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What is Asperger’s Syndrome?

Asperger syndrome (AS) is a developmental disorder involving impairment in language and communication skills as well as repetitive or restrictive patterns of thought and behaviour. It is a low prevalence Autism Spectrum Disorder and is characterised by neurological dysfunction that is usually diagnosed in a school‑going child.

What are the main signs and symptoms of Asperger’s Syndrome?

  • Obsessive interest in a single object or topic to the exclusion of any other is the typical symptom of AS
  • Other common symptoms are as follows:
    • Difficulty in forming relationships
    • Difficulty in communication despite retaining good communication skills
    • Inappropriate social and emotional behaviour
    • Insistence for repetitive routines and patterns
    • Poor motor coordination

(Read more: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

What are the main causes of Asperger’s Syndrome?

  • Development of AS is mainly due to genetic, biological, and environmental factors.
  • Children with a sibling having AS are more likely to have the disorder.
  • There is an increased risk of AS associated with certain drugs, such as valproic acid and thalidomide, when taken during pregnancy.
  • Late pregnancy increases the risk of the child to AS.

(Read more: Causes of Down Syndrome)

How is Asperger’s Syndrome diagnosed and treated?

  • A diagnosis involves assessing the child’s skills and abilities by a paediatrician, often working with a team of speech therapist and psychologist.
  • It includes questions about social and emotional abilities, communication skills, learning abilities, movement skills, and special interests.
  • What distinguishes children with AS is that they retain their language skills and have average or higher intelligence quotient as opposed to children with other Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Ideally, treatment is emphasised on addressing the core symptoms of AS, which include

  • Communication skills with speech therapy
  • Motor coordination with occupational therapy
  • Focus on obsessive, repetitive routine
  • Effective treatment, including social skills training, cognitive behaviour therapy, and medicines for anxiety and attention‑related problems

AS cannot be completely cured, but support, understanding, and training can help in the long-term to improve lifestyle.

(Read more: ADHD treatment)

  1. Medicines for Asperger Syndrome
  2. Doctors for Asperger Syndrome
Dr. Amar Golder

Dr. Amar Golder


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Dr. Arvind Gautam


Dr. Ramesh Ammati

Dr. Ramesh Ammati


Medicines for Asperger Syndrome

Medicines listed below are available for Asperger Syndrome. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
RespidonRespidon 1 Mg Tablet19.0
RisconRiscon 1 Mg Tablet27.0
RisdoneRisdone 1 Mg Liquid112.0
Risdone MtRisdone Mt 0.5 Mg Tablet18.0
RisniaRisnia 1 Mg Syrup112.0
Risnia MdRisnia Md 1 Mg Tablet14.0
RisperdalRisperdal 1 Tablet29.0
Risperdal Consta(J&Amp;J)Risperdal Consta 25 Mg Injection4690.0
RispondRispond 1 Mg Tablet29.0
SizodonSizodon 1 Mg Tablet26.0
DonDon 1 Mg Tablet24.0
EaurisEauris 1 Mg Tablet13.0
ImitabImitab 25 Mg Tablet10.0
PeridonPeridon 1 Mg Tablet17.0
PsydonPsydon 1 Mg Tablet9.0
PsyoridPsyorid 1 Mg Tablet24.0
RegraceRegrace 1 Mg Tablet18.0
RelivonRelivon 1 Mg Tablet9.0
RepadoneRepadone 1 Mg Tablet23.0
RepidRepid Forte 1 Mg Tablet28.0
Respin LsRespin Ls 2 Mg Tablet28.0
ResqueResque 1 Mg Tablet15.0
Restek PlusRestek Plus Tablet33.0
RestonormRestonorm 0.5 Mg Tablet9.0
RiRi 2 Mg Tablet20.0
RidonRidon 1 Mg Tablet274.0
RidoneRidone 1 Mg Tablet21.0
RionRion 1 Mg Tablet9.0
RisRis 2 Mg Tablet29.0
RiscalmRiscalm 1 Mg Tablet16.0
RischroRischro 1 Mg Tablet23.0
RiscureRiscure 1 Tablet21.0
RisollaRisolla 2 Mg Tablet20.0
RispRisp 1 Mg Tablet19.0
RispibelRispibel 1 Mg Tablet11.0
RistabRistab 1 Mg Tabcap9.0
RiswelRiswel 2 Mg Tablet21.0
Riswel MdRiswel Md 0.5 Mg Tablet18.0
RospitrilRospitril 0.5 Mg Tablet18.0
RpnRpn 2 Mg Tablet20.0
SizomaxSizomax 2 Mg Tablet24.0
Speridon(Mkl)Speridon 1 Mg Tablet24.0
SperidonSperidon 3 Mg Tablet44.0
SycodoneSycodone 1 Mg Tablet7.0
ZepidZepid 1 Mg Tablet11.0
ZesperZesper 20 Mg Tablet44.0
ZisperZisper 1 Mg Tablet Md16.0
GenrestGenrest 2 Mg Tablet35.0
RespikRespik 2 Mg Tablet19.0
Respik PlusRespik Plus 2 Tablet22.0
Resque LsResque Ls Tablet46.0
RisdoviaRisdovia 1 Mg Tablet80.0
RisperRisper 3 Mg Tablet33.0
RistopRistop Tablet30.0
Ristop PlusRistop Plus Tablet41.0
RiszesRiszes 1 Mg Tablet13.0
RozidalRozidal 1 Mg Tablet11.0
Don ForteDon Forte 4 Mg/2 Mg Tablet50.0
Don LsDon Ls 2 Mg/2 Mg Tablet33.5
Don PlusDon Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet45.0
RapitryRapitry 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet26.5
Regrace ForteRegrace Forte 4 Mg/2 Mg Tablet51.7
Regrace LsRegrace Ls 2 Mg/2 Mg Tablet31.0
Regrace PlusRegrace Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet41.8
Respin ForteRespin Forte 2 Mg/4 Mg Tablet46.66
Respin PlusRespin Plus 2 Mg/3 Mg Tablet40.95
Restek HRestek H 2 Mg/2 Mg Tablet24.77
Restonorm FRestonorm F Tablet38.1
Restonorm LsRestonorm Ls Tablet22.0
Riscon LsRiscon Ls Tablet46.0
Riscure ForteRiscure Forte 4 Mg/2 Mg Tablet56.0
Riscure PlusRiscure Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet44.0
Risdone ForteRisdone Forte 4 Mg/2 Mg Tablet61.5
Risdone PlusRisdone Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet46.0
Risen ForteRisen Forte Tablet36.75
Risen PlusRisen Plus Tablet32.58
RisenRisen Tablet14.5
Risnia PlusRisnia Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet44.5
Risp ForteRisp Forte 4 Mg/2 Mg Tablet33.33
Rispond ForteRispond Forte 4 Mg/2 Mg Tablet52.5
Risp PlusRisp Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet50.0
Ristab LsRistab Ls 2 Mg/2 Mg Tabcap33.17
Riswel LsRiswel Ls 2 Mg/2 Mg Tablet32.86
Riswel PlusRiswel Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet43.81
RitexRitex 2 Mg/2 Mg Tablet38.67
RixonRixon Tablet35.0
Riz LsRiz Ls 2 Mg/2 Mg Tablet30.5
Rospitril PlusRospitril Plus 2 Mg/2 Mg Tablet43.0
Roze LsRoze Ls Tablet26.95
Roze PlusRoze Plus Tablet29.83
Sizodon LsSizodon Ls Tablet50.0
Sizodon PlusSizodon Plus Tablet64.0
Sycodone PlusSycodone Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet36.25
Zisper ForteZisper Forte 4 Mg/2 Mg Tablet Md13.33
Halodone PlusHalodone Plus 2 Mg/2 Mg Tablet40.0
Isodin PlusIsodin Plus Tablet31.2
Peridon PlusPeridon Plus 2 Mg/2 Mg Tablet35.0
PsydylPsydyl 2 Mg/2 Mg Tablet32.0
Psyorid PlusPsyorid Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet55.0
Relivon PlusRelivon Plus Tablet25.62
Repadone ForteRepadone Forte 4 Mg/2 Mg Tablet54.0
Repadone PlusRepadone Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet45.0
Repid PlusRepid Plus Tablet23.81
Resque ForteResque Forte 4 Mg/2 Mg Tablet54.38
Resque PlusResque Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet54.0
Ridone PlusRidone Plus 2 Mg/2 Mg Tablet36.7
Riscalm ForteRiscalm Forte 4 Mg/2 Mg Tablet50.33
Riscalm LsRiscalm Ls 2 Mg/2 Mg Tablet34.95
Riscalm PlusRiscalm Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet49.4
Rischro PlusRischro Plus Tablet52.28
Riscon ForteRiscon Forte Tablet65.0
Riscon PlusRiscon Plus Tablet59.0
Risdil PlusRisdil Plus Tablet52.0
Risfrenia Plus Md TabletRisfrenia Plus Md Tablet51.42
Risnia ForteRisnia Forte 4 Mg/2 Mg Tablet46.5
Rispibel PlusRispibel Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet25.96
Rispond PlusRispond Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet72.5
Ristab PlusRistab Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet47.4
Riszes ForteRiszes Forte 4 Mg/2 Mg Tablet43.12
Riszes PlusRiszes Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet40.0
Sizodon ForteSizodon Forte Tablet73.0
Speridon PlusSperidon Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet45.0
Zepid PlusZepid Plus 3 Mg/2 Mg Tablet36.63

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