Venlor (Venlafaxine) is an anti- depressant drug that belongs to the group of drugs known as SSNRIs (selective serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors). This drug is used for the treatment of depression and other related disorders.
Venlor (Venlafaxine) works by balancing the disturbed levels of chemicals inside the brain.
Venlor (Venlafaxine) is an antidepressant drug that is used in the patients who suffer from depression. It is considered as potent for depression. It is also given in the patients who suffer from panic disorder as well as anxiety.
Venlor (Venlafaxine) must be taken as prescribed by the doctor. Generally the doctor prescribed the doses according to the condition of the patient. He doctor determines the severity of the depression, body weight of the patients and his response of the patient to the treatment.
The drug has to be taken orally with or without food.
Venlor (Venlafaxine) comes with a set of side- effects. Some side- effects are common and mild, some serious while some rare and very serious. The common side- effects of Venlor (Venlafaxine) include:
If any of these serious symptoms occur, you must consult your doctor as soon as possible.
You must discuss with your doctor before taking this drug during pregnancy. It might lead to reproductive toxicity. Even for breast- feeding, you must talk with your doctor.
There are no concrete proofs of reproductive toxicity caused by Venlor (Venlafaxine) in pregnancy. The infants born to mothers who take Venlor (Venlafaxine) are more irritable, cry more and have an abnormal sleep pattern.