Luvox What Dose Are You On Please Help

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Theresa Says:
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How long did it take to work and how long are you on it for what are you taking it for please help



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Theresa Says:
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Please respond someone

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David Says:

Hi Theresa,

According to an article I found by the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists, patients taking Luvox (fluvoxamine) may begin to see signs of improvement in appetite, energy, and sleep, within the first 1-2 weeks of use.

It goes on to state that symptoms of depression may require up to 6-8 weeks before noticing a full improvement. So from what I understand, it really depends on the severity of each case.

Apparently the dose can also range anywhere from 50mg all the way up to 300mg. But only you & your doctor can effectively determine what amount is right for you.

I hope this info helps!

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