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Aurorix (Moclobemide) - 300mg (30 Tablets) (Turkish)

Aurorix (Moclobemide) - 300mg (30 Tablets) (Turkish)

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Aurorix 300mg

Aurorix (active ingredient Moclobemide) is a quality antidepressant that many people seem to get help from in a short window of time. They also find it has few side effects which makes it very marketable. It may be used alone or it may be combined with other medicine for the overall treatment plan of the individual.

Aurorix and Mental Health

Mental health concerns are the result of an imbalance of the various chemicals found in the brain. Aurorix can work to help with regulating them but it isnít a cure. It can be used for treatment of social disorders, high levels of anxiety, and for depression. It is recommended to receive therapy along with the use of the medicine.

Aurorix Dosing & Administration

There are two doses of Aurorix offered, 150 mg and 300 mg. While the doctor will usually start someone at the lower dose that doesnít always happen. A full assessment will be done to determine what a person should take. Many people do see some benefits at the lower dose but ultimately need the higher dose to receive the most benefits for them. The 300 mg of Aurorix is white colored and offered in a tablet form.

It should be taken after eating a meal to prevent nausea. This isnít approved for children as there isnít enough data yet to determine the benefits and any adverse effects. As with any medication, it should only be taken by the individual it was prescribed for.

Side Effects & Precautions of Aurorix

It is very important to closely monitor how you feel or how someone you know feels when they start to take Aurorix. Thoughts of suicide, depression, and bipolar mood swings can all get worse before they get better. Keep all scheduled appointments and seek immediate care for anything that is out of the ordinary.

It is important to fully assess your diet and to reduce the intake of foods with Tyramine in them. This can increase the risk of hypersensitivity while using Aurorix. It is possible to take this medicine during pregnant if deemed that it is more beneficial than risky to the fetus. Women who are taking it are discouraged from breastfeeding.

There arenít too many side effects from Aurorix to contend with. However, at the 300 mg dose the risk of them is higher than if you were only taking 150 mg. Let your doctor know if these side effects linger for more than a few weeks:

  • Dry Mouth
  • Headaches
  • Nausea

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