- Fluvoxamine maleate is taken by mouth, with or without food, as suggested by your doctor, usually once a day at bedtime or twice daily as needed (once in the morning and once at bedtime). If you're taking this medication twice a day and the doses aren't the same, take the bigger of the two doses at bedtime. Fluvoxamine can cause issues for an unborn baby, thus it should only be used by pregnant women if the drug's potential advantages outweigh the dangers to the fetus. Human breast milk contains fluvoxamine maleate. The risk for major adverse effects from fluvoxamine exposure in the nursing home should be considered when deciding whether to stop nursing or stop taking the medicine.
- If you are allergic (hypersensitive) to fluvoxamine maleate or any of the other ingredients in Fluvoxamine maleate, do not take it. If you have a low sodium level in your blood, a higher risk of bleeding, suicidal thoughts, liver issues, a family history of depressive disorder, an intestinal ulcer (bleeding in the gut), or glaucoma, tell your doctor before taking Fluvoxamine maleate. If you're pregnant or breastfeeding, don't use Fluvoxamine maleate.
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