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need to know the facts on the drug perphen amit

my sister moved out from her husbands home and now is staying with my family. she acts strange talks to herself is mean to my 16yr old daughter almost hates her idk if she is takin her med ## The name is actually an abbreviation of two drugs names, Perphenazine and Amitrriptyline, commonly sold under the brand name Etrafon. This is an antipsychotic drug, which is sometimes used to treat other conditions, such as sleep disorders. Some of the most common side effects include: drowsiness, weight gain and insulin resistance. If she is acting that way, there are a few possible reasons: 1) She isn't taking her medication. 2) The dosage she is on is no longer effective, so she needs a dosage adjustment or medication change. 3) Her problem has worsensed, in which case the solution would be ...

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perphen/amit

what am I taking ## This medication combines the antipsychotic medication Perphenazine with the antidepressant Amitriptyline. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and somnolence. You can read more on the medications here: Do you have any other questions?

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what is this medication perscribed for

please tell me what this medication is perscribed for my doctor was not very clear with me on this . ## PROPHEN/AMIT IS THE PERSCRIPTION ## This medication couples an antipsychotic (Perphenazine) with an antidepressant (Amitriptyline.) This is a generic for Etrafon. ## I am just so tired

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