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Commercial Name: Dexanil
Active Ingredient: Escitalopram
Utilization: Used for treating depression and generalized anxiety disorder
Available Dosages: 5mg, 10mg and 20mg
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Dexanil (Escitalopram) is an antidepressant which is used to prevent and treat depression, panic episodes, mental disorders and in some cases erectile dysfunction that is caused under different stress circumstances and in result of obsessive disorders. It increases the amount of serotonin, a natural substance in the brain that helps maintain mental balance. Dexanil (Escitalopram) improves mood, reduce misery, anxiety, irritability and emotional stress, increase mental activity, normalize the general mental condition.
Indication for use
Dexanil (Escitalopram) can be taken by almost all adults who have had:
· Panic episodes
· Social anxiety disorders
· Sexual disorders , such as erectile dysfunction, quick ejaculation that are caused in result of low amount of serotonin in brain
Dexanil (Escitalopram) is not recommended to use if you: have had an experience of allergic reaction to Escitalopram; have a heart, liver or kidney problems; have eye problem, i.e. glaucoma; have bipolar disorders.
Do not take with citalopram, dofetilide,linezolid. Consult with your doctor in case of pregnancy and period of lactation.
Dose and usage
Before taking this medication consult with your attending physician.
Take Dexanil 10 mg by mouth once a day independent on mealtime. Dose can be increased to 20 mg a day if there are not any response within a week.
Dexanil (Escitalopram) medicines can be of different doses: 5mg and 10mg.
What it looks like
5 mg - round pink pills, 10mg – elongated (oval) pink pills.
As any others medications Dexanil (Escitalopram) can have in some cases side effects such as: delayed ejaculation, insomnia, nausea, vomiting, heart beat, constipation, dry mouth, weight gain/loss, drowsiness, sweating, fatigue, changes in sex drive
Tell your doctor if you have some side effects or your condition worsens.
Medically reviewed by Dr. Josette Davignon
Last updated: 17.08.2022