Anyone know about Citalopram Hydrobromide?
My husband finally got a Dr appointment at the V.A hospital yesterday, and came home with ths medicine. What is it used for? are there any side effects?
Asked by Tamie Heers 3 months ago.
Citalopram (Celexa) is in a class of drugs called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. Citalopram affects chemicals in the brain that may become unbalanced and cause depression. Citalopram is used to treat depression. Some side effects of citalopram include: * an allergic reaction (difficulty breathing; closing of the throat; swelling of the lips, tongue, or face; or hives); * an irregular heartbeat or pulse; * low blood pressure (dizziness, weakness); * high blood pressure (severe headache, blurred vision); or * chills or fever * headache, tremor, nervousness, or anxiety; * nausea, diarrhea, dry mouth, or changes in appetite or weight; * sleepiness or insomnia; or * decreased sex drive, impotence, or difficulty having an orgasm. Answered by Earle Olivarra 3 months ago.
Citalopram is the generic equivalent for a drug named Celexa. The drug is in a class of antidepressants called SSRIs. It works by correcting a chemical imbalance in your brain. It will take 4-6 weeks to see any effect from it. While your husband is on it, he may experience side effects such as euphoria, nausea, vomiting, headache and decreased libido. He should NOT stop taking the medication abruptly without consulting his doctor as the withdrawal symptoms from the medication can be troublesome and "flu" like. If he misses a dose, take it as soon as he rememebers. If it is nearly time for the next dose, skip the missed dose and resume the original regimine. DO NOT double doses. If you have any other questions I'd be happy to answer them. Answered by Rossie Aquero 3 months ago.
It is the generic of ]Celexa. It is an antidepressant. It is an SSRI like Prozac. It can be used for depression and certain anxiety disorders. The most common side effects include: Diarrhea (3%), Nausea (7%), Sleepiness (8%), and Sexual dysfunction (8%). If you want him to take this, tell him that sexual dysfunction can sometimes mean delayed orgasm, which isn't a bad thing at all. Answered by Vanesa Limbaugh 3 months ago.
Well they normally give you paper work with it that tells you all about it ....but all you gotta do is call a pharmacy... they will be glad to help... Answered by Shanika Averyt 3 months ago.
Withdrawal from Citalopram?
I was on lexapro (10 mg) for 26 days and switched to Citalopram (10 mg) I was only on it a little less than 3 weeks and stopped cold turkey. I was having horrible side effects. Now I am feeling terrible. I haven't been on an antidepressant for anymore than 7 weeks. Will it take long for the withdrawals to get...
Asked by Li Balzarini 3 months ago.
I was on lexapro (10 mg) for 26 days and switched to Citalopram (10 mg) I was only on it a little less than 3 weeks and stopped cold turkey. I was having horrible side effects. Now I am feeling terrible. I haven't been on an antidepressant for anymore than 7 weeks. Will it take long for the withdrawals to get through my system? I have had the brain shocks, dizziness and headaches. Answered by Stacy Torry 3 months ago.
CItalopram hydrobromide. I know how u feel. My doc had me take it "just in case" and i only took it for around eight weeks. I couldnt take it for two days and omg my brain was not right. It felt as big as the earth squhze into my tiny skull. I couldnt handle it right and ill never take something like that again. Never. I had to weane myself offa it slowly so i didnt go thru that junk again. Answered by Lila Castelli 3 months ago.
Citalopram is used to tackle melancholy. Citalopram is in a form of antidepressants referred to as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). it works by employing increasing the quantity of serotonin, a organic substance contained in the concepts that enables safeguard psychological stability. SSRI discontinuation syndrome has been suggested whilst therapy is stopped. petering out citalopram medical care, as adversarial to abrupt discontinuation, is suggested with a view to shrink the prevalence and severity of discontinuation warning signs. Answered by Christeen Meche 3 months ago.
Anyone ever been prescribed Citalopram hydrobromide? What were the effects/ would u recommend taking it?
Asked by Marlon Remele 3 months ago.
Hi, Yes, I take Citalopram myself. It is an antidepressant. The brand name is Celexa. I would definitely recommend it. It has fewer side-effects than most antidepressants and works by being a seratonin uptake inhibitor. That means that the Seratonin stays in the nerve pathways longer than usual. Now the reason this is important is that Seratonin manages anger, aggression, body temperature, mood, sleep, sexuality, appetite, and metabolism. It is also used to treat alcohol abuse, dementia, diabetic neuropathy, OCD, panic disorder and smoking cessation. The side effects include (11-21% of the time) nausea, dry mouth, sleepiness, insomnia, sweating, (4-8% of the time) tremors, diarrhea, abnormal ejaculation, indigestion, fatigue, anxiety ad anorexia, and (2-3% of the time) sinusitis, sexual dysfunction, abdominal pain, menstrual disorders agitation and decreaed libido. Answered by Josie Paddack 3 months ago.
i've got been on Citalopram 20mg for some months. There are element effects, the main one being nausea which final for approximately 7 hours after taking a pill. It helps to 3 quantity yet would not thoroughly quell damaging thoughts or rigidity. i could advise nonetheless seeing a psychiatric nurse or cognitive psychiatrist often, and getting a great sort of workout and ingesting nicely to characteristic to the impacts of the medicine. wish that helps. Answered by Giuseppina Vannoy 3 months ago.
What is the difference between Citalopram Hydrobromide and Fluxetine Hcl?
Both of these are antidepressants, I was just curious as to the difference between them.
Asked by Leanne Loa 3 months ago.
I am taking Citalopram Hydrobromide as well. I started on 20 mg, then to 30 mg, and now 40 mg, and then to one and a half dose. Which is 55mg daily. I have had problems with memory retention, but even before the Citalopram. My problem is that is has not reduced my stress level, nor benefited my depression. I sometimes think it is just a placebo. How the heck is a pill gonna change my mental status if my problems are not resolved? I worry about everything, and no pill is gonna change that. Answered by Anjelica Petersen 3 months ago.
Does anyone know if i can take my citalopram hydrobromide 20mg at anytime of the day?
Asked by Lesia Swiat 3 months ago.
Hi i take 20mg of citalopram, I had to cut the pill in half because it made me so tired. So i take half in the morring around 9:00 am and the other half at 5:00 pm and it works great for me. Lots of luck Answered by Erlene Iwasko 3 months ago.
You should be able to take it any time during the day unless your doctor or pharmacist told you a specific time of day to take it. However, it is best if you take it the around the same time every day. Answered by Anthony Friedrichs 3 months ago.
Citalopram hydrobromide pills ?
apparently, i took 2 citalopram hydrobromide, 20mg pills..... don't ask why, it was NOT on purpose. i ate them less then 2 minutes ago, what should i expect ?
Asked by Mitchell Moczo 3 months ago.
2 citalopram hydrobromide will make you vommit or queezy, drink 1 glass water ever hour Answered by Narcisa Baitg 3 months ago.
I just started taking Citalopram Hydrobromide I was wondering how it worked for other ppl?
I'm taking 20 MG's of it.
Asked by Adah Paveglio 3 months ago.
This has worked very well for me. I used to be on Lexapro, but insurance stopped covering it, so I was switched to Citalopram. It took a couple weeks to fully work, but once it kicked in, my panic attacks and depression were once again under control. Answered by Lorriane Binn 3 months ago.
it takes 2-4 weeks for it to start working properly. it as a few side affects. which will subside after a week or two. in all it a very good drug. good luck. Answered by Rosie Jefferis 3 months ago.
i take this and they helped bring me out of depression in a few weeks there good. Answered by Miguelina Bischel 3 months ago.
this was the first antidepressant i tried and for me it did absolutely nothing. Answered by Lisbeth Burtschi 3 months ago.
Can being out in the sun, while taking Mirtazapine or Citalopram Hydrobromide, cause a skin reaction?
Asked by Esta Arntzen 3 months ago.
One of common side effects of Mirtazapine is getting allergic skin reaction: rash or hives. Also, Citalopram Hydrobromide carries side effect of skin rash or itching and photosensitivity reaction. Therefore a patient taking these two medications may find the sunlight irritable. Good Health! Answered by Jonas Wolery 3 months ago.
Is Citalopram hydrobromide 40 mg the same as xanax?
It seems to be for the same disorders but does it have the same side effects for rec use
Asked by Janeth Zendejas 3 months ago.
NOPE - Xanax is alprazolam - it is a drug from the benzodiazepines family. They are used for anxiety, muscle spasm, seizures. citalopram is an antidepressant drug from the family selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), its trade name is Celexa Answered by Anjelica Mellor 3 months ago.
Citalopram Hbr 40 Mg Answered by Trey Freidhof 3 months ago.
Will Celexa(Citalopram Hydrobromide) 10 Mg make me gain weight?
Im an 18 year old male and i just got prescribed Celexa and i want to make sure this medicine will not make me gain weight? And if you gain weight by taking this drug will it be easy to lose it after? Please help me out!!!
Asked by Edward Bijou 3 months ago.
Yes. It makes you gain weight. It has other adverse side-effects. It causes fatigue, drowsiness, lack of sexual desire and inability to achieve orgasm. Search 'Citalopram' in Wikipedia to know about all of its side-effects. Take care.* Answered by Valarie Mckinstry 3 months ago.
cook less food at a time Answered by Catrina Hiatt 3 months ago.