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small yellow coated tablet ## everything on tripiline ## Sorry, are you referring to Amitriptyline, a generic for Elavil? It is an antidepressant. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and blurred vision. Please post back and let me know if I am on the right track here! ## i had a bleeding ulcer 6 weeks ago ,can i use tripilne to calm me down ? will it have an effect on my ulcer , at the moment is healed?any other suggestions on a calming tab please ...
Updated 4 years ago in Amitriptyline.
Fri, Nov 27 '09, 2:03 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 183460
tripilin and zopex
My fience passed away in a car accident I can't sleep at nyt my mom says tripilin nd zopex r the drugs am gna depend on then for sleeping but the Dr gv them to me ,nw I dnt knw wether I must continue with them.am I gna be addicted am I not gna sleep on my own the tablets r finished?? ## Hello, Yandi! How are you? I am very sorry about your loss. How long have you been taking the medications? At this point, I think that rather than worry about getting addicted to them, you need to take them and get rest, so you can deal with your loss and move on with life. ...
Updated 2 months ago.
Sat, May 31 '14, 8:35 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 262730
trepiline addiction
Is it safe for a recovering addict to take trepaline? ## Is it safe for a recovering addict to use Tripiline? ## Hello, Olivia! How are you? It is just an antidepressant and they are often used by those in recovery, because withdraw and recover can cause some severe emotional issues and mood swings. Was it prescribed by the person's doctor? That is the only time they should be taking it, especially in this type of case. ## Hi, thanks for the reply. It was prescribed by a medical practitioner, but not for addiction recovery, was for a bladder condition and I was concerned that it could trigger drug use. However, time has gone by and all is ok, thank goodness for that. Olivia ...
Updated 6 months ago in Antidepressant.
Mon, Jan 06 '14, 2:43 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 256453
Trepiline with Cilift
Can Cilift and Trepiline be taken together? I take 1 Cilift every night, and the doctor has just given me Tripline for my shingles, to take 1 at night. ## Clifit contains Citalopram and Tripiline contains Amitriptyline and they can be used together, but the dosages should be taken under careful consideration, plus your doctor should be monitoring you regularly while you are taking both. Combining them creates risks of serotonin syndrome and hyponatremia. Learn more Cilift details here. Learn more Tripiline details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Citalopram.
Tue, Aug 28 '12, 10:36 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 234162
Cilift or trepiline
I have been using Cilift for about 4 months but wake up tired, I don't want to get out of bed in the morning. Can anyone tell me the difference between Cilift and Trepiline? ## Cilift contains the active ingredient Citalopram, which is an SSRI antidepressant. Tripiline contains the active ingredient Amitriptyline, which is a tricyclic antidepressant. Have you discussed this issue with your doctor? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Citalopram.
Thu, Apr 19 '12, 9:50 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 229699
OSTEOARTRITIS MEDICATION
My doctor diagnosed me with osteoartitis this week. He prescribed Treipiline 10mg, one tablet at night time, as well as Neurontin 100mg. According to what I am reading on the internet it is depression and epilepsy medication. Will it give me pain relieve at all? ## Yes, the Tripiline contains Amitriptyline, which is a tricyclic antidepressant and Neurontin is an antiseizure medication, but they have both also been proven effective at helping with certain types of nerve pain. You can learn more about them here: Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Neurontin.
Sun, Apr 22 '12, 10:22 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 229790
TrepilineI
I have been taking trepiline for chronic pain, I have rheumatoid arthritis and has severe pain in my muscles. I take 5mg per night and have done so for 4 yearsbut now I cant sleep without it ## It is normal for your body to become dependent on something that you've been taking for such a long period of time. Learn more Tripiline details here. Eventually your body would readjust and you'd sleep, but there would likely be a few sleepless weeks first. Have you talked to your doctor about it? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Arthritis.
Tue, Aug 28 '12, 7:35 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 231914
side effects of tripoline
1.I have been given a 1month supply of tripoline 25mg due to strees and major headaches,to be honest i don't feel the tripoline works as i still struggle to sleep and my headaches are still there, 2.my mouth is very dry 3.iv done a laser site on my eyes to improve vision could this product affect my eyes ? ## Hello, Muhammed! How are you? Tripiline contains the active ingredient Amitriptyline, which is a tricyclic antidepressant and it really takes 4 to 6 weeks, before you these types of medications reach their full level of efficacy in the body, so you can tell whether or not it will work to help you. Learn more Tripiline details here. Its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and weight changes. How long have you been taking it, so far? And as to any effect on visi... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Amitriptyline.
Sat, May 10 '14, 1:00 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 252745
what treatment is betaretic for?
I complained to my GP about my feet swelling and being very painfull due to water build up in my sistem. He prescribed betaretic to me as a water pill. He also prescribed tripeline to treat my high stress levels. I still have very swolen, and painfull feet. What should I do? Does these medication help me, or make things worst? ## Betaretic contains the active ingredients Amiloride and Hydrochlorothiazide, both of which are diuretics to help remove excess fluid from the body. Learn more Amiloride details here. Learn more Hydrochlorothiazide details here. Side effects to the Betaretic may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and dehydration. Tripiline contains the active ingredient Amitriptyline, which is a tricyclic antidepressant that can also help with anxiety. Learn more Amitriptyline... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Amiloride.
Wed, Sep 18 '13, 2:55 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 251976
Tripiline And Weed
Hi...my wife has been on various sleeping/anti depressants pills zopax etc... anyway she is finally down to Tripiline. The problem is that she also smokes weed. Recently she has changed ...not sleeping...crying...angry fits...nervousness...reorganising the house...forgetfullness...incomplete duties...one minute she wants to talk to me and the next she doesnt. these changes were on and off with the other pills as well and only when I take drastic steps and confront her about her actions then for about three months she is ok and then it starts again and I mean ALL OVER AGAIN. i thought I had big shoulders but after 20 years of marraige...I am wearin thin. My thoughts now are to let her hit rock bottom and for her to realise what she doing to herself. Problem is I dont know what rock botto... ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Thu, Dec 06 '12, 9:11 AM   0 
Tripoline To Increase Dopamine
I seem to have a fixation on buying things, eating, I was told it was probably lack of Dopamine, take Tripiline and these habit will calm down ## Have you consulted a doctor? There are several medical issues that can cause these types of behaviors and your doctor can run tests to determine which it is and help you discover your proper treatment options. Trying to self-diagnose and self-treat is really never a good idea. The medication you're referring to contains the active ingredient Amitriptyline, which is a tricyclic antidepressant. It requires a doctor's prescription and isn't an appropriate medication for everyone. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Dopamine.
Mon, Jan 30 '12, 11:08 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 224054


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