What is Largactil?
The active ingredient of Largactil is chlorpromazine hydrochloride, one of a group of medicines called phenothiazines.
What Largactil is used for?
Largactil is used to various health conditions and it might be used either for a short time or for a long time. Largactil is used to treat various problems such as severe depression or behavioural disturbances. Largactil can also be used to treat nausea, vomiting, severe pain and unstoppable hiccups. Your doctor may have prescribed Largactil for another reason.
When you must not take it?
Do not consume Largactil if you have an allergy or any other reaction to Largactil or any of the ingredients listed by the doctor. Do not take the medicine if you have taken any other 'phenothiazine' medicine before, which caused your face, lips, tongue, throat, hands or feet to swell up, or made it hard for you to breathe.
How much Largactil is safe for consumption?
Your doctor or pharmacist will tell you how many tablets or how much syrup you will need to take each day. This depends on your condition and whether or not you are taking any other medicines.
How to take Largactil?
Swallow the prescribed dose of Largactil medicine as whole with a full glass of water. Do not chew the tablets.