Were you looking for information about Prochlorperazine? Proclorperazine is a common misspelling of prochlorperazine.
Prochlorperazine maleate (Compazine®) is a prescription medicine that is used for the treatment of severe nausea and vomiting, schizophrenia, and anxiety. By blocking or lessening the effects of a certain chemical in the brain (dopamine), the drug can help control the symptoms of these conditions.
Prochlorperazine is available in the form of tablets, rectal suppositories, and injections. Several factors can affect the dose of prochlorperazine that a healthcare provider recommends. A few of these factors include the form of prochlorperazine a person is taking, other medical conditions that he or she may have, and other medications that he or she may be currently taking. Side effects of the medication can include drowsiness, unusual body movements or twitches, a dry mouth, and blurred vision.
(Click Prochlorperazine for more information on how the medication works, dosing tips and precautions for the drug, and important warnings to be aware of before taking prochlorperazine.)