prescription specialist, as they try one drug after another on her, searching for the right one, for her. She has gone thru hell and back as some have backfired, had adverse effects, side effects......the OPPOSITE effect....you name it. Good luck with your sister. Answered by Josefina Maltos 2 years ago.


Does taking bipolar medication change a person's personality a bit?
I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel... Asked by Danae Kalich 2 years ago.

I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel like a lazy bum. Could it be the side effects of the medication? Because it makes me extremely sleepy and tired all the time. But for those with bipolar do you think it slightly changed your personality a bit too? And how? Answered by Dannette Heintz 2 years ago.

Yes, Navane and trileptal can cause mood and personality changes. Thiothixene (navane). Navane is a potent antipsychotic for schizophrenia and can cause changes in personality and mood. It causes drowsiness. Navane can be affected by many prescription and non prescription products including vitamins, nutritional supplements, antihistamines, alcohol, carbamazepines, narcotics, sedatives, St John's Wort, and many more. Trileptal (oxcarbazepine) is an anti-epileptic which decreases electrical activity in the brain and can also cause drowsiness, slowed movement and thoughts, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, mood swings, and unexpected changes in mental health. Vitamins, nutritional supplements, birth control, water pills (diuretics) herbal products and many other prescription and non-prescription products can affect trileptal. 1 in 500 people become suicidal. You need to read the med guide that comes from the pharmacy with every prescription you pick up. Answered by Ricardo Dennen 2 years ago.

Taking medication always has side effects. But they don't change you as a person. It's not that you're lazy or a different person, its just maybe you're not experiencing as many manic episodes as you used to or even something very common: the medications cause drowsiness and a lack of energy. All it means is that it may or may not be the right medication for you. If I were you, I'd tell the doctor that gave you the navane and trileptal, the side effects you are experiencing and he or she will change the dose or switch the medication entirely. Once you switch the medications, the side effects will fade. So I would speak with your doctor and tell him how you're feeling. What you are experiencing are very common side effects with medications. Answered by Corie Alarie 2 years ago.

It's likely a side effect of your medication, so you should talk to your doctor about it. I don't feel that bipolar has changed my personality any. The mood stabilizers help keep my moods somewhat evened out, but my actual personality hasn't changed at all. Answered by Jerri Ulsh 2 years ago.


Can you get high off of navane (thiothxenne)?
They prescribed it too my friend and she needs to know before she takes it because she is scareed. Asked by Dinah Dysinger 2 years ago.

no its just like my schizophrenis medication prolixim an antipysoctic the side effects are sometimes bad tardive dyskinesia uncontrolled muscle spasms i work my jaw and my leg shakes and i cannot stop it each person is different it wont get you high if you try to od on it you will go to sleep but not die i took 40 at once sleep for two days and was fine but it controls our disease one good thing is that in the states where they have medical marijuana you qualify and you qualify for full disability under social security depends on your taxes {how much youve paid in} as to how much you qualify for 674 a month is the least Answered by Kerrie Beaver 2 years ago.

Navane can get you high if you stay awake for 24 hrs. and then take some Answered by Dierdre Bodell 2 years ago.


Is Navane good for sleep?
My doctor just prescribed me Navane for sleep. Is it any good? I don't have many choices of medications I can take for sleep for many different reasons.. I've tried everything except the really good stuff.. I can't take the really good stuff because I'm a recovering drug addict. Asked by Mana Desolier 2 years ago.

Umm...that's not a hypnotic, that's an antipsychotic. If you can't sleep because the voices won't stop then navane is a good option. Answered by Mirian Johannessen 2 years ago.


How long it take?
ooppss ment to say how long will it take Asked by Afton Baracani 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 6 milligrams, divided into doses of 2 milligrams and taken 3 times a day. Your doctor may increase the dose to a total of 15 milligrams a day. For More Severe Conditions- The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 10 milligrams, taken in 2 doses of 5 milligrams each. Your doctor may increase this dose to a total of 60 milligrams a day. Taking more than 60 milligrams a day rarely increases the benefits of Navane. You should notice a difference right away. Answered by Euna Bavelas 2 years ago.

anti schizophrenia drugs can take from 2 weeks -6 weeks before they start to work.once they start working you will be a new person,good luck you have a lot to look forward too in your life ahead Answered by Imogene Marius 2 years ago.

IT SHOULD TAKE A FEW DAYS TO GET IN YOUR SYSTEM BUT FOR IT TO FULLY WORK MORE LIKE 2-6 WEEKS. Answered by Marlin Segar 2 years ago.


New medicane,?
anyone ever heard of navane. what is it for . Asked by Mose Niedringhaus 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. Answered by Ayako Hokula 2 years ago.


What is Navane/Thiothixene usually used for?
Asked by Laverne Watt 2 years ago.

Hi. I hope you visit wiki and read for yourself. Only approved in United States makes me skeptical for use of anything. I guess it is Pfizer's gain? Answered by Jeanna Gisondi 2 years ago.


Is light sensitivity from antipyschotic navane permanent?
??? I am getting off of it tomorrow Asked by Dale Deguire 2 years ago.

It is not permanent and will stop in a short time after stopping the medication. I hope that your doctor is slowly weaning you off of it to avoid any withdrawal effects. You never want to abruptly stop these medications. Answered by Suanne Koshar 2 years ago.

You need to either ask your doctor who prescribed this medication. If you are unable to ask, then go on the computer and google the medication along with what the side effects are. Your statement on google could read something like this, "Navane and its side effects." You can obtain a great deal of information about the drug, Navane, and just what side effects you might experience while on the medication and going off of the medication. You can also ask a pharmacist and he/she will be able to tell you just what information you need to know. The best person to ask, though, is the doctor who prescribed it. He/she is more familiar with you and the possible side effects you might experience as you go off this medication. Answered by Delpha Layland 2 years ago.

I've heard that it's not, because I once knew someone who had that problem. It eventually went away though, from what I heard. Answered by Kathlene Shelstad 2 years ago.


Help! Anyone with experience with Navane withdrawal? ?
I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help... Asked by Onita Neeper 2 years ago.

I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help if you can give me some direction! Web-sites are very careful -of course- about what they say about drugs and therapies...Please leave some threads for me to research further if you can. I am concerned to say the least. Answered by Violeta Steffani 2 years ago.

How long has she been off of it it might be wise for her to have her doctor to watch her it is a first Generation drug that might be why your having trouble finding any thing on it Answered by Rusty Stops 2 years ago.

sorry, I have never dealt with that particular drug before......but I have witnessed others try to deal with weaning themselves of prescription drugs.......and just going cold turkey can be as bad, or even worse sometimes. I have a relative on a myriad of drugs, seeing a Prescription specialist, as they try one drug after another on her, searching for the right one, for her. She has gone thru hell and back as some have backfired, had adverse effects, side effects......the OPPOSITE effect....you name it. Good luck with your sister. Answered by Thomas Vickers 2 years ago.


Does taking bipolar medication change a person's personality a bit?
I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel... Asked by Antony Deupree 2 years ago.

I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel like a lazy bum. Could it be the side effects of the medication? Because it makes me extremely sleepy and tired all the time. But for those with bipolar do you think it slightly changed your personality a bit too? And how? Answered by Reyes Bergsma 2 years ago.

Yes, Navane and trileptal can cause mood and personality changes. Thiothixene (navane). Navane is a potent antipsychotic for schizophrenia and can cause changes in personality and mood. It causes drowsiness. Navane can be affected by many prescription and non prescription products including vitamins, nutritional supplements, antihistamines, alcohol, carbamazepines, narcotics, sedatives, St John's Wort, and many more. Trileptal (oxcarbazepine) is an anti-epileptic which decreases electrical activity in the brain and can also cause drowsiness, slowed movement and thoughts, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, mood swings, and unexpected changes in mental health. Vitamins, nutritional supplements, birth control, water pills (diuretics) herbal products and many other prescription and non-prescription products can affect trileptal. 1 in 500 people become suicidal. You need to read the med guide that comes from the pharmacy with every prescription you pick up. Answered by Edmundo Monterrano 2 years ago.

Taking medication always has side effects. But they don't change you as a person. It's not that you're lazy or a different person, its just maybe you're not experiencing as many manic episodes as you used to or even something very common: the medications cause drowsiness and a lack of energy. All it means is that it may or may not be the right medication for you. If I were you, I'd tell the doctor that gave you the navane and trileptal, the side effects you are experiencing and he or she will change the dose or switch the medication entirely. Once you switch the medications, the side effects will fade. So I would speak with your doctor and tell him how you're feeling. What you are experiencing are very common side effects with medications. Answered by Warner Lantis 2 years ago.

It's likely a side effect of your medication, so you should talk to your doctor about it. I don't feel that bipolar has changed my personality any. The mood stabilizers help keep my moods somewhat evened out, but my actual personality hasn't changed at all. Answered by Bernardina Rasche 2 years ago.


Can you get high off of navane (thiothxenne)?
They prescribed it too my friend and she needs to know before she takes it because she is scareed. Asked by Antione Datte 2 years ago.

no its just like my schizophrenis medication prolixim an antipysoctic the side effects are sometimes bad tardive dyskinesia uncontrolled muscle spasms i work my jaw and my leg shakes and i cannot stop it each person is different it wont get you high if you try to od on it you will go to sleep but not die i took 40 at once sleep for two days and was fine but it controls our disease one good thing is that in the states where they have medical marijuana you qualify and you qualify for full disability under social security depends on your taxes {how much youve paid in} as to how much you qualify for 674 a month is the least Answered by Azzie Indeck 2 years ago.

Navane can get you high if you stay awake for 24 hrs. and then take some Answered by Maxwell Hemric 2 years ago.


Is Navane good for sleep?
My doctor just prescribed me Navane for sleep. Is it any good? I don't have many choices of medications I can take for sleep for many different reasons.. I've tried everything except the really good stuff.. I can't take the really good stuff because I'm a recovering drug addict. Asked by Deena Sabella 2 years ago.

Umm...that's not a hypnotic, that's an antipsychotic. If you can't sleep because the voices won't stop then navane is a good option. Answered by Pamella Palomba 2 years ago.


How long it take?
ooppss ment to say how long will it take Asked by Dorris Zingarelli 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 6 milligrams, divided into doses of 2 milligrams and taken 3 times a day. Your doctor may increase the dose to a total of 15 milligrams a day. For More Severe Conditions- The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 10 milligrams, taken in 2 doses of 5 milligrams each. Your doctor may increase this dose to a total of 60 milligrams a day. Taking more than 60 milligrams a day rarely increases the benefits of Navane. You should notice a difference right away. Answered by Almeda Soucek 2 years ago.

anti schizophrenia drugs can take from 2 weeks -6 weeks before they start to work.once they start working you will be a new person,good luck you have a lot to look forward too in your life ahead Answered by Elfriede Handerson 2 years ago.

IT SHOULD TAKE A FEW DAYS TO GET IN YOUR SYSTEM BUT FOR IT TO FULLY WORK MORE LIKE 2-6 WEEKS. Answered by Lachelle Mcbeth 2 years ago.


New medicane,?
anyone ever heard of navane. what is it for . Asked by Micaela Keeman 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. Answered by Goldie Chennault 2 years ago.


What is Navane/Thiothixene usually used for?
Asked by Eunice Hunson 2 years ago.

Hi. I hope you visit wiki and read for yourself. Only approved in United States makes me skeptical for use of anything. I guess it is Pfizer's gain? Answered by Noreen Curling 2 years ago.


Is light sensitivity from antipyschotic navane permanent?
??? I am getting off of it tomorrow Asked by Sylvie Rohrs 2 years ago.

It is not permanent and will stop in a short time after stopping the medication. I hope that your doctor is slowly weaning you off of it to avoid any withdrawal effects. You never want to abruptly stop these medications. Answered by Christie Sennett 2 years ago.

You need to either ask your doctor who prescribed this medication. If you are unable to ask, then go on the computer and google the medication along with what the side effects are. Your statement on google could read something like this, "Navane and its side effects." You can obtain a great deal of information about the drug, Navane, and just what side effects you might experience while on the medication and going off of the medication. You can also ask a pharmacist and he/she will be able to tell you just what information you need to know. The best person to ask, though, is the doctor who prescribed it. He/she is more familiar with you and the possible side effects you might experience as you go off this medication. Answered by Albina Kelsoe 2 years ago.

I've heard that it's not, because I once knew someone who had that problem. It eventually went away though, from what I heard. Answered by Cheryll Krammer 2 years ago.


Help! Anyone with experience with Navane withdrawal? ?
I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help... Asked by Kris Maultsby 2 years ago.

I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help if you can give me some direction! Web-sites are very careful -of course- about what they say about drugs and therapies...Please leave some threads for me to research further if you can. I am concerned to say the least. Answered by David Fendrick 2 years ago.

How long has she been off of it it might be wise for her to have her doctor to watch her it is a first Generation drug that might be why your having trouble finding any thing on it Answered by Oliver Louviere 2 years ago.

sorry, I have never dealt with that particular drug before......but I have witnessed others try to deal with weaning themselves of prescription drugs.......and just going cold turkey can be as bad, or even worse sometimes. I have a relative on a myriad of drugs, seeing a Prescription specialist, as they try one drug after another on her, searching for the right one, for her. She has gone thru hell and back as some have backfired, had adverse effects, side effects......the OPPOSITE effect....you name it. Good luck with your sister. Answered by Mickey Thursby 2 years ago.


Does taking bipolar medication change a person's personality a bit?
I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel... Asked by Faith Vuyovich 2 years ago.

I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel like a lazy bum. Could it be the side effects of the medication? Because it makes me extremely sleepy and tired all the time. But for those with bipolar do you think it slightly changed your personality a bit too? And how? Answered by Von Fox 2 years ago.

Yes, Navane and trileptal can cause mood and personality changes. Thiothixene (navane). Navane is a potent antipsychotic for schizophrenia and can cause changes in personality and mood. It causes drowsiness. Navane can be affected by many prescription and non prescription products including vitamins, nutritional supplements, antihistamines, alcohol, carbamazepines, narcotics, sedatives, St John's Wort, and many more. Trileptal (oxcarbazepine) is an anti-epileptic which decreases electrical activity in the brain and can also cause drowsiness, slowed movement and thoughts, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, mood swings, and unexpected changes in mental health. Vitamins, nutritional supplements, birth control, water pills (diuretics) herbal products and many other prescription and non-prescription products can affect trileptal. 1 in 500 people become suicidal. You need to read the med guide that comes from the pharmacy with every prescription you pick up. Answered by Bernetta Millimaki 2 years ago.

Taking medication always has side effects. But they don't change you as a person. It's not that you're lazy or a different person, its just maybe you're not experiencing as many manic episodes as you used to or even something very common: the medications cause drowsiness and a lack of energy. All it means is that it may or may not be the right medication for you. If I were you, I'd tell the doctor that gave you the navane and trileptal, the side effects you are experiencing and he or she will change the dose or switch the medication entirely. Once you switch the medications, the side effects will fade. So I would speak with your doctor and tell him how you're feeling. What you are experiencing are very common side effects with medications. Answered by Willette Sacramento 2 years ago.

It's likely a side effect of your medication, so you should talk to your doctor about it. I don't feel that bipolar has changed my personality any. The mood stabilizers help keep my moods somewhat evened out, but my actual personality hasn't changed at all. Answered by Ching Scarpitto 2 years ago.


Can you get high off of navane (thiothxenne)?
They prescribed it too my friend and she needs to know before she takes it because she is scareed. Asked by Lyndia Schantz 2 years ago.

no its just like my schizophrenis medication prolixim an antipysoctic the side effects are sometimes bad tardive dyskinesia uncontrolled muscle spasms i work my jaw and my leg shakes and i cannot stop it each person is different it wont get you high if you try to od on it you will go to sleep but not die i took 40 at once sleep for two days and was fine but it controls our disease one good thing is that in the states where they have medical marijuana you qualify and you qualify for full disability under social security depends on your taxes {how much youve paid in} as to how much you qualify for 674 a month is the least Answered by Euna Sokorai 2 years ago.

Navane can get you high if you stay awake for 24 hrs. and then take some Answered by Mellie Batkin 2 years ago.


Is Navane good for sleep?
My doctor just prescribed me Navane for sleep. Is it any good? I don't have many choices of medications I can take for sleep for many different reasons.. I've tried everything except the really good stuff.. I can't take the really good stuff because I'm a recovering drug addict. Asked by Erminia Lemos 2 years ago.

Umm...that's not a hypnotic, that's an antipsychotic. If you can't sleep because the voices won't stop then navane is a good option. Answered by Frankie Reagle 2 years ago.


How long it take?
ooppss ment to say how long will it take Asked by Maisie Snow 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 6 milligrams, divided into doses of 2 milligrams and taken 3 times a day. Your doctor may increase the dose to a total of 15 milligrams a day. For More Severe Conditions- The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 10 milligrams, taken in 2 doses of 5 milligrams each. Your doctor may increase this dose to a total of 60 milligrams a day. Taking more than 60 milligrams a day rarely increases the benefits of Navane. You should notice a difference right away. Answered by Tammera Siwinski 2 years ago.

anti schizophrenia drugs can take from 2 weeks -6 weeks before they start to work.once they start working you will be a new person,good luck you have a lot to look forward too in your life ahead Answered by Jacqulyn Janowiak 2 years ago.

IT SHOULD TAKE A FEW DAYS TO GET IN YOUR SYSTEM BUT FOR IT TO FULLY WORK MORE LIKE 2-6 WEEKS. Answered by Dawne Ivy 2 years ago.


New medicane,?
anyone ever heard of navane. what is it for . Asked by Mellissa Tekippe 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. Answered by Tisa Cerulli 2 years ago.


What is Navane/Thiothixene usually used for?
Asked by Luetta Lengyel 2 years ago.

Hi. I hope you visit wiki and read for yourself. Only approved in United States makes me skeptical for use of anything. I guess it is Pfizer's gain? Answered by Cindi Deno 2 years ago.


Is light sensitivity from antipyschotic navane permanent?
??? I am getting off of it tomorrow Asked by Sandy Kildare 2 years ago.

It is not permanent and will stop in a short time after stopping the medication. I hope that your doctor is slowly weaning you off of it to avoid any withdrawal effects. You never want to abruptly stop these medications. Answered by Mauro Hanser 2 years ago.

You need to either ask your doctor who prescribed this medication. If you are unable to ask, then go on the computer and google the medication along with what the side effects are. Your statement on google could read something like this, "Navane and its side effects." You can obtain a great deal of information about the drug, Navane, and just what side effects you might experience while on the medication and going off of the medication. You can also ask a pharmacist and he/she will be able to tell you just what information you need to know. The best person to ask, though, is the doctor who prescribed it. He/she is more familiar with you and the possible side effects you might experience as you go off this medication. Answered by Ellsworth Cegla 2 years ago.

I've heard that it's not, because I once knew someone who had that problem. It eventually went away though, from what I heard. Answered by Samara Bargo 2 years ago.


Help! Anyone with experience with Navane withdrawal? ?
I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help... Asked by Hilma Tedder 2 years ago.

I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help if you can give me some direction! Web-sites are very careful -of course- about what they say about drugs and therapies...Please leave some threads for me to research further if you can. I am concerned to say the least. Answered by Marilou Parmeter 2 years ago.

How long has she been off of it it might be wise for her to have her doctor to watch her it is a first Generation drug that might be why your having trouble finding any thing on it Answered by Petrina Flory 2 years ago.

sorry, I have never dealt with that particular drug before......but I have witnessed others try to deal with weaning themselves of prescription drugs.......and just going cold turkey can be as bad, or even worse sometimes. I have a relative on a myriad of drugs, seeing a Prescription specialist, as they try one drug after another on her, searching for the right one, for her. She has gone thru hell and back as some have backfired, had adverse effects, side effects......the OPPOSITE effect....you name it. Good luck with your sister. Answered by Shemika Denson 2 years ago.


Does taking bipolar medication change a person's personality a bit?
I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel... Asked by Cedric Inafuku 2 years ago.

I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel like a lazy bum. Could it be the side effects of the medication? Because it makes me extremely sleepy and tired all the time. But for those with bipolar do you think it slightly changed your personality a bit too? And how? Answered by Shandra Bearse 2 years ago.

Yes, Navane and trileptal can cause mood and personality changes. Thiothixene (navane). Navane is a potent antipsychotic for schizophrenia and can cause changes in personality and mood. It causes drowsiness. Navane can be affected by many prescription and non prescription products including vitamins, nutritional supplements, antihistamines, alcohol, carbamazepines, narcotics, sedatives, St John's Wort, and many more. Trileptal (oxcarbazepine) is an anti-epileptic which decreases electrical activity in the brain and can also cause drowsiness, slowed movement and thoughts, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, mood swings, and unexpected changes in mental health. Vitamins, nutritional supplements, birth control, water pills (diuretics) herbal products and many other prescription and non-prescription products can affect trileptal. 1 in 500 people become suicidal. You need to read the med guide that comes from the pharmacy with every prescription you pick up. Answered by Alona Omarah 2 years ago.

Taking medication always has side effects. But they don't change you as a person. It's not that you're lazy or a different person, its just maybe you're not experiencing as many manic episodes as you used to or even something very common: the medications cause drowsiness and a lack of energy. All it means is that it may or may not be the right medication for you. If I were you, I'd tell the doctor that gave you the navane and trileptal, the side effects you are experiencing and he or she will change the dose or switch the medication entirely. Once you switch the medications, the side effects will fade. So I would speak with your doctor and tell him how you're feeling. What you are experiencing are very common side effects with medications. Answered by Olinda Gauch 2 years ago.

It's likely a side effect of your medication, so you should talk to your doctor about it. I don't feel that bipolar has changed my personality any. The mood stabilizers help keep my moods somewhat evened out, but my actual personality hasn't changed at all. Answered by Roxana Micciche 2 years ago.


Can you get high off of navane (thiothxenne)?
They prescribed it too my friend and she needs to know before she takes it because she is scareed. Asked by Tiffiny Nicholls 2 years ago.

no its just like my schizophrenis medication prolixim an antipysoctic the side effects are sometimes bad tardive dyskinesia uncontrolled muscle spasms i work my jaw and my leg shakes and i cannot stop it each person is different it wont get you high if you try to od on it you will go to sleep but not die i took 40 at once sleep for two days and was fine but it controls our disease one good thing is that in the states where they have medical marijuana you qualify and you qualify for full disability under social security depends on your taxes {how much youve paid in} as to how much you qualify for 674 a month is the least Answered by Evalyn Dunagin 2 years ago.

Navane can get you high if you stay awake for 24 hrs. and then take some Answered by Tarah Teagarden 2 years ago.


Is Navane good for sleep?
My doctor just prescribed me Navane for sleep. Is it any good? I don't have many choices of medications I can take for sleep for many different reasons.. I've tried everything except the really good stuff.. I can't take the really good stuff because I'm a recovering drug addict. Asked by Romelia Rieder 2 years ago.

Umm...that's not a hypnotic, that's an antipsychotic. If you can't sleep because the voices won't stop then navane is a good option. Answered by Milagro Pulford 2 years ago.


How long it take?
ooppss ment to say how long will it take Asked by Ranae Marriner 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 6 milligrams, divided into doses of 2 milligrams and taken 3 times a day. Your doctor may increase the dose to a total of 15 milligrams a day. For More Severe Conditions- The usual starting dosage is a daily total of 10 milligrams, taken in 2 doses of 5 milligrams each. Your doctor may increase this dose to a total of 60 milligrams a day. Taking more than 60 milligrams a day rarely increases the benefits of Navane. You should notice a difference right away. Answered by Lisa Jenner 2 years ago.

anti schizophrenia drugs can take from 2 weeks -6 weeks before they start to work.once they start working you will be a new person,good luck you have a lot to look forward too in your life ahead Answered by Regine Requa 2 years ago.

IT SHOULD TAKE A FEW DAYS TO GET IN YOUR SYSTEM BUT FOR IT TO FULLY WORK MORE LIKE 2-6 WEEKS. Answered by Jenelle Niedecken 2 years ago.


New medicane,?
anyone ever heard of navane. what is it for . Asked by Diane Calhoun 2 years ago.

Navane is used in the treatment of schizophrenia (a disruption of thought and the understanding of reality). Researchers theorize that antipsychotic medications such as Navane work by lowering levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter (or chemical messenger) in the brain. Excessive levels of dopamine are believed to be related to psychotic behavior. Answered by Imogene Govea 2 years ago.


What is Navane/Thiothixene usually used for?
Asked by Portia Mohsin 2 years ago.

Hi. I hope you visit wiki and read for yourself. Only approved in United States makes me skeptical for use of anything. I guess it is Pfizer's gain? Answered by Ward Sheltrown 2 years ago.


Is light sensitivity from antipyschotic navane permanent?
??? I am getting off of it tomorrow Asked by Carson Simonetti 2 years ago.

It is not permanent and will stop in a short time after stopping the medication. I hope that your doctor is slowly weaning you off of it to avoid any withdrawal effects. You never want to abruptly stop these medications. Answered by Danny Baima 2 years ago.

You need to either ask your doctor who prescribed this medication. If you are unable to ask, then go on the computer and google the medication along with what the side effects are. Your statement on google could read something like this, "Navane and its side effects." You can obtain a great deal of information about the drug, Navane, and just what side effects you might experience while on the medication and going off of the medication. You can also ask a pharmacist and he/she will be able to tell you just what information you need to know. The best person to ask, though, is the doctor who prescribed it. He/she is more familiar with you and the possible side effects you might experience as you go off this medication. Answered by Whitney Kniceley 2 years ago.

I've heard that it's not, because I once knew someone who had that problem. It eventually went away though, from what I heard. Answered by Genoveva Barnhurst 2 years ago.


Help! Anyone with experience with Navane withdrawal? ?
I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help... Asked by Olen Osche 2 years ago.

I just received a message from my sister who has been taking this drug for a long time...She was frustrated with the lack of help to get off this drug and took matters into her own hands and has gone off it COLD turkey w/o a Doctor monitoring it. I am frantically researching this right now but could use some help if you can give me some direction! Web-sites are very careful -of course- about what they say about drugs and therapies...Please leave some threads for me to research further if you can. I am concerned to say the least. Answered by Claude Elmes 2 years ago.

How long has she been off of it it might be wise for her to have her doctor to watch her it is a first Generation drug that might be why your having trouble finding any thing on it Answered by Bonny Arslanian 2 years ago.

sorry, I have never dealt with that particular drug before......but I have witnessed others try to deal with weaning themselves of prescription drugs.......and just going cold turkey can be as bad, or even worse sometimes. I have a relative on a myriad of drugs, seeing a Prescription specialist, as they try one drug after another on her, searching for the right one, for her. She has gone thru hell and back as some have backfired, had adverse effects, side effects......the OPPOSITE effect....you name it. Good luck with your sister. Answered by Melida Interrante 2 years ago.


Does taking bipolar medication change a person's personality a bit?
I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel... Asked by Roxanna Unknow 2 years ago.

I'm bipolar and taking navane and trileptal. I feel like it's slightly changed me as a person before I was diagnosed with bipolar. I used to be a very studious person in school and now I feel so lazy and don't really have much motivation. I used to like keeping myself busy as well but now I just feel like a lazy bum. Could it be the side effects of the medication? Because it makes me extremely sleepy and tired all the time. But for those with bipolar do you think it slightly changed your personality a bit too? And how? Answered by Mia Nattiah 2 years ago.

Yes, Navane and trileptal can cause mood and personality changes. Thiothixene (navane). Navane is a potent antipsychotic for schizophrenia and can cause changes in personality and mood. It causes drowsiness. Navane can be affected by many prescription and non prescription products including vitamins, nutritional supplements, antihistamines, alcohol, carbamazepines, narcotics, sedatives, St John's Wort, and many more. Trileptal (oxcarbazepine) is an anti-epileptic which decreases electrical activity in the brain and can also cause drowsiness, slowed movement and thoughts, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, mood swings, and unexpected changes in mental health. Vitamins, nutritional supplements, birth control, water pills (diuretics) herbal products and many other prescription and non-prescription products can affect trileptal. 1 in 500 people become suicidal. You need to read the med guide that comes from the pharmacy with every prescription you pick up. Answered by Gary Hickok 2 years ago.

Taking medication always has side effects. But they don't change you as a person. It's not that you're lazy or a different person, its just maybe you're not experiencing as many manic episodes as you used to or even something very common: the medications cause drowsiness and a lack of energy. All it means is that it may or may not be the right medication for you. If I were you, I'd tell the doctor that gave you the navane and trileptal, the side effects you are experiencing and he or she will change the dose or switch the medication entirely. Once you switch the medications, the side effects will fade. So I would speak with your doctor and tell him how you're feeling. What you are experiencing are very common side effects with medications. Answered by Patience Mickell 2 years ago.

It's likely a side effect of your medication, so you should talk to your doctor about it. I don't feel that bipolar has changed my personality any. The mood stabilizers help keep my moods somewhat evened out, but my actual personality hasn't changed at all. Answered by Margrett Mcchriston 2 years ago.


Can you get high off of navane (thiothxenne)?
They prescribed it too my friend and she needs to know before she takes it because she is scareed. Asked by Racquel Gilliss 2 years ago.

no its just like my schizophrenis medication prolixim an antipysoctic the side effects are sometimes bad tardive dyskinesia uncontrolled muscle spasms i work my jaw and my leg shakes and i cannot stop it each person is different it wont get you high if you try to od on it you will go to sleep but not die i took 40 at once sleep for two days and was fine but it controls our disease one good thing is that in the states where they have medical marijuana you qualify and you qualify for full disability under social security depends on your taxes {how much youve paid in} as to how much you qualify for 674 a month is the least Answered by Janeth Beabout 2 years ago.

Navane can get you high if you stay awake for 24 hrs. and then take some Answered by Ray Diodonet 2 years ago.


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