Celexa is an antidepressant medication that is used for those who suffer from depression, Celexa belongs to the category called (SSRI) which is used for the same problem. Celexa is responsible for many causes such as Blurred vision, Sleepiness, Eye problems, Feeling light-headed, Eye pain or swelling, Anxiety, Appetite changes, Chest pain, Muscle or joint aches, Dysmenorrhea, Fainting, Weight gain or weight loss, Fast & Pounding Heartbeats, Digestive system problems, Insomnia.
symptoms of Celexa 20 mg
Celexa occurs some serious problems which become very dangerous if the right treatment is not provided to the individual. Common Symptoms
- such as Bleeding
- heart palpitations
- Sudden fear
- Withdrawal symptoms
- Suicidal thinking and behavior
- Serotonin syndrome
- Feeling anxious
Celexa is available in the format of 10-mg, 20-mg, and 40-mg tablets. The normal dose of Celexa is 20 mg in a day but your doctor may high the mg’s. Your doctor can maximize Celexa on the basis of your required dose going up to 40 mg a day after 1 week of starting the Celexa. A high dose of Celexa is 40 mg is recommended because if you obey the recommendations you will face heart-related issues like a heart rhythm problem called QT prolongation.