Uvox

What is Uvox?

This is an antidepressant (fluvoxamine) .It has been found to possess some analgesic properties .It is found helpful in schizophrenia , improving depressive, negative and cognitive symptoms of the disorder.This drug has many side effects like nausea,vomiting,anorexia (weight loss),agitation etc.

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My Name is XXXXX and I am facing some serious problem with my mother, who is having Intermittent Explosive...

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Brief Answer:
She is on right treatment but dose can be increased

Detailed Answer:
Dear XXXXXXX
Thanks for using Healthcaremagic.

I reviewed...

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Dear Mam,
I was on antidpressants since XXXXXXX 2015. I was taking 1) Uvox 100 (twice a day) 2) Sizodon 2 mg (twice a day) and 3) Ativan 2 mg (once...

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Brief Answer:
No need to worry

Detailed Answer:
Hi dear, I have gone through your question and understand your concerns.
Sizodone (risperidone)...

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my son suffering from OCD is having uvox 100 thrice a day and sizopin 25 half tablet thrice a day , His ocd is under control but consistently...

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Brief Answer:
not likely side effect

Detailed Answer:
Hello Mrs. Misra,

Thanks for writing to us.

Fluvoxamine is SSRI and helpful in OCD. It also...

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My daughter is taking UVOX 50 mg and oxetol 300 mg for two months due to anxiety . How long should the drug be continued and when to withdraw?

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Dear Mam, I was on antidpressants since XXXXXXX 2015. I was taking 1) Uvox 100 (twice a day) 2) Sizodon 2 mg (twice a day) and 3) Ativan 2 mg (once...

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