Venlor 150Mg Tablet Xr
Venlor 150Mg Tablet Xr belongs to the group of drugs that go by the name of selective serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SSNRIs). This drug acts as an anti-depressant by controlling those unbalanced chemicals in the brain that cause depression. The drug is quite effective in the treatment of mental illnesses like panic disorder, anxiety and depressive disorder.
Patients with narrow- angle glaucoma are generally not prescribed Venlor 150Mg Tablet Xr. Those who are allergic to any component of the drug are also recommended not to use it. Individuals who are under the treatment of methylene blue injection are also not prescribed Venlor 150Mg Tablet Xr.
If you do suffer from the following health problems, discuss the benefits and drawbacks of taking the drug with your doctor before you start using it. They are-
- manic depression also known as bipolar disorder
- thyroid disorders
- problems with seizures
- kidney issues
- heart problems
There are individuals, especially youngsters who have suicidal thoughts when they first begin using Venlor 150Mg Tablet Xr. In this case their progress should be carefully monitored by their doctor.
Like most medicines Venlor 150Mg Tablet Xr also leads to some side effects such as asthenia, nausea, constipation, diarrhea, dizziness, anorexia, loss of appetite, insomnia or problems with ejaculation in case of men. Some of these side effects are quite common and will go away after some time. Other side effects like chest pain, mood swings and irregular heartbeat are more serious and should be reported to your medical adviser.
Venlor 150Mg Tablet Xr should be taken exactly as it has been prescribed. Take this medicine at one particular time of the day with your meal. The tablet is not meant to be chewed or crushed. Make sure you swallow it whole. Don’t discontinue Venlor 150Mg Tablet Xr very suddenly as it can result in severe complications.
Information given here is based on the salt and content of the medicine. Effect and uses of medicine may vary from person to person. It is advicable to consult a Psychiatrist before using this medicine.
Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOI)
Suicidal thinking and behaviourMajor Rare
Serotonin syndrome (agitation, hallucinations, seizures, nausea)Major Rare
Shaking of the hands or feetModerate Less Common
Dizziness when getting up suddenly from a sitting positionModerate Common
Chills or cold sweatsMajor Rare
Blurred or double visionModerate Less Common
Nausea and VomitingModerate Common
Muscle and joint painModerate Less Common
Decreased sexual urgeModerate Common
Difficulty in passing urineModerate Less Common
Rapid weight gain/lossMinor Less Common
Ringing or buzzing in the earsMinor Rare
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