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  • Remeron
  • Remeron RD
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Remeron - mirtazapine - 30mg - 28 Tablets Remeron mirtazapine Brand United Kingdom 30mg 28 Tablets DR $21.62 Add
Remeron - mirtazapine - 45mg - 28 Tablets Remeron mirtazapine Brand United Kingdom 45mg 28 Tablets DR $23.07 Add
Remeron - mirtazapine - 15mg - 28 Tablets Remeron mirtazapine Brand United Kingdom 15mg 28 Tablets DR $23.07 Add
Remeron - mirtazapine - 30mg - 84 Tablets Remeron mirtazapine Brand United Kingdom 30mg 84 Tablets DR $51.90 Add
Remeron - mirtazapine - 15mg - 84 Tablets Remeron mirtazapine Brand United Kingdom 15mg 84 Tablets DR $56.22 Add
Remeron - mirtazapine - 45mg - 84 Tablets Remeron mirtazapine Brand United Kingdom 45mg 84 Tablets DR $56.22 Add
Remeron RD - mirtazapine - 15mg - 30 Dispersible Tabs Remeron RD mirtazapine Generic United Kingdom 15mg 30 Dispersible Tabs DR $21.62 Add
Remeron RD - mirtazapine - 30mg - 30 Dispersible Tabs Remeron RD mirtazapine Generic United Kingdom 30mg 30 Dispersible Tabs DR $21.62 Add
Remeron RD - mirtazapine - 45mg - 30 Dispersible Tabs Remeron RD mirtazapine Generic United Kingdom 45mg 30 Dispersible Tabs DR $21.62 Add
Remeron RD - mirtazapine - 15mg - 60 Dispersible Tabs Remeron RD mirtazapine Generic United Kingdom 15mg 60 Dispersible Tabs DR $30.27 Add
Remeron RD - mirtazapine - 30mg - 60 Dispersible Tabs Remeron RD mirtazapine Generic United Kingdom 30mg 60 Dispersible Tabs DR $30.27 Add
Remeron RD - mirtazapine - 45mg - 60 Dispersible Tabs Remeron RD mirtazapine Generic United Kingdom 45mg 60 Dispersible Tabs DR $33.16 Add
Remeron RD - mirtazapine - 15mg - 90 Dispersible Tabs Remeron RD mirtazapine Generic United Kingdom 15mg 90 Dispersible Tabs DR $41.81 Add
Remeron RD - mirtazapine - 30mg - 90 Dispersible Tabs Remeron RD mirtazapine Generic United Kingdom 30mg 90 Dispersible Tabs DR $41.81 Add
Remeron RD - mirtazapine - 45mg - 90 Dispersible Tabs Remeron RD mirtazapine Generic United Kingdom 45mg 90 Dispersible Tabs DR $44.69 Add
Remeron SolTab - mirtazapine - 30mg - 30 Tablets Remeron SolTab mirtazapine Brand India 30mg 30 Tablets DR $39.99 Add
Zispin Soltabs - mirtazapine - 15mg - 30 Dispersible Tabs Remeron SolTab/​Zispin Soltabs mirtazapine Brand United Kingdom 15mg 30 Dispersible Tabs DR $61.99 Add
Zispin Soltabs - mirtazapine - 30mg - 30 Dispersible Tabs Remeron SolTab/​Zispin Soltabs mirtazapine Brand United Kingdom 30mg 30 Dispersible Tabs DR $61.99 Add
Zispin Soltabs - mirtazapine - 45mg - 30 Dispersible Tabs Remeron SolTab/​Zispin Soltabs mirtazapine Brand United Kingdom 45mg 30 Dispersible Tabs DR $61.99 Add
Zispin Soltabs - mirtazapine - 15mg - 90 Dispersible Tabs Remeron SolTab/​Zispin Soltabs mirtazapine Brand United Kingdom 15mg 90 Dispersible Tabs DR $162.35 Add
Zispin Soltabs - mirtazapine - 30mg - 90 Dispersible Tabs Remeron SolTab/​Zispin Soltabs mirtazapine Brand United Kingdom 30mg 90 Dispersible Tabs DR $162.35 Add
Zispin Soltabs - mirtazapine - 45mg - 90 Dispersible Tabs Remeron SolTab/​Zispin Soltabs mirtazapine Brand United Kingdom 45mg 90 Dispersible Tabs DR $162.35 Add

Medicines have benefits and some have risks. Always read the label and use only as directed. If symptoms persist or you have side effects see your health professional. Brands and generics both contain the same active ingredient(s) and are medically equivalent. Some brands are marketed under different names by the same manufacturing country depending on the country of origin.

Remeron (mirtazapine) is an atypical antidepressant used to treat anxiety, depression, and a range of other psychiatric disorders. It is also used to treat insomnia, nausea, headaches, stimulate appetite, and other uses.

This product is regular Remeron tablets, which should be swallowed whole. Patients who are unable or disinclined to swallow whole tablets may have better results with Remeron RD or Remeron SolTabs, both of which are designed to rapidly dissolve on the tongue without food or fluids. Dosage and administration is completely interchangeable among all three; if taking 45 mg of Remeron, 45 mg of Remeron RD or SolTabs provides the same benefit.

Getting the Most from Remeron

Remeron is used in a wide range of mental disorders as well as other, unrelated conditions. Treatment is similar in all cases, with the main variation being the maximum dosage. The medication is commonly used in:

  • Major depressive disorder
  • Generalized anxiety disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Social anxiety disorder
  • Headaches, including migraines
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Loss of appetite
  • Panic disorder
  • Insomnia
  • Others

For the most part treatment will be similar regardless of the condition being treated; tablets are taken once per day, usually in the evening before bed. Food is optional. Dosage adjustments will be at least a week or two apart. In otherwise healthy patients:

  • Start with 15 mg per day, ideally taken in the evening as the medication can cause drowsiness.
  • Evaluate results after at least one, ideally two, weeks of treatment; it takes at least a week for full benefit to be felt, sometimes up to four weeks.
  • If needed, increase dosage to 30 mg per day, and evaluate results after one to two weeks.
  • Dosage may be again increased, if needed, to 45 mg per day.
  • Do not exceed 45 mg per day without explicit doctor instruction.

Patients who have other major medical disorders, such as diabetes or kidney failure, may need adjusted doses.

In most cases treatment continues for six to nine months, occasionally much longer. It is fairly common for dosage to initially rise high, to 30 or 45 mg per day, until the condition is stabilized. Dosage may then be lowered to 30 or 15 mg per day for a longer-term maintenance dose.

Atypical versus Typical Antidepressants

Remeron is an atypical antidepressant; it ultimately produces the same effects as typical antidepressants (SSRIs, MAOIs, tricyclics, and so forth), but it does so in different ways. This means patients who are unable to take typical antidepressants---due to allergies, severe side effects, or they just don't work well---may have much better results with atypical antidepressants.

There are also some differences in side effects between atypical antidepressants and other classes, though there is a lot of overlap. In comparison, Remeron:

  • Has a greater sedative effect than SSRIs, SNRIs, and MAOIs.
  • Stimulates appetite more than most other antidepressants.
  • Is less likely to cause muscle control issues than tricyclic antidepressants.
  • Is less likely to cause sexual side effects than most antidepressants.

The first two side effects above---sedation and appetite stimulation---may be viewed as drawbacks by some. The medication is taken just once per day, so taking before bed is an option that largely resolves sedation. As an appetite stimulant, patients will need to watch what they eat, unless weight gain is desirable.

Precautions & Adverse Reactions

Remeron can produce side effects, though they're typically mild and often stop occurring after a few weeks of treatment. Side effects that become severe enough to be disruptive should be brought to the attention of a doctor. Most common are:

  • Drowsiness
  • Dry mouth
  • Dizziness
  • Constipation
  • Weakness
  • Muscle pain
  • Headache
  • Abnormal dreams

Remeron can interact with a wide range of other medications. Check with a doctor or pharmacist before starting, stopping, or adjusting dosage of other medications for the duration of treatment with Remeron. This medication should not be taken within two weeks of taking an MAOI.

There is an association with use of Remeron, as with any antidepressant, with an increased risk of suicide in younger patients under age 25. Young patients---particularly those under age 18---should be monitored closely for several months at the start of treatment and following any dosage adjustments. Suicide attempts were less likely in patients 25 and over.

All antidepressants and antipsychotics are associated with extrapyramidal symptoms (EPS), which describes movement disorders. While Remeron is less likely to produce these than other antidepressants, there is still a risk; patients should be alert for any signs the condition is developing:

  • Muscle spasms
  • Muscle rigidity
  • Tremor
  • Jerky, uncontrolled movement
  • Slow or delayed movement

Any uncontrolled or unusual muscle movement should be brought to the attention of a doctor. In the vast majority of cases, ending treatment reverses symptoms.

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Remeron RD (mirtazapine) is an atypical antidepressant used in a wide range of mental or mood disorders. The RD in this product stands for rapidly dissolving; the tablets are designed to dissolve on the tongue.

Introduced in the 1990s, use of the medication rapidly grew around the world and it is now sold under dozens of other brand names depending on location. It is also sees some veterinary use as an appetite stimulant.

Understanding Atypical Antidepressants

As an atypical antidepressant, Remeron RD doesn't fit in with widely-recognized classes of antidepressants, such as tricyclics, SSRIs, SNRIs, or MAOIs. Patients unable to take these other categories due to allergies, severe side effects, or because they simply don't produce good results, may have better results with this product.

The exact mechanisms by which any antidepressants work is a very complex topic and not fully understood. They all influence the levels of neurotransmitters in the brain, and Remeron RD is no exception here, but it does so in different ways than other classes, which is why it doesn't belong to them and why it may work when others don't.

Atypical antidepressants also have differing side effects. Remeron RD is less likely than other classes to produce the sexual dysfunctions, such as erectile dysfunction, associated with SSRIs, SNRIs, and MAOIs, and is less likely to produce muscle control issues than tricyclic antidepressants. However, Remeron RD does have more of a sedative effect than most other classes and is more likely to cause weight gain, as the medication stimulates appetite.

Conditions Treated

Remeron RD is used in a very wide range of conditions, and treatment is quite similar in most of them. More common uses include:

  • Major depressive disorder (MDD)
  • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Social anxiety disorder (SAD)
  • Panic disorder
  • Insomnia
  • Headaches, including migraines
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Loss of appetite

Treatment will vary to some extent according to personal variables, but in most cases is strikingly similar in all conditions:

  • Start with 15 mg per day, ideally taken in the evening as the medication can cause drowsiness.
  • Evaluate results after at least one, ideally two, weeks of treatment; it takes at least a week for full benefit to be felt, sometimes up to four weeks.
  • If needed, increase dosage to 30 mg per day, and evaluate results after one to two weeks.
  • Dosage may be again increased, if needed, to 45 mg per day.
  • Do not exceed 45 mg per day without explicit doctor instruction.
  • Tablets should be dissolved on the tongue. Food or drink is optional.

Treatment may continue for as long as it is needed; often for 6 to 9 months, but sometimes for much longer. Long-term treatment is typically done at lower doses.

Precautions & Adverse Effects

Remeron RD can cause side effects, though they're typically mild and often stop occurring after a few weeks of treatment. Side effects that become severe enough to be disruptive should be brought to the attention of a doctor. Most common are:

  • Drowsiness
  • Dry mouth
  • Dizziness
  • Constipation
  • Weakness
  • Muscle pain
  • Headache
  • Abnormal dreams

As mentioned above, Remeron RD stimulates appetite. While this is a benefit for underweight individuals, most patients consider this a drawback and should take care to watch food intake.

Remeron RD can cause complications in some other medical conditions. Patients with any major medical condition---heart disease, diabetes, blood disorders, liver impairment, and so forth---should discuss risks and warning signs with a doctor before use.

Likewise this medication can interact with a wide range of other medications. Check with a doctor or pharmacist before starting, stopping, or adjusting dosage of other medications for the duration of treatment with Remeron RD. This medication should not be taken within two weeks of taking an MAOI.

Remeron SolTab (mirtazapine) is an orally-disintegrating tablet used to treat depression and other mental disorders. This product comes in tablets designed to rapidly dissolve on the tongue; food or fluids are not necessary.

This medication is an atypical antidepressant, meaning it produces similar results as other, typical antidepressants---tricyclics, SSRIs, MAOIs, and so forth---but it does so in different ways. This means that patients unable to take typical antidepressants, due to allergies, severe side effects, or because they simply don't work, may have better results with Remeron SolTabs.

Atypical antidepressants also have differing side effects. Remeron SolTabs are less likely than other classes to produce the sexual dysfunctions, such as erectile dysfunction, associated with typical antidepressants, and is less likely to produce muscle control issues than tricyclic antidepressants. However, Remeron SolTabs do have more of a sedative effect than most other antidepressants, and is more likely to cause weight gain, as the medication stimulates appetite.

Uses, Dosage, and Administration

Remeron SolTabs are used in a range of mental disorders, as well as a few other conditions. Treatment is similar in all cases, with the main variation being the maximum dosage. The medication is commonly used in:

  • Major depressive disorder (MDD)
  • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Social anxiety disorder (SAD)
  • Headaches, including migraines
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Loss of appetite
  • Panic disorder
  • Insomnia

Patients who have major medical conditions other than that being treated with Remeron SolTabs---such as heart disease, diabetes, blood disorders, liver impairment, and so forth---may require adjusted doses, differing from those below. In otherwise healthy patients:

  • Start with 15 mg per day, ideally taken in the evening as the medication can cause drowsiness.
  • Evaluate results after at least one, ideally two, weeks of treatment; it takes at least a week for full benefit to be felt, sometimes up to four weeks.
  • If needed, increase dosage to 30 mg per day, and evaluate results after one to two weeks.
  • Dosage may be again increased, if needed, to 45 mg per day.
  • Do not exceed 45 mg per day without explicit doctor instruction.

Tablets should be dissolved on the tongue; food or drink is optional. Tablets are taken just once per day, usually in the evening before bed, as they have a sedative effect. Maximum benefit should be felt after one month of treatment. In most cases treatment continues for six to nine months, occasionally much longer.

It is fairly common for dosage to initially rise high, to 30 or 45 mg per day, until the condition is stabilized. Dosage may then be lowered to 30 or 15 mg per day for a longer-term maintenance dose.

Warnings before Use

Remeron SolTabs can cause side effects, though they're typically mild and often stop occurring after a few weeks of treatment. Side effects that become severe enough to be disruptive should be brought to the attention of a doctor. Most common are:

  • Drowsiness
  • Dry mouth
  • Dizziness
  • Constipation
  • Weakness
  • Muscle pain
  • Headache
  • Abnormal dreams

As mentioned above, Remeron SolTabs stimulate appetite. While this is a benefit for underweight individuals, most patients consider this a drawback and should take care to watch food intake.

This medication can interact with a wide range of other medications. Check with a doctor or pharmacist before starting, stopping, or adjusting dosage of other medications for the duration of treatment with Remeron SolTabs. This medication should not be taken within two weeks of taking an MAOI.

There is an association with use of Remeron SolTabs, as with any antidepressant, with an increased risk of suicide in younger patients under age 25. Young patients---particularly those under age 18---should be monitored closely for several months at the start of treatment and following any dosage adjustments. Suicide attempts were less likely in patients 25 and over.

Remeron SolTab (mirtazapine) is an orally-disintegrating tablet used to treat depression and other mental disorders. This product comes in tablets designed to rapidly dissolve on the tongue; food or fluids are not necessary.

This medication is an atypical antidepressant, meaning it produces similar results as other, typical antidepressants---tricyclics, SSRIs, MAOIs, and so forth---but it does so in different ways. This means that patients unable to take typical antidepressants, due to allergies, severe side effects, or because they simply don't work, may have better results with Remeron SolTabs.

Atypical antidepressants also have differing side effects. Remeron SolTabs are less likely than other classes to produce the sexual dysfunctions, such as erectile dysfunction, associated with typical antidepressants, and is less likely to produce muscle control issues than tricyclic antidepressants. However, Remeron SolTabs do have more of a sedative effect than most other antidepressants, and is more likely to cause weight gain, as the medication stimulates appetite.

Uses, Dosage, and Administration

Remeron SolTabs are used in a range of mental disorders, as well as a few other conditions. Treatment is similar in all cases, with the main variation being the maximum dosage. The medication is commonly used in:

  • Major depressive disorder (MDD)
  • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Social anxiety disorder (SAD)
  • Headaches, including migraines
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Loss of appetite
  • Panic disorder
  • Insomnia

Patients who have major medical conditions other than that being treated with Remeron SolTabs---such as heart disease, diabetes, blood disorders, liver impairment, and so forth---may require adjusted doses, differing from those below. In otherwise healthy patients:

  • Start with 15 mg per day, ideally taken in the evening as the medication can cause drowsiness.
  • Evaluate results after at least one, ideally two, weeks of treatment; it takes at least a week for full benefit to be felt, sometimes up to four weeks.
  • If needed, increase dosage to 30 mg per day, and evaluate results after one to two weeks.
  • Dosage may be again increased, if needed, to 45 mg per day.
  • Do not exceed 45 mg per day without explicit doctor instruction.

Tablets should be dissolved on the tongue; food or drink is optional. Tablets are taken just once per day, usually in the evening before bed, as they have a sedative effect. Maximum benefit should be felt after one month of treatment. In most cases treatment continues for six to nine months, occasionally much longer.

It is fairly common for dosage to initially rise high, to 30 or 45 mg per day, until the condition is stabilized. Dosage may then be lowered to 30 or 15 mg per day for a longer-term maintenance dose.

Warnings before Use

Remeron SolTabs can cause side effects, though they're typically mild and often stop occurring after a few weeks of treatment. Side effects that become severe enough to be disruptive should be brought to the attention of a doctor. Most common are:

  • Drowsiness
  • Dry mouth
  • Dizziness
  • Constipation
  • Weakness
  • Muscle pain
  • Headache
  • Abnormal dreams

As mentioned above, Remeron SolTabs stimulate appetite. While this is a benefit for underweight individuals, most patients consider this a drawback and should take care to watch food intake.

This medication can interact with a wide range of other medications. Check with a doctor or pharmacist before starting, stopping, or adjusting dosage of other medications for the duration of treatment with Remeron SolTabs. This medication should not be taken within two weeks of taking an MAOI.

There is an association with use of Remeron SolTabs, as with any antidepressant, with an increased risk of suicide in younger patients under age 25. Young patients---particularly those under age 18---should be monitored closely for several months at the start of treatment and following any dosage adjustments. Suicide attempts were less likely in patients 25 and over.

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