Seroquel ( Quetiapine) and Zyprexa (Olanzapine) are both Antipsychotics but Zyprexa is also an antimanic. Zyprexa is indicated for the treatment of bipolar disorder where as Seroquel is not.
This website might help. It has the side effects of zyprexa and how frequently they occur. http://www.alexanderlaw.com/zyprexa/side-effects.html
There are no known drug interactions between Zyprexa and the levonorgestrel morning after pill.
No, it does not.
A definite yes. I was just prescribed seroquel on top of my existing zyprexa prescription.
My psychiatrist said that Seroquel and Zyprexa target different receptors to an extent. So, you can take both. When I was in the psyche ward, the staff psychiatrist gave me zyprexa and seroquel together at night. Personally, I got a lot of energy from taking seroquel and zyprexa together that night and refused to do it again.
Ativan and Zyprexa do not mix and can cause serious health issues including death.
Nothing you feel higher though taking zyprexa after but long term usage could hurt you
ask your doc first, but i take 10mg zyprexa at nite to sleep while on a 16mg a day suboxone treatment
my son has been perscribe zyprexa,fanapt,propranolol,trazodone,ativan,inderal,vicodin is this safe for him to take all this medication together?
Yes, i gained 19 pounds in one month after starting zyprexa, i stopped taking it and kept gaining for another year.
Certainly not, Zyprexa (Olanzapine) is a powerful antipsychotic drug with an extensive list of rather terrible side effects, especially with long-term use.
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I'm currently taking both--the lexapro fro anxiety, and the zyprexa for tourette's syndrome. My doctor had no problem prescribing both--however, it's always best to check with your doctor!
According to Physicians' Desk Reference, the most common side effects of Zyprexa (Olanzapine) include weight gain when used to treat certain conditions in both adults and adolescents.
April 2011 accordig to govt web site.
Yes...Zyprexa (Olanzapine). The bigest problem with it is weight gain. --------------- It depends on what you are taking it for. Abilify is prescribed for schizophrenia, bipolar mania, and recently it has been marketed for depression. From experience I do not think the feeling produced is in any way similar to zyprexa. Abilify is a partial D2 agonist and zyprexa is a potent D2 antagonist. From experience abilify = no appetite and akathisia zyprexa= sedation weight gain I have been told that the new antipsychotic saphris is very similar to abilify. It looks promising but there is a very high rate of extrapyramidal symptoms (about 20%)
Since Zyprexa is barely water soluble, it will be hardly absorbed through your nasal mucus membrance. All you will achieve is a horrible burn which will then drip horrible bitter taste down your throat and and red eyes. If you require a quicker dose of Zyprexa for medical reasons, use it sublingually (if you can handle the taste). Sublingual means holding it under your tongue and letting it dissolve there.