Edronax (Reboxetine Mesylate)
What is Edronax (Reboxetine Mesylate) used for?
Edronax (Reboxetine mesylate) is an antidepressant. It contains the active ingredient reboxetine, which is a type of drug known as a selective noradrenaline re-uptake inhibitor. This drug works by preventing noradrenaline, a neurotransmitter, from being absorbed back into the nerve cells within the brain. By doing this, it helps to prolong the mood lightening effect of any noradrenaline that has been released, which in turn helps to relieve depression.
How should I use Edronax (Reboxetine Mesylate)?
Edronax (Reboxetine mesylate) tablets should be taken orally. The exact dosage varies, depending on the condition being treated. Patients should always consult their physician before taking this medication so that the correct dosage can be prescribed. Never exceed the dosage prescribed to you by your physician. It may take up to 4 weeks for the full effects of this drug to be felt. Therefore, it is important to keep taking this drug, even if it doesn't appear to help your symptoms at first.
What are the side effects of Edronax (Reboxetine Mesylate)?
Some side effects which may occur as a result of taking Edronax (Reboxetine mesylate) include:
Other side effects include blurred vision, flushing, palpitations, urinary tract infection, anxiety or hypertension.
Strictly follow all instructions provided to you by your physician or pharmacist while using Edronax (Reboxetine mesylate). Optimum and safe dosage can differ based on the patient and the condition being treated.
As this medication may be unsafe for certain patients, it is essential you always inform your physician if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, as well as if you have any allergies, other illnesses, or ongoing health conditions, glaucoma, heart disease, liver problems or kidney illnesses, and if you are taking any other form of medication, supplements, or herbal products.
This drug should not be taken by patients who have taken a monoamine-oxidase inhibitor antidepressant (MAOI) in the last 2 weeks.
Patients who experience any suicidal thoughts or thoughts of self harm should consult their physician immediately.
Immediately seek emergency medical care if you have any allergic or hypersensitive reaction. Common signs of a reaction include hives, swelling, skin rashes, chest pains, as well as trouble breathing or swallowing.