Amitriptyline Cause Bladder Problems

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USAGE OF LIBOTRYP TABLETS
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MY MOTHER HAS BEEN USING THE TABLET LIBOTRYP FOR THE LAST 10 YEARS AFTER GALL BLADDER REMOVAL SURGERY. WILL THE USE OF LIBOTRYP CAUSE KIDNEY OR LIVER DAMAGE? ## Most medications are processed through the liver and long-term use of them risks organ damage, however, no one can definitively say that they will or will not cause it in any particular person. Some people will develop problems and some won't, that is how it works with any medication and the reasons why it happens to some people and not others is unknown. Libotryp contains Amitriptyline and Chlordiazepoxide, it is most commonly used as an antidepressant, but can also help with anxiety. Its common side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and weight gain. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ## I HAD H... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Amitriptyline.
Wed, Aug 23 '17, 6:42 AM
tripilene
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shingles ## Is it ok to take 25mg everynight and for how long can one do so? ## There is no drug listed under the name Tripilene, are you possibly referring to Amitriptyline? ## I would just like to find out more about tripilene. I have a friend who was taking them, its apparently a muscle relaxant. She now has problems with her bladder as the muscles are permanently relaxed and therefore cannot function. The dr says it's due to all the tripilene that she has drank, is it a side effect and if you are taking tripilene should you stop due to this side effect? Thank you ...
Updated 8 years ago in Amitriptyline.
Sun, May 03 '09, 3:50 AM


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