Buy Celexa (Citalopram)

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeCelexa20 mg$77.99
drug typeCelexa40 mg$81.99

Generic Equivalent of Celexa

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeCitalopram10 mg$39.99
drug typeCitalopram20 mg$53.99
drug typeCitalopram40 mg$61.99
drug typeCitalopram40 mg/ml/15 ml$57.99

Celexa Information

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How And Where To Buy Celexa Online?

You can buy Celexa online through our Canadian International Pharmacy at huge savings. We offer RX and OTC medications online with a valid prescription from your doctor. At Canadian Pharmacy World, your health is our priority. You can place the order online, by mail, by fax or toll-free over the telephone at 1866-485-7979.

Are There Alternative Names For The Brand And Generic Celexa?

Celexa is available from Canada and New Zealand manufactured by Lundbeck. Our Canadian Pharmacy also carries the brand from Turkey and New Zealand also called Cipram manufactured by Lundbeck. The generic form of Celexa is citalopram comes from Canada and is manufactured by Marcan, Teva, Actavis, or Pharma Science. We also carry the generic Celexa 40 mg/ml/15 ml oral drops from United Kingdom manufactured by a different manufacturer.

What Dosages And Forms Is Celexa Available In?

Celexa is available in 20 mg and 40 mg dosage in packaging of 100 tablets. The generic form of Celexa (citalopram) is available in the dosage form of 10, 20 and 40 mg in the packaging of 34, 84, or 100 tablets. The generic form is also available in the dosage form of oral drops as 40 mg/ml/15 mL.

What Is Celexa Used For?

Celexa is prescribed by the doctor for providing relief from symptoms of depression such as feeling sad, change in weight or appetite, feeling tired, difficulty in concentrating or sleeping, headache, unexplained aches and pain in the body. The medication Celexa (citalopram) belongs to a class of drugs known as antidepressants, more specifically called as SSRIs (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors). It is thought to work by increasing the levels of a chemical in the brain known as serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine). Physical symptoms such as disturbances in sleep, energy or appetite may get improved within 1-2 weeks of starting Celexa. Improvement in these symptoms means that the medication is working. Other symptoms like lack of interest in activities and depressed mood may take 6-8 weeks to show improvement. You should continue to take Celexa even if you do not feel better, as it may take several weeks for your medication to work.

What Are The Possible Side Effects Of Celexa?

Some of the common side effects of Celexa tiredness, dryness in the mouth, increased sweating, tremor (shakiness), nausea, diarrhea, sleepiness, ejaculation disorder and upper respiratory disorders. Other rare side effects include low platelet count leading to easy bruising, bleeding, mania, gastrointestinal bleeding, increased pressure in the eyes, low sodium levels in the blood, serotonin syndrome (a combination of symptoms, including agitation, confusion, tremor, sudden jerking of muscles, high fever), seizures, liver disorder, new or worsened emotional or behavioral problems, abnormal heart rate, palpitations and fainting, signs of serious skin reactions for example, Steven Johnson Syndrome : SJS (. These are not all the possible side effects of Celexa. In case of any unexpected effect, consult your doctor immediately.

Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions for Celexa?

The prescribing information of Celexa recommends avoiding drinking alcohol while taking the medication Celexa. Celexa usually does not affect your ability to psychomotor skills or ability to carry out normal activities. However, psychotropic medications such as Celexa can impair judgment, thinking or motor skills. Hence, you should not drive or operate heavy machinery until you are certain that Celexa does not affect you adversely.

Do not stop taking the medication abruptly. Symptoms such as dizziness, abnormal dreams, electric shock sensations, agitation, anxiety, emotional indifference, difficulty concentrating, headache, migraine, tremor (shakiness), nausea, vomiting, and sweating can occur after stopping the drug or reducing its dosage. Contact your doctor before stopping or reducing the dose of Celexa.

Do not take Celexa if you:

• Are allergic to citalopram or any other ingredients in Celexa

• Are taking Pimozide

• Have recently or currently been taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors (such as selegiline, moclobemide)

• Have been diagnosed with a congenital prolonged QT syndrome

Before taking Celexa, inform your doctor if you:

• Have medical conditions such as heart problems, a history of seizures, maniac-depressive illness, liver or kidney problems, diabetes

• Have a bleeding disorder or have been told that you have the low platelet count

• Have QT/QTc prolongation or a family history of QT/QTc prolongation

• Have a family history of sudden cardiac death at less than 50 years of age

• Have electrolyte disturbances such as low blood potassium, magnesium, or calcium levels or conditions that could lead to electrolyte disturbances (e.g., vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration).

• Have had a recent bone fracture or have a risk of developing osteoporosis

• Are pregnant or planning to become pregnant or are breastfeeding

• Are taking any medications which you are taking or have taken within the last 14 days, especially monoamine oxidase inhibitors, pimozide, other antidepressants, triptans used to treat migraines, lithium, tramadol or drugs containing tryptophan.

• Have habits of alcohol and/or street drug consumption

If you see a different doctor, inform him or her that you are using Celexa.

Drug interactions

You should always tell your health care professional about any medications that you have been taking or are going to take including prescription and non-prescription drugs, vitamins and herbal supplements. A number of medicines can affect the way Celexa works. Especially tell your doctor if you take:

• Monoamine oxidase inhibitor (e.g., phenelzine, tranylcypromine, moclobemide or selegiline), Pimozide, Linezolid (an antibiotic)

• Methylene blue (intravenous)

• Drugs used to treat heart rhythm disorders such as verapamil, digoxin

• Antipsychotics such as haloperidol

• Diuretics or water pills

• Carbamazepine (used to treat seizures)

• Other SSRIs e.g., Cipralex (escitalopram) or any other antidepressant (e.g., imipramine, desipramine)

• Lithium (used to treat bipolar disorder)

• Tryptophan

• Triptans used for the treatment of migraines such as sumatriptan, zolmitriptan, naratriptan

• Any herbal product such as St. John’s Wort

Celexa Storage and Safety Information

The medication should be stored at a room temperature of 15°C to 25°C in a tightly closed container. It should be kept out of sight and reach of children.

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