Potential side effects
All medicines may cause side effects. However, many people do not experience them.
Most of the side effects listed here will improve with time. Speak with your doctor or pharmacist if they persist, become bothersome or worsen.
Increase your intake of fluids and include more fibre (vegetables and fruits) in your diet. Incorporate some exercise in your daily routine.
Consult your doctor or pharmacist if you require any laxatives.
Do not drive or operate any machinery.
Discuss with your doctor if you can take your medicine at a different time of the day.
Serious side effects
If you experience signs of allergy such as rashes, swelling of lips/face/throat and difficulty breathing, stop this medicine immediately and seek medical attention.
Amisulpride may cause unusual movements involving the face or tongue, muscle stiffness, shakiness and unsteadiness on your feet. Please notify your doctor if this happens after you have been given this medicine.
Amisulpride may also cause changes in menstrual periods and can affect the breasts for both males and females (including abnormal production of breast milk). Please consult your doctor if this occurs after taking this medicine.
A condition known as Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome may occur rarely. Symptoms include but are not limited to fever, muscle rigidity, altered mental state/ consciousness and/or irregular blood pressure, heart rhythm and palpitations. If you develop any of these symptoms, other unexplained symptoms while taking this medicine or require further information consult your doctor.
Take note that the side effects listed here are not exhaustive. Do seek medical attention if you develop any unusual or other symptoms while taking this medicine.
What do I need to tell my doctor before I take this medicine?
This medicine may interact with a number of medicines. Inform your doctor if you are taking or intend to start taking other medicines or supplements.
What are the things I need to know or look out for while taking this medicine?
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