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Antipsychotics A–Z

Provides detailed information on all antipsychotic drugs currently available in the UK.

This page lists the antipsychotic drugs currently licensed for use in the UK. They are listed in alphabetical order. Some of them also come in a depot injection as well as tablets, liquid or other forms. The depot injection forms are listed separately below.

If the drug you are looking for is not listed here, it may have been discontinued or be unavailable in the UK.

Some of these drugs have more than one name. You might know a drug by its generic name, or you might know it by a trade name. See our page about drug names for more information on this.

The list below includes all the possible names you might know an antipsychotic by, including both generic and UK trade names, and directs you to our page of detailed information about that drug.

A

B

C

D

F

H

I

L

M

N

O

P

R

S

T

X

Z

  • For information on what antipsychotics are, what to know before taking them, and general information on side effects, withdrawal and alternative treatments, see our pages on antipsychotics.
  • To compare antipsychotics by type, form, half-life or dietary considerations, see our page on comparing antipsychotics.
  • For general information about all psychiatric drugs, including information about coming off medication safely, see our pages about psychiatric medication.
  • For information about how recreational drugs and alcohol may affect your mental health, see our pages on recreational drugs and alcohol.

This information was published in September 2020. We will revise it in 2023.

References are available on request. If you would like to reproduce any of this information, see our page on permissions and licensing.

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