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Considering taking medication to treat Schizophrenia? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Schizophrenia. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Seroquel oral     2281 User Reviews
Abilify oral     1558 User Reviews
Geodon oral     590 User Reviews
Zyprexa oral     422 User Reviews
Risperdal oral     413 User Reviews
Seroquel XR oral     281 User Reviews
Saphris sublingual     219 User Reviews
Latuda oral     186 User Reviews
risperidone oral     173 User Reviews
Invega oral     155 User Reviews
ziprasidone HCl oral     104 User Reviews
quetiapine oral     97 User Reviews
Fanapt oral     53 User Reviews
haloperidol oral     50 User Reviews
olanzapine oral     49 User Reviews
aripiprazole oral     46 User Reviews
Invega Sustenna IM     43 User Reviews
Risperdal Consta IM     34 User Reviews
chlorpromazine oral     32 User Reviews
Haldol inj     29 User Reviews
perphenazine oral     27 User Reviews
prochlorperazine maleate oral     24 User Reviews
Saphris (black cherry) sublingual     24 User Reviews
Zyprexa Zydis oral     19 User Reviews
Risperdal M-TAB oral     17 User Reviews
Abilify Discmelt oral     10 User Reviews
paliperidone oral     10 User Reviews
fluphenazine HCl oral     9 User Reviews
thiothixene oral     9 User Reviews
Compazine rect     8 User Reviews
trifluoperazine oral     8 User Reviews
loxapine succinate oral     7 User Reviews
asenapine sublingual     7 User Reviews
lurasidone oral     5 User Reviews
Loxitane oral     4 User Reviews
haloperidol lactate oral     4 User Reviews
paliperidone palmitate IM     4 User Reviews
prochlorperazine rectal     3 User Reviews
fluphenazine decanoate inj     3 User Reviews
risperidone microspheres IM     3 User Reviews
Abilify Maintena IM     3 User Reviews
fluphenazine HCl inj     2 User Reviews
haloperidol lactate inj     2 User Reviews
chlorpromazine inj     2 User Reviews
Compro rect     2 User Reviews
aripiprazole IM     2 User Reviews
prochlorperazine Edisylate inj     1 User Reviews
iloperidone oral     1 User Reviews
olanzapine pamoate IM     1 User Reviews
Zyprexa Relprevv IM     1 User Reviews
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