Does Symbrax=symbyax?

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Vincent Says:

Does symbyax=symbrax? Which is correct term?

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David Says:

Symbyax is actually the correct term for this medication.

Symbyax (fluoxetine + olanzapine) is used to treat depression caused by bipolar disorder.

More info on this medication can be viewed in the link below:

Do you have any other questions or comments concerning this drug? Please post back if you do.

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Rita Says:

Does Symnrax cover bipolar,depression a nd panic attacks?

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David Says:

Hi Rita,

Yes, Symbyax can be used to treat bipolar depression as well as panic disorder.

Apparently though, panic attacks are a possible side effect of this medication at higher doses. So just make sure to follow your doctor's instructions carefully if this is something your considering.

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