Remeron's most typical side effects include:
-Diarrhea or vomiting
- Enhanced appetite
Among the less frequent side effects are:
-Tenseness or anxiety
- Agitation or agitation
-Sleep issues (insomnia)
-Sexual side effects (lower libido, delayed ejaculation, and anorexia)
Unusual bleeding or bruising, as well as skin or eye yellowing, are rare side effects. seizures, rash, and fever
Remeron should be stopped right away if you experience any of these severe side effects, and you should also call your doctor.
Remeron comes in tablet form in strengths of 7.5 mg, 15 mg, and 30 mg. Typically, a single dose of 15 mg per day taken at bedtime is the suggested starting dose.
It's important to be aware that Remeron may take a few weeks to start working after you start taking it for the first time. Remeron should be continued even if you feel fine. Never stop taking Remeron without first consulting your doctor.
You can take Remeron with or without food. If taking Remeron causes stomach upset, you can take it with food or milk.
For the treatment of major depressive disorder, use Remeron. Other conditions like anxiety, panic disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may also be treated with it off-label.
A serious mental illness called major depression can have a big impact on your life. Major depressive disorder symptoms may include:
-Continual depressive or empty feelings
- A decline in interest in past hobbies
-Appetite or weight changes
-Problems sleeping (insomnia or oversleeping)
-Exhaustion or fatigue
-A sense of guilt or worthlessness
-Difficulty paying attention or making choices
-Death or suicide thoughts