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Brand Names: Mirnite Meltab, Remeron, Mirtazapine, Remergil, Zispin, Comenter, Noxibel, Avanza, Axit, Lanazapin, Mirtabene, Mirtaron, Mirtel, Amirel, Ciblex, Divaril, Promyrtil, Zuleptan, Arintapin, Tazamel, Zismirt, Miro, Vastat, Afloyan
Generic Name: Mirtazapine
Remeron is a popular antidepressant that is known to effectively affect some of the brain’s chemicals that are known to sometimes cause depression. This medicine is generally prescribed in order to relieve depression’s symptoms like feeling of guilt, worthlessness or sadness; loss of interest in your regular daily activities; tiredness; changes in your regular appetite; suicidal thoughts.
Remeron is an effective antidepressant that is generally prescribed to patients who are suffering from severe depression. However, this drug could also serve some other purposes that have not been said here.
During the first few weeks of your treatment with Remeron you might have to be closely monitored by an authorized health care provider, especially if you are less than 18 years old. You must not stop using this medicine without your personal physician’s approval, even if you do not see any results during the first few weeks of treatment. You should alert your personal health care provider as soon as possible if you start to experience unpleasant chills, fever, flu-like symptoms, cold, sore throat, mouth or nose sores. During your treatment with this medicine you should avoid performing any hazardous activities or any activities that require mental or physical alertness (such as operating complicated / complex machinery, driving, etc). A treatment with this medicine could trigger several side effects such as dizziness (this usually occurs when the patient is lying down or sitting – he or she should rise with extra care in order to avoid a possible fall). During your treatment with Remeron you should avoid consuming alcoholic beverages, as this is known to worsen this medicine’s side effects (especially dizziness and drowsiness).
If you are suffering from a known allergic reaction to this medicine’s components you must not start using Remeron. Before you start a treatment with Remeron you should alert your personal health care provider if you are allergic to any foods, dyes, preservatives or any other substances (including other medicines). Some medical conditions (such as the ones listed below) could harmfully interact with a treatment with this medicine:
* liver disease;
* kidney disorder;
* manic-depressive medical disorder;
* blood medical conditions;
* heart disease or low or high blood pressure;
* recent heart attack (during the last 2 months);
* epilepsy or any other seizure disorder.
Patients who are suffering from any of the medical conditions that have been listed here might not be allowed to start taking Remeron or they might have to take in a lower dose of this medicine.
Phenylalanine is one of this medicine’s ingredients. Therefore, patients who are suffering from phenylketonuria (PKU) should have their treatment regularly monitored by an authorized medical health care provider. This medicine is a category C FDA pregnancy drug. Therefore it has not been made clear whether a treatment with this product during pregnancy could harm a growing fetus. If you are pregnant, or if you think that you might become pregnant during your treatment with Remeron you should ask your personal physician if you may start using this product. It has not been clearly established whether this drug’s main ingredients are able to pass into the patient’s breast milk or not. If you are currently nursing an infant, you should ask your personal health care provider if you may start a treatment with this medicine. Elderly patients are known to be more prone to developing this medicine’s side effects (dizziness, drowsiness, feeling uncoordinated, unsteadiness, low blood pressure, etc) and should be prescribed a lower dose of this drug.
Remeron Intake Guidelines
Ask your personal physician to explain to you how to take Remeron. Do not deviate from your physician’s instructions. If you have any questions about them, you should ask a nurse or a pharmacist for further explanations. If you need other information about this product you should carefully read the medicine’s label. Remeron should be stored at the average room temperature, away from heat and moisture. Do not keep this medicine in the bathroom or anywhere near the kitchen sink. It is best to store this drug (and any other medicines) in a place that can not be easily reached by pets and children (in order to avoid unwanted accidents such as poisoning).
Ask your personal health care provider to tell you the exact dose of Remeron that you should take in, in order to get the proper beneficial effects from your treatment with this medicine. The average dose of this product consists of one dose per day that should be taken in before bedtime.
If you suspect that you might be suffering from an overdose with Remeron you should seek emergency medical care. The average symptoms that could be triggered by an overdose with Remeron include drowsiness, confusion, fast heartbeat and poor memory.
Remeron Missed Dose
You should try to take this medicine on a regular basis. If you miss one of your doses of Remeron, you should take it as soon as you remember. However, if it is time for another dose it is best that you skip the one that you have missed and proceed with your regular dosing schedule. It is forbidden to take double doses of this drug without your physician’s approval.
Remeron Side Effects
Stop using Remeron and alert your physician if you experience:
* allergic reaction;
* irregular or fast heartbeat;
* chills, fever, flu-like symptoms, a sore throat, or nose or mouth sores.
You may continue using Remeron but you should alert your doctor if you develop:
* dry mouth;
* increased appetite;
* mild tremor.
Remeron Drug Reactions
During your treatment with Remeron you should avoid using monoamine oxidase inhibitors. Ask your personal health care provider for more information about Remeron drug interactions.