Loxapine is an antipsychotic drug that is used to deal with schizophrenia. Loxapine may also be used for purposes not noted in this medication overview. If you have decreased alertness triggered by taking specific medications or drinking alcohol, you should not use loxapine. You need to not use loxapine if you dislike loxapine or amoxapine, or if you have decreased alertness triggered by taking particular drugs or drinking alcohol. Loxapine might increase the risk of death in older adults with dementia-related psychosis and is not approved for this use. Tell your physician if you are pregnant or you get pregnant. When you start taking loxapine, you may not start feeling better right away. Call your medical professional if your symptoms do not boost, or if they get even worse while utilizing loxapine. Take the medicine as quickly as you can, but avoid the missed out on dosage if it is almost time for your next dosage.
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