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Luvox CR Dosage: How much is too much?

 

anxiety disordersLuvox CR Dosage Overview:

The Luvox CR dosage described below is based upon the dosage guidelines that your physician uses. However, your Luvox CR dosage may be different depending on your condition and medical history. You should never change the recommended dosage or stop this medication without your doctor's approval. The usual starting Luvox CR dosage is 100 mg once daily for adults.

 

Luvox CR Dosage: How should I take this antidepressant medication?

 

Your Luvox CR dosage can be taken in a single dose at bedtime with or without food. You should not chew or crush the capsules.

 

 

 

Is there anything I need to tell my doctor before my first dosage of Luvox CR?

 

Before your first Luvox CR dosage, you should tell your physician about all prescriptions, herbal medications and over-the-counter medications before beginning treatment. Also, discuss your complete medical history, especially if you have any previous mental health history. Always inform your doctor if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant or are currently breast feeding or planning on breast-feeding your child.

 

Luvox CR Dosage: Some Final Thoughts

Only your physician should determine what your specific Luvox CR dosage should be. Never try anyone else's medication or purchase medication over the Internet without a doctor’s prescription. Side effects and additional medical considerations will always be unique and considered by a licensed physician in order to determine your specific  Luvox CR dosage for successful treatment.

 

Information adapted from The PDR Pocket Guide to Prescription Drugs

Additional Information and webpage by Paul Susic  Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist  (Health and Geriatric Psychologist)  

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