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YEMETIL 100 MG 10 tablets


Brand Name:  Yemetil 

Name:  Chlorpromazine 

Strength:   100 mg

Pills per order:  10 tablets

Production Company:  Manas 

Used for:  Antipsychotics used in the treatment of schizophrenia or psychosis and bipolar disorder (manic depression). Besides this, it is also used to treat nausea and vomiting, anxiety before surgery, chronic hiccups (involuntary spasms of the diaphragm).


Yemetil 100 is a 100 percent pure emetil.

Yemetil 100 is a medicine that belongs to a class of pharmaceuticals known as ‘antipsychotics.’ It is used in the treatment of schizophrenia or psychosis, as well as bipolar disorder and other mood disorders (manic depression). As well as these uses, it is also used to treat nausea and vomiting as well as anxiety before to surgery as well as chronic hiccups (involuntary spasms of the diaphragm). Symptoms of schizophrenia include hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that are not real) and delusions (believing in things that are not true) (wrong beliefs). Bipolar disorder is characterized by manic bursts of exhilaration or depressive episodes. Yemetil 100 is a medication that helps to avoid the emergence of these symptoms.

Yemetil 100 contains the antipsychotic chemical ‘Chlorpromazine,’ which is included in many prescription medications. Specifically, it works by inhibiting dopamine, a neurotransmitter found in the brain that is linked to the development of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder symptoms. Yemetil 100 restores the balance of dopamine in the brain, allowing for improved thinking, mood, and behavior. It also has the additional effect of blocking other natural chemicals receptors in the brain, such as histamine and muscarinic, which helps to avoid nausea and vomiting.

Take Yemetil 100 exactly as your doctor has instructed. It is recommended that you continue to take Yemetil 100 for as long as your doctor has prescribed it for you, which will vary based on your medical condition. Sleepiness, orthostatic hypotension (sudden drop in blood pressure while standing), dry mouth, abnormalities of voluntary movements, weight gain, urine retention, constipation, muscle stiffness, and tremor are all possible adverse effects of this medication in some instances. The majority of these adverse effects of Yemetil 100 do not necessitate medical treatment and typically subside over time with continued use. If, on the other hand, these adverse effects continue for an extended period of time, please visit your doctor.

If you are allergic to Chlorpromazine or any of the other ingredients in Yemetil 100, you should not take the medication. You should consult with your doctor before using Yemetil 100, especially if you or your family has a history of blood clots, a stroke, or heart disease, or if you are over the age of 65 and have a family history of dementia (memory loss). Yemetil 100 is not suggested during pregnancy since it has the potential to harm the unborn child. Before using Yemetil 100, inform your doctor if you are currently breastfeeding. For children under the age of one year, it is not recommended to use this product. In addition, because Yemetil 100 includes lactose, it should not be administered to persons who are lactose sensitive. Please do not stop taking Yemetil 100 without first consulting your doctor, as this could result in withdrawal symptoms.

Yemetil 100 is used to treat schizophrenia (mental illness), bipolar disorder, and other conditions (manic depression).

Advantages in terms of medicine

Yemetil 100 works by assisting in the restoration of the balance of certain naturally occurring compounds in the brain, according to the manufacturer. Yemetil 100’s primary action is to inhibit the activity of dopamine receptors (D2) in the brain, hence reducing the overactivity of dopamine. Overall, Yemetil 100 may aid in the reduction of hallucinations as well as the improvement of your ability to think more clearly and positively about yourself, feel less stressed, and participate more actively in everyday life. The antihistamine H1 and muscarinic M1 receptors in the vomiting center, on the other hand, are blocked, preventing nausea and vomiting from occurring.

Take Yemetil 100 orally with or without meals as directed by your doctor, and swallow the tablet whole with a glass of water after swallowing the tablet capsule. It should not be crushed, chewed, or broken. Shake the bottle thoroughly before using the liquid oral syrup. Follow the directions on the label and administer Yemetil 100 with or without meals in the doses suggested by your doctor, using a measuring cup to ensure proper administration. Yemetil 100 injection should only be administered by a healthcare professional; do not attempt to self-administer this medication. Your doctor will determine the length of time you will need to take Yemetil 100 based on your current medical condition.

Storage Keep your items in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

Yemetil 100 Side Effects


Orthostatic hypotension is a medical condition that occurs while the body is in a standing position (sudden lowering of blood pressure on standing)

the feeling of having a dry mouth

Voluntary actions that are out of the ordinary

Weight growth is a problem.

retention of urine in the bladder


Stiffness of the muscles


Confusion, nervousness, jitteriness, and difficulty sleeping are all possible symptoms.

Tardive dyskinesia (unusual or uncontrollable movements of the face, lips, mouth, tongue, arms, or legs) is a neurological condition that affects the muscles of the face, lips, mouth, tongue, arms, and legs.

Breast swelling or discharge is a medical condition.

Drug Advises and Warnings

Chlorpromazine should not be taken if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to Chlorpromazine or any of the components included within it. If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, or if you are breastfeeding, you should see your doctor before taking Chlorpromazine. Children and adolescents with signs and symptoms suggestive of Reye’s syndrome should not be given Chlorpromazine, according to current recommendations (confusion, swelling in the brain, and liver damage). Using antipsychotic medicines to treat people with dementia-related psychosis (memory loss) who are above the age of 65 has been shown to increase their risk of death. The use of chlorpromazine injection in the treatment of patients suffering from dementia-related psychosis is not suggested. It is important not to stop taking the drug abruptly because doing so may result in withdrawal symptoms, particularly in young people who may have suicidal thoughts. Those who suffer from asthma are advised to consult with their doctor before receiving a Chlorpromazine injection, as the medication has the potential to induce life-threatening allergic responses, including anaphylactic symptoms. Discuss your medical history with your doctor before taking Chlorpromazine if you have had a history of blood clots, alcohol or drug abuse, fits (seizures), Parkinson’s disease, hypothyroidism (reduced activity of the thyroid gland), stroke or heart disease, myasthenia gravis (a condition in which muscles become easily tired and weak, resulting in difficulty breathing), or glaucoma (increased pressure in the eye).

Drug Interactions are a common occurrence.

Interactions with other medications: Chlorpromazine may interact with a number of medications, including antidepressants (citalopram, escitalopram, bupropion), medicines for Parkinson’s disease (levodopa), antiepileptics (carbamazepine, phenobarbital), medicines to control heartbeat (amiodarone, disopyramide, quinidine), medications to calm emotion and mental disorder (olanzapine, proch (lithium).

Interactions between medications and foods: Chlorpromazine may interact with grapefruit and alcohol, increasing the risk of adverse consequences.

Patients with cardiac difficulties such as QT prolongation (heart rhythm problem), acute alcohol abuse, central nervous system (CNS) depression, dementia, stroke, seizures, diabetes, and liver disorders should be treated with caution if they are taking chlorpromazine. Drug-disease interactions

Safety Recommendations


While using Chlorpromazine, it is possible that drinking alcohol will worsen the illness and raise the risk of negative effects.


Chlorpromazine is a category C pregnancy medicine, which means that using it while pregnant could have negative consequences for the unborn child. In the event that you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, you should see your doctor before using Chlorpromazine.


Chlorpromazine has been shown to pass into breast milk in several studies. As a result, it is not recommended to be consumed while breastfeeding. Although it is not recommended for use during nursing, your doctor may prescribe it if he or she believes that the advantages exceed the risks.


Chlorpromazine may cause some patients, particularly elderly patients, to become drowsy, dizzy, light-headed, clumsy, unsteady, or less alert than they would otherwise be under certain circumstances. You should not drive or operate risky machinery after taking Chlorpromazine if you are experiencing side effects.


Patients suffering from liver illness should exercise caution when taking chlorpromazine. Some dosage modifications may be required.


Patients suffering from kidney illness should exercise caution when taking chlorpromazine. Some dosage modifications may be required.

Habit formation is not possible.

Diet and Lifestyle Suggestions

Keep an eye on your emotions. Keep note of your mood on a regular basis, taking into account factors such as sleep, medication, and activities that can have an affect on it.

Exercise on a daily basis. Exercise is a great way to relieve stress. This method can also help you avoid gaining weight, which can be a side effect of your bipolar medication.

You could also try relaxing techniques such as meditation and deep breathing exercises to relax your body and mind.

Get some restorative sleep. Getting enough sleep will aid in the stabilization of your mood.

Consume nutritious foods. Certain foods may have a greater impact on your mood than others. If you want to keep track of what you eat and how different meals make you feel, consider maintaining a food journal. Consult with your doctor or a nutritionist about foods that may be beneficial in regulating your mood.

Continue to be positive. You should expect it to take some time for your symptoms to improve when you begin bipolar therapy, but you should feel relieved knowing that you will get better and that the worst is almost certainly behind you.

A balanced diet consisting of plenty of fruits and vegetables, lean meats, skinless poultry, nuts, fish, whole grains, plant-based oils, and low-fat dairy products will assist to maintain a person in excellent health and reduce the likelihood of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.

Foods that are greasy or oily should be avoided because they can cause nausea and vomiting in certain people.

Consume cool foods rather than hot and spicy dishes to keep your body cool.

Fluid replacement should be provided via clear broths, low-fat yoghurt, fresh fruit juice, sherbet, and sports drinks to replace any lost fluids as a result of vomiting.

Special Recommendation

There is an increased risk of death among geriatric patients suffering from dementia-related psychosis who are treated with Chlorpromazine; therefore, it is recommended that you see your doctor before taking this medication.

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and adhering to your treatment plan will assist you in accomplishing your goals.

Because Chlorpromazine has the potential to influence the levels of sugar in your blood, your doctor may recommend that you check your blood glucose levels on a frequent basis.

Other information : This item is non-returnable due to its nature.

Patients’ Preoccupation

schizophrenia (psychosis) is a type of mental illness in which the processing of information in the brain is impaired. Patient’s suffering from schizophrenia experience symptoms such as hallucinations (the ability to see or hear things that are not real), delusions (false beliefs), and social withdrawal. In this state, they lose the ability to distinguish between reality and false beliefs. Schizophrenia and bipolar disease may emerge owing to genetic causes, alcohol or drug misuse, mental stress. The development of schizophrenia may also be triggered by brain damage or disorders.

A bipolar illness is characterized by mood swings that range from manic bouts of excessive excitement to severe depression. It can occur as a result of genetic causes, alcohol or drug misuse, or psychological trauma. It was previously referred to as manic depression.


Yemetil 100 contains the drug ‘chlorpromazine,’ which works by inhibiting the release of dopamine from dopamine receptors in the brain. Patients suffering from schizophrenia and bipolar depression will experience a reduction in the occurrence of symptoms as a result of the inhibition of dopamine production in their bodies. It also has an effect on certain natural molecules in the brain, such as histamine and muscarinic acetylcholine, which helps to avoid nausea and vomiting in some cases.

It is not suggested that you discontinue taking Chlorpromazine without first discussing with your doctor. It may result in withdrawal symptoms such as palpitations (the sense that the heart skipped a beat or beat extra), anxiety, confusion, difficulty sleeping, and tremors, among other things. In order to avoid side effects, continue taking Chlorpromazine for as long as your doctor has recommended it. If you suffer any discomfort while taking Chlorpromazine, call your doctor so that the amount can be progressively reduced.

Patients suffering from myasthenia gravis (severe muscle weakness) should avoid taking chlorpromazine because it may worsen their condition. To ensure that you receive the proper treatment, inform your doctor that you have myasthenia gravis before using Chlorpromazine.

Chlorpromazine can develop dyskinesia (a movement problem) in some people who take it for an extended period of time. Your doctor, on the other hand, will only prescribe this drug if the advantages outweigh the hazards.

Chlorpromazine is a medication that can help people who are anxious, irritable, or agitated. However, before using Chlorpromazine for any problem, you should contact with your doctor first.

Because Chlorpromazine induces drowsiness, it is not recommended that you drive or operate heavy machinery after taking it.

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