Luvox CR Side Effects You Need to Know
Luvox CR Side Effects Overview:
Luvox CR side effects cannot be anticipated, but if any arise or increase in
intensity you need to contact your doctor immediately. Only your physician can
determine whether your Luvox CR side effects would prohibit you from continuing
therapy with this antidepressant medication.
Specific Luvox CR Side effects:
Some of the more prominent Luvox CR side effects include sleepiness, sweating,
tremor, abnormal ejaculation , lots of appetite, weakness, diarrhea, nausea,
stomach upset, dizziness, sleeplessness, yawning, anxiety, decreased libido,
vomiting and muscle pain.
Possible Food and Drug Interactions in Addition to Luvox CR Side Effects:
If this medication is taken with certain other drugs, the effects may either be
increased, decreased or otherwise altered in some way. Always check with your
doctor before combining Luvox CR with any of the following, alcohol,
antidepressants, antipsychotics, aspirin, beta blockers, carbamazepine,
clozapine, diltiazam, lithium, lorazepam, MAOIs, methadone, NSAIDs (such as
naproxen and Ibuprofen, propranolol, ramelteon, serotonergic drugs, sumatriptin,
tacrine, via revisiting, ties editing, tranquilizers and sedatives, such as
diazepam, alprazolam, thioridazine, tizanidine, tryptophan, and warfarin. Also
be aware that you should not take Luvox CR with drugs that are metabolized by a
certain liver enzyme which is referred to as CYP450. Your physician will check
for any interactions.
Luvox CR Side Effects: Some Final Thoughts
Luvox CR side effects may prohibit or make it dangerous to drive or operate
certain machinery. You should always avoid medications that have an effect on
the brain or may impair your thinking or judgment or motor skills until you are
very aware of how your body reacts to or becomes accustomed to your own specific
Luvox CR side effects.
Information adapted from The PDR Pocket Guide to
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(Health and Geriatric Psychologist)