Anquil Benperidol and/or alternatives
Anquil 0.25mgManufacturer: Archimedes Pharma Source Country : United Kingdom
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Description of Anquil
Anquil belongs to a class of drugs known as antipsychotics. The active ingredient in Anquil is benperidol. Your doctor may ask you to buy Anquil to control abnormal, harmful sexual behavior. Anquil is administered orally.
Indications & Dosage of Anquil
Anquil is prescribed to restrain disruptive sexual behavior caused by a mental illness. Our body contains a natural compound dopamine which is responsible for regulating our moods and behaviors. The overstimulation of dopamine may lead to mental illness. Anquil works by blocking the dopamine receptors and helps control mental illness.
The dosage of Anquil depends on the patient’s condition and the type of illness. Most doctors prescribe Anquil 0.25-1.5 mg per day in divided doses.
You can take Anquil with or without food. Do not miss any dose.
Side Effects & Interactions of Anquil
Anquil may cause some undesirable side effects. These may include:
- Increased salivation
- Extrapyramidal effects
- Tardive Dyskinesia
- Loss of appetite
Anquil may cause serious side effects that require immediate medical attention. If you notice any of these symptoms, contact your doctor immediately :
- Abnormal movements of the face, jaw and lips and tongue
- Muscle stiffness, faster breathing and high fever
Anquil interacts with other medicines and augments the side effects. Inform your doctor about all the drugs you take, especially if they include :
- Sleeping tablets
- Opiod painkillers
Warnings & Precautions of Anquil
Anquil should not be used in certain cases. If you suffer from any of these medical conditions, you should inform your doctor before commencing treatment with Anquil:
- Parkinson’s disease
- Comatose states
- Abnormal body movements like muscle stiffness, restlessness and twitching
- Galactose intolerance
- Lapp Lactose deficiency
- Reduced activity of the central nervous system like reduced awareness and slow reactions
- Liver disease
- Heart disease
- Kidney disease
- Dementia in elderly people
- Family history of heart problems and resultant sudden death
- High blood pressure
- Disturbance in electrolyte levels
Under certain medical conditions, Anquil should be used with caution. These include :
It is generally not advisable to take Anquil during pregnancy. You should consult your doctor if you conceive during treatment with Anquil or plan to do so. Lactating mothers should consult their doctors before taking Anquil.
Before commencing treatment with Anquil, your physician may get an ECG of your heart to check your heart function. You may have to undergo tests to determine your liver function and blood cells if you are taking this drug for long.
Anquil causes a rare side effect known as neuroleptic malignant syndrome. The symptoms are muscle stiffness, high fever, faster breathing, sweating and sleepiness. If you notice any of the symptoms, consult your doctor immediately.
Anquil causes drowsiness in some patients. You should avoid driving or operating machines that require you to be alert. You should also abstain from alcohol.
Do not stop the medication without your doctor’s consent. Anquil only controls the symptoms of mental illness and does not cure it. If you stop taking the drug suddenly you may experience withdrawal symptoms.
Anquil is not safe for children. You should never buy Anquil for young children. Elderly patients should also discuss the side effects with their doctors.