How to Use comes in sustained-release or extended-release tablet form for oral intake. The regular tablet can be taken thrice to four times a day, with doses 6 hours apart. Sustained-release tablets are usually taken twice, with doses over eight hours apart. The extended-release tablets are taken once in the morning. Follow label instructions carefully, and consult doctor or pharmacist for the further explanation. Swallow the tablets whole.
Side Effects intake may cause certain side effects and contact your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe and persist :
Unusual bleeding or bruising
Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
Precautions Before taking :
Consult doctor and pharmacist about any allergies to or any other medication.
Do not consume if you are on monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors, or consumed them within the past 14 days.
Consult your doctor about any other medication you might be on as well as a detailed medical history, especially that of any depression(even in the family).
Inform your doctor about any pregnancy, planed-or existing and whether you are breast-feeding.
can cause drowsiness and hence strenuous activities should be avoided while on medication.
Over Dose In case of the occurrence of any symptoms of overdose such as difficulty in breathing or swallowing, dizziness, fainting, etc, call the doctor immediately.
Missed Dose Consume missed dose right away on remembering it. But, if it is already time for the next dose, skip the missed dose and follow the regular dosage schedule.
Storage Keep the medication in a tightly closed container out of the reach of children. Store at room temperatures and away from excess heat and moisture. Throw away medication which is outdated and no longer needed. Consult your pharmacist or doctor about about proper disposal of medication.