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Zyprexa is an antipsychotic drug commonly used to treat certain symptoms of both schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. However, because Zyprexa uses are so specific, this specialty medication is expensive (upwards of $650 for a standard regular dosing of Zyprexa or Zyprexa Zydis, and nearly $900 for a single kit ... Read more

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Zyprexa Information:

What is Zyprexa?

Zyprexa (olanzapine) is a thienobenzodiazepine class atypical antipsychotic used to treat schizophrenia or bipolar patients 13 years of age or older. It's used with other antipsychotic or antidepressant medications to treat agitated or manic symptoms, and works by altering the chemicals in the brain, specifically dopamine and serotonin.

Zyprexa is available in a number of forms. The standard release Zyprexa is a tablet, and Zyprexa Zydis is an orally disintegrating tablet. Zyprexa is sometimes available as an intramuscular injection, however this should not be confused with Zyprexa Relprevv, which is deep intramuscular gluteal injection administered by medical personnel only. 

How do I take Zyprexa?

Print our Zyprexa coupon to use as patient assistance in your local pharmacy. Keep all appointments for therapy that you may have while taking Zyprexa. You should not take larger or smaller doses of Zyprexa than prescribed by your doctor; they may adjust your dose over time. Always follow your doctor's instructions.

Zyprexa can be taken with or without food. The Zyprexa tablet and Zyprexa Zydis orally disintegrating tablet are taken orally 1 time daily. You must let Zyprexa Zydis disintegrate in your mouth, and it should never be swallowed whole. Leave your Zyprexa Zydis doses in their blister pack until you are ready to take them. Handle your tablets with dry hands, and peel the foil back rather than push your tablet through.

If you've received the intramuscular version, follow the instructions provided with your medication as instructed by your doctor or pharmacist. Zyprexa Relprevv is administered by medical personnel, often in a hospital or clinic setting. You will need to stay at the clinic for 3 hours and someone will need to take you home.

Before taking Zyprexa, tell your doctor if:

  • You are taking any other prescribed or over-the-counter medications, supplements, vitamins, or drugs, including heart/blood pressure medications, anticonvulsants, psychoactive drugs, antidepressants, antacids, tuberculosis drugs, or Parkinson's drugs.
  • You are pregnant (especially in the last trimester) or breastfeeding, or plan to become pregnant or to breastfeed.
  • You are currently or are often dehydrated.
  • You regularly drink alcohol.
  • You are diabetic or have a history of diabetes.
  • You have a movement disorder, epilepsy, or other disorder with seizure.
  • You have or have a history of dementia.
  • You have or have a history of liver disease or bowel problems.
  • You have or have a history of low WBC.
  • You have or have a history of enlarged prostate or urinary problems.
  • You have or have a history of breast cancer.
  • You have narrow angle glaucoma.
  • You have PKU or phenylketonuria.
  • You have or have a history of heart disease or disorder, including low or high blood pressure, high cholesterol/triglycerides, heart failure, stroke.

What are the possible side effects of taking Zyprexa?

Some Zyprexa side effects can be serious and require emergency medical attention. These include: hallucinations, unusual thoughts or behavior (including suicidal ideation), confusion, drowsiness, the sense that you are about to pass out,  feeling suddenly weak or ill, stiff or rigid muscles, uncontrollable muscle movements (e.g., lip smacking, chewing motion, eyes rolling back and forth or repeated blinking), tremors, hives and itching, jaundice, dry skin, skin sores,  fever with chills, sweating,  difficulty breathing, swelling in your face or lips, swelling in your tongue or throat, swelling in your hands or feet, blurred vision, swollen gums or painful mouth sores, sore throat or difficulty swallowing, problems speaking, cough, feeling dehydrated, loss of appetite, fast or uneven heart beats, fruity breath, increased thirst or need to urinate, upper stomach pain, dark urine, clay-colored stool.

Common side effects are: changes in personality, problems with speech or memory, restless or tired feeling, drowsiness or dizziness, headache, dry mouth or increased salivation, pain in your arms or legs, a tingly or numb feeling, tremors, stomach pain, increased appetite or weight gain, constipation. These Zyprexa side effects don't need your doctor's attention unless they persist or worsen.

What if I forget to take a dose of Zyprexa?

With available versions of Zyprexa, you can take your missed dose as soon as you remember it. However, if it is almost time for your next dose, simply skip the missed dose. Never take extra Zyprexa to make up for a missed dose.

If you miss an appointment, call your doctor, clinic, or hospital to reschedule to receive your dose of Zyprexa Relprevv. Under some circumstances, this version of the medication may be administered as an emergency dose.

How do I store Zyprexa?

Store the available versions of Zyprexa at room temperature and away from excess heat, moisture, or light (e.g., a bathroom). Zyprexa Relprevv should be handled by medical personnel only.

What happens if I overdose on Zyprexa?

Symptoms of overdose include: agitation or aggression, confusion, drowsiness or fainting, slurred speech, increased heart rate, trouble breathing. If you suspect an overdose, call your local poison control center or seek emergency medical assistance.

Warnings

Elderly patients being treated for psychosis are at greater risk of dying due to cardiovascular or viral events while taking Zyprexa.

When receiving Zyprexa Relprevv, there is a risk of post-injection events, namely coma or delirium. Be sure to stay under observation as instructed by medical personnel.

If you are diabetic, you should watch your blood sugar closely while taking Zyprexa, as it may cause hyperglycemia. Always stay hydrated while taking this medication, especially in the heat or when exercising. This medication may cause dangerous levels of dehydration.

This medication may raise the levels of triglycerides or high cholesterol, as well as cause increased weight. Be sure to talk to your doctor about the risks associated with this, especially if you have cardiovascular issues.

Zyprexa can affect your thinking and reaction times. Be sure to avoid potentially hazardous activities such as driving until you know how you will react. You should also sit up or stand slowly from a laying position, as you may experience increased dizziness while on this medication.

Taking Zyprexa over a long period of time puts you at risk of a serious movement disorder that can become irreversible. If you experience uncontrollable muscle movements in your arms, legs, or face (including lips, eyes, and tongue), speak to your doctor immediately.

Do not stop taking Zyprexa suddenly, even if you feel well or if you become pregnant. It will cause serious side effects. Discuss discontinuing it with your doctor.

Drinking alcohol while taking Zyprexa increases the risk of certain side effects, and may make certain side effects, such as sleepiness, worse. Grapefruit and grapefruit juice may affect this medication.

Brand Names

There is a generic of the brand name Zyprexa drug (olanzapine) and several different forms of the medication (Zyprexa Zydis, Zyprexa Relprevv), however, there are no other name brands for this specific formulation of the drug. A combination brand name that includes olanzapine is Symbyax. Because this is a specialty medication, the Zyprexa retail cost is steep. We offer Zyprexa patient assistance with as much as an 89% discount. Simply click Claim Discount to print or download your free Zyprexa coupon today.

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