Q. How long does it take for Starkid 10mg Sachet to start working?
In general, you can expect to see a positive change during the first month of taking Starkid 10mg Sachet. After the first month of taking the medication, your dose might be raised if you are not benefitting enough from it.
Q. Is nausea common during the treatment with Starkid 10mg Sachet?
Nausea is a common side-effect of this medicine. Eat smaller, more frequent meals to reduce the feeling of nausea. Also, avoid food that is salty, spicy, fried, or fatty.
Q. When should I call my doctor right away?
Get medical help right away if you get suicidal thoughts, chest pain or if you experience severe stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, dark urine, pale stools, or yellowing of your skin or eyes.
Q. What medicine should be avoided along with Starkid 10mg Sachet?
Avoid taking any other anti-depressant along with Starkid 10mg Sachet without consulting your doctor. This is because the combination may cause side-effects like shaking (tremor), shivering, muscle stiffness, fever, rapid pulse, rapid breathing or confusion.
Q. Can I give Starkid 10mg Sachet to my 3-year-old child?
No Starkid 10mg Sachet should only be used in children 6 years and older.
Q. When to take Starkid 10mg Sachet?
This medicine is usually taken one or two times a day (early morning and late afternoon/early evening). If you find that you are sleepy during the day talk to your doctor about the best time to take your medicine.
Information last updated by Dr. Varun Gupta, MD Pharmacology on 24th Feb 2020. The medicine details are for information purpose only. Consult a doctor before taking any medicine.