Tablets

Depression. Adults: 20 mg/day, usually given as a single dose in the morning. Some clients not responding to the 20-mg dose may benefit from increasing the dose in 10-mg/day increments, up to a maximum of 50 mg/day. Dose changes should be made at intervals of at least 1 week.

Panic disorders. Adults, initial: 10 mg/day usually given in the morning; then, increase by 10-mg increments each week until a dose of 40 mg/day is reached. Maximum daily dose: 60 mg.

Obsessive-compulsive disorders. Adults, initial: 20 mg/kg; then, increase by 10-mg increments a day in intervals of at least 1 week until a dose of 40 mg/kg is reached. Maximum daily dose: 60 mg.

Headaches. 10-50 mg/day.

Diabetic neuropathy. 10-60 mg/day.

Premature ejaculation in men. 20 mg/day.

NOTE: Geriatric or debilitated clients, those with severe hepatic or renal impairment, initial: 10 mg/day, up to a maximum of 40 mg/day for all

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