Can I Have A Glass Of Wine With Viibryd

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cassandra Says:


just started VIIBRYD today.... only took 5mg.. can i have a glass of wine with dinner and is cheese aloud



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David Says:

Hi Cassandra,

I wouldn't necessarily recommend it, since Viibryd does have an undesirable interaction with alcohol in general. Another Viibryd user actually posted a thread on here trying to warn people about the effects of mixing the two. You can read more on that here:
/Discuss/Be-VERY-cautious-mixing-alcohol-with-Viibryd-229026.htm

I also haven't come across any information stating that you cannot have cheese with Viibryd. But there is a food interaction you may want to be aware of. I went ahead and quoted the precautions below:

"ADJUST DOSING INTERVAL: Food enhances the oral bioavailability of vilazodone. According to the product labeling, vilazodone blood concentrations in the fasted state can be decreased by approximately 50% compared to the fed state, which may result in diminished effectiveness in some patients. The absolute bioavailability of vilazodone is 72% with food. In study subjects, administration with food (high-fat or light meal) increased vilazodone peak plasma concentration (Cmax) by approximately 147% to 160% and systemic exposure (AUC) by approximately 64% to 85%.

MANAGEMENT: Vilazodone should be taken with food. Administration without food may result in inadequate drug concentrations and diminished effectiveness."

I hope this info helps to answer your questions!

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