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I Have A Rash From Celexa How Long Will It Take To Go Away It Is Reallbad On My Arms Y
I have a rash from celexa (citalopram) how long will it take to go away? It is reallbad on my arms y
Stop celexa (citalopram): It could take several weeks until itvrequires. If the rash is very severe a topical or even internal steroid can speed up the resolution ofctherash. See the doctor who prescribed the Celexa (citalopram) or a dermatologist to treat the rash so that you do not remain uncomfortable le potentially for weeks and are left with long term colr change. ...Read more
Citalopram is a ssri medication used to treat anxiety and depression disorders, it's also used to treat ptsd and ocd. It takes 4 to 6 weeks to be fully effective. Side effects; sedation, minor temporary stomach issues, delayed orgasm in males and rarely weight gain. It is ...Read more
I currently take celexa (citalopram) for anxiety for 2 days........now have tingling in foot and arm is that normal?
Celexa (citalopram) effects:
Side effect of Celexa can be Anxiety causing tingling in foot and arm. This can also be due to Diabetes or Alcohol use.
Let the wise man within you ask:
•Reasons for taking Celexa for Anxiety
•Severity of symptoms and Impairment of functioning when it was started
•Use of Alcohol or Drugs
•Need for Therapy
Discuss with Psychiatrist to decrease dose of Celexa; Ativan or Xanax (alprazolam) for Anxiety; Therapy ...Read more
Chest pain that jumps around chest, sometimes arm and back ECGs Blood and xray clear take propranolol geodon (ziprasidone) and celexa PTSD worried about the mix?
Good Dr?: You are very right to be concerned. Do you feel good about your Dr? Seek the best relationship you can find since the celexa/geodon combo has rare but serious heart risks. Each of the others too have risks - but that 1st is very serious. DO NOT just stop!! That can be bad too. Use your best abilities to work w/ a Dr on this. Consider a psychotherapist to help you thru this and w/ the issues. Best! ...Read more
My rashes located in legs, arms and face and the itch is too severe that I have to take dexamethasone and it will be gone. Is it safe to use for long?
I get this odd itch feeling body gets warm and feels like its all over. Started to happen after going on celexa (citalopram) 10mg. However no actual rash. Anxiety?
Started citalopram (celexa) 6 days ago. Last night started having all over body itching, but no rash present. Is this a possible side effect?
Not definite: The generalized itching may be a side effect but without a rash, a true allergic reaction is not certain. You could try stopping celexa (citalopram) if your physician agrees, and when itching subsides, try it again to see if the itching returns. However, your physician who knows you best should sanction this and advise you; therefore discuss this symptom with him/her. ...Read more
How long does it take for Celexa (citalopram) 40MG side effects go away? I'm having urinate problems should I keep taking 40MG or cut it half and take 20MG?
Did you call the doc: You should not really change or suspend a medication ordered by your physician either on your or someone else's recognizance without bring your doctor into the discussion. They know you best and will be more qualified to judge change in dose or change in pills. Side effects generally subside within 1-2 weeks. Depending on the individual, other drugs they're on, what they eat...etc. Etc. Etc. ...Read more
I have had rashes on both of my arms for many years and I use lotion all the tine but it does not go away. So what is it and how can I treat it?
See a dermatologist: It is hard to give you advice without a description of the rash. Best to have it evaluated by a dermatologist for proper treatment. ...Read more
Rashes on both arms since childhood, but does not itch, and does not go away. What's this sound like?
Keratosis pilaris?: Need more info, but kp is a long standing arm/leg/face rash that can be seen in kids and adults. ...Read more
I keep getting these random rashes on my arms, legs and chest but they go away in an hour and they don't itch or anything?
Need to see rash: And good idea to keep a diary of topicals or dietary changes with rash outbreak ...Read more
So, about 2 months ago I started getting rashes on my legs/arms and they itch alot. I first thought, that it will dissapear itself, however it's not.
See doctor: There are many causes for itchy skin rashes and thus it is hard to tell the cause without actually looking at them. Best to see your doctor who may refer you to a dermatologist. ...Read more
My husband 67 has allergic rashes. His lower arms show red swollen itching spots. He takes 180 mg telfast daily. Can he increase dosage?
Telfast: It is not advisable to increase the dose without medical guidance. Addition of other medications may be more helpful, you should have him see his doctor about them. ...Read more
Been breaking out in small random rashes for last 3 months. On arms and legs. Lasts no longer than 10 minutes and goes away. Justrred and itchy?
Sounds like hives: Which can be triggered by allergies, & stress. Sometimes an antihistamine like benadryl, (diphenhydramine) claritin, allegra, or zyrtec can help, as well as avoiding any triggers. Sometimes it can be associated w celiac disease and/or wheat allergy. Nickel can be another trigger. If it worsens please see your doctor. ...Read more
I'm having rashes on my legs and arms. Can I wear long or thick clothes? Because of doing this can make they less itchy. Will it affect my skin more?
Sure: Experiment with different clothes and different fabrics. Usually cotton is very gentle on the skin and in your case the long clothes may really help. ...Read more
Paracetamol allergy; whenever I take my first dose of paracetamol, itchy rashes will occur on my left arm. Having this almost 2yrs and im 30?
Drug allergy: Some people can react to paracetamol, but having the rash only on your left arm is sugestive of a fixed drug eruption and is not necessarily secondary to a systemic allergy. Did using other pain killers, such as Ibuprofen or Aspirin cause any problems? If not you can use them for pain control. ...Read more
Pinky Tiny Pimples-like Rashes on the back of both hands & starts to feel itchy after few hours...spreading to arm slowly...can I take Cetirizine?
You could but..: A better choice might be diphenhydramine (Benadryl) but the cetirizine is less likely to make you drowsy so you can start with that and if it doesn't work try the diphenhydramine. You can also try 1% hydrocortisone cream that you can get at the store on the rash to see if that alleviates the itching and the spread of the rash. ...Read more
Withdrawal / relapse: Ssris like Celexa (citalopram) may cause a "discontinuation syndrome" that starts a day or two after stopping, especially if the med is not tapered off. This usually lasts a few days but can persist a week or more. Ssris continue to work in the body for a few weeks after stopping, so a relapse (eg, the original depression returning) might occur after that, ie a few weeks later. ...Read more
I've been taking celexa and klonopin (clonazepam) for two years and buspirone for five weeks. How long will it take to withdraw from each of them?
Work with your doc: You should discuss with your doctor on how to wean off the medications and if it is advisable to go off the medications, it depends on our dosage as to how long it will take to get off of the medications safely. ...Read more
Been on celexa (citalopram) 30mg for a month. Doc wants me to go back down to 20mg. How long will it take for my body to adjust to the change?
It depends: I'm not sure what you mean by my body adjusting to the medication change. Typically it takes two weeks to establish a new steady-state with this particular antidepressant. If you're experiencing muscle stiffness increased heart rate increase blood pressure or confusion you might feel better within 48 to 72 hours. ...Read more
I have a rash that never seems to completely go away. What could it be? It rarely itches and I have it on both my arms and upper legs.
See Your Doctor: You have a rash but few details are given; duration is also unknown. Diagnosing most rashes without visual inspection is challenging. Additionally a detailed review of your medical history is necessary in order to formulate the most probable causes. See your doctor for correct diagnosis and prompt treatment. ...Read more
See your doctor: A persistent rash should be evaluated and treated by a licensed clinician. See your doctor for effective management of your rash. Best of luck. ...Read more
I have a sever rash under my arms, my arpits are raw and feel as if on fire. What could be the cause of this and how do I make it go away?
Skin Infection: This is very common and it is also very common for both underarms to become involved. It usually starts off as a yeast infection but turns into a bacterial skin infection secondarily. One must stop deodorant and anti-persperant during the infection and most likely will need prescription medications to get this healed. ...Read more
Rash: The rash in a 3 year old can be from a variety of causes. For best treatment, you need to have the rash diagnosed properly consult your pediatrician first. ...Read more
Hello, I've been taking Celexa (citalopram) 20 mg for about 3 weeks. Just saw the drug interactions with anti-inflamitories. How long till I can take Ibuprofen?
Check with your doc: But likely he/she will okay your using yhem ...Read more
My daughter has a rash on her arms and stomach, she has had it for going on two weeks and won't go away. She does say it hurts. What could it be?
7 1/4 days: The half-life of Celexa (citalopram) is 35 hours. Usually it takes 4-5 half-lives to remove most of a drug from the body. After 3 days, more than 50% of Celexa (citalopram) will be gone. After 7 days and 6 hours, about 97% of the drug will be removed from your system if your liver, and to a lesser extent your kidneys, are operating normally. Some people are super or slow metabolizers of drugs, so the time could vary. ...Read more
Quickly: The medication itself does not stay in the body for very long time. Probably, in a few days, it is gone. The effect from citalopram might last for a number of weeks after you stopped it. Normally, after people stop antidepressants, nothing happens and they wonder why they took them to begin with. And months or two later depression comes back, but they always blame on something for this new depress. ...Read more
7-10 days: Hopefully upping the dose of this medication will allow you to see effects withing the first 7-10 days. It could take 2 weeks but usually a response by that time. Different for each person however. Follow closely with yor mental health provider/pcp. ...Read more
Hi I just got my celexa (citalopram) dose increased, I was wondering how long it takes to really take effect. Thanks?
It all depends on your pharmacogenetics.
In other words, it depends how your body metabolizes the medications. It may take several days to several weeks ...Read more
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