... should I change the time I take them. Also can I take garcinia tablets whilst on citalopram?
So you've been taking Citalopram for a few years. Did they work at first and are now not working? Or have they never worked at all?
If they worked at first but now you feel as though your old symptoms are coming back or you're developing new symptoms, then you should discuss your treatment with your doctor. You may need to increase your dose of Citalopram or perhaps consider changing to a different medication.
If you feel as though Citalopram has never worked for you then of course, you should discuss other medications/treatments with your doctor.
I am a medicinal chemist and I have previously taken Citalopram 20mg for depression with anxiety. Hope this helps!
Hi, sorry i am only just coming across your question. I wonder what position you are in now? I would advise you to visit your doctor and discuss a dose increase. I take Citalopram 40mg and it is still working great after many years. A lot of people find that a change in 'mg' gives them the relief they need. I would check with your doctor or pharmacist about taking Garcinia alongside, as there are certain foods that you need to be wary of, for example Grapefruit.
- Citalopram Information for Consumers
- Citalopram Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Citalopram (detailed)
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