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Anafranil SR

Mental Disorders Anafranil Sr (Generic) Generic drugs, marketed without brand names, contain the exact same active ingredients used in their brand-name counterparts, but cost significantly less. The drugs are required to meet US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) standards for safety, purity and effectiveness.
Anafranil Sr

The medication known as Anafranil Sustained-Release Generic is prescribed to patients suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).


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Tablet form of Clomipramine with sustained release What kind of medication is this? CLOMIPRAMINE is a medication that's used to treat depression. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder can be helped by taking this medication. Before I start using this medication, what should I discuss with my primary care physician? People have a right to know if you suffer from any of the following conditions: an alcohol issue conditions such as asthma, trouble breathing, bipolar disorder, or schizophrenia urinary retention and problems related to the prostate glaucoma, cardiovascular disease, or a history of heart attack liver disease overactive thyroid seizures suicidal ideas or intentions, a history of past suicide attempts, or a history of previous suicide attempts in the family a response that is unexpected or allergic to clomipramine, as well as other drugs, foods, colors, or preservatives pregnant or attempting to get pregnant breast-feeding What is the correct way to take this medication? This medication should be taken orally with a full glass of water. To prevent stomach distress, this medication should be taken with meals. Always remember to space out your dosages evenly. Do not take your medication more frequently than recommended by the label. Do not discontinue use of this medication all of a sudden if you have been taking it on a regular basis for some time. You need to lower the dosage in stages if you don't want to experience serious adverse effects. Consult with a medical expert, such as your doctor, for guidance. It is possible that your body will continue to feel the effects of this medication for several days after you have stopped using it. Have a discussion with your child's physician about the possibility of giving them this medication. There are certain instances in which this medication may be recommended to children as young as 10 years old; nevertheless, certain safeguards must be taken. In the event that you believe you may have taken an excessive amount of this medication, you should immediately contact a poison control center or an emergency facility. PLEASE TAKE NOTE That no one else should use this medication. It is important that others not use this medication. What should I do if I forget a dose? If you forget to take a dosage, you should take it as soon as you remember it. Take only that dose if it is getting close to the time for your next scheduled dose. Do not take duplicate or additional dosages. What other substances could react with this medication? If you are also taking any of the drugs listed below, you should not take this medicine. Some medications for the heart include amoxapine and arsenic trioxide. the antidepressants cisapride, halofantrine, and levomethadyl; MAOIs such as Carbex, Eldepryl, Marplan, and Nardil; and additional medications for mental depression phenothiazines as perphenazine, thioridazine and chlorpromazine pimozide probucol procarbazine sparfloxacin The Herb of St. John ziprasidone There is a possibility that this treatment will interact negatively with the following medications: Atropine and pharmaceuticals linked to it, such as hyoscyamine, scopolamine, and tolterodine, as well as other barbiturate medicines used to treat seizures or induce sleep, such as phenobarbital and cimetidine, are prohibited. clonidine Digoxin medications for the treatment of anxiety and sleep disorders Medications containing pseudoephedrine, for example, are used to treat respiratory ailments such as the common cold, influenza, and hay fever. medications for epilepsy or seizures, such as phenytoin, stimulants, such as dexmethylphenidate or methylphenidate, thyroid hormones, and other medications warfarin It's probable that this list doesn't cover all of the possible interactions. Provide your primary care physician with a list of all the medications, herbs, over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, and dietary supplements that you are currently using. Additionally let them know whether you are a smoker, a drinker, or if you take any illicit substances. It's possible that certain things might react badly with your medication. What side effects should I be on the lookout for when using this medication? You should schedule frequent checkups with your primary care physician or another qualified medical expert. Before you feel the full benefit of this medication, it may take a few days. It is important for patients and their family to be aware of any signs of deepening depression or thoughts of suicide. Be on the lookout for abrupt or extreme shifts in how you feel, including symptoms such as feeling worried, agitated, panicky, irritable, angry, aggressive, impulsive, extremely restless, unduly stimulated, and hyperactive, as well as an inability to sleep. In the event that this takes place, particularly in the early stages of antidepressant treatment or following a change in dosage, contact your primary care physician or another qualified medical practitioner. You may become tired or dizzy. Do not operate a motor vehicle, operate heavy machinery, or engage in any activity that requires mental attention until you have determined how this medication affects you. Take it easy when getting up, especially if you are an older patient who needs medical attention. This lowers the likelihood of experiencing periods of lightheadedness or fainting. Drinking alcohol might make you feel more drowsy and lightheaded. Steer clear of alcoholic beverages. Do not attempt to treat your own coughs, colds, or allergies without first consulting your primary care physician or another qualified medical expert. Some components can heighten the risk of certain adverse consequences. It's possible your mouth will get dry. Some people find that sucking on sugar-free gum or hard candy, in addition to drinking plenty of water, is helpful. Make an appointment with your primary care physician if the symptom does not improve or if it is severe. Dry eyes and visual blurring are potential side effects of this medication. It is possible that you will experience some pain if you wear contact lenses. Lubricating drops might be of assistance. If the issue persists or worsens, you should make an appointment with an eye doctor. This medication has the potential to increase your sensitivity to the sun. Stay out of the direct sunlight. Wear protective gear and be sure to apply sunscreen if you can't help but be outside in the sun. Avoid using sun lamps as well as tanning beds and booths. If you have diabetes, you should monitor your blood sugar levels more frequently than you normally would, particularly in the initial few weeks of therapy with this medication. This medication may have an effect on the levels of sugar in the blood. If you observe a change in the findings of your blood or urine glucose tests, you should consult with your primary care physician or another qualified medical expert for assistance. What potential negative reactions may I have to this medication? You should report the following side effects to your physician or another qualified medical expert as soon as possible: Symptoms of an allergic response may include a rash, itching, hives, swelling of the face, lips, or tongue; breast enlargement; milk production; and difficulty breathing. disordered thinking, hallucinations, and a rapid, erratic pulse a high temperature accompanied by a rise in perspiration, muscular rigidity, and spasms urinating may be painful or difficult, and you may lose control of your bladder. changes in mood, including fits, suicidal thoughts, or other symptoms symptoms such as enlargement of the testicles, tingling, discomfort, or numbness in the feet or hands, yellowing of the eyes or skin, and so on and so forth. Adverse effects that, in most cases, do not need seeking medical attention (although you should let your doctor or another health care expert know if they persist or become bothersome): alterations in sexual drive or performance constipation, diarrhea, nausea, or vomiting weight gain or loss weight increase or decrease It's conceivable that this list doesn't cover all of the potential negative consequences. Where should I store my medication, if you please? Be sure that youngsters can't get their hands on it. Keep at room temperature between 20 and 25 degrees C (68 and 77 degrees F). Keep out any moisture that you can. Maintain a secure lid on the container. After the expiration date, any medicine that has been used but not finished should be thrown away.


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