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If child (3-4 years old) given tab. metcloprmaid 10mg by mistak for 14 dayes, Is extrapyramidal side effect appear for him ??

If child (3-4 years old) given tab. metcloprmaid 10mg by mistak for 14 dayes, Is extrapyramidal side effect appear for him ??

Reglan (metoclopramide): Although this is the adult dose, it needs to be taken on a long term basis, for extrapyramidal side effects. A great resource for medication questions is Poison Control. ...Read more

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Am I likely to get akathisia for any other extrapyramidal side effects if I start on Latuda (lurasidone)? Could I possibly not? It is ranked 4th most for eps.

Am I likely to get akathisia for any other extrapyramidal side effects if I start on Latuda (lurasidone)? Could I possibly not? It is ranked 4th most for eps.

Approach: If you take Latuda, (lurasidone) and you get bad side effects, let your doctor know, stop the product, and take something else. Over the introductory use period, the adverse effects will be reversible on stopping. ...Read more

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Are there extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, (haloperidol) mellaril, or cardiazem?

Are there extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, (haloperidol) mellaril, or cardiazem?

Some: Yes for the first 3 which are 1st generation antipsychotic meds. I've not heard of it or suspect for cardiazem (diltiazem) which is a heart med. Extrapyramidal sx (eps) include: tremors, stiffness, restlessness. They can be managed by dosage reduction, change in med or by giving meds that counter such as cogentin, propranolol, amantadine and sometime ativan. ...Read more

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Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, (haloperidol) mellaril, or cardiazem, what to do?

Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, (haloperidol) mellaril, or cardiazem, what to do?

EPS: Discuss with your prescribing doctor. Depending on the type of EPS, there are many medications to manage them. ...Read more

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Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, (haloperidol) mellaril, or cardiazem, is this true?

Extrapyramidal symptoms occur with thorazine, haldol, (haloperidol) mellaril, or cardiazem, is this true?

Yes: Yes, all of these medications can potentially cause eps. The first 3 are much more likely than the 4th due to mechanism of action. ...Read more

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What is the cause of edward's syndrome?

What is the cause of edward's syndrome?

Defective transfer: When eggs/sperm form they go through a process where the pairs of chromosomes split.Each resulting egg or sperm should only have one of the pair. When /if an egg or sperm fails to drop one or part of the chromosome 18, it will have excessive material once conception occurs.That extra material interferes with normal development. ...Read more

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I have brougda syndrome. What is its cause?

I have brougda syndrome. What is its cause?

Mutation: Brugada is caused by a mutation in a gene for a sodium channel. Be sure you become educated about this illness, including whether you are a candidate for an implantable defibrillator. ...Read more

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What are the actual causes of this syndrome?

Need More Info: I need more information to understand your question. Please ask the question using specific information about the syndrome you are asking about. ...Read more

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What causes the dryness in sjögren’s syndrome?

What causes the dryness in sjögren’s syndrome?

Inflammation: Sjogren syndrome is the disease marked by inflammation in the organs producing lubrication - tear glans, salivary glands etc. Those cells that are responsible for secreting lubrication are being constantly destroyed by autoimmune inflammation. ...Read more

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What are the main causes of cotard's syndrome?

What are the main causes of cotard's syndrome?

Hypothesis: This syndrome is also called "walking dead" because those suffering from it deny they exist; or sometimes that parts of their body are real.Cause is believed to be malfunction in 2 parts of the brain: fusiform gyrus (recognizes faces) & amygdala (processes your emotions. When these 2 areas go haywire and a person cannot recognize what should be familiar faces, holding on to reality is tough. ...Read more

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What causes down syndrome?

What causes down syndrome?

DNA defects: Chromosome 21 seems to be the cause. Two most common types are trisomy 21 where ther is an entire extra chromosome in each cell. The other is translocation where only an extra piece of the chromosome is found. It can be an isolated defect or an inherited defect. Rare exotic forms include polyploidy and haploid forms and chimeras. Sorry you asked? ...Read more

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What causes meige syndrome?

What causes meige syndrome?

Control center: The answer is long and complicated and not fully understood. It is believed to be caused by a defect in a large network of brain cells. ...Read more

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What causes patau syndrome?

What causes patau syndrome?

Extra chromosome 13: Patau syndrome is a syndrome caused by a chromosomal abnormality, in which some or all of the cells of the body contain extra genetic material from chromosome 13. Symptoms include polydactyly, holoprosencephaly, coloboma of the iris, scalp defect, clenched, overlapping fingers, many midline defects, severe mental retardation, short life spans(<1yr avg) ...Read more

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What causes patau syndrome?

What causes patau syndrome?

It's not: Patau syndrome arises from a non-disjunction event prevents the 18 chromosome from dividing its pair & sends 2, not one to the egg. At conception the sperm brings along another 18 & there ends up being 3. The presence of the extra 18 causes the developing fetus to misread the genetic instructions and many defects occur. ...Read more

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What is patau syndrome cause?

What is patau syndrome cause?

Non-disjunction.: The majority of cases of the lethal patau or trisomy 13 syndrome are caused by nondisjunction (47, +13) related to advanced maternal age. Robertsonian translocations of either parent can increase the risk for that couple, although most affected embryos die in utero. ...Read more