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citalopram

 [si-tal´o-pram]
an antidepressant used in the treatment of depressive disorders, administered orally as citalopram hydrobromide.

citalopram

(sī-tăl′ō-prăm′)
n.
A drug of the SSRI class, C20H21FN2O, used in its hydrobromide form to treat depression.

citalopram

Celexa® Neurology A serotonin reuptake inhibitor for managing major depression Adverse events Nausea, insomnia, ejaculation disorder, diaphoresis, fatigue Contraindications MAOI therapy
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Q:MY doctor told me I had a personality disorder and gave me Cipramil but it hasn't helped.
Trish spoke of how before starting Aropax, Simon was taking another SSRI, Cipramil. At one stage his dose of this drug was doubled, and three weeks later he took an "overdose of nortriptyline [a tricyclic antidepressant]".
The best drug I tried was Cipramil, but it didn't get me back to feeling 100 per cent What can I do?
Lundbeck's patent on Cipramil has expired but the company has tried to prevent the sale of generic copies by claiming rights to the method of production.
Examples include fluoxetine, paroxetine (Seroxat), citalopram (Cipramil) and sertraline (Lustral).
I'll do whatever it takes." The inquest heard Clancy had dangerous levels of the drug Cipramil in his blood when he killed Sebastian and stabbed his ex-girlfriend Jennifer Hannigan, 22, in August last year.
Pharmaco already produces and sells generic versions of Cipramil, the predecessor to Cipralex.
As for his fatigue, increased or decreased sleeping is usually a symptom of the depression and seldom a side effect of newer antidepressants, such as Cipramil. Treatment usually lasts at least six months, depending on the severity of the depression but one teenager in three will continue to suffer from bouts of depression.
The Sheryl Tilbrook Action Group plans to sue Lundbeck, makers of the drug Cipramil for alleged negligence, and to collect evidence of others adversely affected by side effects of the drug and similar selective seretonin reuptake inhibitors, such as Prozac.
The CEO had reportedly said that there was unlikely to be any future basis for industrial espionage charges regarding Cipramil, as the company would soon lose its legal defences against generic drug producers.