celexa
(Citalopram Hydrobromide)

Celexa is primarily prescribed to treat depression. It affects the chemical serotonin in the brain, which may help to improve mood, energy levels, appetite, and sleep. In some cases, the Celexa drug may also be prescribed to treat hot flashes during menopause, panic disorder, or obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Celexa is primarily prescribed to treat depression. It affects the chemical serotonin in the brain, which may help to improve mood, energy levels, appetite, and sleep. In some cases, the Celexa drug may also be prescribed to treat hot flashes during menopause, panic disorder, or obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Celexa pills (tablets) are in dosage strengths of 10, 20, and 40mg; the oral solution is prescribed in a concentration of 10mg/5ml. Typically, Celexa is taken once a day in a single dose; however, the patient’s profile may call for a different administration pattern. With a doctor’s approval, and under appropriate supervision, it may be possible to split a stronger dose into a smaller one. Do not take more or less of the prescribed amount without a doctor’s approval.

Pregnancy: Before beginning your Celexa drug prescription, tell your doctor if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, or are nursing a child. In addition, contact your physician if you become pregnant while taking this medication.

Interactions: Tell your doctor if you have taken MAOIs within the last fourteen days. Provide your doctor with a complete list of all prescription and non-prescription medications you are taking including escitalopram, other SSRIs or SNRIs, anticoagulants, moxifloxacin, amiodarone, or tramadol. Be sure to mention anticoagulants, carbamazepine, tricyclic antidepressants, solatol, and medications for migraines, depression, or seizures. Include sleeping pills, tranquillizers, and sedatives; cimetidine; diuretics, thioradazine, cisapride; medications for Parkinson’s disease,  anxiety, chronic pain, or mental disorders; lithium, disopyramide; procainamide, dofetilide; omeprazole, erythromycin, heparin, lithium, methylene blue, quinidine, or metoprolol on the list if you are, or have been, taking them.

Medical Conditions: Provide your doctor with a complete medical profile, including a history of bleeding or blood clotting disorders; kidney disease; liver disease; narrow-angle glaucoma; epilepsy; heart disease; arrhythmia; tachycardia; seizures; personal or family history of Long QT syndrome; drug or alcohol abuse; or depression.

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