I have been on citalopram for many years (previously Celapram). Recently the supplier in NZ for citalopram has changed and I feel the change has had an adverse effect on me. I had a similar occurance changing from Celapram to Arrow Citalopram years ago (still believe Celapram was a better product for me.) Because the names of the drugs may be different in other countries I have listed below the ingredients of my new Citalopram (manufactured by PCA Laboratories Ltd, India) first and secondly the Arrow Citalopram.
Can anyone identify what could be causing the effects given that the main ingredient has not changed. And have others had issues changing brands of "citalopram" Thanks
The active ingredient in ARROW - CITALOPRAM is citalopram (as hydrobromide). Each
ARROW - CITALOPRAM tablet contains 20 mg of citalopram.
The tablets also contain:
silica colloidal anhydrous
titanium dioxide (E171)
The tablets do not contain gluten.