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comes from Google. Call your doctor or your pharmacist for info re medication.
Atypical depression. Treating short-term (up to 6
weeks) depression in patients who do not respond to
other medications. Severe dietary restrictions.
MAOI, dibenzazepine derivatives; sympathomimetics (incl. amphetamines);
central nervous system depressants (incl. narcotics, alcohol).
Antihypertensive, diuretic, antihistaminic, sedative or anesthetic drugs,
buproprion HCL, buspirone HCL, dextromethorphan, cheese or other foods
with a high tyramine content; excessive caffeine. Cerebrovascular defect.
Cardiovascular disease, hypertension, history of headache.
|Possible side effects (call doctor)
Abnormal skin sensations; anxiety; blurred vision; chills; constipation; diarrhea; dizziness;
drowsiness; dry mouth; fainting; forgetfulness; frequent urination; headache; heavy feeling;
hyperactivity; inability to urinate; lack of energy; lightheadedness when rising from a seated or
lying position; muscle jerks; nausea; sedation; sleep disturbance; sleeplessness; tremors; upset
stomach allergic reactions (rash; hives; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the
mouth, face, lips, or tongue); agitation; chest pain; cold, clammy skin; difficulty sleeping; fast or
irregular heartbeat; feelings of irritability or hostility; impotence; impulsive behavior or other
unusual change in behavior; nausea; neck stiffness; panic attacks; pounding in the chest;
sensitivity to light; severe headache; severe high blood pressure; severe nervousness or anxiety;
severe restlessness; suicidal thoughts or behaviors; sweating; tightness in throat or chest;
vomiting; widened pupils; worsening depression; yellowing of eyes or skin.
|Medication sometimes prescribed in the treatment of PTSD - Isocarboxazid