LUVOX Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020243/001.

Names and composition

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

Answered questions

A question on using Luvox?
Im now been prescribed 100mg Luvox pills for my anxiety. im 17 and im scared to take them! i dunno if i should cuz im scared of the feeling of the drug:\. Anxiety scared the **** out of me from drugs cuz i got like 6 panic attack on ecstasy. Anyone had good syptoms from this drug?should i really take it?... Asked by Dion Portor 3 months ago.

Im now been prescribed 100mg Luvox pills for my anxiety. im 17 and im scared to take them! i dunno if i should cuz im scared of the feeling of the drug:\. Anxiety scared the **** out of me from drugs cuz i got like 6 panic attack on ecstasy. Anyone had good syptoms from this drug? should i really take it? and if i do, can i take it at night then fall asleep so i wont feel the drug? any tips? Answered by Marjory Husfelt 3 months ago.

Well Luvox is not like ecstasy for the most part. ecstasy (MDMA) is an amphetamine based drug with hallucinogenic properties. So it is a stimulant and stimulants can cause anxiety, panic, and agitation. So it is not rare to have a panic attack on MDMA. I should also note that the vast majority of ecstasy pills are not pure and will probably have other drugs or chemicals. Luvox in an SSRI so it blocks the reuptake of seritonin. It also acts on the sigma receptor, reducing anxiety. MDMA FORCES seritonin out and then will not allow it to break down. It can, simply put, burn up the seritonin receptors. Luvox will not do this. Luvox might make you a little anxious at first. But it should go away in a few days. If you do have anxiety talk with your doctor. I would not take it at night because it might make it more difficult to sleep during the first few days of taking it. Good luck Answered by Corrina Banek 3 months ago.


Luvox CR, Side Effects?
I started taking Luvox CR a couple of days ago for depression and anxiety and have noticed a few dramatic changes; I have started having trouble falling asleep and am waking up very early, I have lost practically all interest in food and the first day after I started taking it I became very hyperactive (I know that... Asked by Devon Macmillen 3 months ago.

I started taking Luvox CR a couple of days ago for depression and anxiety and have noticed a few dramatic changes; I have started having trouble falling asleep and am waking up very early, I have lost practically all interest in food and the first day after I started taking it I became very hyperactive (I know that antidepressants are supposed to make you happier, but dancing around the house singing, getting far more work done in an hour than would normally be done in three, and talking so quickly that people had trouble keeping up with me...?..I hadn't expected the effect to be that strong...) I wanted to know whether these are common side effects of the drug and also whether they are worth mentioning to my doctor at all? Thanks, LittleMe Answered by Donnetta Olivarez 3 months ago.

It's very feasible that they is also, even though no one on the net is relatively going to be a designated and correct reply. If you relatively wish an reply, then you are going to must ask your medical professional of whom prescribed the remedy to you within the first location. If those matters are relatively bothering you then you definately must be certain the whole thing is ok and your medical professional is mostly the nice one for the activity. So simply hold in there and get any abnormalities looked at earlier than it is too overdue. Best of good fortune. Answered by Leonor Batte 3 months ago.


Anyone been on Luvox?
i dont know how to extend the time..im hoping this will do it.. Asked by Floy Woodmore 3 months ago.

If so, what was it prescribed for and did it work for you? I don't want a list of links to find out about the med, i've been on it for a year and a half now and have done enough research on it. I want personal oppinions and experiences. Any side effects you may have experienced, the highest dosage you were prescribed (I'm at 200mg) weight or appetite changes? Sleep? Worsening depression? Please dont just answer yes or no or some silly response just to get points. I will report stupid comments. Answered by Kathyrn Calabretta 3 months ago.

Another question I have for people currently on Luvox, is when do you find it best to take? My Psych says I should take it at bedtime but I actually changed it to mornings because I felt it was interfering with my sleep, and that whats the point of taking it it when its going to peak at a time when im either sleeping, or early in the day when my depression is not as bad as it is later on. Now that I've had the increase, i have moved it back to nights, but im not sure how its going to work out... any opinions? Answered by Lakesha Marsh 3 months ago.

I took Luvox for obsessive compulsive disorder for 7 years. I gained 50 lbs and yawned uncontrollably for about a year and a half. This is actually a known side effect. I was on various doses, sometimes up to the max recommended dose of 350mg. I was unbelievably tired the whole time I took it. If I missed a couple doses I had blinding headaches that kept me in bed. My mom takes it and has had the same problems, but I think it helped more than it hurt over all. Oddly enough I was re diagnosed as bi polar a year ago. Seems the OCD was mania, not truly OCD. I take Lamictal now and feel a lot better than before. Luvox is a good drug, but I have read it can increase suicidal thoughts, altho I didn't have that problem. Answered by Larraine Presnal 3 months ago.

I've been on Luvox for 6 years, and am trying to come off it now. I was on 100mg a day, and have whittled myself down to 50mg a day and would quite like to come off it entirely. Apart from the nausea when I started, I haven't noticed any really bad side effects - although my libido is non-existent. In both males and females it seriously decreases sexual drive and your ability to achieve an organsm, which is difficult for me, because I'm married and would like to maintain a happy sexual relationship with my husband. Although I've taken it for six years, I find it almost impossible to come off because of the withdrawal effects, and still feel extremely depressed some days. I still have suicidal ideation, and still cry uncontrollably. I self harm and a whole raft of other things. I also find that, while I'm relatively reasonable in daily life, my dreams are really horrendous. The Luvox isn't a panacea, and should probably be taken in conjunction with some therapy, but I really don't want any more therapy; on balance, was the Luvox helpful? Yes, it probably was, but it's major drawback for me is the difficult of coming off it. Hope that helps. Answered by Kareem Casselberry 3 months ago.

Hi there, I was on luvox a few years ago to treat depression and Trichotillamania. I'm pretty sure I was on 150mg and I don't remeber any side effect that I felt. I was on it for about 6 months before they changed my meds. I do remember sleeping alot more though. Answered by Judy Schech 3 months ago.


Does anyone take luvox? If so does this help with sleep?
Also, my dr wants to lower my seroquel from 300mg to 150mg because she said luvox can increase the dose of seroquel and therefore the side effects. Does anyone know anything about this? Please help. I also take klonopin 1.5 mgs which shes keeping me at this level. But shes totally taking me off trazedone. ... Asked by Lyndon Avella 3 months ago.

Also, my dr wants to lower my seroquel from 300mg to 150mg because she said luvox can increase the dose of seroquel and therefore the side effects. Does anyone know anything about this? Please help. I also take klonopin 1.5 mgs which shes keeping me at this level. But shes totally taking me off trazedone. Trazedone, klonopin and seroquel help me sleep. I'm afraid lowering the seroquel and stopping the trazedone will give me bad insomnia. She claims luvox is sedating but she prescribed it on the bottle to take it in the morning so this doesnt' make sense. please help! Answered by Albert Desmarais 3 months ago.

My brother took luvox, and saw blood dripping down the walls of his room. When I took antidepressants, I got severe mania and was kicked out of my graduate program, and got panic attacks and horrific nightmares where people were decapitated or shot in the head, etc. I have nothing good to say about psychiatric drugs at all. For 17 years, I lived in total hell. I had serious problems before the drugs, but I quickly descended into complete disability, and stayed there, in an agitated permanent depressive hell. I got off the drugs 3 years ago, and recently working on a science fiction novel. I gave up writing 20 years ago when I got on these prescribed drugs. My doctors and therapists thru these many years said it was my bipolar disorder, but they were full of it. It was the drugs making me so sick. I still have depression, and maybe will get mania again some day, but my behavior problems disappeared (they didn't show up until I was 30, when I was drugged) and I can think as well as I did in my 20's again. The depression did go away for a couple of months last year, which believe me, that is MAJOR progress that never happened on the drugs, unless they were causing severe mania temporarily. GARBAGE. My brother improved off all drugs, also, but I emphasize, we do have serious psychiatric problems. But the drugs only made us MUCH worse, and the entire time, doctors said it was "our illness" which was a load of bunk. Anyway, luvox and seroquel are both metabolized by your liver, by the CYP 450 2d6 enzyme, and the luvox interferes with that enzyme's ability to break down the seroquel, because it would much rather work on the luvox. So the seroquel builds up in your bloodstream. Wiki has a good article about cyp 450 liver enzymes. idk if you've tried behavioral interventions, but google sleep hygeine, and try avoiding blue light near bedtime. Answered by Lory Kobara 3 months ago.


Are these possible symptoms of Luvox?
Lack of balance(poor balance) dry eyes(your eyes hurt) hard painful bowel movements Asked by Margarite Runyon 3 months ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Are these possible symptoms of Luvox? Lack of balance(poor balance) dry eyes(your eyes hurt) hard painful bowel movements Answered by Vennie Eyton 3 months ago.


How long does it take for Luvox to work?
I increased the dosage of Luvox from 50 to 100 mg 5 days ago. I started to feel a bit better yesterday and I am definitely feeling better today(5 nights). But I am also seeing a psychotherapist.Is it the medication or the psychotherapy that is making me feel better? In other words, is possible that Luvox makes... Asked by Alvin Brochu 3 months ago.

I increased the dosage of Luvox from 50 to 100 mg 5 days ago. I started to feel a bit better yesterday and I am definitely feeling better today(5 nights). But I am also seeing a psychotherapist. Is it the medication or the psychotherapy that is making me feel better? In other words, is possible that Luvox makes you feel better in 5 days? Answered by India Forstedt 3 months ago.

Luvox is an anti-anxiety medication, it is long acting so it takes a bit for the levels in your blood stream to reach a therapeutic level over time. However, since you have already been taking it at a 50mg dose, the increase to 100mg maybe more noticeable faster. Normally, when starting a new medication like this it takes 4-6 weeks to really see a consistent difference in mood and symptoms. But since you already have levels of the medication in your body, the effects of the dose increase may be more noticeable. Of course going to therapy will help as well, since it should help you to vent frustrations, have support and develop coping strategies to deal with symptoms, both positive and negative. Overall both are good, and maybe even eventually, you will be able to taper back down the Luvox dose. Good luck, hope this helps! Answered by Adela Smart 3 months ago.

Does Luvox Work Answered by Leann Garibaldo 3 months ago.

Probably side effects. I think that's an antidepressant, right? Those sound like common side effects. Headache, dizzyness, nausea...those are all side effects that go alone with antidepressants. It's nothing serious. Keep taking the medicine and the side effects will go away eventually. Your body just has to get used to it. Are you allowed to take it at night, or does it have to be taken in the morning? If you can take it right before you go to sleep, then maybe you could sleep through the worst of it... Answered by Bella Scarritt 3 months ago.


Seroquel and luvox?
I am the loving mum of a 19 with severe 'borderline personality disorder' her Dr has priscribed 250mgs lovox daily with seroquel only to be taken as required, ie when she is on the verge of an episode or feeling like she is about to lose controll, has anyone heard of seroquel being used like this? she can... Asked by Bert Vorse 3 months ago.

I am the loving mum of a 19 with severe 'borderline personality disorder' her Dr has priscribed 250mgs lovox daily with seroquel only to be taken as required, ie when she is on the verge of an episode or feeling like she is about to lose controll, has anyone heard of seroquel being used like this? she can take it when she wants, and not when she does not need it. It certainly stabilises her moods pretty quickly, but I cant find any info anywhere on it being used in this manner. any advice would be greatly appreciated. thanks, Julie Answered by Alise Burreson 3 months ago.

Hey there Julie, Thanx for your question. The Luvox 250mg is a moderate dose of and anti depressant of the SSRI category. This is one of the newer atypical antidepressants that is believed to increase the brain's levels of the feel good chemical serotonin. Normally, levels of serotonin promote happiness and reduce anxiety. If used in excess such as in frequent stressfull lifestyles or not secreted properlally due to foriegn abnormailties, serotonin becomes depleted leading to depression, hyper-anxiey, aggitation, anger, guilt, ect. This drug has proven to be quite popular of late. Seroquel on the other hand acts on the Dopamine receptors of the brain inhibiting the preventing the symptoms of psychosis and extreme anxiety and aggitation. With your daughter's BPD, it's application sounds as though its for relieving here "stress and aggitation" by sedating her with the Seroquel. This in turn minimises the risk of her developing anger outbursts, hyper anxiety and then developing secondary coping strategies in order to deal with the anxiety and anger such as self harm, lashing out, and physical aggression. Side effects I have encountered on Seroquel include; Mild nausea & vomitting when first starting treatment, dizziness particuarly in the morning, lethargy, melancholia, ataxia {gait disturbance} dyspraxia, tremors, and significant weight gain. Personally, I take 1200mg of Seroquel at night and still need an extra 50mg of Largactil in order to sleep. This is my maintenance dose for schizophrenia and bipolar along with 3000mg Valporate and 40mg of Aropax. This regieme is for a specific condition. Prior to being diagnosed, I was taking Seroquel for sedation rior to an attack. I started on 200mg, but everyone is different with independant weight, height, & metabolism characteristics. I wish you and your daughter good health and remember that meds and conselling have proven to be the best (and most expensive) method of managing mental illness. Take care, Kate Answered by Noemi Puckhaber 3 months ago.

Talk to you doctor. I had healthy bub on prozac and seroquel. Not sure about the luvox but the seroquel is relatively safe. As for the previous moronic remark about thalidomide, people take all kinds of medications whilst pregnant for diabetes, heart disease, epilepsy etc and they have healthy babies. You will just need closer monitoring. Good luck to you. Answered by Benedict Gerald 3 months ago.

Yes, I certainly took seroquel in that manner. I would use it for when I wasn't feeling too good or when I needed an extra boost for the pillow when my other meds weren't working. It's one of the few that can be taken as needed. I would say though that if she's not taking it regularly then she shouldn't take more than 100mg at a time since she won't be used to it. I just took 25mg when needed. Answered by Kayce Favian 3 months ago.

Seroquel is definitely being used this way. My sister in law and husband take it for their anxiety etc. I have taken it once and it made me feel horrible the next day but they both love it. Answered by Johnnie Treworgy 3 months ago.

No. Your suppose to take it rountinely. Make sure she gets enough sleep. It makes you extremely dizzy, if she doesn't. I was on it, when my pshciatrist was on her stupid day, then they found out I just had anxiety. Pschiatry is such a hit and miss field. Don't worry. I know this is hard time, but just make sure you stay by your daughter's side, and monitor what her pschiatrist are doing. They can put her on everthing, if she just having a bad day, and trust me. They might. Take it from someone who was diagnosed as bipolar on her birthday. With further tests they found out I was fine. Answered by Laverna Frith 3 months ago.

that is how i was prescribed my seroquel. i have psychotic paranoia, and i was told to use it whn i feel an episode coming. my doctor told me this is because people with stronger disorders build a fast tolerance to it, so if you take it like this, your body doesnt get used to it as it would in a normal dose. Answered by Daniell Furlow 3 months ago.

seroquel is labeled as an anti-psychotic drug and I take it mainly for sleep,but it helps IMMENSELY with "episodes". Answered by Lilliam Stolecki 3 months ago.


Does anyone have any experience with Luvox (good or bad)?
Did it work for you? I would be taking it mostly for anxiety/OCD. Also, did you have any side effects? I'm hesitant about trying an antidepressant medication, so any advice would be appreciated. Thanks you. Asked by Merlin Aarant 3 months ago.

Luvox (fluvoxamine) is one of the first SSRIs and is probably the best antidepressant/anti-anxiety on the market for OCD and musical hallucinations in acquired deafness. The most common side effects are headache, nausea, dry mouth, sweating, sleepiness or constipation, loss of libido. Most all go away after a week. Mixing it with caffeine can be very unpleasant, for instance, if you drink coffee, one cup may feel like 5 cups, and last 5 times as long. This is called caffeine intoxication, and is well documented with fluvoxamine. If you smoke, it increases luvox metabolism by 25-60% so you get less results with the medication. But nicotine is an effective treatment for OCD, it reduces OCD symptoms and anxiety. OCD is an anxiety disorder. Answered by Ignacia Woester 3 months ago.


Luvox and sexual side effects?
My psychiatrist has recently been upping the dosage of Luvox for me, at first starting off with 100mg, and since *I guess* it seemed to work out well for me, we decided to go to 200mg. Everything's fine, possibly some sexual side effects but not enough for me to have noticed at the time.Using the philosophy... Asked by Jessica Rover 3 months ago.

My psychiatrist has recently been upping the dosage of Luvox for me, at first starting off with 100mg, and since *I guess* it seemed to work out well for me, we decided to go to 200mg. Everything's fine, possibly some sexual side effects but not enough for me to have noticed at the time. Using the philosophy "we can do better than 'okay'!" I'm now taking 300mg, the max legal dosage, or so he told me. I wasn't too excited about using any medication at the "max legal dosage" but my mother is adamant that I've been doing much better on the increased doses. (I'm not so sure. Am I doing better because of the medicine, or because I've got a job now and am starting to get my life back on track after my 'breakdown' in May?) But now that I'm on the 300mg Luvox, I'm lucky if I can ejaculate ONCE a week. Keep in mind that I regularly masturbate every day... My problem is that although my sex drive is normal, I just can't come. There are times when I'm like, "Dude! (talking to my penis) How did that NOT get you off?!" And what I mean by that is there are times when I feel my penis is about to explode into an orgasm and... nothing happens. So much of nothing happened this evening that I could have almost cried. This has become frustrating, and it's an emotional let-down after a failed attempt. (Probably something to do with them brain hormones and such.) So here's my question, and I thank you for reading through all this: If I'm doing better on the Luvox, if I'm getting my life in order because of it, is it worth putting up with so much sexual frustration? (If I was regularly having sex, the answer would be easy. But right now I'm single, so I don't know...) Answered by Cleopatra Rafel 3 months ago.

300MG of Luvox (Fluvoxamine) is the highest amount that is generally prescribed, and where the patient has therapeutic benefits (relief from depression). While the amount is high for Luvox, it's still safe as there aren't many critical side effects with SSRIs (Selective Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibition). There is no "legal limit" on any medication, especially for a drug like Luvox which is not a controlled substance (no abuse potential). As with ALL SSRIs the ability to climax is greatly impacted. In fact, many Drs will prescribe this class of drug for this reason specifically. There are a few other different types of medications that don't cause sexual side such as Wellbutrin (Bupropion), and a new drug called Viibryd (Vilazodone) Many depressed patients have placebo effect when taking medications. Often they feel because they are taking a greater dosage, a new drug, or a different type their depression changes when in fact they are being given placebo (sugar pill). If you would like to lessen the extent of the side effects I would suggest taking your dose down in increments to 150 once daily. Since you are fairly new to SSRIs and you aren't stopping abruptly you will not likely have SSRI discontinuation syndrome. Many people will take their dosage down to a lower level once they are started using it for 6 or more weeks. Answered by Charlene Serrao 3 months ago.

What was the Luvox for??? The side effects can be scary, and could be permanent... Wellbutrin will probably make things even worse. Maybe get a second opinion i.e. see a different doctor. good luck Answered by China Froschheiser 3 months ago.


Taking Luvox?
I've been increasing my intake of this medicine but I feel depressed! I am not taking this for depression, but for anxiety. I am just taking one and a half each night, for about 10 days already. Should I just reduce this medicine to where I was at the begininning? Asked by Kristi Corredor 3 months ago.

You should be taking the medicine as prescribed. Antidepressants are frequently prescribed for anxiety. You increased the dose 10 days ago but, how long have you been on the medication?? I ask because medications, such as Luvox can take up to 4 weeks or longer ( usually 4-6 weeks ) but some people may feel the effects of the medicine sooner. Since I don't know exactly how long you have been on Luvox, you may need to contact your Doc who prescribed the medicine. He/she can advise as to whether you should just resume the recommended dose or, if you need to wean the medication( reduce your current amount that you have been taking). I hope that this helps. Answered by Kathrine Galante 3 months ago.

dont take more than your doctor told you to take. if youre depressed, talk with your doctor about it if you havent already. and fyi it takes 3-6 weeks for antidepressants to give full antidepressant effect, its not like taking a tylenol for pain where you take it and an hour later youre fine, they work more slowly Answered by Shannon Lennon 3 months ago.

antidepressants take months before they take effect! keep at your original dose and persevere. You might need some valium for a short while in the meantime Answered by Alicia Bonadurer 3 months ago.


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