Generic Effexor

Generic Effexor

Availability:In Stock

Available Options


Qty:     - OR -   Add to Comparison
Indications for Generic Effexor

Effexor or venlafaxine is an anti-depressant that belongs to the group of drugs SSNRIs or selective serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors. It works through restoring the balance of natural substances which are in the brain, thus helping to improve mood problems.

Effexor is essentially indicated for the treatment of major depressive disorder, panic disorder and anxiety. It may also be used for medical conditions not mentioned in this guide.

Important Information about Generic Effexor

Effexor should not be taken if you have an allergy with venlafaxine, or if you are currently using an MAOI or a monoamine oxidase inhibitor like isocarboxazid or Marplan, phenelzine or Nardil, rasagiline or Azilect, selegiline or Eldepryl and tranylcypromine or Parnate. Also inform your doctor if you are taking any other drugs or medications.

When you first start taking an anti-depressant, you may have some suicidal thoughts, particularly if you are below 24 years of age. It is important that your doctor checks you regularly during the first twelve weeks of treatment.

Inform your doctor if you have any drug allergies or if you have bipolar disorder, cirrhosis or any other liver disease, kidney disease, glaucoma, high blood pressure, epilepsy or seizures, a blood clotting disorder or high cholesterol.

Effexor belongs to the FDA pregnancy category C, which means it may cause harm to an unborn child, and could cause problems in the newborn baby if the medications is taken by the mother during the late stages in her pregnancy Make sure to tell your doctor if you are pregnant or if you are planning to get pregnant during treatment or if you are breastfeeding.

Effexor should also not be administered to any patient below 18 years of age without asking a doctor first.

Dosage and Administration of Generic Effexor

Effexor or venlafaxine should be taken exactly as it has been prescribed for you. It should not be taken in larger doses or for a longer period of time than what has been recommended for you. Your doctor may also need to change your dose occasionally to ensure that you would be getting the best results. Always follow your prescription label.

Effexor should be taken with a glass of water and with food. Swallow the capsule whole, without chewing or crushing. You may also open the capsule and then sprinkle the medicine on to some applesauce if you are having a hard time swallowing the capsule whole. Finish the whole mixture immediately and do not keep the leftover for future use.

Effexor should be taken at the same every day. It could take about four weeks before your symptoms improve. Make sure that you would keep using it as you were directed. Do not stop taking it without asking your doctor first.

If a dose is missed, you can just take it as you remember but if the next dose is almost up, just skip the missed dose and then just take the next one. Do not take double your dose just to make up for your missed one.

In the event of an overdose, make sure to get professional medical assistance right away. Some symptoms of Effexor overdose would include dizziness, nausea, sleepiness and tingling in your hands and feet.

Possible Side Effects of Generic Effexor

Some of the less serious side effects of Effexor or venlafaxine would include dizziness, drowsiness, nervousness, dry mouth, constipation, mild nausea, decreased sex drive, difficulty having an orgasm, decreased sex drive, blurred vision, changes in weight, increased appetite. These are usually just temporary but if they worsen or do not go away, inform your doctor immediately.

Write a review

Note: HTML is not translated!

Bad           Good