Is serlift 25 a right and safe medicine for PSVT ?
I HAVE A PROBLEM OF PALPITATIONS OFF AND ON , DOCTOR ADVICE ME TO START SERLIFT 25MG TABLET (SERTRALINE) IS IT SAFE AND RIGHT MEDICINE TO START. AGE- 33YRS,WEIGHT- 70KGS,HISTORY -PSVT NITIN - FROM INDIA
Dear Nitin,as your doctor has thought you might be having anxiety related symptoms so your doctor has prescribed this tablet.Anxiety leads to releases of hormones in body which can lead to palpitation and other things.This drugs work on that and lead to relief of problem.Please take the drug regularly and do not discontinue on your own.please also try yoga and meditation which will also help.
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