Generic Luvox

Generic Luvox

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Indications for Generic Luvox

Luvox or fluvoxamine is an anti-depressant which belongs to a group of drugs called SSRIs or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. It affects the chemicals which could become unbalanced, causing obsessive-compulsive symptoms.

Luvox is primarily used for the treatment if social phobia or social anxiety disorder or obsessive-compulsive disorders which involve recurring thoughts or actions. It can also be used for other conditions which are not mentioned in this guide.

Important Information about Generic Luvox

You should not take Luvox if you have an allergy to fluvoxamine or if you are taking drugs including alosetron or Lotronex, tizanidine or Zanaflex, thioridazine or Mellaril, pimozide or Orap and MAO inhibitors like isocarboxazid or Marplan, tranylcypromine or Parnate, phenelzine or Nardil, rasagiline or Azilect, and selegiline or Eldepryl. Make sure to inform your doctor if you are taking any of these drugs or other medications which could interact with Luvox.

When you first start taking Luvox, you may have suicidal thoughts, which is why it is important to go in for your regular appointments with your doctor so that your progress or development can be properly evaluated, especially during the first twelve weeks of treatment.

If symptoms worsen or of new symptoms are experienced, it is important to notify your doctor right away.

Inform your doctor if you have any of these medical conditions: liver disease, epilepsy or seizures, bipolar disorder or manic depression or a history of having suicidal thoughts or drug abuse.

Luvox belongs to the FDA pregnancy category C, which means that it could cause serious medical problems in an unborn child. If you are pregnant or are planning to become pregnant or are breastfeeding, inform your doctor first before taking Luvox.

Dosage and Administration of Generic Luvox

Luvox or fluvoxamine should only be taken as it has been prescribed by your doctor, You should never take it in larger doses or for a longer period of time than what has been advised for you.

The capsule should not be crushed or chewed. It should be swallowed whole and could be taken with or without food intake.

Never stop taking Luvox without consulting with your doctor first as you may experience unpleasant side effects if you suddenly stop taking it.

If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember; but if the next dose is almost up, just forget about the missed dose and take the next one as scheduled. There is no need to double any dose to make up for a missed one.

In the event of a Luvox overdose, seek medical attention immediately. Some symptoms of overdose would include blurred vision, extreme drowsiness, lack of coordination, nausea and vomiting, trouble breathing, fast heart rate, fainting and coma.

Possible Side Effects of Generic Luvox

Some of the possible side effects of Luvox or fluvoxamine would include loss of appetite, weight loss, dry mouth, upset stomach or mild nausea, constipation, diarrhea, insomnia or sleep problems, dizziness or drowsiness, unusual dreams and decreased sex drive or impotence. These are usually temporary but if they do not go away or worsen or if you experience more serious symptoms such as convulsions or seizures, anxiety, chills, high fever, restlessness and trouble concentrating, inform your doctor immediately.

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