Imipramine 25mg Can I Have A Glass Of Wine At Night

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Sandy Says:

Can I have a glass of wine at night if Im on 25mg of imipramine?

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Verwon Says:

Imipramine is a tricyclic antidepressant and ingesting alcohol while taking it could result in its being less effective for you, than normal. It may also cause additional impairment of your motor skills.

Thus, for many people, one glass of wine may be equal to 2, while they are on this medication. The reactions usually aren't dangerous, but you should make sure you aren't driving or doing anything that could put you or anyone else in danger, if you do choose to imbibe.

You should also not be surprised is it seems the medication isn't working, as well.

Also due to possible detrimental effects on the liver, you should make sure not drink, a lot.


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Bubbie Says:

I took imipramine 50 mg for 4 weeks and quit can I get any withdrawal problems

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