Details for tablet - Citadep 20mg - Citalopram hydrobromide
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Citadep 20mg 10 Tablets/Strip (Citalopram HCL) (Generic Celexa)
Also known as Celexa
The uses of CITADEP include:
Citadep is manufactured by Cipla Pharmaceuticals Limited, India.
Citalopram is an antidepressant (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor-
SSRI) used to treat depression. It works by restoring the balance of certain
natural substances (neurotransmitters such as serotonin) in the brain.
Citalopram may improve your feelings of well-being and energy level.
Citadep is a popular medicine that is known to belong to a wide class of medicines that are generally known under the name of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. Citadep is able to affect some of the substances that can be found in the patient's brain, and that are known to sometimes become unbalanced (thus, a depression is initiated).
Citadep is a medicine that is primarily indicated in the treatment of patients who are suffering from depression. However, Citadep can also serve some other purposes (treat or prevent some other medical conditions) that have not been listed in this guide.
A treatment with Citadep is not recommended in the case of patients who are suffering from the following medical conditions:
Patients who are suffering from any of the medical disorders that have been listed here might not be allowed to start taking Citadep, or they should be indicated a lower dose of Citadep. Their personal healthcare provider should closely monitor the patients' treatment with Citadep.
You should avoid starting a treatment with Citadep if you have recently taken monoamine oxidase inhibitor like these medicines:
- Isocarboxazid or marplan;
- Phenelzine or nardil;
- Tranylcypromine or parnate;
Citadep is a category C FDA pregnancy medicine. Therefore, it has not been clearly determined whether a treatment with Citadep during pregnancy could harm a growing fetus or not. If you are pregnant, or if you suspect that you might become pregnant soon, you should ask your personal physician if it is safe (both for you and for the unborn child) to start a treatment with Citadep.
It has been clearly established that Citadep's main ingredients are able to pass into the nursing mother's breast milk. If you are currently breastfeeding a child, you must not start using Citadep without first consulting it with your personal doctor.
Ask your doctor to tell you how, when and how much Citadep you should take in on a regular basis. You must take Citadep exactly how your personal doctor has told you to. If you do not understand some of your personal physician's instructions, you should ask a pharmacist, a nurse or a physician. You should also carefully read the set of instructions from your medicine's label. You must try to avoid taking double doses of Citadep without your personal physician's consent. You should accompany each dose of Citadep with a full glass of water (8 ounces of liquid), with food or milk (in order to avoid stomach upset). You must not stop your treatment with Citadep without your physician's approval, as this might trigger some unwanted side effects.
Ask your personal physician to tell you the correct dose of Citadep that you should take in (the one that suits your medical condition best). The correct dosage is known to sometimes vary from one patient to another, as it depends on a variety of like the severity of the patient's medical condition, sex, age, etc. You must not make any adjustments to the dose that you have been indicated by your personal healthcare provider without his or her approval.
If you suspect that you are suffering from an overdose with Citadep, you are probably in need of emergency medical attention / care. Therefore, you should alert your local poison control center as soon as you can (if it is possible, you should take your drug container with you). Inform your personal physician of this. The average Citadep overdose symptoms are:
- A fast heartbeat;