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What should I avoid with olanzapine extended release injections?

Olanzapine extended release injectable suspension may cause changes in your blood sugar levels and may interfere with medications you are taking to control that. Before taking this medication, tell your doctor if you have diabetes or are taking medication for diabetes. You also should avoid alcohol and driving or doing other dangerous tasks when taking olanzapine extended release injectable suspension. The medication may make you drowsy, and alcohol can intensify this effect.

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