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Zavget 10mg Tablet
Zavget 10mg Tablet (Escitalopram), a potent selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) is the pure S-enantiomer (single isomer) of the racemic bicyclic phthalane derivative citalopram. Chemically Zavget 10mg Tablet is designated S-(+)-1-[3-(dimethyl-amino) propyl]-1- (p-fluorophenyl)-5-phthalancarbonitrile oxalate. This Tablet molecular formula is C20H21FN2O.C2H2O. This Tablet is used in patients with depression, mental (brain) disorders, and panic disorders. Some patients with panic disorder may experience increased anxiety symptoms at the beginning of treatment with antidepressants.
A low starting dose is advised to reduce the likelihood of an anxiogenic effect. Seizures this Tablet should be discontinued if a patient develops seizures for the first time, or if there is an increase in seizure frequency.This Tablet should be avoided in patients with unstable epilepsy and patients with controlled epilepsy should be closely monitored.
Drugs affecting platelet function Caution is advised in patients taking this tablet particularly in concomitant use with oral anticoagulants and drugs known to affect platelet function e.g. atypical antipsychotics, phenothiazines, most tricyclic antidepressants, acetylsalicylic acid and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), ticlopidine, dipyridamole and in patients with known bleeding tendencies. Serotonergic drugs Coadministration with serotonergic drugs (e.g. Tramadol, sumatriptan and other triptans) may lead to an enhancement of serotonergic effects.
Symptoms Overdose of escitalopram include symptoms mainly related to the central nervous system (ranging from dizziness), gastrointestinal system . Treatment There is no specific antidote.
This medicine is used in patients with,
- mental (brain) disorders, and panic disorders.
Side Effects Of Zavget 10mg Tablet
The side effects of this medication include,
- sexual dysfunction,
- tremor (shaking),
- myalgia (pain in muscles),
- arthralgia (pain in joints),
- weight gain,
- abnormal dreams,
- fatigue (tiredness),
- GI upset (stomach upset),
- insomnia (inability to sleep),
- dry mouth,
- sinus infections,
When Not To Use
This medication is contraindicated in patients with,
- serotonin syndrome (neurological disorder),
- epilepsy (fits).
- You can take this medication in conjunction with or without meals.
- Avoid caffeine and alcohol while taking this medication.
- Inform your doctor right away If you experience an allergy reaction with this medicine, or any of the adverse effects are evident.
- Don’t stop using this medicine suddenly.
- Talk to your doctor prior to quitting the medication abruptly.
- Inform your physician if you are sensitive or allergic to Escitalopram or Escitalopram or are allergic to any other.
- The active ingredients in this product could cause allergic reactions, or cause other problems.
- For more information, consult your doctor.
- Tell your doctor about the medical conditions you have, particularly in the event that you have a family or personal history of manic or bipolar disorder as well as a personal or family history of suicide attempts or liver issues seizures, seizures and low blood sodium levels, ulcers or bleeding in the intestines (peptic ulcer) or bleeding disorders and a personal or family history of the glaucoma.
- Escitalopram is associated with the heart rhythm disorder (QT lengthening).
- QT prolongation may cause dangerous (occasionally fatal) irregular/fast heartbeats along with other symptoms (such such as severe dizziness or fainting) which require medical attention.
- If you are suffering from specific medical conditions or other medications that can cause QT extension, your chance of suffering from QT prolongation could be elevated.
- Before you start taking Escitalopram consult your physician or pharmacist about all medications you’re currently taking, and the presence of one of the following such as heart-related issues specific to you (heart failure, slow heartbeat or a recently having a heart attack or or prolongation QT in the EKG) and an ancestor history of certain heart issues (prolongation of QT on the EKG and abrupt cardiac death).
- The low levels of potassium and magnesium in the blood can increase your risk of prolonging QT.
- The risk increases in the event that you are taking certain medications (such such as diuretics) or suffer from issues like sweating excessively and vomiting, diarrhea, or. Discuss with your physician the best way to utilize Escitalopram in a safe manner.
- Inform your dentist or doctor about every medication you take prior to surgery (including prescription as well as non-prescription herbal and herbal medicines).
- Escitalopram adverse effects, specifically bleeding, incoordination and QT prolongation, are more severe in people who are older.
- They are also more susceptible to imbalances in salt (hyponatremia) especially when they are taking (diuretics).
- Falls are often exacerbated by a decrease in coordination.
- Children are more susceptible to the adverse consequences of Escitalopram such as loss of appetite as well as weight gain.
- Children who take this medication must be able to have their weight and height assessed.