Ariphrenz 5 MG Tablet MD

Manufactured by Alkem Laboratories Ltd
Composition: Aripiprazole
Prescription Required: Yes

Description

Ariphrenz 5 MG Tablet MD is an antipsychotic drug used for the treatment of Schizophrenia, and other mood disorders. Take this medicine at the same time regularly. This medicine can only control the symptoms but cannot cure the disease.

Highlights

Commonly asked questions for Ariphrenz 5 MG Tablet MD

Onset of action

The peak effect of this medicine can be observed in 1 to 3 hours for an immediate release tablet and 5 to 7 hours for an extended release tablet.

Duration of effect

The effect of this medicine lasts for an average duration of 3 to 4 days.

Safe with alcohol?

moderate

Consumption of alcohol with this medicine is not recommended as it can result in dizziness and difficulty in concentration. Avoid activities that need mental alertness like driving or operating machinery.

Is it habit forming?

No habit forming tendency has been reported

Pregnancy warnings

This medicine is not recommended for pregnant women. Use only if clearly needed when no safer alternative is available.

Breast-feeding warnings

This medicine is known to be excreted in human breast milk. It is not recommended for breastfeeding women. Use only if clearly needed when no safer alternative is available.

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