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dark brown and pink caPSULE ## Dose Nortriptylin helps if you are constantly nervous specially when you are around people or constantly feel nervous . ## Why would my Dr. prescribe this for lower back pain ? Thank you ...

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 Nortriptyline

Nortriptyline, sold under the brand names Allegron, Aventyl, Noritren, Nortrilen, and Pamelor among others, is a tricyclic antidepressant (TCA) used to treat clinical depression. Another licensed use for it is in the treatment of childhood bedwetting. Off-label uses include chronic pain and migraine and labile affect in some neurological disorders.[2] Chemically, it is a secondary amine dibenzocycloheptene and pharmacologically it is classed as a second-generation TCA. Nortrip...
nortriptyline

im intrested in knowing of any side effects of this medication please let me know thank you ## i want to make sure that migratine and nortriptyline arnt sulfur drugs ## Sulfa based drugs usually carry a warning or they are listed as such in the patient leaflets to warn about allergic reactions. There is nothing listed in the monograph for Nortriptyline, here's the link for further information: Nortriptyline Info click Here There is also nothing listed for the Migratine: Migratine Info Click Here If you are allergic to sulfa drugs or have bad reactions to them, please make sure that both your doctor and pharmacists are aware of this and that it is listed in the relevant files, that way they can makes sure not to give you meds that contain it. ...

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NORTRIPTYLINE HCL

Nortriptyline HCL side effects? ## Common side effects of Nortriptyline include: Dry mouth, sedation, constipation, and increased appetite. You can view a more detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ## why does my throat burn so bad when taking nortripylin and than i can,t eat for days it feels like heart burn but is very painful? i sleep great taking this med. and others say they have more appetite but i don,t help me i need this med for pain. ## Does Primox increase appetite? I gained 10.5kgs after taking 75mg everyday. After stopping the medicine I managed to bring my weight under control. Now my doctor is telling me to continue the tablet again which I don'... ...

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25mg nortriptyline

organgish/tan color with 25 mg and other side of capsule is white with 93 and 811 under it ## The pill in description is Nortriptyline HCl (25 mg). It is used in the treatment of major depression and childhood nocturnal enuresis (bedwetting). To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...

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Nausea, nortriptyline

How long will it take for nausea to subside? I have been taking 20mgs a day for two days now and it is quite bad. ## Hello, Kellie! I am very sorry about the problem you're experiencing. That can be a normal side effect of this medication, as reported by the NIH, you may also experience dizziness, headache, mood swings and weight changes. They should start to improve, then go away entirely, once your body gets used to the medication, but that may take 4 to 5 weeks. Are you on any other medications? ...

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nortriptyline zipiclone

I took 7.5 mg of Zipiclone together with 15 mg of Aventyl (nortriptyline) at bedtime. They produced agitation especially in the back of my head and I could not sleep the entire night. What may be the interaction between these 2 medications? Thank you. I also took 50 mg of Paxil CR and 40 mg of Baclofen. Could they have confounded my problem? ...

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10 mg nortriptyline usage

I am 27 and have been having migraines since i was 10. I have been on everything for them and nothing helps. My new doctor put me on nortriptyline 10 mg before bed and im scared to take it because like i said before i have tried everything and nothing worked. I dont want another disappointment. Can anyone help me? ## Hello, Leah! How are you? I'm sorry about the problems you've experienced. No matter what we take a medication to treat, there is always a chance that it won't work, that's just the reality of medical science. There's no real exact guarantees that can ever be made. Sometimes, you do have to try multiple medications to find the one that works for you. When I suffered congestive heart failure over 6 years ago, many of the medications to lower my blood pres... ...

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Effects of Nortriptyline

I have just started taking this drug and understand that it is to help me sleep and help with chronic pain. However, I cannot sleep well with this, even though I feel drugged for at least 15 hours after a very low dose - 10 mg. It is also supposed to help with depression, but I feel more depressed. Can anyone shed light on this for me? What are your experiences with this drug? ## Hi Mieke, As a psychotherapist and a Holistic practitioner I wanted to address your comment because it sounds like your body is not responding well to the medication. You are not sleeping well and feeling drugged out much of the day and most alarming is that even though it is supposed to help you with the depression, it is actually making you feel worse. I am speculating, but are you a young adult (18 to 25 yrs... ...

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nortriptyline hcl 10 mg cap

lite brown&white cap#93 810 ## I can confirm the capsule in description to be Nortriptyline HCl (10 mg). It is used in the treatment of major depression and childhood nocturnal enuresis (bedwetting). To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...

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Tinnitus And Nortriptyline

Can Nortriptyline actually help Tinnitus caused by acoustic trauma? If so, how? ## Hi Jack, According to government studies, this medication can help with tinnitus, although results are going to vary for everyone. Here is a link to the study with more in depth information about its overall effectiveness: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8424470 Since this drug is technically an anti depressant, I am having trouble finding information about "how" it works for Tinnitus. Learn More: Nortriptyline Details If anyone else has more information regarding this topic, please post back. ## Tinnitus began a few weeks after I started taking Nortriptyline HCL. I don't think it could help tinnitus at all. Also, the medicine began melting in my throat causing pain and burning in my throat and chest,... ...

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what is nortriptylin used for

Will nortriptylin 25 mg lemon make me gain weight, will it help me sleep . ## Hello, Verlane! How are you? Nortriptyline is an antidepressant that can also help with certain types of nerve pain. It can cause some drowsiness and weight gain as side effects, as reported by the FDA. You may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Zolpidem With Nortriptyline

I would like to take nortriptyline (10mg) with zolpidem (10mg) at night. Are these two medications ok to take together? I'm having some lower back pain. ## Has your doctor advised you to take them both? Both the Nortriptyline and the Zolpidem can cause depression of the central nervous system, so when they are used together, the dosage has to be carefully considered by your doctor and they should be monitoring you on a regular basis. ## My Dr. did prescribe these two medication, but not to be taken together,, she was trying to find a solution to my sleeplessness besides ambien,,nortriptyline did not help with sleep as I had hoped,,,thought it might help with some pain,,I will not take the notriptyline, does not sound like a safe combo. ## I would say to depends on the dosing. In gen... ...

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Weight gain and nortriptyline

Hi. I've been taking nortriptyline for 3 years now. I am 18 year old female. I originally started with only 10 mg and have slowly increased the dose over time to now i take 45mg per night. The reason i first had it was for nerve pain and also teenage depression (where i struggled to attend school). I consider myself as made very good progress over the past 3 years, the last 2 being at school. In 2014, i was only attending school 2-3 days per week, in 2015 i attended 3-4 days per week. And now in 2016, i have a good job and work about 45 hours per week, going to work every day. I also keep to a rigid fitness schedule with exercising 5 days per week for at least half an hour (either running 3.5 to 5km or doing Kayla Itsines workouts). And i have kept to this for all of the 2016 year s... ...

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phentermine and nortriptyline

I take 50 mg of nortriptyline to help prevent migraines. I am obese and am having trouble losing weight. I want to try phentermine along with a healthy food plan and exercise. If the dose of phentermine is kept low (15 mg), is it safe to take with the nortriptyline? ## Hello, Jamie! How are you? No, these two aren't safe to take together, it could cause a life threatening reaction. Nortriptyline is classified by the FDA as a TCA and its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache and weight gain. If some of your weight gain is due to the Nortriptyline, then you likely aren't going to lose any, as long as you are still on it. Have you tried any other antidepressants? Some don't cause weight gain, so you may do better with a different one. ## Can you ... ...

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Nortriptyline and Cigarette use

I am on Nortriptyline 75 mg. My psychiatrist ordered it yesterday. She said it would help with my nicotine cravings as I want to cut back, not quit. My question is, can Nortriptyline be helpful in quitting smoking? ## It really depends on why you smoke. Some antidepressants have been shown to be helpful with smoking cessation, but they don't always work for everyone. Have you tried taking it yet, to see if it helps you? The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, mood changes, and weight changes. Are you on any other medications? How much do you smoke each day? ...

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Amitriptyline VS Nortriptyline

Hi everyone, I'm interested in amitriptyline and/or nortriptyline. I have been taking amitriptyline 100mg at night. As usual my dose was increased over time. The only side effect I had difficulty with is that grogginess in the morning which I don't like. I'm most interested in no grogginess. I was told that it shall pass as my body adjusts. I found a different drug called nortriptyline accidentally while looking for insurance. They consider amitriptyline to be a tier 4 as to nortriptyline a tier 2, that's a huge difference in price for me, so I looked it up and they seem to be basically the same medicine but I noticed that in the comments area the grogginess was not so much a problem as to the other medicine...so if anyone can help me out with feedback that would be grea... ...

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Nortriptyline for migraines, insomnia...

I just started 25mg nortriptyline for migraine prevention. I was previously on amitriptyline for them and it worked so well, but I was a zombie, couldn't wake up in the morning and had gained 10 pounds. I was always hungry and never felt full. I am hoping that the noritriptyline will have less side effects (at least that's what my doctor tells me). Day 2 of not sleeping. I take the pill before bed and that must be the problem. Does anyone take it in the morning? I'm a little worried that taking it in the morning will still keep me up that night. Also, is 25mg a little high for a starting dosage? ## Hello, JaneCat! How are you? As to your starting dosage, you're not actually starting, you're just switching from one to the other, so you'd not start it at the same d... ...

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Nortriptyline and difficulty swallowing

I have been taking 10mg of nortriptyline at night for migraine prevention for approximately 7 weeks. Shortly after starting this medication I began to have difficulty swallowing. After I eat I feel as though I have food stuck in my throat. Even the tiny, tiny nortriptyline pill taken with a glass of water sometimes feels stuck. Is difficulty swallowing a common side effect or should I be concerned? ## Hello, Sd26! How are you doing? I'm very sorry about the problem that you're having. It sounds like you might be experiencing some acid reflux, many medications can cause it. Have you had this checked out by your doctor, yet? You may need to switch to a different medication, or take something that will help prevent the excess acid. Nortriptyline is classified by the FDA as being a ... ...

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Can I combine nortriptyline and amitriptyline?

Hi, I was on amitriptyline 20 mg before sleep time and venlafaxine 150 mg in the morning. Because of side effects my doctor prescribed me nortriptyline 25 mg in the evening and 25 mg in the morning. I was sleeping better when I was on amitriptyline. Would it be a good idea to take amitriptyline before sleep time and nortriptyline early in the morning. Are there anybody who has sleep issues on nortriptyline? Thanks in advance. ## Hello, Peter! How are you? How long have you been on the Nortriptyline, now? Most of these medications can cause sleep disruptions, but it usually improves after about 4 to 6 weeks, once your bodies adjust to the drug. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and weight changes. ...

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