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Could you please tell me if that drug is used to induce prolonged sleep to eliviate pain in the lower back vertebrae and discs. Or if some other drug cocktail exists to achieve this. An earlier reply is appreciated. Thanks C ## I believe the medication you are referring to is Amitriptyline, a generic for Elavil. This is an antidepressant that sometimes helps people with mild to moderate pain. It can cause drowsiness, but will not induce prolonged sleep. I suggest speaking to your doctor to get ideas for what may help you. ## Thanks Verwon. A friend of mine suffers from severe back pain. He is undergoing this sleep treatment induced by a cocktail of drugs? He has been doing this for a week at home. Apart from nurses going in to check on him he wont let anyone near him. He will come off t...

Mylan Amitriptyline

Looking for amitriptyline manufactured by Mylan ## I'm sorry, but there is no database showing which medications from which manufacturer are in stock, at any given pharmacy. Such information would be virtually impossible to keep updated, if someone did try to create one. Have you asked your usual pharmacy if they can order it in for you? Some pharmacies will do so, for their regular customers. Amitriptyline is most commonly used to treat depression, and nerve pain. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, mood changes, and dry mouth.

trepiline & stresam

I am on stresam 50mg and have now gotten a trepiline 10mg prescription today to take at night before bed. Is it safe to use both together? I don't want something strange happening to me at any point. ## Has your doctor instructed you to take both of them? Stresam is listed as containing Etifoxine, and Trepiline contains Amitriptyline, they are sometimes used together, in cases where someone has severe anxiety that is resistant to treatment, but in such cases, their doctors should be monitoring them regularly, in case of any problems. The U.S. FDA warns that combining such medications may cause more severe side effects, which may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, sedation, and somnolence.

little white pill with M on one side and 77 on the other side

I found a little round white pill with a M on one side and 77 on the other side ## I found the same pill white, round, M on one side 77 on the other, I can't find it anywhere. Anybody? ## The closest pill which I have found is a small white round pill with the inscription M77 one one side. It differs from your description such that the entire imprint is on one side instead of the M and 77 being on opposite sides of the pill. What I have just described is Amitriptyline 10 mg, manufactured by Mylan. It is an antidepressant. You can read more details about it on the page for Amitriptyline Details. If it doesn't seem like what I described matches what you have, please post back with any other details such as the pill's country of origin, manufacturer name, etc. It might be a pre...

Throat burned by a pill!

I tried posting this as a reply in another thread, but occurs to me that I should post iot in it's own thread, rather than hijacking someone else's. I'm new here, so I apologize if I've done anything wrong! My problem / question: I take several medications before bedtime every night. My mistake, having read about it elsewhere, is probably taking a couple or three different pills at a time. Three nights ago, one of the smaller pills got stuck in my throat and caused some painful burning. I washed it down with water, but the damage was done. Now I can only whisper and sometimes it hurts to swallow. Can anyone tell me which of the following medications might have been the one to burn my throat? Amitriptyline, Simvastatin, Carvedilol OL, Losartan Potassium, Escitalopram oxal...

Small round pale blue pill with AA on one side and C on the other.

Small round 5mm very pale blue tablet with AA on one side and C on the other side. Can anyone tell me what this is please. Thanks ## Small Round Pale Blue Pill With Aa On One Side And C On The Other, can anyone tell me what it is please? ## Amitriptyline ## What little blue pill has aa on one side and a c on the other , what are thay ured for ## 10mg amitryptaline, a tricyclic anti-depressant, if you want more info, google amitryptaline ## @mumspoint, I can also confirm that the pill in question is Amitryptiline (10 mg). Amitriptyline is used in the United States and United Kingdom to prevent migraines only in very small doses. It is also used as sleeping aids in small doses and for diabetic retinopathy. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Amitriptyline Details If you hav...

Tryptomer 10 Mg Side Effects

Not feeling well after using Tryptomer 10 mg 1 daily night. ## Have you consulted your doctor? Tryptomer contains the active ingredient Amitriptyline, which is a Tricyclic antidepressant. It can cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. Learn more: How long have you been taking it? Not all medications work well for everyone that tries them, so your doctor may need to adjust your dosage or switch you to a different medication. ## My pluse rate 75 when I take tryptomer 10 my pluse increase 100-106 what can I do

Trepiline with Urbanol

Can I take Trepiline with Urbanol? Will it keep me awake or will I be able to sleep? I don't take Trepiline. I use to for neck spasms, but it stopped and after a long time it's back. Can I combine 1 Trepiline and 1 Urbanol? I just don't want it to clash, then I cant sleep. Please advise. ## Can I use trepiline with urbanol?

pill small round green pill smooth on one side and on the other side gg44

i found it at my new house just wondering what its for. ## This is Amitriptyline 25mgs, a generic for the antidepressant Elavil. Some of the most common side effects include: extreme weight gain, dry mouth, nausea and drowsiness. ## No it's GG two Capt. GG then at the bottom it's 44 small med dark green. Round. I found it in a bag with old medicine my father had. Before he pass three years ago.

Amitriptyline Hcl 150 mg tablet

Blue tablet with 2106 engraved on it. Please tell me about this drug and the side effects. I have Cervical Dystonia. ## mp26 amitryptyline millagrams ## This tablet contains 150mgs of Amitriptyline, it is manufactured by Vintage Pharmaceuticals. NDC: 00603-2217 Its typical side effects may include nausea, dry mouth, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, mood changes, and weight changes. Inactive ingredients may include: Silicon Dioxide Hypromelloses Lactose Monohydrate Magnesium Stearate Cellulose, Microcrystalline Polyethylene Glycols Polysorbate 80 Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato Titanium Dioxide Fd&c Blue No. 2 Fd&c Yellow No. 6 Is there anything else I can help with?

round green pill 23 on one side and bl other

No idea what is it bl. 23 imprint round green tablet. ## This pill (BL 23) is amitriptyline 25mg, most likely the brand(Elavil)? no longer made in the U.S. or discontinued completely as I could find no results for it on Google, commonly known as Seroquel treats nerve pain Sleep disorders and depression

round yellow pill with A 113 and RPH

I need help identifying a round yellow pill with A113 on one side and RPH on the other side. ## I have a little yellow pill with A113 on one side and RPH on other, sold in canada. ## Hello Rjay, I was able to locate a pill that fits your description. This pill is a Amitriptyline Hydrochloride, a medication used as an antidepressant. Below is some additional information sourced from the manufacturers website. Active Ingredients: amitriptyline hydrochloride, 25 MG Inactive Ingredients: - Colloidal silicon dioxide - Croscarmellose sodium - Magnesium stearate - Microcrystalline cellulose - Pregelatinised starch - Hypromellose - Titanium Dioxide - Triacetin - D&C Yellow #10 Aluminum Lake - FD&C Blue #1 Aluminum Lake - FD&C Yellow # 6 Aluminum Lake Manufacturer: Teva Canda Limited...

Amitriptyline Hcl Tab

I am taking 25 MG at night and sometimes 25 MG in the day time. I have very short temper and I get angry very fast. I am a very busy man at the office and have to handle a variety of things simultaneously. When I take the medicine I feel ok. My only worry is that if I continue too long I will get addicted to it and will that be bad? Also need to know if I take this tab regularly will it affect my libido? ## I tried that, made me suicidal..... My dad was on it, he sold his land for nothing and now rents at age 74. this medicine may have its uses, but not with me. ## Mike, while your suicidal tendencies are possible on this medication, they are very rare and not representative of the typical user. As to your dad's actions, there is really no way to say whether or not the medication ha...

Blue Pill Round Blank On One Side 10 Other

Round pill light blue blank on one side has 10 on the other side, what are they for? ## Hi star, Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Amitriptyline (10mg); which is classified as a tricyclic antidepressant and used to treat symptoms of depression. If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. Editor's note: citation lacking ## I've come into some d 10 with a score line between. So D on top and 10 on the bottom, and blank on the back. But leaves your mouth blue! I've had one's called Manons that made your mouth blue, but that was blue die and flurazepam! And they were good, but does any one know the score line with the D 10 ones? ## Blue round pills with 10 on one side blank other are not amitryptiline....

Amitriptyline VS Nortriptyline

Hi everyone, I'm interested in amitriptyline and/or nortriptyline. I have been taking amitriptyline 100mg at night. As usual my dose was increased over time. The only side effect I had difficulty with is that grogginess in the morning which I don't like. I'm most interested in no grogginess. I was told that it shall pass as my body adjusts. I found a different drug called nortriptyline accidentally while looking for insurance. They consider amitriptyline to be a tier 4 as to nortriptyline a tier 2, that's a huge difference in price for me, so I looked it up and they seem to be basically the same medicine but I noticed that in the comments area the grogginess was not so much a problem as to the other if anyone can help me out with feedback that would be grea...

New to Elavil. Any feedback would be great

Today I went to the dr. She switched my Effexor and Buspar to Elavil. I have never taken this medication before. Its 25mg x 2 daily. I'm very interested in this medicine because I have a very hard time gaining weight and I've read blogs on yes it can cause weight gain. I'm also interested in how tired and sleepy it will make me. That's one negative effect I don't want. I'm more interested in energy and good mood lift... Any feedback would be appreciated, thx ## I think all these meds for mood and anxiety cause sleepy and no energy feelings. I've had to take many and all them make you tired and no energy ## I agree with you on this. I just started elavil 25mg before bed..I find myself sleeping later each morning. Which I don't like. Thank god I'm still...

Is Amitriptyline A Controlled Subtance

is amitriptyline a narcodic or controlled substance 2102 on one side v on the other side sm. yellow pill ## Amitriptyline is not a narcotic, nor is it subject to the Controlled Substances Act. It is an antidepressant. Amitriptyline is a fairly safe drug although it can (and usually does) cause EXTREME drowsiness. It should not be taken before driving, etc until you know how it will effect you. Most people continue to become drowsy after taking it so they take it before bedtime. The other most common side effect is constipation. For information about this drug, please refer to the link below... Please post back if you have any other questions or comments to add. ## My doctor prescribed me Amitriptylin 25 MG it was not for depression, it was for a burning sensation that Ive been having du...

amitriptyline and oxycodone

I've been taking 7.5mg Oxycodone for my pain after an accident a while ago. I recently was prescribed Amitriptyline 50mg for Anxiety and Depression. Are these 2 drugs safe to take together at there dosages? I've read it has a significant reaction about increasing the level of drowsiness and sedation, but does that mean it can be life threating or just a possible warning? ## Hello HunterOrion, I did some research and found the same thing you mentioned. According to the FDA the reaction between these two drugs is that they may increase the sedative properties. This was listed as a "moderate" interaction which means it's not life threatening in itself but could be fatal given certain conditions. Whenever you are taking medication that causes you to be drowsy or has seda...


MY MOTHER HAS BEEN USING THE TABLET LIBOTRYP FOR THE LAST 10 YEARS AFTER GALL BLADDER REMOVAL SURGERY. WILL THE USE OF LIBOTRYP CAUSE KIDNEY OR LIVER DAMAGE? ## Most medications are processed through the liver and long-term use of them risks organ damage, however, no one can definitively say that they will or will not cause it in any particular person. Some people will develop problems and some won't, that is how it works with any medication and the reasons why it happens to some people and not others is unknown. Libotryp contains Amitriptyline and Chlordiazepoxide, it is most commonly used as an antidepressant, but can also help with anxiety. Its common side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and weight gain. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ## I HAD H...

blue round pill mp49

I found a small blue pill with mp49 imprinted on it. Does anyone know what it could be? ## I have found a small round blue pill with mp49 on it. Can you tell me what it is please? ## Amitriptyline 10mg an anti depressant and pain killer ## Just to confirm, Lucy is correct. A round blue film-coated tablet with the marking MP49 on one side is reportedly identified as 10mg Amitriptyline. Manufactured by: DDSA Pharmaceuticals Limited, 310 Old Brompton Road, London SW5 9JQ I was unable to locate the company's website to retrieve additional information, but I hope this helps add a sense of verification.


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