Took 15 Tablets Of Tryptomer 25 Mg

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Ripon gomes ripon Says:
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what happens if some one takes 15 tablets of tryptomer tm 25gm a day please reply fast its an emergency.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Ripon! How is the person in question? Did they suffer any adverse effects?

For anyone with an emergency, please contact your local poison control or take the person to the nearest emergency services medical department. While there are always those of us online that would love to help, if we can, there is nothing we can do if someone's life is in danger.

The FDA classifies Amitriptyline as a tricyclic antidepressant and there is a chance that an overdose of it could cause permanent organ damage or be fatal. Overdose symptoms are listed as possibly including uneven heartbeat, extreme drowsiness, confusion, agitation, hallucinations, vomiting and seizures.

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Khusi Says:
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What happen if someone takes 10tablets of tryptomer50 mg and 10 tablets of inosert 50 mg please reply fast it is emergency

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Aarohi Says:
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About fifteen tab are taken then what should be happen

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AKOWE 12 Says:

A normal fat medicine without the affection of my skin

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