Fevarin: Instructions For Use

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Fevarin: Instructions For Use
Fevarin: Instructions For Use

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Fevarin (fluvoxamine) is an antidepressant, serotonin reuptake inhibitor. Its effect on noradrenergic transmission is minimal. "Fevarin" has a weak ability to bind to adrenergic receptors, serotonin, dopamine, histamine receptors, m-cholinergic receptors, α- and β-receptors.


How to take Fevarin for depression

"Fevarin" is prescribed as an antidepressant for the treatment and prevention of depression, as well as for the elimination of symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorders. The appointment of "Fevarin" and the selection of the dose should be carried out by a doctor. For depression, adults are prescribed an initial dose of 50-100 mg once a day, in the evening. Then a gradual increase in dose is recommended. The effective dose is selected individually in each case, depending on the patient's response to treatment. It can be 100-300 milligrams per day. A dose over 150 mg must be divided into several doses. Fevarin should be taken for at least 6 months of remission after the depression ends. To prevent recurrence of depression, the drug is prescribed 1 time per day at a dose of 100 mg.

"Fevarin" is not recommended to be prescribed for depression in children and adolescents under the age of 18, since there are no necessary clinical studies.

How to take Fevarin for obsessive-compulsive disorders

For the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorders in adults, "Fevarin" is prescribed in the amount of 50 milligrams per day for three to four days. The dose should be increased gradually until a therapeutic effect is achieved. Optimum is 100-300 mg. A dose of up to 150 mg is taken 1 time per day - in the evening. Doses over 150 mg per day should be divided into 2-3 doses.

For obsessive-compulsive disorders in children over the age of 8 and adolescents, the starting dose should be 25 milligrams per day at a time. The maintenance amount of "Fevarin" is 50-200 mg per day. Doses above 100 mg per day are divided into 2-3 doses. If no improvement is achieved after 10 weeks of administration, treatment with Fevarin should be reviewed. Since obsessive-compulsive disorders are chronic, in patients with a positive therapeutic effect after 10 weeks of taking Fevarin, the minimum effective maintenance dose is selected. It is selected individually, periodically assessing the need for treatment.

In patients with hepatic or renal insufficiency, treatment begins with the lowest dose under close medical supervision.

In case of an overdose of the drug, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, dizziness, drowsiness, and cardiac dysfunction may occur. As a treatment for an overdose, gastric lavage and the intake of activated charcoal are prescribed. Side effects observed when taking the drug were most often associated with depression, and not with therapy with "Fevarin". During treatment with the drug and after the end of treatment, cases of suicidal thoughts and behavior were observed.

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