Posted by: KV | 2011/05/25

Cylizine - long term use


I mailed a few days ago regarding my IBS and cyclizine use.
You mentioned neurological effects if this drug is used long term - at present I have no neurological symptoms - if i stop with this drug now, could neurological symptoms come up at some later stage? are these affects permanent? What sort of neurological effects? Could permanent damage have been done already?


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The neurological side-effects are what we refer to as extrapyramidal effects, such as inability to initiate movement and to remain motionless. Consult a doctor for a physical examination to evaluate if you have suffered any neurological damage by the long-term use of Cyclizine.


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