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Can I stop Triptyline immediately and if what is side effects?

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Triptyline is reported to be an international brand name of Amitriptyline. As such, this medication is considered a Tricyclic Antidepressant and should be weaned off gradually.

"Antidepressants in general may produce a discontinuation syndrome. This is not the same as drug withdrawal. Discontinuation symptoms can be managed by a gradual reduction in dosage over a period of weeks or months to minimize symptoms."

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