Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 011751/001.

Names and composition

"PROLIXIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of FLUPHENAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
011751/001 PROLIXIN FLUPHENAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 2.5MG
011751/002 PROLIXIN FLUPHENAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
011751/003 PROLIXIN FLUPHENAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
011751/004 PROLIXIN FLUPHENAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 1MG
011751/005 PROLIXIN FLUPHENAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2.5MG per ML
012145/003 PROLIXIN FLUPHENAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE ELIXIR/ORAL 2.5MG per 5ML
070533/001 PROLIXIN FLUPHENAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE CONCENTRATE/ORAL 5MG per ML

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Prolixin withdrawals information?
does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for?and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals... Asked by Erlene Kagan 1 year ago.

does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking 1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for? and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals occur? i know i should of asked the doctor but he did a videomed which means it was done by a television and he seemed in a bit hurried Answered by Evan Thaman 1 year ago.


What can you tell me about the drug prolixin?
Asked by Gemma Moneaux 1 year ago.

Dear the Blood of Jesus, As you see trying to answer UR questions as soon as possible some I see have more time left for me to answer so with time I will answer all. All said, Prolixin (fluphenazine)is an anti-psychotic medication in a group of drugs called phenothiazine's . It works by changing the actions of chemicals in your brain.Fluphenazine is used to treat psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions.if you have twitching or uncontrollable movements of your eyes, lips, tongue, face, arms, or legs. This Drug must be stopped immediately and do call the doctor immediately. if you have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, a blood cell disorder, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy, or if you are or anyone is you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's. this medication should not be used too. if you have heart disease or high blood pressure, a history of seizures, Parkinson's disease, liver or kidney disease, severe asthma or breathing problem, past or present breast cancer, adrenal gland tumor, enlarged prostate, urination problems, glaucoma, low levels of calcium in your blood, or if you have ever had a serious side effect while using fluphenazine or similar medicines. Or any other medications that is being taken The doctor must be notified about it.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions. IF you or anyone who have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, or a blood cell disorder low platelets or low red or white blood cell counts, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy should not use that medication too. Also you can not use if you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's such as chlorpromazine (Thorazine), perphenazine (Trilafon), prochlorperazine (Compazine, Compro), promethazine (Adgan, Pentazine, Phenergan), thioridazine (Mellaril), or trifluoperazine (Stelazine).Cold or allergy medicine, sedatives, narcotic pain medicine, sleeping pills, muscle relaxers, and medicine for seizures, depression or anxiety can interact with fluphenazine and cause medical problems or increase side effects. Also please tell you Doctor if you are using or taking, antibiotic,birth control pills or hormone replacement estrogens;blood pressure medication;a blood thinner such as warfarin (Coumadin, Jantoven);certain asthma medications or bronchodilators; incontinence medications;insulin or diabetes medications you take by mouth;medication for nausea, vomiting, or motion sickness;ulcer or irritable bowel medications. There are so many different types of medications that you should tell your Doctor about the best way is always no matter what Medication you take or taken or will be taken please and I urge you please tell your Doctor any and all medications that you take taken or will be taken. It's an Utmost important when you take any medication to tell your doctor any and all medications you are taking or allergic to. If you are not sure what you are allergic to please have allergy test for almost anything that will make it either to know which medication you should and should not take. PLEASE KNOW THIS IS A SMALL AMOUNT KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THIS MEDICATION YOU MUST SPEAK WITH YOUR DR. WITH ANY MEDICAL ADVICE THEY SHOULD KNOW ALL MEDICAL HISTORY OF YOU ANY FAMILY MEMBER FATHER MOTHER SON DAUGHTERS UNCLES AUNTS ANY AND ALL BLOOD RELATIVES IS VERY IMPORTANT. THIS IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE ONLY YOUR DOCTOR KNOW WHAT IS BEST FOR YOU AND THEY MUST KNOW YOUR MEDICAL HISTORY BLOOD TESTES URINE AND SO ON. PLEASE ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR. Answered by Tierra Kestner 1 year ago.


I am on Prolixin Deconate and I need to know how to find out if I am pregnant or not?
I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure.... Asked by Tanner Ohotnicky 1 year ago.

I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure. Any ideas?? Thank you in advance. Heather Answered by Jessie Martineze 1 year ago.

There's really no way of knowing for sure. Have you missed a period? If so, take a pregnancy test as a preliminary. If it is negative, and you still have missed your period, you should go into the doctor for a blood test right away. As Prolixin is a class C medication, there is not enough research to know whether it may be harmful during pregnancy, so the sooner you find out if you are pregnant, the better chance your doctor will have to evaluate if another drug would work beneficially in it's place. I know Prolixin has been known to cause false negative, and false positive results, so take a pregnancy test if you have missed your period, and regardless of the result see the doctor for a blood test to know for sure. Try to count back using your last period date to calculate when you would have ovulated to know if it's possible that you may have gotten pregnant within that time frame. Otherwise, a blood test is the only true way you'll be able to find out. Good luck! Answered by Cristen Mcduffee 1 year ago.

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Does Prolixin cause weight loss and constipation?
Asked by Gita Supple 1 year ago.

I found the book to be very informative and easy to read. I've lost 17 pounds in 12 days, I'm just concerned that I'm losing too much weight, too quickly. I will admit I haven't followed the guide exactly. I'm not sticking perfectly to the listed foods and meal plans (but mostly) and doing very little exercise, but the weight keeps flying off. It clearly works and if I'd followed it exactly I think it would scare the living daylights out of me because of the amount that I'd lose. So thanks again for the information. I've never purchased anything like this before because they are usually full of trash, but 3WD has been a pleasant surprise. Get started today! Answered by Claude Neubert 1 year ago.

invest in a standing desk like the ergotron workfit s 379 ergotron com or get crafty and raise your monitor and keyboard with books Answered by Clyde Grandmont 1 year ago.

walk at least 15 mins after your meals Answered by Hyman Offner 1 year ago.

don t skip breakfast Answered by Araceli Ware 1 year ago.


Side effects of Prolixin?
if being on Prolixin makes your eye sight blurry, is this reversible? should Prolixin be stopped completely and something else prescribed? Asked by Sherise Stanzak 1 year ago.

Side effects that you should report to your prescriber or health care professional as soon as possible: •blurred vision •breast enlargement in men or women •breast milk in women who are not breast-feeding •chest pain, fast or irregular heartbeat •confusion, restlessness •dark yellow or brown urine •difficulty breathing or swallowing •dizziness or fainting spells •drooling, shaking, movement difficulty (shuffling walk) or rigidity •fever, chills, sore throat •hot, dry skin, unable to sweat •involuntary or uncontrollable movements of the eyes, mouth, head, arms, and legs •menstrual changes •puffing cheeks, smacking lips, or worm-like movements of the tongue •seizures (convulsions) •slurred speech •stomach area pain •sweating •unusual weakness or tiredness •unusual bleeding or bruising •yellowing of skin or eyes Side effects that usually do not require medical attention (report to your prescriber or health care professional if they continue or are bothersome): •constipation •difficulty passing urine •difficulty sleeping, agitation or restlessness •drowsiness •dry mouth •headache •increased sensitivity to the sun or ultraviolet light •sexual difficulties (impotence in men; increased sexual desire in women) •skin rash, or itching •stuffy nose •weight gain Answered by Classie Delpapa 1 year ago.

see your DR for there are many side effect to this drug. Answered by Robbi Ollmann 1 year ago.


Taking prolixin mornings instead of night?
Prolixin is causing bad dreams, would adjusting the time of day that is taken help? Asked by Lang Chiquito 1 year ago.

It might, but it also causes drowsiness, so you'd need to be aware of how it might affect you if you took it during the day. The best thing to do would be to call the doc and check with him first. Answered by Shaquana Eichenmiller 1 year ago.


Can my mother go off of Prolixin and not become psychotic again?
For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother... Asked by Candice Canestrini 1 year ago.

My mother has been on a mandatory prolixin shot since I was 16. 24 years is too long to be on the same anti psychotic medication. About 15 years ago my mother looked into my eyes and spoke words that killed my soul. She said to me (when we were at a party being thrown by my ex best friend Sally) : "Is this medication going to hurt me in the long run"? I believe that this medication will hurt my mother in the long run, but she once tried to seriously harm me when she secretly switched herself from her mandatory Prolixin shots to Prolixin tablets that she didn't take. Why do people have to suffer from mental illness at all? Why must my precious mother be forced to take medication that I truly "intuitively" believe might kill her in the end? My entire family is comprised of Born Again Christians who are living to die and be with God in some "elusive" heaven. They all believe wholeheartedly that my mother must ingest this "poison" into her system for the rest of her life, but I wish that there was some other alternative to keep my mother both sane and ALIVE... Answered by Adriene Lehn 1 year ago.

My poor mother became afflicted with Schizophrenia when I was only 10 years old. She woke me up from peaceful dreams and told me that God was going to kill her for being a bad person. The next day she told me that my 2 uncles were going to butcher my 2 precious aunts and all my precious cousins... Won't this stupid medication eventually stop working effectively anyway? My mother has started acting weird (just recently), so I have a bad feeling that her Prolixin has stopped working effectively (but who wants to force her to increase her dosage)? Answered by Marcos Topal 1 year ago.

For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother has ever taken). Answered by Cathleen Weisbecker 1 year ago.

You may want to go with your mother to her next medication appointment. This way you would be able to speak to the person giving her the injections. You can let the person know that your "mother has started acting weird", as you put it. It's important for the person treating you mother to know this. You might be helping your mother and her treatment more than you realize by doing this. Best Wishes. Answered by Billy Gallo 1 year ago.

Some drugs paintings good for a few men and women and now not for others. So sure, it can be that the brand new treatment isn't suited for him. It might even be that he demands a larger dosage, or simply demands longer for the brand new meds to begin running (a few have a cumulative final result and do not paintings right away from day a million). It is obviously some thing he will have to talk to his health practitioner approximately although, as it is nice to check out and uncover some thing with a view to paintings for him. Answered by Keneth Kufel 1 year ago.

Even though Prolixin is not addicting, the brain may need some time to adjust to Prolixin withdrawal. If your mother stop it too quickly,she may experience shakiness, vomiting, and digestive problems. In order to reduce the chances of Prolixin withdrawal symptoms, your mother healthcare provider may decide to wean you off the medication slowly to avoid severe symptoms. Your mother health-care provider may decide to wean you off Prolixin slowly to avoid severe withdrawal symptoms, although this may not be necessary in all situations. Even if your mother is switching to another medication, your mother health-care provider may still recommend gradually stopping the drug. Be sure to talk with your mother health-care provider before stopping Prolixin. Also, let your mother health-care provider know if she notice any bothersome symptoms after stopping it. Although Prolixinis not addicting and is not likely to be abused, the brain may need some time to adjust to stopping it.Be sure to talk with your mother doctor before stopping Prolixin. Take care as always. Answered by Lakendra Farness 1 year ago.


Okay to use Prolixin for a teen w/ schizophrenia?
For a teen with early onset of schizophrenia (15 yo) and has tried Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel but has not been effective. Is Prolixin a good choice? Asked by Pamelia Comas 1 year ago.

Only a qualified physician who has been treating the teen can make the decision whether it is appropriate/ok or not. Answered by Enda Wonders 1 year ago.

It depends somewhat on what symptoms of Schizophrenia has. Prolixin and Haldol are really good at treating hallucination, delusions, and agitation. The newer meds also treat some of the negative symptoms like isolating. Clozaril would be the usual next step after trying those meds. Prolixin and Haldol do work but they have a high incidence of side effects. Some people can tolerate those side effects with additional meds, some people have a permanent effect called tarditive dyskinesia, even after they start the med. Things to consider: make sure the highest dose was tried on the other meds? is an injectable med needed? Is mood lability a major problem? What are realistic goals for this teen? A mood stabilizer with antipsychotic may be a good choice, like Depakote. If the teen had any response to Risperdal, Risperdal Consta with another antipsychotic, like Clozaril may be a good option. The Consta gives a more stable amount of medicine because it is given as an injection every two weeks. Answered by Izola Lefebre 1 year ago.

I've used all the medicine at one time or other. I've found the medicine Stelazine to be one of the most effective with fewer side effects. Prolixin caused me to have asthma attacks, particularly at night when I was lying down. Everyone is different and their response to the meds are different. If the patient doesn't have asthma Prolixin is certainly worth considering. There is nothing wrong with Prolixin and the price is certainly right compared to Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel. A medicine to consider skipping in the search for a more successful medicine is Haldol. Be very weary of it. One thing that is an absolute with antipsychotics is if the person skips doses they will be worse off and have more symptoms than they were when they were untreated. No antipsychotic works unless it is taken religiously as prescribed. For non-conformers who can't take the med as prescribed there are shots that the doctor can administer once or twice a month which can be life changing. Generally it is a case of skipping doses that makes medicine ineffective as opposed to what is referred to as 'treatment resistant Schizophrenia" which does indeed exist. If the patient does have treatment resistant Schizophrenia the doctor will eventually move the person on to a medicine called Clozaril which will call for monitoring by blood tests. Always wait 6 weeks after being put on medicine before deciding how effective it is and before choosing another. Prolixin doesn't come with a black label warning against it as does Seroquel, Risperdal and Zyprexa. A black label warning is an FDA warning about increased risk of death. Answered by Clark Hilger 1 year ago.

It sounds logical to me. Prolixin is a drug that has been used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia. It's an older drug. They tried some of the newer drugs (Risperidol, Zyprexa, Seroquel) without success, so it seems reasonable that an older drug like Prolixin might be the next option. Answered by Lita Holbrook 1 year ago.

That is a good question, I think you should explain that do your Mental Health doctor cause thats the best solution to your problem, it's alright to hear from other people. Answered by Gabriela Astol 1 year ago.


Prolixin withdrawals information?
does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for?and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals... Asked by Jamie Rainey 1 year ago.

does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking 1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for? and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals occur? i know i should of asked the doctor but he did a videomed which means it was done by a television and he seemed in a bit hurried Answered by Valentina Wolfenden 1 year ago.


What can you tell me about the drug prolixin?
Asked by Estell Mehling 1 year ago.

Dear the Blood of Jesus, As you see trying to answer UR questions as soon as possible some I see have more time left for me to answer so with time I will answer all. All said, Prolixin (fluphenazine)is an anti-psychotic medication in a group of drugs called phenothiazine's . It works by changing the actions of chemicals in your brain.Fluphenazine is used to treat psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions.if you have twitching or uncontrollable movements of your eyes, lips, tongue, face, arms, or legs. This Drug must be stopped immediately and do call the doctor immediately. if you have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, a blood cell disorder, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy, or if you are or anyone is you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's. this medication should not be used too. if you have heart disease or high blood pressure, a history of seizures, Parkinson's disease, liver or kidney disease, severe asthma or breathing problem, past or present breast cancer, adrenal gland tumor, enlarged prostate, urination problems, glaucoma, low levels of calcium in your blood, or if you have ever had a serious side effect while using fluphenazine or similar medicines. Or any other medications that is being taken The doctor must be notified about it.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions. IF you or anyone who have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, or a blood cell disorder low platelets or low red or white blood cell counts, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy should not use that medication too. Also you can not use if you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's such as chlorpromazine (Thorazine), perphenazine (Trilafon), prochlorperazine (Compazine, Compro), promethazine (Adgan, Pentazine, Phenergan), thioridazine (Mellaril), or trifluoperazine (Stelazine).Cold or allergy medicine, sedatives, narcotic pain medicine, sleeping pills, muscle relaxers, and medicine for seizures, depression or anxiety can interact with fluphenazine and cause medical problems or increase side effects. Also please tell you Doctor if you are using or taking, antibiotic,birth control pills or hormone replacement estrogens;blood pressure medication;a blood thinner such as warfarin (Coumadin, Jantoven);certain asthma medications or bronchodilators; incontinence medications;insulin or diabetes medications you take by mouth;medication for nausea, vomiting, or motion sickness;ulcer or irritable bowel medications. There are so many different types of medications that you should tell your Doctor about the best way is always no matter what Medication you take or taken or will be taken please and I urge you please tell your Doctor any and all medications that you take taken or will be taken. It's an Utmost important when you take any medication to tell your doctor any and all medications you are taking or allergic to. If you are not sure what you are allergic to please have allergy test for almost anything that will make it either to know which medication you should and should not take. PLEASE KNOW THIS IS A SMALL AMOUNT KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THIS MEDICATION YOU MUST SPEAK WITH YOUR DR. WITH ANY MEDICAL ADVICE THEY SHOULD KNOW ALL MEDICAL HISTORY OF YOU ANY FAMILY MEMBER FATHER MOTHER SON DAUGHTERS UNCLES AUNTS ANY AND ALL BLOOD RELATIVES IS VERY IMPORTANT. THIS IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE ONLY YOUR DOCTOR KNOW WHAT IS BEST FOR YOU AND THEY MUST KNOW YOUR MEDICAL HISTORY BLOOD TESTES URINE AND SO ON. PLEASE ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR. Answered by Nobuko Vanderroest 1 year ago.


I am on Prolixin Deconate and I need to know how to find out if I am pregnant or not?
I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure.... Asked by Mercedez Harison 1 year ago.

I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure. Any ideas?? Thank you in advance. Heather Answered by Klara Liborio 1 year ago.

There's really no way of knowing for sure. Have you missed a period? If so, take a pregnancy test as a preliminary. If it is negative, and you still have missed your period, you should go into the doctor for a blood test right away. As Prolixin is a class C medication, there is not enough research to know whether it may be harmful during pregnancy, so the sooner you find out if you are pregnant, the better chance your doctor will have to evaluate if another drug would work beneficially in it's place. I know Prolixin has been known to cause false negative, and false positive results, so take a pregnancy test if you have missed your period, and regardless of the result see the doctor for a blood test to know for sure. Try to count back using your last period date to calculate when you would have ovulated to know if it's possible that you may have gotten pregnant within that time frame. Otherwise, a blood test is the only true way you'll be able to find out. Good luck! Answered by Micah Gadsby 1 year ago.

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Does Prolixin cause weight loss and constipation?
Asked by Shawanda Frabott 1 year ago.

I found the book to be very informative and easy to read. I've lost 17 pounds in 12 days, I'm just concerned that I'm losing too much weight, too quickly. I will admit I haven't followed the guide exactly. I'm not sticking perfectly to the listed foods and meal plans (but mostly) and doing very little exercise, but the weight keeps flying off. It clearly works and if I'd followed it exactly I think it would scare the living daylights out of me because of the amount that I'd lose. So thanks again for the information. I've never purchased anything like this before because they are usually full of trash, but 3WD has been a pleasant surprise. Get started today! Answered by Anthony Guger 1 year ago.

invest in a standing desk like the ergotron workfit s 379 ergotron com or get crafty and raise your monitor and keyboard with books Answered by Frederica Delany 1 year ago.

walk at least 15 mins after your meals Answered by Delaine Chodorov 1 year ago.

don t skip breakfast Answered by Jeanice Mcbreen 1 year ago.


Side effects of Prolixin?
if being on Prolixin makes your eye sight blurry, is this reversible? should Prolixin be stopped completely and something else prescribed? Asked by Ricky Schowalter 1 year ago.

Side effects that you should report to your prescriber or health care professional as soon as possible: •blurred vision •breast enlargement in men or women •breast milk in women who are not breast-feeding •chest pain, fast or irregular heartbeat •confusion, restlessness •dark yellow or brown urine •difficulty breathing or swallowing •dizziness or fainting spells •drooling, shaking, movement difficulty (shuffling walk) or rigidity •fever, chills, sore throat •hot, dry skin, unable to sweat •involuntary or uncontrollable movements of the eyes, mouth, head, arms, and legs •menstrual changes •puffing cheeks, smacking lips, or worm-like movements of the tongue •seizures (convulsions) •slurred speech •stomach area pain •sweating •unusual weakness or tiredness •unusual bleeding or bruising •yellowing of skin or eyes Side effects that usually do not require medical attention (report to your prescriber or health care professional if they continue or are bothersome): •constipation •difficulty passing urine •difficulty sleeping, agitation or restlessness •drowsiness •dry mouth •headache •increased sensitivity to the sun or ultraviolet light •sexual difficulties (impotence in men; increased sexual desire in women) •skin rash, or itching •stuffy nose •weight gain Answered by Cindie Meurer 1 year ago.

see your DR for there are many side effect to this drug. Answered by Kirstin Budden 1 year ago.


Taking prolixin mornings instead of night?
Prolixin is causing bad dreams, would adjusting the time of day that is taken help? Asked by Junko Muina 1 year ago.

It might, but it also causes drowsiness, so you'd need to be aware of how it might affect you if you took it during the day. The best thing to do would be to call the doc and check with him first. Answered by Nicky Wascom 1 year ago.


Can my mother go off of Prolixin and not become psychotic again?
For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother... Asked by Carmelia Yeubanks 1 year ago.

My mother has been on a mandatory prolixin shot since I was 16. 24 years is too long to be on the same anti psychotic medication. About 15 years ago my mother looked into my eyes and spoke words that killed my soul. She said to me (when we were at a party being thrown by my ex best friend Sally) : "Is this medication going to hurt me in the long run"? I believe that this medication will hurt my mother in the long run, but she once tried to seriously harm me when she secretly switched herself from her mandatory Prolixin shots to Prolixin tablets that she didn't take. Why do people have to suffer from mental illness at all? Why must my precious mother be forced to take medication that I truly "intuitively" believe might kill her in the end? My entire family is comprised of Born Again Christians who are living to die and be with God in some "elusive" heaven. They all believe wholeheartedly that my mother must ingest this "poison" into her system for the rest of her life, but I wish that there was some other alternative to keep my mother both sane and ALIVE... Answered by Myrta Akahi 1 year ago.

My poor mother became afflicted with Schizophrenia when I was only 10 years old. She woke me up from peaceful dreams and told me that God was going to kill her for being a bad person. The next day she told me that my 2 uncles were going to butcher my 2 precious aunts and all my precious cousins... Won't this stupid medication eventually stop working effectively anyway? My mother has started acting weird (just recently), so I have a bad feeling that her Prolixin has stopped working effectively (but who wants to force her to increase her dosage)? Answered by Tai Diventura 1 year ago.

For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother has ever taken). Answered by Arlinda Orson 1 year ago.

You may want to go with your mother to her next medication appointment. This way you would be able to speak to the person giving her the injections. You can let the person know that your "mother has started acting weird", as you put it. It's important for the person treating you mother to know this. You might be helping your mother and her treatment more than you realize by doing this. Best Wishes. Answered by Vergie Legall 1 year ago.

Some drugs paintings good for a few men and women and now not for others. So sure, it can be that the brand new treatment isn't suited for him. It might even be that he demands a larger dosage, or simply demands longer for the brand new meds to begin running (a few have a cumulative final result and do not paintings right away from day a million). It is obviously some thing he will have to talk to his health practitioner approximately although, as it is nice to check out and uncover some thing with a view to paintings for him. Answered by Reiko Pedroza 1 year ago.

Even though Prolixin is not addicting, the brain may need some time to adjust to Prolixin withdrawal. If your mother stop it too quickly,she may experience shakiness, vomiting, and digestive problems. In order to reduce the chances of Prolixin withdrawal symptoms, your mother healthcare provider may decide to wean you off the medication slowly to avoid severe symptoms. Your mother health-care provider may decide to wean you off Prolixin slowly to avoid severe withdrawal symptoms, although this may not be necessary in all situations. Even if your mother is switching to another medication, your mother health-care provider may still recommend gradually stopping the drug. Be sure to talk with your mother health-care provider before stopping Prolixin. Also, let your mother health-care provider know if she notice any bothersome symptoms after stopping it. Although Prolixinis not addicting and is not likely to be abused, the brain may need some time to adjust to stopping it.Be sure to talk with your mother doctor before stopping Prolixin. Take care as always. Answered by Cris Daley 1 year ago.


Okay to use Prolixin for a teen w/ schizophrenia?
For a teen with early onset of schizophrenia (15 yo) and has tried Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel but has not been effective. Is Prolixin a good choice? Asked by Ernest Chastin 1 year ago.

Only a qualified physician who has been treating the teen can make the decision whether it is appropriate/ok or not. Answered by Henrietta Poland 1 year ago.

It depends somewhat on what symptoms of Schizophrenia has. Prolixin and Haldol are really good at treating hallucination, delusions, and agitation. The newer meds also treat some of the negative symptoms like isolating. Clozaril would be the usual next step after trying those meds. Prolixin and Haldol do work but they have a high incidence of side effects. Some people can tolerate those side effects with additional meds, some people have a permanent effect called tarditive dyskinesia, even after they start the med. Things to consider: make sure the highest dose was tried on the other meds? is an injectable med needed? Is mood lability a major problem? What are realistic goals for this teen? A mood stabilizer with antipsychotic may be a good choice, like Depakote. If the teen had any response to Risperdal, Risperdal Consta with another antipsychotic, like Clozaril may be a good option. The Consta gives a more stable amount of medicine because it is given as an injection every two weeks. Answered by Tora Correiro 1 year ago.

I've used all the medicine at one time or other. I've found the medicine Stelazine to be one of the most effective with fewer side effects. Prolixin caused me to have asthma attacks, particularly at night when I was lying down. Everyone is different and their response to the meds are different. If the patient doesn't have asthma Prolixin is certainly worth considering. There is nothing wrong with Prolixin and the price is certainly right compared to Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel. A medicine to consider skipping in the search for a more successful medicine is Haldol. Be very weary of it. One thing that is an absolute with antipsychotics is if the person skips doses they will be worse off and have more symptoms than they were when they were untreated. No antipsychotic works unless it is taken religiously as prescribed. For non-conformers who can't take the med as prescribed there are shots that the doctor can administer once or twice a month which can be life changing. Generally it is a case of skipping doses that makes medicine ineffective as opposed to what is referred to as 'treatment resistant Schizophrenia" which does indeed exist. If the patient does have treatment resistant Schizophrenia the doctor will eventually move the person on to a medicine called Clozaril which will call for monitoring by blood tests. Always wait 6 weeks after being put on medicine before deciding how effective it is and before choosing another. Prolixin doesn't come with a black label warning against it as does Seroquel, Risperdal and Zyprexa. A black label warning is an FDA warning about increased risk of death. Answered by Sherri Landaker 1 year ago.

It sounds logical to me. Prolixin is a drug that has been used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia. It's an older drug. They tried some of the newer drugs (Risperidol, Zyprexa, Seroquel) without success, so it seems reasonable that an older drug like Prolixin might be the next option. Answered by Celina Dando 1 year ago.

That is a good question, I think you should explain that do your Mental Health doctor cause thats the best solution to your problem, it's alright to hear from other people. Answered by Marissa Bookamer 1 year ago.


Prolixin withdrawals information?
does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for?and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals... Asked by Armand Templin 1 year ago.

does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking 1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for? and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals occur? i know i should of asked the doctor but he did a videomed which means it was done by a television and he seemed in a bit hurried Answered by Lakisha Britson 1 year ago.


What can you tell me about the drug prolixin?
Asked by Jessie Delaine 1 year ago.

Dear the Blood of Jesus, As you see trying to answer UR questions as soon as possible some I see have more time left for me to answer so with time I will answer all. All said, Prolixin (fluphenazine)is an anti-psychotic medication in a group of drugs called phenothiazine's . It works by changing the actions of chemicals in your brain.Fluphenazine is used to treat psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions.if you have twitching or uncontrollable movements of your eyes, lips, tongue, face, arms, or legs. This Drug must be stopped immediately and do call the doctor immediately. if you have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, a blood cell disorder, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy, or if you are or anyone is you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's. this medication should not be used too. if you have heart disease or high blood pressure, a history of seizures, Parkinson's disease, liver or kidney disease, severe asthma or breathing problem, past or present breast cancer, adrenal gland tumor, enlarged prostate, urination problems, glaucoma, low levels of calcium in your blood, or if you have ever had a serious side effect while using fluphenazine or similar medicines. Or any other medications that is being taken The doctor must be notified about it.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions. IF you or anyone who have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, or a blood cell disorder low platelets or low red or white blood cell counts, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy should not use that medication too. Also you can not use if you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's such as chlorpromazine (Thorazine), perphenazine (Trilafon), prochlorperazine (Compazine, Compro), promethazine (Adgan, Pentazine, Phenergan), thioridazine (Mellaril), or trifluoperazine (Stelazine).Cold or allergy medicine, sedatives, narcotic pain medicine, sleeping pills, muscle relaxers, and medicine for seizures, depression or anxiety can interact with fluphenazine and cause medical problems or increase side effects. Also please tell you Doctor if you are using or taking, antibiotic,birth control pills or hormone replacement estrogens;blood pressure medication;a blood thinner such as warfarin (Coumadin, Jantoven);certain asthma medications or bronchodilators; incontinence medications;insulin or diabetes medications you take by mouth;medication for nausea, vomiting, or motion sickness;ulcer or irritable bowel medications. There are so many different types of medications that you should tell your Doctor about the best way is always no matter what Medication you take or taken or will be taken please and I urge you please tell your Doctor any and all medications that you take taken or will be taken. It's an Utmost important when you take any medication to tell your doctor any and all medications you are taking or allergic to. If you are not sure what you are allergic to please have allergy test for almost anything that will make it either to know which medication you should and should not take. PLEASE KNOW THIS IS A SMALL AMOUNT KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THIS MEDICATION YOU MUST SPEAK WITH YOUR DR. WITH ANY MEDICAL ADVICE THEY SHOULD KNOW ALL MEDICAL HISTORY OF YOU ANY FAMILY MEMBER FATHER MOTHER SON DAUGHTERS UNCLES AUNTS ANY AND ALL BLOOD RELATIVES IS VERY IMPORTANT. THIS IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE ONLY YOUR DOCTOR KNOW WHAT IS BEST FOR YOU AND THEY MUST KNOW YOUR MEDICAL HISTORY BLOOD TESTES URINE AND SO ON. PLEASE ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR. Answered by Cristen Blanquet 1 year ago.


I am on Prolixin Deconate and I need to know how to find out if I am pregnant or not?
I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure.... Asked by Jami Linander 1 year ago.

I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure. Any ideas?? Thank you in advance. Heather Answered by Katharina Mcmanuis 1 year ago.

There's really no way of knowing for sure. Have you missed a period? If so, take a pregnancy test as a preliminary. If it is negative, and you still have missed your period, you should go into the doctor for a blood test right away. As Prolixin is a class C medication, there is not enough research to know whether it may be harmful during pregnancy, so the sooner you find out if you are pregnant, the better chance your doctor will have to evaluate if another drug would work beneficially in it's place. I know Prolixin has been known to cause false negative, and false positive results, so take a pregnancy test if you have missed your period, and regardless of the result see the doctor for a blood test to know for sure. Try to count back using your last period date to calculate when you would have ovulated to know if it's possible that you may have gotten pregnant within that time frame. Otherwise, a blood test is the only true way you'll be able to find out. Good luck! Answered by Katerine Letourneaux 1 year ago.

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Does Prolixin cause weight loss and constipation?
Asked by Loreen Easler 1 year ago.

I found the book to be very informative and easy to read. I've lost 17 pounds in 12 days, I'm just concerned that I'm losing too much weight, too quickly. I will admit I haven't followed the guide exactly. I'm not sticking perfectly to the listed foods and meal plans (but mostly) and doing very little exercise, but the weight keeps flying off. It clearly works and if I'd followed it exactly I think it would scare the living daylights out of me because of the amount that I'd lose. So thanks again for the information. I've never purchased anything like this before because they are usually full of trash, but 3WD has been a pleasant surprise. Get started today! Answered by Nolan Clish 1 year ago.

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walk at least 15 mins after your meals Answered by Julia Ziola 1 year ago.

don t skip breakfast Answered by Corene Bednorz 1 year ago.


Side effects of Prolixin?
if being on Prolixin makes your eye sight blurry, is this reversible? should Prolixin be stopped completely and something else prescribed? Asked by Arielle Paterson 1 year ago.

Side effects that you should report to your prescriber or health care professional as soon as possible: •blurred vision •breast enlargement in men or women •breast milk in women who are not breast-feeding •chest pain, fast or irregular heartbeat •confusion, restlessness •dark yellow or brown urine •difficulty breathing or swallowing •dizziness or fainting spells •drooling, shaking, movement difficulty (shuffling walk) or rigidity •fever, chills, sore throat •hot, dry skin, unable to sweat •involuntary or uncontrollable movements of the eyes, mouth, head, arms, and legs •menstrual changes •puffing cheeks, smacking lips, or worm-like movements of the tongue •seizures (convulsions) •slurred speech •stomach area pain •sweating •unusual weakness or tiredness •unusual bleeding or bruising •yellowing of skin or eyes Side effects that usually do not require medical attention (report to your prescriber or health care professional if they continue or are bothersome): •constipation •difficulty passing urine •difficulty sleeping, agitation or restlessness •drowsiness •dry mouth •headache •increased sensitivity to the sun or ultraviolet light •sexual difficulties (impotence in men; increased sexual desire in women) •skin rash, or itching •stuffy nose •weight gain Answered by Constance Pillsbury 1 year ago.

see your DR for there are many side effect to this drug. Answered by Ranee Crinklaw 1 year ago.


Taking prolixin mornings instead of night?
Prolixin is causing bad dreams, would adjusting the time of day that is taken help? Asked by Kaye Degrande 1 year ago.

It might, but it also causes drowsiness, so you'd need to be aware of how it might affect you if you took it during the day. The best thing to do would be to call the doc and check with him first. Answered by Laine Schnathorst 1 year ago.


Can my mother go off of Prolixin and not become psychotic again?
For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother... Asked by Rhea Kirchherr 1 year ago.

My mother has been on a mandatory prolixin shot since I was 16. 24 years is too long to be on the same anti psychotic medication. About 15 years ago my mother looked into my eyes and spoke words that killed my soul. She said to me (when we were at a party being thrown by my ex best friend Sally) : "Is this medication going to hurt me in the long run"? I believe that this medication will hurt my mother in the long run, but she once tried to seriously harm me when she secretly switched herself from her mandatory Prolixin shots to Prolixin tablets that she didn't take. Why do people have to suffer from mental illness at all? Why must my precious mother be forced to take medication that I truly "intuitively" believe might kill her in the end? My entire family is comprised of Born Again Christians who are living to die and be with God in some "elusive" heaven. They all believe wholeheartedly that my mother must ingest this "poison" into her system for the rest of her life, but I wish that there was some other alternative to keep my mother both sane and ALIVE... Answered by Toi Dardis 1 year ago.

My poor mother became afflicted with Schizophrenia when I was only 10 years old. She woke me up from peaceful dreams and told me that God was going to kill her for being a bad person. The next day she told me that my 2 uncles were going to butcher my 2 precious aunts and all my precious cousins... Won't this stupid medication eventually stop working effectively anyway? My mother has started acting weird (just recently), so I have a bad feeling that her Prolixin has stopped working effectively (but who wants to force her to increase her dosage)? Answered by Genevie Pannhoff 1 year ago.

For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother has ever taken). Answered by Simona Stittgen 1 year ago.

You may want to go with your mother to her next medication appointment. This way you would be able to speak to the person giving her the injections. You can let the person know that your "mother has started acting weird", as you put it. It's important for the person treating you mother to know this. You might be helping your mother and her treatment more than you realize by doing this. Best Wishes. Answered by Elnora Kaszynski 1 year ago.

Some drugs paintings good for a few men and women and now not for others. So sure, it can be that the brand new treatment isn't suited for him. It might even be that he demands a larger dosage, or simply demands longer for the brand new meds to begin running (a few have a cumulative final result and do not paintings right away from day a million). It is obviously some thing he will have to talk to his health practitioner approximately although, as it is nice to check out and uncover some thing with a view to paintings for him. Answered by Renda Napolitano 1 year ago.

Even though Prolixin is not addicting, the brain may need some time to adjust to Prolixin withdrawal. If your mother stop it too quickly,she may experience shakiness, vomiting, and digestive problems. In order to reduce the chances of Prolixin withdrawal symptoms, your mother healthcare provider may decide to wean you off the medication slowly to avoid severe symptoms. Your mother health-care provider may decide to wean you off Prolixin slowly to avoid severe withdrawal symptoms, although this may not be necessary in all situations. Even if your mother is switching to another medication, your mother health-care provider may still recommend gradually stopping the drug. Be sure to talk with your mother health-care provider before stopping Prolixin. Also, let your mother health-care provider know if she notice any bothersome symptoms after stopping it. Although Prolixinis not addicting and is not likely to be abused, the brain may need some time to adjust to stopping it.Be sure to talk with your mother doctor before stopping Prolixin. Take care as always. Answered by Kasha Hoinacki 1 year ago.


Okay to use Prolixin for a teen w/ schizophrenia?
For a teen with early onset of schizophrenia (15 yo) and has tried Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel but has not been effective. Is Prolixin a good choice? Asked by Blair Flautt 1 year ago.

Only a qualified physician who has been treating the teen can make the decision whether it is appropriate/ok or not. Answered by Lucie Zappolo 1 year ago.

It depends somewhat on what symptoms of Schizophrenia has. Prolixin and Haldol are really good at treating hallucination, delusions, and agitation. The newer meds also treat some of the negative symptoms like isolating. Clozaril would be the usual next step after trying those meds. Prolixin and Haldol do work but they have a high incidence of side effects. Some people can tolerate those side effects with additional meds, some people have a permanent effect called tarditive dyskinesia, even after they start the med. Things to consider: make sure the highest dose was tried on the other meds? is an injectable med needed? Is mood lability a major problem? What are realistic goals for this teen? A mood stabilizer with antipsychotic may be a good choice, like Depakote. If the teen had any response to Risperdal, Risperdal Consta with another antipsychotic, like Clozaril may be a good option. The Consta gives a more stable amount of medicine because it is given as an injection every two weeks. Answered by Robt Kupiec 1 year ago.

I've used all the medicine at one time or other. I've found the medicine Stelazine to be one of the most effective with fewer side effects. Prolixin caused me to have asthma attacks, particularly at night when I was lying down. Everyone is different and their response to the meds are different. If the patient doesn't have asthma Prolixin is certainly worth considering. There is nothing wrong with Prolixin and the price is certainly right compared to Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel. A medicine to consider skipping in the search for a more successful medicine is Haldol. Be very weary of it. One thing that is an absolute with antipsychotics is if the person skips doses they will be worse off and have more symptoms than they were when they were untreated. No antipsychotic works unless it is taken religiously as prescribed. For non-conformers who can't take the med as prescribed there are shots that the doctor can administer once or twice a month which can be life changing. Generally it is a case of skipping doses that makes medicine ineffective as opposed to what is referred to as 'treatment resistant Schizophrenia" which does indeed exist. If the patient does have treatment resistant Schizophrenia the doctor will eventually move the person on to a medicine called Clozaril which will call for monitoring by blood tests. Always wait 6 weeks after being put on medicine before deciding how effective it is and before choosing another. Prolixin doesn't come with a black label warning against it as does Seroquel, Risperdal and Zyprexa. A black label warning is an FDA warning about increased risk of death. Answered by Kiara Charsky 1 year ago.

It sounds logical to me. Prolixin is a drug that has been used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia. It's an older drug. They tried some of the newer drugs (Risperidol, Zyprexa, Seroquel) without success, so it seems reasonable that an older drug like Prolixin might be the next option. Answered by Inge Blaese 1 year ago.

That is a good question, I think you should explain that do your Mental Health doctor cause thats the best solution to your problem, it's alright to hear from other people. Answered by Patrina Incarnato 1 year ago.


Prolixin withdrawals information?
does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for?and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals... Asked by Chris Gucker 1 year ago.

does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking 1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for? and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals occur? i know i should of asked the doctor but he did a videomed which means it was done by a television and he seemed in a bit hurried Answered by Kelvin Mcarthy 1 year ago.


What can you tell me about the drug prolixin?
Asked by Ashanti Muscarello 1 year ago.

Dear the Blood of Jesus, As you see trying to answer UR questions as soon as possible some I see have more time left for me to answer so with time I will answer all. All said, Prolixin (fluphenazine)is an anti-psychotic medication in a group of drugs called phenothiazine's . It works by changing the actions of chemicals in your brain.Fluphenazine is used to treat psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions.if you have twitching or uncontrollable movements of your eyes, lips, tongue, face, arms, or legs. This Drug must be stopped immediately and do call the doctor immediately. if you have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, a blood cell disorder, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy, or if you are or anyone is you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's. this medication should not be used too. if you have heart disease or high blood pressure, a history of seizures, Parkinson's disease, liver or kidney disease, severe asthma or breathing problem, past or present breast cancer, adrenal gland tumor, enlarged prostate, urination problems, glaucoma, low levels of calcium in your blood, or if you have ever had a serious side effect while using fluphenazine or similar medicines. Or any other medications that is being taken The doctor must be notified about it.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions. IF you or anyone who have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, or a blood cell disorder low platelets or low red or white blood cell counts, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy should not use that medication too. Also you can not use if you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's such as chlorpromazine (Thorazine), perphenazine (Trilafon), prochlorperazine (Compazine, Compro), promethazine (Adgan, Pentazine, Phenergan), thioridazine (Mellaril), or trifluoperazine (Stelazine).Cold or allergy medicine, sedatives, narcotic pain medicine, sleeping pills, muscle relaxers, and medicine for seizures, depression or anxiety can interact with fluphenazine and cause medical problems or increase side effects. Also please tell you Doctor if you are using or taking, antibiotic,birth control pills or hormone replacement estrogens;blood pressure medication;a blood thinner such as warfarin (Coumadin, Jantoven);certain asthma medications or bronchodilators; incontinence medications;insulin or diabetes medications you take by mouth;medication for nausea, vomiting, or motion sickness;ulcer or irritable bowel medications. There are so many different types of medications that you should tell your Doctor about the best way is always no matter what Medication you take or taken or will be taken please and I urge you please tell your Doctor any and all medications that you take taken or will be taken. It's an Utmost important when you take any medication to tell your doctor any and all medications you are taking or allergic to. If you are not sure what you are allergic to please have allergy test for almost anything that will make it either to know which medication you should and should not take. PLEASE KNOW THIS IS A SMALL AMOUNT KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THIS MEDICATION YOU MUST SPEAK WITH YOUR DR. WITH ANY MEDICAL ADVICE THEY SHOULD KNOW ALL MEDICAL HISTORY OF YOU ANY FAMILY MEMBER FATHER MOTHER SON DAUGHTERS UNCLES AUNTS ANY AND ALL BLOOD RELATIVES IS VERY IMPORTANT. THIS IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE ONLY YOUR DOCTOR KNOW WHAT IS BEST FOR YOU AND THEY MUST KNOW YOUR MEDICAL HISTORY BLOOD TESTES URINE AND SO ON. PLEASE ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR. Answered by Kristen Speedy 1 year ago.


I am on Prolixin Deconate and I need to know how to find out if I am pregnant or not?
I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure.... Asked by Monet Vanderwoude 1 year ago.

I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure. Any ideas?? Thank you in advance. Heather Answered by Emerita Digiorgi 1 year ago.

There's really no way of knowing for sure. Have you missed a period? If so, take a pregnancy test as a preliminary. If it is negative, and you still have missed your period, you should go into the doctor for a blood test right away. As Prolixin is a class C medication, there is not enough research to know whether it may be harmful during pregnancy, so the sooner you find out if you are pregnant, the better chance your doctor will have to evaluate if another drug would work beneficially in it's place. I know Prolixin has been known to cause false negative, and false positive results, so take a pregnancy test if you have missed your period, and regardless of the result see the doctor for a blood test to know for sure. Try to count back using your last period date to calculate when you would have ovulated to know if it's possible that you may have gotten pregnant within that time frame. Otherwise, a blood test is the only true way you'll be able to find out. Good luck! Answered by Eura Angeloff 1 year ago.

hmmm...I consider blond jokes are lovely humorous, however I do not like that one. I do not like intercourse jokes. There are lots of dangerous matters on the net already. This one is not particularly as dangerous as such a lot, however nonetheless, I might advocate now not posting any further intercourse jokes. Please. Answered by Lang Lofaro 1 year ago.


Does Prolixin cause weight loss and constipation?
Asked by Fatima Weinzimer 1 year ago.

I found the book to be very informative and easy to read. I've lost 17 pounds in 12 days, I'm just concerned that I'm losing too much weight, too quickly. I will admit I haven't followed the guide exactly. I'm not sticking perfectly to the listed foods and meal plans (but mostly) and doing very little exercise, but the weight keeps flying off. It clearly works and if I'd followed it exactly I think it would scare the living daylights out of me because of the amount that I'd lose. So thanks again for the information. I've never purchased anything like this before because they are usually full of trash, but 3WD has been a pleasant surprise. Get started today! Answered by Arianne Parlet 1 year ago.

invest in a standing desk like the ergotron workfit s 379 ergotron com or get crafty and raise your monitor and keyboard with books Answered by Billie Sacca 1 year ago.

walk at least 15 mins after your meals Answered by Young Fajardo 1 year ago.

don t skip breakfast Answered by Gale Jovich 1 year ago.


Side effects of Prolixin?
if being on Prolixin makes your eye sight blurry, is this reversible? should Prolixin be stopped completely and something else prescribed? Asked by Henrietta Morsell 1 year ago.

Side effects that you should report to your prescriber or health care professional as soon as possible: •blurred vision •breast enlargement in men or women •breast milk in women who are not breast-feeding •chest pain, fast or irregular heartbeat •confusion, restlessness •dark yellow or brown urine •difficulty breathing or swallowing •dizziness or fainting spells •drooling, shaking, movement difficulty (shuffling walk) or rigidity •fever, chills, sore throat •hot, dry skin, unable to sweat •involuntary or uncontrollable movements of the eyes, mouth, head, arms, and legs •menstrual changes •puffing cheeks, smacking lips, or worm-like movements of the tongue •seizures (convulsions) •slurred speech •stomach area pain •sweating •unusual weakness or tiredness •unusual bleeding or bruising •yellowing of skin or eyes Side effects that usually do not require medical attention (report to your prescriber or health care professional if they continue or are bothersome): •constipation •difficulty passing urine •difficulty sleeping, agitation or restlessness •drowsiness •dry mouth •headache •increased sensitivity to the sun or ultraviolet light •sexual difficulties (impotence in men; increased sexual desire in women) •skin rash, or itching •stuffy nose •weight gain Answered by Monique Aragones 1 year ago.

see your DR for there are many side effect to this drug. Answered by Latanya Gamm 1 year ago.


Taking prolixin mornings instead of night?
Prolixin is causing bad dreams, would adjusting the time of day that is taken help? Asked by Codi Stager 1 year ago.

It might, but it also causes drowsiness, so you'd need to be aware of how it might affect you if you took it during the day. The best thing to do would be to call the doc and check with him first. Answered by Myrle Chatcho 1 year ago.


Can my mother go off of Prolixin and not become psychotic again?
For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother... Asked by Mirtha Ehmer 1 year ago.

My mother has been on a mandatory prolixin shot since I was 16. 24 years is too long to be on the same anti psychotic medication. About 15 years ago my mother looked into my eyes and spoke words that killed my soul. She said to me (when we were at a party being thrown by my ex best friend Sally) : "Is this medication going to hurt me in the long run"? I believe that this medication will hurt my mother in the long run, but she once tried to seriously harm me when she secretly switched herself from her mandatory Prolixin shots to Prolixin tablets that she didn't take. Why do people have to suffer from mental illness at all? Why must my precious mother be forced to take medication that I truly "intuitively" believe might kill her in the end? My entire family is comprised of Born Again Christians who are living to die and be with God in some "elusive" heaven. They all believe wholeheartedly that my mother must ingest this "poison" into her system for the rest of her life, but I wish that there was some other alternative to keep my mother both sane and ALIVE... Answered by Noble Achor 1 year ago.

My poor mother became afflicted with Schizophrenia when I was only 10 years old. She woke me up from peaceful dreams and told me that God was going to kill her for being a bad person. The next day she told me that my 2 uncles were going to butcher my 2 precious aunts and all my precious cousins... Won't this stupid medication eventually stop working effectively anyway? My mother has started acting weird (just recently), so I have a bad feeling that her Prolixin has stopped working effectively (but who wants to force her to increase her dosage)? Answered by Zoe Zender 1 year ago.

For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother has ever taken). Answered by Shaun Gillingham 1 year ago.

You may want to go with your mother to her next medication appointment. This way you would be able to speak to the person giving her the injections. You can let the person know that your "mother has started acting weird", as you put it. It's important for the person treating you mother to know this. You might be helping your mother and her treatment more than you realize by doing this. Best Wishes. Answered by Antonio Nitchman 1 year ago.

Some drugs paintings good for a few men and women and now not for others. So sure, it can be that the brand new treatment isn't suited for him. It might even be that he demands a larger dosage, or simply demands longer for the brand new meds to begin running (a few have a cumulative final result and do not paintings right away from day a million). It is obviously some thing he will have to talk to his health practitioner approximately although, as it is nice to check out and uncover some thing with a view to paintings for him. Answered by Brant Goodiel 1 year ago.

Even though Prolixin is not addicting, the brain may need some time to adjust to Prolixin withdrawal. If your mother stop it too quickly,she may experience shakiness, vomiting, and digestive problems. In order to reduce the chances of Prolixin withdrawal symptoms, your mother healthcare provider may decide to wean you off the medication slowly to avoid severe symptoms. Your mother health-care provider may decide to wean you off Prolixin slowly to avoid severe withdrawal symptoms, although this may not be necessary in all situations. Even if your mother is switching to another medication, your mother health-care provider may still recommend gradually stopping the drug. Be sure to talk with your mother health-care provider before stopping Prolixin. Also, let your mother health-care provider know if she notice any bothersome symptoms after stopping it. Although Prolixinis not addicting and is not likely to be abused, the brain may need some time to adjust to stopping it.Be sure to talk with your mother doctor before stopping Prolixin. Take care as always. Answered by Rex Taft 1 year ago.


Okay to use Prolixin for a teen w/ schizophrenia?
For a teen with early onset of schizophrenia (15 yo) and has tried Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel but has not been effective. Is Prolixin a good choice? Asked by Jospeh Kastor 1 year ago.

Only a qualified physician who has been treating the teen can make the decision whether it is appropriate/ok or not. Answered by Maisha Weirich 1 year ago.

It depends somewhat on what symptoms of Schizophrenia has. Prolixin and Haldol are really good at treating hallucination, delusions, and agitation. The newer meds also treat some of the negative symptoms like isolating. Clozaril would be the usual next step after trying those meds. Prolixin and Haldol do work but they have a high incidence of side effects. Some people can tolerate those side effects with additional meds, some people have a permanent effect called tarditive dyskinesia, even after they start the med. Things to consider: make sure the highest dose was tried on the other meds? is an injectable med needed? Is mood lability a major problem? What are realistic goals for this teen? A mood stabilizer with antipsychotic may be a good choice, like Depakote. If the teen had any response to Risperdal, Risperdal Consta with another antipsychotic, like Clozaril may be a good option. The Consta gives a more stable amount of medicine because it is given as an injection every two weeks. Answered by Bailey Carbonell 1 year ago.

I've used all the medicine at one time or other. I've found the medicine Stelazine to be one of the most effective with fewer side effects. Prolixin caused me to have asthma attacks, particularly at night when I was lying down. Everyone is different and their response to the meds are different. If the patient doesn't have asthma Prolixin is certainly worth considering. There is nothing wrong with Prolixin and the price is certainly right compared to Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel. A medicine to consider skipping in the search for a more successful medicine is Haldol. Be very weary of it. One thing that is an absolute with antipsychotics is if the person skips doses they will be worse off and have more symptoms than they were when they were untreated. No antipsychotic works unless it is taken religiously as prescribed. For non-conformers who can't take the med as prescribed there are shots that the doctor can administer once or twice a month which can be life changing. Generally it is a case of skipping doses that makes medicine ineffective as opposed to what is referred to as 'treatment resistant Schizophrenia" which does indeed exist. If the patient does have treatment resistant Schizophrenia the doctor will eventually move the person on to a medicine called Clozaril which will call for monitoring by blood tests. Always wait 6 weeks after being put on medicine before deciding how effective it is and before choosing another. Prolixin doesn't come with a black label warning against it as does Seroquel, Risperdal and Zyprexa. A black label warning is an FDA warning about increased risk of death. Answered by Jose Szczepanik 1 year ago.

It sounds logical to me. Prolixin is a drug that has been used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia. It's an older drug. They tried some of the newer drugs (Risperidol, Zyprexa, Seroquel) without success, so it seems reasonable that an older drug like Prolixin might be the next option. Answered by Kylie Mickens 1 year ago.

That is a good question, I think you should explain that do your Mental Health doctor cause thats the best solution to your problem, it's alright to hear from other people. Answered by Golden Metevia 1 year ago.


Prolixin withdrawals information?
does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for?and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals... Asked by Kirby Millar 1 year ago.

does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking 1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for? and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals occur? i know i should of asked the doctor but he did a videomed which means it was done by a television and he seemed in a bit hurried Answered by Al Laorange 1 year ago.


What can you tell me about the drug prolixin?
Asked by Summer Biscari 1 year ago.

Dear the Blood of Jesus, As you see trying to answer UR questions as soon as possible some I see have more time left for me to answer so with time I will answer all. All said, Prolixin (fluphenazine)is an anti-psychotic medication in a group of drugs called phenothiazine's . It works by changing the actions of chemicals in your brain.Fluphenazine is used to treat psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions.if you have twitching or uncontrollable movements of your eyes, lips, tongue, face, arms, or legs. This Drug must be stopped immediately and do call the doctor immediately. if you have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, a blood cell disorder, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy, or if you are or anyone is you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's. this medication should not be used too. if you have heart disease or high blood pressure, a history of seizures, Parkinson's disease, liver or kidney disease, severe asthma or breathing problem, past or present breast cancer, adrenal gland tumor, enlarged prostate, urination problems, glaucoma, low levels of calcium in your blood, or if you have ever had a serious side effect while using fluphenazine or similar medicines. Or any other medications that is being taken The doctor must be notified about it.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions. IF you or anyone who have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, or a blood cell disorder low platelets or low red or white blood cell counts, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy should not use that medication too. Also you can not use if you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's such as chlorpromazine (Thorazine), perphenazine (Trilafon), prochlorperazine (Compazine, Compro), promethazine (Adgan, Pentazine, Phenergan), thioridazine (Mellaril), or trifluoperazine (Stelazine).Cold or allergy medicine, sedatives, narcotic pain medicine, sleeping pills, muscle relaxers, and medicine for seizures, depression or anxiety can interact with fluphenazine and cause medical problems or increase side effects. Also please tell you Doctor if you are using or taking, antibiotic,birth control pills or hormone replacement estrogens;blood pressure medication;a blood thinner such as warfarin (Coumadin, Jantoven);certain asthma medications or bronchodilators; incontinence medications;insulin or diabetes medications you take by mouth;medication for nausea, vomiting, or motion sickness;ulcer or irritable bowel medications. There are so many different types of medications that you should tell your Doctor about the best way is always no matter what Medication you take or taken or will be taken please and I urge you please tell your Doctor any and all medications that you take taken or will be taken. It's an Utmost important when you take any medication to tell your doctor any and all medications you are taking or allergic to. If you are not sure what you are allergic to please have allergy test for almost anything that will make it either to know which medication you should and should not take. PLEASE KNOW THIS IS A SMALL AMOUNT KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THIS MEDICATION YOU MUST SPEAK WITH YOUR DR. WITH ANY MEDICAL ADVICE THEY SHOULD KNOW ALL MEDICAL HISTORY OF YOU ANY FAMILY MEMBER FATHER MOTHER SON DAUGHTERS UNCLES AUNTS ANY AND ALL BLOOD RELATIVES IS VERY IMPORTANT. THIS IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE ONLY YOUR DOCTOR KNOW WHAT IS BEST FOR YOU AND THEY MUST KNOW YOUR MEDICAL HISTORY BLOOD TESTES URINE AND SO ON. PLEASE ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR. Answered by Angelyn Henggeler 1 year ago.


I am on Prolixin Deconate and I need to know how to find out if I am pregnant or not?
I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure.... Asked by Roxana Roudybush 1 year ago.

I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure. Any ideas?? Thank you in advance. Heather Answered by German Pigue 1 year ago.

There's really no way of knowing for sure. Have you missed a period? If so, take a pregnancy test as a preliminary. If it is negative, and you still have missed your period, you should go into the doctor for a blood test right away. As Prolixin is a class C medication, there is not enough research to know whether it may be harmful during pregnancy, so the sooner you find out if you are pregnant, the better chance your doctor will have to evaluate if another drug would work beneficially in it's place. I know Prolixin has been known to cause false negative, and false positive results, so take a pregnancy test if you have missed your period, and regardless of the result see the doctor for a blood test to know for sure. Try to count back using your last period date to calculate when you would have ovulated to know if it's possible that you may have gotten pregnant within that time frame. Otherwise, a blood test is the only true way you'll be able to find out. Good luck! Answered by Vito Sainz 1 year ago.

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Does Prolixin cause weight loss and constipation?
Asked by Ethan Chiarito 1 year ago.

I found the book to be very informative and easy to read. I've lost 17 pounds in 12 days, I'm just concerned that I'm losing too much weight, too quickly. I will admit I haven't followed the guide exactly. I'm not sticking perfectly to the listed foods and meal plans (but mostly) and doing very little exercise, but the weight keeps flying off. It clearly works and if I'd followed it exactly I think it would scare the living daylights out of me because of the amount that I'd lose. So thanks again for the information. I've never purchased anything like this before because they are usually full of trash, but 3WD has been a pleasant surprise. Get started today! Answered by Corey Buley 1 year ago.

invest in a standing desk like the ergotron workfit s 379 ergotron com or get crafty and raise your monitor and keyboard with books Answered by Leo Mclane 1 year ago.

walk at least 15 mins after your meals Answered by Edgar Merli 1 year ago.

don t skip breakfast Answered by Madlyn Browing 1 year ago.


Side effects of Prolixin?
if being on Prolixin makes your eye sight blurry, is this reversible? should Prolixin be stopped completely and something else prescribed? Asked by Karon Gulde 1 year ago.

Side effects that you should report to your prescriber or health care professional as soon as possible: •blurred vision •breast enlargement in men or women •breast milk in women who are not breast-feeding •chest pain, fast or irregular heartbeat •confusion, restlessness •dark yellow or brown urine •difficulty breathing or swallowing •dizziness or fainting spells •drooling, shaking, movement difficulty (shuffling walk) or rigidity •fever, chills, sore throat •hot, dry skin, unable to sweat •involuntary or uncontrollable movements of the eyes, mouth, head, arms, and legs •menstrual changes •puffing cheeks, smacking lips, or worm-like movements of the tongue •seizures (convulsions) •slurred speech •stomach area pain •sweating •unusual weakness or tiredness •unusual bleeding or bruising •yellowing of skin or eyes Side effects that usually do not require medical attention (report to your prescriber or health care professional if they continue or are bothersome): •constipation •difficulty passing urine •difficulty sleeping, agitation or restlessness •drowsiness •dry mouth •headache •increased sensitivity to the sun or ultraviolet light •sexual difficulties (impotence in men; increased sexual desire in women) •skin rash, or itching •stuffy nose •weight gain Answered by Song Balletta 1 year ago.

see your DR for there are many side effect to this drug. Answered by Myriam Hershnowitz 1 year ago.


Taking prolixin mornings instead of night?
Prolixin is causing bad dreams, would adjusting the time of day that is taken help? Asked by David Michelle 1 year ago.

It might, but it also causes drowsiness, so you'd need to be aware of how it might affect you if you took it during the day. The best thing to do would be to call the doc and check with him first. Answered by Jacquline Schlottmann 1 year ago.


Can my mother go off of Prolixin and not become psychotic again?
For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother... Asked by Esta Melman 1 year ago.

My mother has been on a mandatory prolixin shot since I was 16. 24 years is too long to be on the same anti psychotic medication. About 15 years ago my mother looked into my eyes and spoke words that killed my soul. She said to me (when we were at a party being thrown by my ex best friend Sally) : "Is this medication going to hurt me in the long run"? I believe that this medication will hurt my mother in the long run, but she once tried to seriously harm me when she secretly switched herself from her mandatory Prolixin shots to Prolixin tablets that she didn't take. Why do people have to suffer from mental illness at all? Why must my precious mother be forced to take medication that I truly "intuitively" believe might kill her in the end? My entire family is comprised of Born Again Christians who are living to die and be with God in some "elusive" heaven. They all believe wholeheartedly that my mother must ingest this "poison" into her system for the rest of her life, but I wish that there was some other alternative to keep my mother both sane and ALIVE... Answered by Marci Grit 1 year ago.

My poor mother became afflicted with Schizophrenia when I was only 10 years old. She woke me up from peaceful dreams and told me that God was going to kill her for being a bad person. The next day she told me that my 2 uncles were going to butcher my 2 precious aunts and all my precious cousins... Won't this stupid medication eventually stop working effectively anyway? My mother has started acting weird (just recently), so I have a bad feeling that her Prolixin has stopped working effectively (but who wants to force her to increase her dosage)? Answered by Beckie Montoya 1 year ago.

For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother has ever taken). Answered by Anastasia Disalvatore 1 year ago.

You may want to go with your mother to her next medication appointment. This way you would be able to speak to the person giving her the injections. You can let the person know that your "mother has started acting weird", as you put it. It's important for the person treating you mother to know this. You might be helping your mother and her treatment more than you realize by doing this. Best Wishes. Answered by Luciana Loosli 1 year ago.

Some drugs paintings good for a few men and women and now not for others. So sure, it can be that the brand new treatment isn't suited for him. It might even be that he demands a larger dosage, or simply demands longer for the brand new meds to begin running (a few have a cumulative final result and do not paintings right away from day a million). It is obviously some thing he will have to talk to his health practitioner approximately although, as it is nice to check out and uncover some thing with a view to paintings for him. Answered by Lavera Hontz 1 year ago.

Even though Prolixin is not addicting, the brain may need some time to adjust to Prolixin withdrawal. If your mother stop it too quickly,she may experience shakiness, vomiting, and digestive problems. In order to reduce the chances of Prolixin withdrawal symptoms, your mother healthcare provider may decide to wean you off the medication slowly to avoid severe symptoms. Your mother health-care provider may decide to wean you off Prolixin slowly to avoid severe withdrawal symptoms, although this may not be necessary in all situations. Even if your mother is switching to another medication, your mother health-care provider may still recommend gradually stopping the drug. Be sure to talk with your mother health-care provider before stopping Prolixin. Also, let your mother health-care provider know if she notice any bothersome symptoms after stopping it. Although Prolixinis not addicting and is not likely to be abused, the brain may need some time to adjust to stopping it.Be sure to talk with your mother doctor before stopping Prolixin. Take care as always. Answered by Linda Briden 1 year ago.


Okay to use Prolixin for a teen w/ schizophrenia?
For a teen with early onset of schizophrenia (15 yo) and has tried Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel but has not been effective. Is Prolixin a good choice? Asked by Maryjane Mcquiston 1 year ago.

Only a qualified physician who has been treating the teen can make the decision whether it is appropriate/ok or not. Answered by Ronni Aguillon 1 year ago.

It depends somewhat on what symptoms of Schizophrenia has. Prolixin and Haldol are really good at treating hallucination, delusions, and agitation. The newer meds also treat some of the negative symptoms like isolating. Clozaril would be the usual next step after trying those meds. Prolixin and Haldol do work but they have a high incidence of side effects. Some people can tolerate those side effects with additional meds, some people have a permanent effect called tarditive dyskinesia, even after they start the med. Things to consider: make sure the highest dose was tried on the other meds? is an injectable med needed? Is mood lability a major problem? What are realistic goals for this teen? A mood stabilizer with antipsychotic may be a good choice, like Depakote. If the teen had any response to Risperdal, Risperdal Consta with another antipsychotic, like Clozaril may be a good option. The Consta gives a more stable amount of medicine because it is given as an injection every two weeks. Answered by Lanita Deskin 1 year ago.

I've used all the medicine at one time or other. I've found the medicine Stelazine to be one of the most effective with fewer side effects. Prolixin caused me to have asthma attacks, particularly at night when I was lying down. Everyone is different and their response to the meds are different. If the patient doesn't have asthma Prolixin is certainly worth considering. There is nothing wrong with Prolixin and the price is certainly right compared to Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel. A medicine to consider skipping in the search for a more successful medicine is Haldol. Be very weary of it. One thing that is an absolute with antipsychotics is if the person skips doses they will be worse off and have more symptoms than they were when they were untreated. No antipsychotic works unless it is taken religiously as prescribed. For non-conformers who can't take the med as prescribed there are shots that the doctor can administer once or twice a month which can be life changing. Generally it is a case of skipping doses that makes medicine ineffective as opposed to what is referred to as 'treatment resistant Schizophrenia" which does indeed exist. If the patient does have treatment resistant Schizophrenia the doctor will eventually move the person on to a medicine called Clozaril which will call for monitoring by blood tests. Always wait 6 weeks after being put on medicine before deciding how effective it is and before choosing another. Prolixin doesn't come with a black label warning against it as does Seroquel, Risperdal and Zyprexa. A black label warning is an FDA warning about increased risk of death. Answered by Alvin Sova 1 year ago.

It sounds logical to me. Prolixin is a drug that has been used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia. It's an older drug. They tried some of the newer drugs (Risperidol, Zyprexa, Seroquel) without success, so it seems reasonable that an older drug like Prolixin might be the next option. Answered by Marquitta Knoechel 1 year ago.

That is a good question, I think you should explain that do your Mental Health doctor cause thats the best solution to your problem, it's alright to hear from other people. Answered by Shayne Maikoksoong 1 year ago.


Prolixin withdrawals information?
does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for?and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals... Asked by Ashlyn Duch 1 year ago.

does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking 1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for? and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals occur? i know i should of asked the doctor but he did a videomed which means it was done by a television and he seemed in a bit hurried Answered by Dana Ruller 1 year ago.


What can you tell me about the drug prolixin?
Asked by Eugene Nicolls 1 year ago.

Dear the Blood of Jesus, As you see trying to answer UR questions as soon as possible some I see have more time left for me to answer so with time I will answer all. All said, Prolixin (fluphenazine)is an anti-psychotic medication in a group of drugs called phenothiazine's . It works by changing the actions of chemicals in your brain.Fluphenazine is used to treat psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions.if you have twitching or uncontrollable movements of your eyes, lips, tongue, face, arms, or legs. This Drug must be stopped immediately and do call the doctor immediately. if you have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, a blood cell disorder, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy, or if you are or anyone is you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's. this medication should not be used too. if you have heart disease or high blood pressure, a history of seizures, Parkinson's disease, liver or kidney disease, severe asthma or breathing problem, past or present breast cancer, adrenal gland tumor, enlarged prostate, urination problems, glaucoma, low levels of calcium in your blood, or if you have ever had a serious side effect while using fluphenazine or similar medicines. Or any other medications that is being taken The doctor must be notified about it.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions. IF you or anyone who have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, or a blood cell disorder low platelets or low red or white blood cell counts, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy should not use that medication too. Also you can not use if you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's such as chlorpromazine (Thorazine), perphenazine (Trilafon), prochlorperazine (Compazine, Compro), promethazine (Adgan, Pentazine, Phenergan), thioridazine (Mellaril), or trifluoperazine (Stelazine).Cold or allergy medicine, sedatives, narcotic pain medicine, sleeping pills, muscle relaxers, and medicine for seizures, depression or anxiety can interact with fluphenazine and cause medical problems or increase side effects. Also please tell you Doctor if you are using or taking, antibiotic,birth control pills or hormone replacement estrogens;blood pressure medication;a blood thinner such as warfarin (Coumadin, Jantoven);certain asthma medications or bronchodilators; incontinence medications;insulin or diabetes medications you take by mouth;medication for nausea, vomiting, or motion sickness;ulcer or irritable bowel medications. There are so many different types of medications that you should tell your Doctor about the best way is always no matter what Medication you take or taken or will be taken please and I urge you please tell your Doctor any and all medications that you take taken or will be taken. It's an Utmost important when you take any medication to tell your doctor any and all medications you are taking or allergic to. If you are not sure what you are allergic to please have allergy test for almost anything that will make it either to know which medication you should and should not take. PLEASE KNOW THIS IS A SMALL AMOUNT KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THIS MEDICATION YOU MUST SPEAK WITH YOUR DR. WITH ANY MEDICAL ADVICE THEY SHOULD KNOW ALL MEDICAL HISTORY OF YOU ANY FAMILY MEMBER FATHER MOTHER SON DAUGHTERS UNCLES AUNTS ANY AND ALL BLOOD RELATIVES IS VERY IMPORTANT. THIS IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE ONLY YOUR DOCTOR KNOW WHAT IS BEST FOR YOU AND THEY MUST KNOW YOUR MEDICAL HISTORY BLOOD TESTES URINE AND SO ON. PLEASE ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR. Answered by Valery Montagna 1 year ago.


I am on Prolixin Deconate and I need to know how to find out if I am pregnant or not?
I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure.... Asked by Luna Anthon 1 year ago.

I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure. Any ideas?? Thank you in advance. Heather Answered by Elia Lehan 1 year ago.

There's really no way of knowing for sure. Have you missed a period? If so, take a pregnancy test as a preliminary. If it is negative, and you still have missed your period, you should go into the doctor for a blood test right away. As Prolixin is a class C medication, there is not enough research to know whether it may be harmful during pregnancy, so the sooner you find out if you are pregnant, the better chance your doctor will have to evaluate if another drug would work beneficially in it's place. I know Prolixin has been known to cause false negative, and false positive results, so take a pregnancy test if you have missed your period, and regardless of the result see the doctor for a blood test to know for sure. Try to count back using your last period date to calculate when you would have ovulated to know if it's possible that you may have gotten pregnant within that time frame. Otherwise, a blood test is the only true way you'll be able to find out. Good luck! Answered by Aide Budish 1 year ago.

hmmm...I consider blond jokes are lovely humorous, however I do not like that one. I do not like intercourse jokes. There are lots of dangerous matters on the net already. This one is not particularly as dangerous as such a lot, however nonetheless, I might advocate now not posting any further intercourse jokes. Please. Answered by Jame Meester 1 year ago.


Does Prolixin cause weight loss and constipation?
Asked by Isaura Domingo 1 year ago.

I found the book to be very informative and easy to read. I've lost 17 pounds in 12 days, I'm just concerned that I'm losing too much weight, too quickly. I will admit I haven't followed the guide exactly. I'm not sticking perfectly to the listed foods and meal plans (but mostly) and doing very little exercise, but the weight keeps flying off. It clearly works and if I'd followed it exactly I think it would scare the living daylights out of me because of the amount that I'd lose. So thanks again for the information. I've never purchased anything like this before because they are usually full of trash, but 3WD has been a pleasant surprise. Get started today! Answered by Vanna Hughes 1 year ago.

invest in a standing desk like the ergotron workfit s 379 ergotron com or get crafty and raise your monitor and keyboard with books Answered by Adrian Alwazan 1 year ago.

walk at least 15 mins after your meals Answered by Laquanda Deprey 1 year ago.

don t skip breakfast Answered by Tyson Fierra 1 year ago.


Side effects of Prolixin?
if being on Prolixin makes your eye sight blurry, is this reversible? should Prolixin be stopped completely and something else prescribed? Asked by Clyde Simonetta 1 year ago.

Side effects that you should report to your prescriber or health care professional as soon as possible: •blurred vision •breast enlargement in men or women •breast milk in women who are not breast-feeding •chest pain, fast or irregular heartbeat •confusion, restlessness •dark yellow or brown urine •difficulty breathing or swallowing •dizziness or fainting spells •drooling, shaking, movement difficulty (shuffling walk) or rigidity •fever, chills, sore throat •hot, dry skin, unable to sweat •involuntary or uncontrollable movements of the eyes, mouth, head, arms, and legs •menstrual changes •puffing cheeks, smacking lips, or worm-like movements of the tongue •seizures (convulsions) •slurred speech •stomach area pain •sweating •unusual weakness or tiredness •unusual bleeding or bruising •yellowing of skin or eyes Side effects that usually do not require medical attention (report to your prescriber or health care professional if they continue or are bothersome): •constipation •difficulty passing urine •difficulty sleeping, agitation or restlessness •drowsiness •dry mouth •headache •increased sensitivity to the sun or ultraviolet light •sexual difficulties (impotence in men; increased sexual desire in women) •skin rash, or itching •stuffy nose •weight gain Answered by Anya Luedtke 1 year ago.

see your DR for there are many side effect to this drug. Answered by Lorette Sherril 1 year ago.


Taking prolixin mornings instead of night?
Prolixin is causing bad dreams, would adjusting the time of day that is taken help? Asked by Valeri Spelts 1 year ago.

It might, but it also causes drowsiness, so you'd need to be aware of how it might affect you if you took it during the day. The best thing to do would be to call the doc and check with him first. Answered by Eliseo Dragos 1 year ago.


Can my mother go off of Prolixin and not become psychotic again?
For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother... Asked by Jeraldine Laviero 1 year ago.

My mother has been on a mandatory prolixin shot since I was 16. 24 years is too long to be on the same anti psychotic medication. About 15 years ago my mother looked into my eyes and spoke words that killed my soul. She said to me (when we were at a party being thrown by my ex best friend Sally) : "Is this medication going to hurt me in the long run"? I believe that this medication will hurt my mother in the long run, but she once tried to seriously harm me when she secretly switched herself from her mandatory Prolixin shots to Prolixin tablets that she didn't take. Why do people have to suffer from mental illness at all? Why must my precious mother be forced to take medication that I truly "intuitively" believe might kill her in the end? My entire family is comprised of Born Again Christians who are living to die and be with God in some "elusive" heaven. They all believe wholeheartedly that my mother must ingest this "poison" into her system for the rest of her life, but I wish that there was some other alternative to keep my mother both sane and ALIVE... Answered by Renita Seckington 1 year ago.

My poor mother became afflicted with Schizophrenia when I was only 10 years old. She woke me up from peaceful dreams and told me that God was going to kill her for being a bad person. The next day she told me that my 2 uncles were going to butcher my 2 precious aunts and all my precious cousins... Won't this stupid medication eventually stop working effectively anyway? My mother has started acting weird (just recently), so I have a bad feeling that her Prolixin has stopped working effectively (but who wants to force her to increase her dosage)? Answered by Russ Gogerty 1 year ago.

For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother has ever taken). Answered by Mafalda Feltus 1 year ago.

You may want to go with your mother to her next medication appointment. This way you would be able to speak to the person giving her the injections. You can let the person know that your "mother has started acting weird", as you put it. It's important for the person treating you mother to know this. You might be helping your mother and her treatment more than you realize by doing this. Best Wishes. Answered by Maura Peluso 1 year ago.

Some drugs paintings good for a few men and women and now not for others. So sure, it can be that the brand new treatment isn't suited for him. It might even be that he demands a larger dosage, or simply demands longer for the brand new meds to begin running (a few have a cumulative final result and do not paintings right away from day a million). It is obviously some thing he will have to talk to his health practitioner approximately although, as it is nice to check out and uncover some thing with a view to paintings for him. Answered by Fernanda Reisin 1 year ago.

Even though Prolixin is not addicting, the brain may need some time to adjust to Prolixin withdrawal. If your mother stop it too quickly,she may experience shakiness, vomiting, and digestive problems. In order to reduce the chances of Prolixin withdrawal symptoms, your mother healthcare provider may decide to wean you off the medication slowly to avoid severe symptoms. Your mother health-care provider may decide to wean you off Prolixin slowly to avoid severe withdrawal symptoms, although this may not be necessary in all situations. Even if your mother is switching to another medication, your mother health-care provider may still recommend gradually stopping the drug. Be sure to talk with your mother health-care provider before stopping Prolixin. Also, let your mother health-care provider know if she notice any bothersome symptoms after stopping it. Although Prolixinis not addicting and is not likely to be abused, the brain may need some time to adjust to stopping it.Be sure to talk with your mother doctor before stopping Prolixin. Take care as always. Answered by Mandi Giacomazzi 1 year ago.


Okay to use Prolixin for a teen w/ schizophrenia?
For a teen with early onset of schizophrenia (15 yo) and has tried Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel but has not been effective. Is Prolixin a good choice? Asked by Lourie Tufts 1 year ago.

Only a qualified physician who has been treating the teen can make the decision whether it is appropriate/ok or not. Answered by Heather Scarff 1 year ago.

It depends somewhat on what symptoms of Schizophrenia has. Prolixin and Haldol are really good at treating hallucination, delusions, and agitation. The newer meds also treat some of the negative symptoms like isolating. Clozaril would be the usual next step after trying those meds. Prolixin and Haldol do work but they have a high incidence of side effects. Some people can tolerate those side effects with additional meds, some people have a permanent effect called tarditive dyskinesia, even after they start the med. Things to consider: make sure the highest dose was tried on the other meds? is an injectable med needed? Is mood lability a major problem? What are realistic goals for this teen? A mood stabilizer with antipsychotic may be a good choice, like Depakote. If the teen had any response to Risperdal, Risperdal Consta with another antipsychotic, like Clozaril may be a good option. The Consta gives a more stable amount of medicine because it is given as an injection every two weeks. Answered by Tanna Reczek 1 year ago.

I've used all the medicine at one time or other. I've found the medicine Stelazine to be one of the most effective with fewer side effects. Prolixin caused me to have asthma attacks, particularly at night when I was lying down. Everyone is different and their response to the meds are different. If the patient doesn't have asthma Prolixin is certainly worth considering. There is nothing wrong with Prolixin and the price is certainly right compared to Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel. A medicine to consider skipping in the search for a more successful medicine is Haldol. Be very weary of it. One thing that is an absolute with antipsychotics is if the person skips doses they will be worse off and have more symptoms than they were when they were untreated. No antipsychotic works unless it is taken religiously as prescribed. For non-conformers who can't take the med as prescribed there are shots that the doctor can administer once or twice a month which can be life changing. Generally it is a case of skipping doses that makes medicine ineffective as opposed to what is referred to as 'treatment resistant Schizophrenia" which does indeed exist. If the patient does have treatment resistant Schizophrenia the doctor will eventually move the person on to a medicine called Clozaril which will call for monitoring by blood tests. Always wait 6 weeks after being put on medicine before deciding how effective it is and before choosing another. Prolixin doesn't come with a black label warning against it as does Seroquel, Risperdal and Zyprexa. A black label warning is an FDA warning about increased risk of death. Answered by Joanne Podmore 1 year ago.

It sounds logical to me. Prolixin is a drug that has been used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia. It's an older drug. They tried some of the newer drugs (Risperidol, Zyprexa, Seroquel) without success, so it seems reasonable that an older drug like Prolixin might be the next option. Answered by Jamel Kshywonis 1 year ago.

That is a good question, I think you should explain that do your Mental Health doctor cause thats the best solution to your problem, it's alright to hear from other people. Answered by Inez Frankhouser 1 year ago.


Prolixin withdrawals information?
does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for?and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals... Asked by Josue Tunney 1 year ago.

does anyone know withdrawals from being taken of prolixin(fluphenazine) my husband was taken off from his doctor he was taking 1.5cc for the last 4 months. is there anything i should look out for? and if ther is withdrawals how long should they last? is there any home remedies that can help him if withdrawals occur? i know i should of asked the doctor but he did a videomed which means it was done by a television and he seemed in a bit hurried Answered by Salley Mcilwraith 1 year ago.


What can you tell me about the drug prolixin?
Asked by Pearlie Bickmore 1 year ago.

Dear the Blood of Jesus, As you see trying to answer UR questions as soon as possible some I see have more time left for me to answer so with time I will answer all. All said, Prolixin (fluphenazine)is an anti-psychotic medication in a group of drugs called phenothiazine's . It works by changing the actions of chemicals in your brain.Fluphenazine is used to treat psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions.if you have twitching or uncontrollable movements of your eyes, lips, tongue, face, arms, or legs. This Drug must be stopped immediately and do call the doctor immediately. if you have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, a blood cell disorder, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy, or if you are or anyone is you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's. this medication should not be used too. if you have heart disease or high blood pressure, a history of seizures, Parkinson's disease, liver or kidney disease, severe asthma or breathing problem, past or present breast cancer, adrenal gland tumor, enlarged prostate, urination problems, glaucoma, low levels of calcium in your blood, or if you have ever had a serious side effect while using fluphenazine or similar medicines. Or any other medications that is being taken The doctor must be notified about it.Fluphenazine is not for use in psychotic conditions related to dementia. Fluphenazine may cause heart failure, sudden death, or pneumonia in older adults with dementia-related conditions. IF you or anyone who have liver disease, brain damage, bone marrow depression, or a blood cell disorder low platelets or low red or white blood cell counts, or if you are also using large amounts of alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy should not use that medication too. Also you can not use if you are allergic to fluphenazine or other phenothiazine's such as chlorpromazine (Thorazine), perphenazine (Trilafon), prochlorperazine (Compazine, Compro), promethazine (Adgan, Pentazine, Phenergan), thioridazine (Mellaril), or trifluoperazine (Stelazine).Cold or allergy medicine, sedatives, narcotic pain medicine, sleeping pills, muscle relaxers, and medicine for seizures, depression or anxiety can interact with fluphenazine and cause medical problems or increase side effects. Also please tell you Doctor if you are using or taking, antibiotic,birth control pills or hormone replacement estrogens;blood pressure medication;a blood thinner such as warfarin (Coumadin, Jantoven);certain asthma medications or bronchodilators; incontinence medications;insulin or diabetes medications you take by mouth;medication for nausea, vomiting, or motion sickness;ulcer or irritable bowel medications. There are so many different types of medications that you should tell your Doctor about the best way is always no matter what Medication you take or taken or will be taken please and I urge you please tell your Doctor any and all medications that you take taken or will be taken. It's an Utmost important when you take any medication to tell your doctor any and all medications you are taking or allergic to. If you are not sure what you are allergic to please have allergy test for almost anything that will make it either to know which medication you should and should not take. PLEASE KNOW THIS IS A SMALL AMOUNT KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THIS MEDICATION YOU MUST SPEAK WITH YOUR DR. WITH ANY MEDICAL ADVICE THEY SHOULD KNOW ALL MEDICAL HISTORY OF YOU ANY FAMILY MEMBER FATHER MOTHER SON DAUGHTERS UNCLES AUNTS ANY AND ALL BLOOD RELATIVES IS VERY IMPORTANT. THIS IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE ONLY YOUR DOCTOR KNOW WHAT IS BEST FOR YOU AND THEY MUST KNOW YOUR MEDICAL HISTORY BLOOD TESTES URINE AND SO ON. PLEASE ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR. Answered by Apolonia Degolyer 1 year ago.


I am on Prolixin Deconate and I need to know how to find out if I am pregnant or not?
I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure.... Asked by Izetta Eckroad 1 year ago.

I have been on the Prolixin Deconate for four months. I am experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, but did some research on this medication; I found out that Prolixin can mask the results of Pregnancy tests. If It were to be true, I have calculated that I would be exactly 6 weeks and 1 day. But I'm just not sure. Any ideas?? Thank you in advance. Heather Answered by Jacquline Brossart 1 year ago.

There's really no way of knowing for sure. Have you missed a period? If so, take a pregnancy test as a preliminary. If it is negative, and you still have missed your period, you should go into the doctor for a blood test right away. As Prolixin is a class C medication, there is not enough research to know whether it may be harmful during pregnancy, so the sooner you find out if you are pregnant, the better chance your doctor will have to evaluate if another drug would work beneficially in it's place. I know Prolixin has been known to cause false negative, and false positive results, so take a pregnancy test if you have missed your period, and regardless of the result see the doctor for a blood test to know for sure. Try to count back using your last period date to calculate when you would have ovulated to know if it's possible that you may have gotten pregnant within that time frame. Otherwise, a blood test is the only true way you'll be able to find out. Good luck! Answered by Rosalia Antillon 1 year ago.

hmmm...I consider blond jokes are lovely humorous, however I do not like that one. I do not like intercourse jokes. There are lots of dangerous matters on the net already. This one is not particularly as dangerous as such a lot, however nonetheless, I might advocate now not posting any further intercourse jokes. Please. Answered by Ozella Hawkinberry 1 year ago.


Does Prolixin cause weight loss and constipation?
Asked by Lynnette Schepens 1 year ago.

I found the book to be very informative and easy to read. I've lost 17 pounds in 12 days, I'm just concerned that I'm losing too much weight, too quickly. I will admit I haven't followed the guide exactly. I'm not sticking perfectly to the listed foods and meal plans (but mostly) and doing very little exercise, but the weight keeps flying off. It clearly works and if I'd followed it exactly I think it would scare the living daylights out of me because of the amount that I'd lose. So thanks again for the information. I've never purchased anything like this before because they are usually full of trash, but 3WD has been a pleasant surprise. Get started today! Answered by Krystina Kaloustian 1 year ago.

invest in a standing desk like the ergotron workfit s 379 ergotron com or get crafty and raise your monitor and keyboard with books Answered by Buena Kaua 1 year ago.

walk at least 15 mins after your meals Answered by Kasandra Eshmon 1 year ago.

don t skip breakfast Answered by Suzie Redler 1 year ago.


Side effects of Prolixin?
if being on Prolixin makes your eye sight blurry, is this reversible? should Prolixin be stopped completely and something else prescribed? Asked by Emmy Rockhill 1 year ago.

Side effects that you should report to your prescriber or health care professional as soon as possible: •blurred vision •breast enlargement in men or women •breast milk in women who are not breast-feeding •chest pain, fast or irregular heartbeat •confusion, restlessness •dark yellow or brown urine •difficulty breathing or swallowing •dizziness or fainting spells •drooling, shaking, movement difficulty (shuffling walk) or rigidity •fever, chills, sore throat •hot, dry skin, unable to sweat •involuntary or uncontrollable movements of the eyes, mouth, head, arms, and legs •menstrual changes •puffing cheeks, smacking lips, or worm-like movements of the tongue •seizures (convulsions) •slurred speech •stomach area pain •sweating •unusual weakness or tiredness •unusual bleeding or bruising •yellowing of skin or eyes Side effects that usually do not require medical attention (report to your prescriber or health care professional if they continue or are bothersome): •constipation •difficulty passing urine •difficulty sleeping, agitation or restlessness •drowsiness •dry mouth •headache •increased sensitivity to the sun or ultraviolet light •sexual difficulties (impotence in men; increased sexual desire in women) •skin rash, or itching •stuffy nose •weight gain Answered by Shandi Ludwick 1 year ago.

see your DR for there are many side effect to this drug. Answered by Ken Wannamaker 1 year ago.


Taking prolixin mornings instead of night?
Prolixin is causing bad dreams, would adjusting the time of day that is taken help? Asked by Hulda Tiwald 1 year ago.

It might, but it also causes drowsiness, so you'd need to be aware of how it might affect you if you took it during the day. The best thing to do would be to call the doc and check with him first. Answered by Bertha Laflore 1 year ago.


Can my mother go off of Prolixin and not become psychotic again?
For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother... Asked by Kecia Chreene 1 year ago.

My mother has been on a mandatory prolixin shot since I was 16. 24 years is too long to be on the same anti psychotic medication. About 15 years ago my mother looked into my eyes and spoke words that killed my soul. She said to me (when we were at a party being thrown by my ex best friend Sally) : "Is this medication going to hurt me in the long run"? I believe that this medication will hurt my mother in the long run, but she once tried to seriously harm me when she secretly switched herself from her mandatory Prolixin shots to Prolixin tablets that she didn't take. Why do people have to suffer from mental illness at all? Why must my precious mother be forced to take medication that I truly "intuitively" believe might kill her in the end? My entire family is comprised of Born Again Christians who are living to die and be with God in some "elusive" heaven. They all believe wholeheartedly that my mother must ingest this "poison" into her system for the rest of her life, but I wish that there was some other alternative to keep my mother both sane and ALIVE... Answered by Myles Lowery 1 year ago.

My poor mother became afflicted with Schizophrenia when I was only 10 years old. She woke me up from peaceful dreams and told me that God was going to kill her for being a bad person. The next day she told me that my 2 uncles were going to butcher my 2 precious aunts and all my precious cousins... Won't this stupid medication eventually stop working effectively anyway? My mother has started acting weird (just recently), so I have a bad feeling that her Prolixin has stopped working effectively (but who wants to force her to increase her dosage)? Answered by Janetta Argiro 1 year ago.

For the first 6 years that my mother was afflicted with this disease she (unfortunately) went off and on her medication (that she took in tablet form). For all I know-My mother has been ingesting Prolixin into her system for 30 years (since I don't know if that is the only anti psychotic medication my mother has ever taken). Answered by Nona Turek 1 year ago.

You may want to go with your mother to her next medication appointment. This way you would be able to speak to the person giving her the injections. You can let the person know that your "mother has started acting weird", as you put it. It's important for the person treating you mother to know this. You might be helping your mother and her treatment more than you realize by doing this. Best Wishes. Answered by Ute Lindo 1 year ago.

Some drugs paintings good for a few men and women and now not for others. So sure, it can be that the brand new treatment isn't suited for him. It might even be that he demands a larger dosage, or simply demands longer for the brand new meds to begin running (a few have a cumulative final result and do not paintings right away from day a million). It is obviously some thing he will have to talk to his health practitioner approximately although, as it is nice to check out and uncover some thing with a view to paintings for him. Answered by Henrietta Hafenstein 1 year ago.

Even though Prolixin is not addicting, the brain may need some time to adjust to Prolixin withdrawal. If your mother stop it too quickly,she may experience shakiness, vomiting, and digestive problems. In order to reduce the chances of Prolixin withdrawal symptoms, your mother healthcare provider may decide to wean you off the medication slowly to avoid severe symptoms. Your mother health-care provider may decide to wean you off Prolixin slowly to avoid severe withdrawal symptoms, although this may not be necessary in all situations. Even if your mother is switching to another medication, your mother health-care provider may still recommend gradually stopping the drug. Be sure to talk with your mother health-care provider before stopping Prolixin. Also, let your mother health-care provider know if she notice any bothersome symptoms after stopping it. Although Prolixinis not addicting and is not likely to be abused, the brain may need some time to adjust to stopping it.Be sure to talk with your mother doctor before stopping Prolixin. Take care as always. Answered by Stephane Strohman 1 year ago.


Okay to use Prolixin for a teen w/ schizophrenia?
For a teen with early onset of schizophrenia (15 yo) and has tried Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel but has not been effective. Is Prolixin a good choice? Asked by Paul Termini 1 year ago.

Only a qualified physician who has been treating the teen can make the decision whether it is appropriate/ok or not. Answered by Cassie Durell 1 year ago.

It depends somewhat on what symptoms of Schizophrenia has. Prolixin and Haldol are really good at treating hallucination, delusions, and agitation. The newer meds also treat some of the negative symptoms like isolating. Clozaril would be the usual next step after trying those meds. Prolixin and Haldol do work but they have a high incidence of side effects. Some people can tolerate those side effects with additional meds, some people have a permanent effect called tarditive dyskinesia, even after they start the med. Things to consider: make sure the highest dose was tried on the other meds? is an injectable med needed? Is mood lability a major problem? What are realistic goals for this teen? A mood stabilizer with antipsychotic may be a good choice, like Depakote. If the teen had any response to Risperdal, Risperdal Consta with another antipsychotic, like Clozaril may be a good option. The Consta gives a more stable amount of medicine because it is given as an injection every two weeks. Answered by Cherie Nelder 1 year ago.

I've used all the medicine at one time or other. I've found the medicine Stelazine to be one of the most effective with fewer side effects. Prolixin caused me to have asthma attacks, particularly at night when I was lying down. Everyone is different and their response to the meds are different. If the patient doesn't have asthma Prolixin is certainly worth considering. There is nothing wrong with Prolixin and the price is certainly right compared to Risperdal, Zyprexa and Seroquel. A medicine to consider skipping in the search for a more successful medicine is Haldol. Be very weary of it. One thing that is an absolute with antipsychotics is if the person skips doses they will be worse off and have more symptoms than they were when they were untreated. No antipsychotic works unless it is taken religiously as prescribed. For non-conformers who can't take the med as prescribed there are shots that the doctor can administer once or twice a month which can be life changing. Generally it is a case of skipping doses that makes medicine ineffective as opposed to what is referred to as 'treatment resistant Schizophrenia" which does indeed exist. If the patient does have treatment resistant Schizophrenia the doctor will eventually move the person on to a medicine called Clozaril which will call for monitoring by blood tests. Always wait 6 weeks after being put on medicine before deciding how effective it is and before choosing another. Prolixin doesn't come with a black label warning against it as does Seroquel, Risperdal and Zyprexa. A black label warning is an FDA warning about increased risk of death. Answered by Jeannette Balleza 1 year ago.

It sounds logical to me. Prolixin is a drug that has been used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia. It's an older drug. They tried some of the newer drugs (Risperidol, Zyprexa, Seroquel) without success, so it seems reasonable that an older drug like Prolixin might be the next option. Answered by Chantal Rhoney 1 year ago.

That is a good question, I think you should explain that do your Mental Health doctor cause thats the best solution to your problem, it's alright to hear from other people. Answered by Fatimah Claar 1 year ago.


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