DLX 30mg and 60mg Tablets is a prescription medicine using to treat depression, anxiety disorder, diabetic nerve pain, fibromyalgia (a condition in which there are generalized pain and tenderness in the body), neuropathic pain, and stress urinary incontinence.
DLX 30mg and 60mg Tablets work by increasing the level of chemical messengers (serotonin and noradrenaline) that have a calming effect on the brain and relax the nerves, thus treating your illness. It may take with or without food. It is advisable to take this medicine at a fixed time each day to maintain a consistent blood level. If you miss any doses, take it as soon as you remember. Do not skip any doses and finish the full course of treatment, even if you feel better. This medication mustn't stop suddenly, as it may worsen your symptoms.
Side Effects of DLX Tablet (Duloxetine)
Some common side effects of this medicine include nausea, headache, and dry mouth. It even causes dizziness and sleepiness, so do not drive or do anything that requires mental focus until you know how this medicine affects you. However, these side effects are temporary and usually resolve on their own in some time. Please consult your doctor if these do not subside or bother you.
Before taking DLX 30mg and 60mg Tablets, inform your doctor if you have any problems with your kidneys, heart, liver, or have a history of seizures (epilepsy or fits). Inform your doctor if you develop any unusual changes in mood or behavior, new or worsening depression, or if you have any suicidal thoughts.
DLX Tablet (Duloxetine)
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