FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 075887/001.

Names and composition

"FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE.

Answered questions

What is fluvoxamine maleate wat is it use for? what the side effects?
my dr thinks it be good for me i forgot to ask question cos i was so tried. Asked by Cliff Auala 4 months ago.

Fluvoxamine is widely prescribed to treat major depression, and anxiety disorders such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorder, Panic Disorder, Social Phobia, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Fluvoxamine is indicated for children and adolescents with OCD. Unapproved/off-label/investigational Fluvoxamine is also used for the treatment of children and adolescents with social phobia, separation anxiety disorder, or generalized anxiety disorder. Fluvoxamine may help in the treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Answered by Mi Guilmette 4 months ago.

Fluvoxamine is an antidepressant used to treat psychiatric disorders such as social anxiety disorder, obsessive–compulsive disorders (recurring thoughts or actions), major depression, etc. It belongs to a group of drugs called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Fluvoxamine can cause side effects such as dry mouth, loss of appetite, weight loss, diarrhea, constipation, dizziness, drowsiness, insomnia, mild nausea, and sleep problems. Answered by Joette Rogol 4 months ago.


How long will it take for Fluvoxamine Maleate to leave my system?
I was prescribed Fluvoxamine Maleate yesterday to treat my Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and I think I had some adverse reactions to it, because I feel like horse ****.How long will it take for the medication to leave my system? Or, how long will it take for me to feel better if this was a drug... Asked by Stacie Corsello 4 months ago.

I was prescribed Fluvoxamine Maleate yesterday to treat my Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and I think I had some adverse reactions to it, because I feel like horse ****. How long will it take for the medication to leave my system? Or, how long will it take for me to feel better if this was a drug reaction? Thanks. Answered by Golden Vannette 4 months ago.

The antidepressant and anti-obsessional actions of fluvoxamine are believed to be related to its selective inhibition of pre-synaptic serotonin. Please note that the beginning of action of this medicine is after 2-3 weeks. I can say you that your disorder is such as a memory in your brain that remains in a loop and fluvoxamine breaks this repeating loop . If you like to improve your disorder,please study the Macbeth of Shakespeare. And after this if you understand the root of your problem,you can treat it. Answered by Cheryle Argenziano 4 months ago.

Eat Yogurt it has good bacteria that will eat the bad bacteria thats inside you from the bad food you ate. Also if you know of anything in your home that has acidofulous take that too. One time I went to (Alpha Beta) and bought a giant submarine sandwich made inside a french bread for $6.00 and took it home and ate a piece, later I got a bad fever and couldnt get out of bed for that whole day with a bad stomach ache, it lasted about 2 to 3 days, I thought it was the flu but never had it that bad before, after I came back my wife showed me the sandwich, inside of it was all green, later I went to Alpha Beta again and inspected all their meat and found alot of green bad meat, I informed the supervisor of the store to clean up his act, later I inspected again after a week or two, and foung the same thing so I had to report it as I had told the supervisor I was going to do if his act wasnt cleaned up. Answered by Kandis Nitka 4 months ago.


Can Fluvoxamine Maleate cause weight gain?
Asked by Erminia Muntz 4 months ago.

While it is not listed in the side effects from the manufacturer, SSRIs can have that effect on some people. The great news is that any weight gain is minimal and managed well with diet and exercise. Answered by Odis Diesel 4 months ago.


I discontinued fluvoxamine maleate (luvox)over one month ago. I went through the withdrawal symptoms; they wer
i got through the withdrawal symptoms.. they were gone.. now over one month later, Im experiencing similar symptoms (dizziness, loss of coordination, headache, nausea) again..does anyone know anything about this happening>>spontaneous recovery of withdrawal symptoms? Asked by Shaquana Lesmerises 4 months ago.

I hope that you discontinued this medication under a doctors supervision. You should never just stop taking an antidepressant without telling your doctor, you can have all sorts of problems; this applies to some other prescriptions medications also. In any case, you should be telling your doctor these symptoms and not asking people on Yahoo Answers. I can tell you that even if you get some good advice you will get a lot of bad advice also, and how will be able to tell which is which? Answered by Marissa Degrave 4 months ago.

I was on this drug for 8 months. 300mg per day. I have never had a recurrence of the withdrawal symptoms, but it doesn't surprise me that it could happen. If I were you I would search the internet for herbal detox products to flush the chemicals from your system. (seek and ye shall find) If you are on any other meds check with your doc first. It is dangerous to mix some herbs with meds. Answered by Kia Taton 4 months ago.

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Overdose on anti-depressant (Fluvoxamine) (Faverin)?
i had 700 MG of (Fluvoxamine) (Faverin), when i should be taking 200 mg, can i overdose on faverin?? am i going to be ok?know what i did was very wrong, but sometimes i just can't take it anymore, sometimes i think of ending my lifei know i need helpwhat should i do?when i have another manic episode... Asked by Olen Byant 4 months ago.

i had 700 MG of (Fluvoxamine) (Faverin), when i should be taking 200 mg, can i overdose on faverin?? am i going to be ok? know what i did was very wrong, but sometimes i just can't take it anymore, sometimes i think of ending my life i know i need help what should i do? when i have another manic episode how can i control it? I'm already seeing a psychiatrist Answered by Ligia Iraheta 4 months ago.

You might get nauseous and even vomit and feel stomach pain. It could increase anxiety and nervousness tonight, and you might feel kind of weak.. You won't die, not even close. Fluvoxamine is an SSRI, the maleate salt to relieve the symptoms of OCD, PTSD, even compulsive gambling and shopping and other disorders. Yes, what you did was wrong. Best to take meds as prescribed and give them time to build up in your system slowly. This med is usually given to people with higher than average IQ, so be smart. Answered by Carmelo Bergamini 4 months ago.

Luvox Overdose Answered by Kiley Mcclenningham 4 months ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Overdose on anti-depressant (Fluvoxamine) (Faverin)? i had 700 MG of (Fluvoxamine) (Faverin), when i should be taking 200 mg, can i overdose on faverin?? am i going to be ok? know what i did was very wrong, but sometimes i just can't take it anymore, sometimes i think of ending my life i know i need help what should i do? when i have... Answered by Doreen Chatman 4 months ago.

You can overdose on any drug. Call your local pharmicist and ask them what will happen, you do not have to say who you are. Stay awake and drink water. If you are seeing a psychiatrist you are already doing something right. I would talk to him more and ask him these questions. I understand what it feels to just want everything to end, but life is worth living even if its hard. Answered by Patience Zolezzi 4 months ago.

Straight answer: YES! (It's true how big the OD is makes a difference... no one should OD!) Overdosing on plain air can kill some people! "ODing" is not good for anyone. Too much killed Marilyn Monroe & Elvis Presley. Answered by Eleonora Levitan 4 months ago.


Can i hope someone know about this?
DOG0102, sorry i mean Doug0102 what do you mean?? Asked by Glennis Raddle 4 months ago.

My psychiatrist prescribed me the following medicine for the treatment of OCD and anxiety. FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE tablets as drug and METHYLCOBALAMINE tablets as supportive drug both for 10 days first. I have ocd from approx'ly 6 years and this is the first time im taking medicine for it. I cant see my drug in the group of drugs normally doc's prescribe for ocd. Any one know or used it?? If know about this drug also tell what are the side effects if possible. Any info would be appriciated because there are no many knowledgeable ppl in my area about these kind of things... Answered by Dayna Boock 4 months ago.

Okay, so yes i have prescribed Fluvoxamine for my patients for OCD and it is commonly prescribed for the treatment of OCD because what is causing these compulsions in the first place is a chemical unbalance of Serotonin and what Fluvoxamine does is balance out those levels. I have never prescribed or hear of anybody having been prescribed Methylcobalamine before because all it is is a vitamin! This is full of Folic Acid and B12. This pill is used to treat vitamin B12 deficiencies. Hope i Helped! Answered by Georgianna Braunwarth 4 months ago.

straight from wikipedia my friend: Fluvoxamine is widely prescribed to treat major depression, and anxiety disorders such as obsessive–compulsive disorder, Panic Disorder, Social Phobia, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.[7] Fluvoxamine is indicated for children and adolescents with OCD.[8 Common side effects of fluvoxamine are: nausea, vomiting, drowsiness, difficulty sleeping, dizziness, nervousness, feeling anxious, dry mouth, abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhea, heart burn, loss of appetite, muscle weakness, pins and needles, abnormal taste, headache, faster heart beat, sweating, weight gain, weight loss or unusual bruising. Other side effects observed more frequently in children are: abnormal thoughts or behaviour, cough, increased period pain, nose bleeds, increased restlessness, infection and sinusitis.[11][12] Sexual side effects with fluvoxamine are rare, unlike other SSRIs Methylcobalamin is a cobalamin (MeB12) used in peripheral neuropathy, diabetic neuropathy etc. It is a form of vitamin B12. Methylcobalamin has been studied in conjunction with sleep-wake rhythm disorders, where it appears to yield benefits, but at a low or inconsistent level.[1] It is used in treating diseases of vitamin B12 deficiency (such as pernicious anemia), or diseases of effective B12 deficiency, such as vitamin B12 metabolic pathway pathologies. One study suggests that once absorbed, methylcobalamin may be retained in the body better than cyanocobalamin.[2] ... seems the methylcobalamin is to help the uptake of fluvoxamine or prevent a vitamin deficiancy that could be caused by taking the fluvoxamine. it looks like your doctor is using the drugs as indicated, give it a shot. keep a journal of any side effects that you experience. tell your doctor about them. tell your doctor if it helps at all or if your symptoms get worse. Answered by Marylynn Angleton 4 months ago.

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Medications are killing my sex drive! HELP!?
I take fluvoxamine maleate an anti depressant and kariva a birth control pill. Before i started taking any medications i had a sex drive that would make you blush but since then it is completely dead and my boyfriend is frustrated too. he says it doesn't bother him, but i know that look when i say not tonight.... Asked by Erlene Oare 4 months ago.

I take fluvoxamine maleate an anti depressant and kariva a birth control pill. Before i started taking any medications i had a sex drive that would make you blush but since then it is completely dead and my boyfriend is frustrated too. he says it doesn't bother him, but i know that look when i say not tonight. what can i do. is there birth control or anti depressants that don't cause this side effect or exercise or supplements that are safe? Answered by Odette Dominowski 4 months ago.

My birth control pills did the same thing to me. I used to have a sex drive that i would compare to a guys. I wanted it more than he did!!! No joke! it was crazy. There were nights that he was telling me no. But after I started my birth control pill it started to falter. Now he is begging me to and is so happy on the nights that I am actually in the mood. It is a pain but its just from the pill. I am not sure if there is another type of BC that doesn't cause this side effect but most of the ones that I looked at said the same thing that you would have a decreased libido because it messes with your hormones. Sometimes you have to have a lot of foreplay to get in the mood. If i am not feeling it that night he will give me a sexy massage or start kissing my neck and rub my arms and legs and kiss my legs. The longer the foreplay the more into it i get and eventually want to have sex. I hope this helps. Answered by Young Kuhnemund 4 months ago.

Try a clitoral enhancement cream like Love Motion #9 or Vazoplex. They've been on the market for years, and don't burn like the KY intense stuff. They create a warm, throbbing sensation, and in about 2 minutes you'll want to have sex. They work by increasing blood flow, so it creates a female erection. (and just like a guy, you'll want someone to help you take care of it!) It's perfect for people on anti-depressants because its not another pill to take,. You put it on when you want to get in the mood, and when you don't, you don't use it! I've been using it for 3 years now, and I love it!! (So much, that I joined PartyGals so I have a lifetime supply!) www.PartyGalAnne.com LOL!! Answered by Loris Dockter 4 months ago.

Graham crackers? Holy mother.. No more for me.. :P Dang it. Margaret Thatcher naked!!!! Did that work? Btw, you should have offered to help sponge him off. And that way you would have bit his hard perky nipples (which I have this image of him having).. Which would have taken you into a hot sweaty romp. He gets two work outs in one day, and you get to reduce some tension. Shoot.. Did I just undo the whole killing your sex drive? Sorry.. Answered by Nathalie Lavis 4 months ago.

take vitamins and drink lots of water honestly lack of sex drive is so common on birth control so i don't no what to say but the one thing your body really needs that any one can get is water its so helpful to the body but don't drink to much at once drink a 8oz cup every hour and you'll notice the difference in your body water helps your body run better i hope this helped Answered by Nadene Dowlin 4 months ago.

speak to your doctor about your concerns. you should never adjust your own medications, especially when you have to take more than one. some are dangerous to be taken together, some negate the effects of the other. so speak to your doctor, and get him/her to fix it. dont trust strangers on the internet, and most of the "doctors" on this site are probably 14 year old kids, because the things they have said are so incredibly wrong. Answered by Ollie Kha 4 months ago.

Birth control causes it. In fact, I'm in my third month of Loestrin and I JUST got it back after being unable to get "excited" at all. Answered by Elodia Sedanos 4 months ago.

I wish. You can try a different antidepressant, maybe it'll help, but every one I've tried kills my drive too. Still, at least I'm not suicidally depressed. Got to prioritize. Answered by Delora Kihlstrom 4 months ago.


Will I experience withdrawal symptoms if I ween off 100 mg of luvox by 25 mg a week?
I have been on Fluvoxamine Maleate since second grade I am 19 now and I am trying to ween off of it. Is it okay if i ween down to not taking luvox at all by decreasing by 25 mg a week like for a week I take 75mg then the next week 50 then the next week 25 then the next week nothing? will I experience withdrawal... Asked by Bart Aschoff 4 months ago.

I have been on Fluvoxamine Maleate since second grade I am 19 now and I am trying to ween off of it. Is it okay if i ween down to not taking luvox at all by decreasing by 25 mg a week like for a week I take 75mg then the next week 50 then the next week 25 then the next week nothing? will I experience withdrawal symptoms or will I be okay? Answered by Roberto Alameda 4 months ago.

Why not call your doctor? If they answer questions over the phone, you don't get charged. Also ask your pharmacist. Answered by Giovanni Rennell 4 months ago.

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it is your will power and moral support that governs. you can, you will and you must do it. Answered by Rickie Geigle 4 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
075887/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
075887/002 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
075887/003 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 100MG
075888/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
075888/002 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
075888/003 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 100MG
075889/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
075889/002 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
075889/003 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 100MG
075893/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
075893/002 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
075893/003 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 100MG
075894/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
075894/002 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
075894/003 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 100MG
075897/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
075897/002 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
075897/003 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 100MG
075898/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
075898/002 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
075898/003 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 100MG
075899/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
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075900/003 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 100MG
075901/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
075901/002 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
075901/003 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 100MG
075902/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
075902/002 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
075902/003 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 100MG
075950/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
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020243/001 LUVOX FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020243/002 LUVOX FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020243/003 LUVOX FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 100MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020243/004 LUVOX FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 150MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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022235/003 LUVOX FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ ORAL 100MG
075887/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
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075888/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
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075889/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
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075901/002 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
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075902/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
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075950/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
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076125/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
076125/002 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 50MG
076125/003 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 100MG
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091482/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 100MG
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203240/001 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 100MG
203240/002 FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE FLUVOXAMINE MALEATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 150MG

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