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Sulpiride is a type of medicine called an antipsychotic. It is used to treat the psychiatric illness schizophrenia.

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Sulpiride works by blocking dopamine receptors in the brain. Dopamine is a natural compound called a neurotransmitter. These are chemicals that are stored in nerve cells and are involved in transmitting messages between the nerve cells. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter known to be involved in regulating mood and behaviour, amongst other things

Stop the treatment and contact your doctor or a hospital emergency room
immediately, if the following side effects appear:
Common side effects:
 Tremor, stiffness and shuffling (Parkinsonism); trembling, muscle spasms, slow movement
(extrapyramidal effects).
Rare side effects:
 Heart problems such as: strong, irregular, rapid or very slow heartbeats; breathing
difficulties such as: wheezing, shortness of breath, tightness in the chest and chest pains.
Side effects of unknown frequency:
 Severe allergic reaction (anaphylactic reaction or anaphylactic shock) whose symptoms
may include: breathing difficulties, dizziness, cold and clammy skin, pale skin color, rapid
heartbeats, urticaria.
 Low blood pressure; heart problems (rhythm disorders such as QT interval prolongation
seen on ECG or torsade de pointes and cardiac arrest); fits (convulsions).
 High fever, sweating, muscle stiffness, rapid heartbeats, rapid breathing, confusion, drowsiness,
agitation. These can be signs of a serious but rare side effect called: neuroleptic malignant
syndrome.
 Blood clots in the veins, particularly in the legs (the symptoms include: swelling, pain and
redness in the leg). If the clot reaches the lungs it may cause chest pain and breathing
difficulties.
 Shortness of breath or breathing difficulties; blood disorders (e.g. agranulocytosis) or
decrease in number of white blood cells (neutropenia, leukopenia) which cause higher
vulnerability to infections, and therefore you must contact the doctor immediately in any
case of infection or fever. Leukopenia is uncommon.
Contact your doctor immediately if the following side effects appear:
 Common side effects: restlessness, akathisia (inability to stand still).
 Uncommon side effects: feeling of dizziness, lightheadedness or faintness as a result of
low blood pressure (particularly when sitting up or standing up quickly); increased muscle
tension and decreased ability to stretch (hypertonia); involuntary and uncontrolled
movements.
 Rare side effects: eye rolling.

Modal: an antidopaminergic medicine for treatment of vertigo (dizziness) and prepsychotic states. Modal Forte: an antidopaminergic medicine for treatment of vertigo (dizziness) and prepsychotic states. At high doses, for treatment of depression and apathy in psychiatric patients. Therapeutic group: benzamides

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