How To Stop Tryptomer

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Suhail Says:


my wife need a baby. how to stop tryptomer.pls



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Suresh Says:
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Iam suresh i take daily 7 tablets now i want to leave it my life has become hell after this so please tell me how avoid it

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Rosy Says:
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Is tryptomer used for healing vertigo? I have been taking tryptomer for almost a year... Can I stop taking it???

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Dr Rosenblatt Says:

Why are you all on amitryptyline? Depression? Migraine? Anxiety?

A bit of medical history would be immensely helpful.

--Dr. R

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Mansi Says:
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I am taking tryptomer 10mg because of depression.. i want to quit it . Whats the right way

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Rosy Says:
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The doctor suggested me to take tryptomer. I was having nerve problem. Now the sudden head attack is no more but I'm even more depressed than before. I'm afraid if I stop taking the head attack might be back.

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Rosy Says:
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Re: Dr Rosenblatt (# 3)

The doctor suggested me to take tryptomer. I was having nerve problem. Now the sudden head attack is no more but I'm even more depressed than before. I'm afraid if I stop taking the head attack might be back. I have been taking tryptomer 10mg for almost one and half years.

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Sharad Says:
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I have been advised by the orthopedic surgeon for tingling pain and burning sensation in both of foot right from the ankles to the toes. I have been under gone Bye Pass Surgery in the year 15.05.2015 and taking Ecospryn Gold 20, Cardec 2.5 and Glycyrite MV1SR since then till date. My current FBS reads 150 and PBS reads180. I am taking Tryptomer 10/100 from last Fifteen days. The pain and burning sensation in both the feet's has been reduced to about 60 percent. I am consuming one tablet a day of the above mentioned medicine. Now I would like to know the use of Tryptomer 10/100 tablets for how many days and when to stop it. I am 70 Years Old and attending my office and light work outs for about 1.30 hour's on regular basis. Apart from this I don't have any illness. Kindly advise

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