Prozac is a potent SSRI antidepressant used to manage large depressive disorder, obsessive-compulsive condition, panic condition, bulimia nervosa, and premenstrual dysphoric condition (PMDD). Prozac needs to not be taken with monoamine, thioridazine, or pimozide oxidase preventions (MAOI). Throughout the initial 3 months of therapy a raised occurrence of suicidal ideas in people taking Prozac has actually been mentioned. The group impacted most was young adults (people under 24). Some negative side effects you may experience when taking this drug consist of lightheadedness, drowsiness, dripping nose, aching neck, lowered libido, trouble having an orgasm, dry mouth, and improved sweating.
If you feel that your symptoms are worsening and you experience mood adjustments, anxiety, problem dropping and remaining asleep, uneasyness, hyperactivity, agitation, irritation or suicidal ideas contact your doctor when feasible. Do not quit taking you medicine all of a sudden as it is likely to worsen the symptoms. The following problems could interact with the treatment and should consequently be mentioned when you get in touch with your doctor: liver or kidney disease, bipolar ailment, past of substance abuse, suicidal ideas or diabetes. These problems may be contraindications or you might really need a dose adjustment.