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What are long term side effects of Latuda?

What are long term side effects of Latuda?

Long term (months or years) of elevated prolactin can lead to osteoporosis, or increased risk of bone fractures. Some people may develop muscle related side effects while taking lurasidone. The technical terms for these are “extrapyramidal symptoms” (EPS) and “tardive dyskinesia” (TD).

Does Latuda akathisia go away?

Once your doctor lowers your medication dose or finds the proper treatment, akathisia will usually go away. For a small group of people, it might last for 6 months or more.

Does Latuda have a sedative effect?

Side Effects of Latuda Since antipsychotics are a form of sedative, many of the more common side effects are related to drowsiness and dizziness.

Are there any side effects to taking Latuda?

Some people may have mild side effects while taking Latuda. Examples of mild side effects that have been reported with Latuda include: runny or stuffy nose; sleepiness; nausea and vomiting

How long do withdrawal symptoms last after taking Latuda?

Some people may not experience many withdrawal symptoms, while others may be plagued with debilitating withdrawal effects for weeks (or months) following their last dose. Certain individuals are naturally more sensitive to withdrawal from drugs than others.

What’s the maximum amount of Latuda you can take?

It can be taken from the starting dose of 40 mg all the way up to a maximum daily amount of 160 mg. Individuals with bipolar depression typically take anywhere from 20 mg to 120 mg (the daily maximum). It should be noted that titrating upwards from the starting dosage is typically not necessary and doesn’t usually yield any additional benefit.

Why do I feel like a zombie after withdrawal from Latuda?

You may feel like a zombie and/or as if your normal self has left your body. This is largely due to changes in neurotransmitters and brain activity as a result of withdrawal. Over time, you should return to feeling like your normal self again. Depression: It is very common to feel depressed during withdrawal from Latuda.

What are the side effects of Latuda HCl tablets?

Common side effects may include: drowsiness; weight gain; tremors, muscle stiffness, problems with muscle movement; feeling restless or being unable to sit still; nausea, vomiting;

Some people may not experience many withdrawal symptoms, while others may be plagued with debilitating withdrawal effects for weeks (or months) following their last dose. Certain individuals are naturally more sensitive to withdrawal from drugs than others.

What happens to your memory when you take Latuda?

Memory problems: This drug is thought to help improve cognition and deficits that people experience as a result of schizophrenia. When you come off of it, you may notice that your memory isn’t as good as it was while you took the drug. In some cases your memory may be worse than before you took your first dose of the drug.

Are there any other drugs that work with Latuda?

There are hundreds of other drugs which are known to interact with Latuda in major, moderate, or mild ways, so let your doctor know what other medications you are taking before you begin taking the medication.