Sylonex 30mg Tablets
Sylonex 30 MG Description
Sylonex 30 mg Tablet is a prescription medicine. The main uses of Sylonex Tablets are in the treatment of symptoms associated with depression, neuropathic (nerve) pain related to diabetes, and urinar
y incontinence. The main ingredient of this medicine is duloxetine. It is an antidepressant medicine. Managing the signs of depression, especially in people who are not responding to other medications, is one of the uses of the Sylonex Tablet. It lowers pain caused by nerve damage in patients with various conditions. It also reduces stress, fear, restlessness, irritability, loss of interest, etc. Sylonex Tablet is not recommended for children younger than the age of 18. You should take Sylonex Tablet exactly as prescribed by a doctor, as it induces sleeplessness, constipation, low sex desire, etc. Most of the side effects of Sylonex Tablets do not need medical treatment, however, if they persist, talk to your doctor. This medicine should also be used with caution, as it tends to cause mood changes and suicidal thoughts.
|You Save||₹14.25 (15% on MRP)|
|Uses||Anxiety disorder, nerve pain, stress urinary incontinence, major depressive disorder|
|Side effects||Drowsiness, dizziness, nausea, constipation, loss of appetites, increased sweating, dry mouth, low blood pressure, blurred vision, insomnia, changes in sexual drive|
Uses of Sylonex 30 MG
- According to CDSCO and USFDA, Sylonex can be used for,
- Treatment of symptoms of major depressive disorders in adults only.
- Treatment of moderate to severe stress urinary incontinence (lack of control over urination) in women.
- Treatment of generalised anxiety disorder (GAD).
- Treatment of diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain (pain in diabetic patients due to nerve damage), fibromyalgia (muscular pain), and chronic musculoskeletal pain.
Contraindications of Sylonex 30 MG
- If you have uncontrolled or fluctuating high blood pressure.
- If you have an allergy to the active or inactive ingredients of the Sylonex Tablet.
- If you have been diagnosed with an eye condition known as narrow-angle glaucoma. This tablet can increase the fluid pressure inside the eye and worsen the eye condition.
- If you are already using various other antidepressants.
- If you have a severe kidney illness.
- If you have a history of bleeding disorders or abnormal bleeding.
- If you are using medications that increase serotonin levels.
- If you have neuroleptic malignant syndrome (a severe disorder caused by a reaction to medicines)
Side effects of Sylonex 30 MG
- Difficulty in sleeping
- Burning sensation on soles and palms
- Blurred vision
- Excessive sweating
- Suicidal thoughts
- Sexual problems such as erectile dysfunction, low sex desire, etc.
Precautions and Warnings of Sylonex 30 MG
Other General Warnings
- You are taking any ayurvedic or herbal medicines and supplements that can interfere with this medicine and cause adverse effects.
- You have a seizure disorder.
- You have withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, irritation, etc.
- You are unable to pass urine.
- You experience a sudden change or drop in blood glucose levels with Sylonex Tablet.
- You are over the age of 65. You should monitor the Sylonex Tablet dose as the chances of side effects are higher due to slow metabolism.
- You notice a frequent fluctuation in blood pressure. Sylonex Tablet can cause low pressure when you suddenly stand up (orthostatic hypotension).
Mode of Action of Sylonex 30 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Sylonex 30 MG
- Take Sylonex 30 mg Tablet precisely in the dosage and duration prescribed by the doctor.
- Do not exceed the prescribed dose of Sylones 30 mg Tabs, even if you cannot feel its effects.
- Swallow Sylonex 30 mg Tablet as a whole with a glass of water. Do not chew, crush, or break it.
- Do not use Sylonex 30 mg Tablet with other medicines without consulting your doctor.
- It is best to take a Sylonex tablet after eating food, so it is tolerated well.
Interactions of Sylonex 30 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- It is not recommended to take other antidepressant medications like diazepam, linezolid, fluoxetine, etc., with Sylonex Tablets without consulting your doctor. It can have severe effects such as increased heart rate, changes in blood pressure, etc....
- If you are currently on blood thinners like warfarin, aspirin, etc., inform your doctor. Using them with a Sylonex Tablet can increase the risk of abnormal bleeding.
- Sylonex Tablets can interact with many other medications such as lithium, sertraline, and dextromethorphan. They can cause side effects like dizziness, drowsiness, etc.
- Do not use high doses of opioid pain relievers like tramadol or codeine with Sylonex Tablet without talking to your doctor. It can cause extreme drowsiness and have other side effects.
- Do not mix antibiotics like ciprofloxacin with Sylonex Tablets. It increases the level of Sylonex in the blood and can cause serious side effects.
Interactions with food items
- Brain-stimulating drinks, which have caffeine, including coffee, cola, energy drinks, etc., interfere with the effects of Sylonex Tablet, and hence should be avoided.
- Avoid grapefruit and its juice, as it lowers its removal from the body and increases the effects of the medicine.
Storage and disposal of Sylonex 30 MG
Dosage of Sylonex 30 MG
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Dr. Varsha Parihar
MBBS, MD (Community Medicine)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Can I give Sylonex Tablets to children below 18 years of age?
Q: Would I be addicted to Sylonex Tablet if I took it every day?
Q: Should I take Sylonex tablets with food or without consuming food?
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