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Serzone is a type of medication that is used to treat symptoms of depression and depression itself. The symptoms of depression include loss of interest in the usual activities, feeling of loneliness and anxiety, sleeplessness or sleeping too much as well as changes in appetite.

Information you should know

Do not take Serzone if you are taking other medications such as Orap, Tegretol and Carbatrol. You may experience side effects such as liver problems, stomach pain and yellowing of the eyes. Contact your doctor if these side effects persist. Serzone may result in a feeling of dizziness or drowsiness for a few hours after taking it. Hence refrain from driving a vehicle or operating machinery after taking Serzone. Do not drink alcohol as far as possible as alcohol reduces the effectiveness of the medication.

Instructions for dosage

The medication should be taken exactly as per the prescription of the doctor. The medication should be taken with a glass full of water. Do not stop taking the medication just because you are feeling better. You should store the medication at room temperature away from direct heat and moisture.

If you miss a dose

You can take the medication as soon as you remember. If it time for the next dose then you can skip the missed dose. Do not take an extra dose to make up for your missed dose.

If you overdose

You may experience symptoms such as nausea, vomiting and seizures if you overdose. Consult your doctor if these symptoms persist.

Side effects

The serious side effects of the medication are liver problem, loss of appetite, yellowness in the eyes, stomach pain. The less serious side effects include dry mouth, upset stomach, constipation and insomnia.


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