Memory disorders effect of Citalopram

We have 1383 consumer reports for Citalopram. Memory disorders effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Memory disorders side effect for Citalopram

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Average weight in Lbs
140.65
198.42

Average height in Ft
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Average age
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Citalopram Circle Diagram 7 consumers of 1383 reported about Memory disorders

  1. Joseph D. Rufus says:
    4.0 rating

    Oxygesic 200mg a day + Oxygesic acute each 10mg if needed and 40mg citalopram. I came to Oxygesic only after repeated Drug rotating, ie changing the drug group. Before morphine, Jurnista and Palladon, also in combination with Lyrica, or gabapentin, dexamethasone, Novalmin Tr. Constantly increasing need for Oxygesic to cope with the pain. Permanent fatigue, weight gain 20kg, hunger, constipation, erectile dysfunction, loss of libido, forgetfulness, decreased brain power, irritability Despite Movicol, the constipation is terrible. Once a week, the tissue tears into the anus and then bleeds. Hellish pain. The pain-relieving effect is good with Oxygesic, which is why I stayed there at the moment. Eventually a setting on L-polamidon will be made soon. The ever growing Oxygesic needs make my pain Dr. Concern. Unfortunately, I am retired very early and can drive (by Oxygesic) no car. Sport is no longer possible and the hobby is only very limited possible. The positive attitude to life is almost gone. Contacts tear off and every day the question why am I good for what else can I teach my children what to offer my wife?

  2. Jo J. Baez says:
    2.0 rating

    Citalopram for Depression

    I already knew that this drug could cause serious side effects, especially at first. Therefore, I had already stopped to dizziness and concentration disorders, which I already knew from two previous \ ‘experiments \’ with other antidepressants. For me, however, seems to be a general incompatibility for all this stuff. However, this time I wanted to endure it for more than 2 weeks – which was a big mistake because the side effects did not diminish, it just got worse and after two months my doctor recommended me to increase the dose or a stronger supplement (For a drug therapy he considered necessary \ ‘to take), I dropped the stuff without further ado. Within 2 weeks I felt much better. The bad thing about the stuff is that with symptoms that were already there, you can only guess that they were strengthened by the ingestion. In my case, these were mainly panic attacks and thoughts of suicide, which I have never experienced before on this scale and which also normalized shortly after stopping in the \ ‘mysterious \’ way. My side effects were: dry mouth, blurred vision, speech problems, nausea, drowsiness, muscle twitching, memory and concentration disorders, compulsive suicidal thoughts and ideas, paranoid psychotic states (never before and after), panic attacks In addition, I had about the third intake Suddenly feeling like something presses on my neck. After a little back and forth, it was found in a gastroscopy that I have a reflux oesophagitis. In combination with the dry mouth, which (in my opinion, too) was caused by citalopram, the further intake was simply no longer justifiable; My doctor had now prescribed a drug for me and the combination of the two has finally flattened me. Incidentally, the reflux disease has not made itself noticeable since weaning. My concern is to specifically warn against this type of medication. The stuff was just character deforming for me. I did not recognize myself under his influence. It was deeply scary. Before you take something, you should inform yourself urgently. Especially about alternatives you should think. There are studies that demonstrate the superiority of psychotherapy over drug treatment. Furthermore, there was a fairly large-scale study in England, which showed that various antidepressants do not work better than a placebo. Keep in mind the risk you take, that just taking a medicine may just fool you, that your condition has improved. All the best from me. A psychology student

  3. Norman D. Williams says:
    4.5 rating

    Citalopram for Pain (chronic)

    Jurnista is optimal in the application 1 x per day 1 prolonged-release tablet. However, it comes to a strong tiredness, but also sleep disorders, weight gain, headache, heavy sweating, memory loss. Citalopram in my case did not cause any anxiolytic effects. Already after a few days I was attacked by strong restlessness and anxiety. This included insomnia, weight gain, dry skin, feeling hungry, sweating. Drug had to be discontinued. So far, all SSRIs have failed. No idea how that should go on!