Uses of Asentra 50 or 100
It is used in the treatment of depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorders and mood disorders.
Brain cells, called neurons, secrete different chemicals to communicate with other neurons. This means that a series of electrical impulses between neurons are responsible for the functions of different parts of the brain. Asentra increases serotonin levels in the space between neurons. This helps relieve the symptoms of depression and panic attacks and many other mood disorders in some people. Sertraline is also used to treat premature ejaculation due to decreased libido
Pharmacokinetics of Asentra
Sertraline is slowly absorbed through the gastrointestinal tract and its maximum plasma level is 4.5-8.5 hours after ingestion. Metabolism has a large first pass in the liver. The main ways of its main metabolism are demethylation and its conversion to dimethyl sertraline, which is inactive. Widely distributed in all tissues of the body and has 98% protein band. Its elimination half-life is about 26 hours. It is excreted in equal amounts in urine and feces, which is mainly in the form of metabolites. This drug also enters breast milk.
Side effects of Asentra
Gastrointestinal side effects such as nausea, indigestion, constipation or diarrhea are especially common at the beginning of sertraline consumption, which can be reduced by eating simple, light meals and drinking plenty of water.
If you feel drowsy, weak and tired, avoid driving and doing things that require caution and concentration.
Ask your pharmacist about the right painkiller for possible headaches from taking this medicine.
Dry mouth is also one of the symptoms related to the use of this drug, which can be eliminated with chewing gum or sugar-free candy.
Mood swings, such as anxiety, distress, restlessness, and tremors, may occur early in treatment with sertraline, which resolve over a period of days, but talk to your doctor if these symptoms persist or worsen. .
Talk to your doctor if you have trouble sleeping, excessive sweating, loss of appetite or sudden weight change, pain, tingling sensation, sexual problems, ringing in the ears, irregular heartbeat, runny nose or itching that persists.
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