Triptyline Side Effects

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Triptyline Side Effects
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patient takes two Triptyline per night together with Phenytoin sodium 100mg x 3- patient is hallucinating ## Has their doctor specifically prescribed them all to be taken at once like this? If they are suffering from hallucinations, it could be due to having to much of one, or both of these medications, at once and the dosages may need to be split up, so they are taken throughout the day. Has their doctor been consulted? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Phenytoin.
Wed, Feb 22 '12, 3:37 PM
triptyline 25mg
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Can I stop Triptyline immediately and if what is side effects? ## 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." You can read more about this medication at: You can also read more about this class of drugs at: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Amitriptyline.
Wed, May 19 '10, 2:59 PM
triptyline while trying to concieve
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I would like to know will it be a good thing to drink triptyline pills while trying to conceive?and if I am pregnant without knowing will it be bad for the baby ## Hello, Chintel! How are you? While trying to conceive, it should be fine, if your doctor approves. However, once you conceive, you will most likely need to switch to a different medication, because the FDA puts this medication in pregnancy category C, since they cannot rule out possible risks. Thus, it's likely just easier and safer to speak to your doctor and switch, now. It would save some hassles down the line. The FDA lists the typical side effects for this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and weight changes. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Wed, Dec 23 '15, 7:12 PM
what is triptyline and whats the dosage
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my mother in law uses this to sleep and takes 2 at night. Is the dosage corect? ## This contains the active ingredient Amitriptyline, it is a tricyclic antidepressant. I really can't tell you if her dosage is safe or not, since you did not specify the dosage of the ones she is taking. It is available in doses ranging from 10mgs up to 100mgs. Has her doctor instructed her to take 2 of them? It can cause side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, weight gain and headache. Read more: ...
Updated 6 years ago in Amitriptyline.
Tue, Nov 09 '10, 4:45 PM
triptyline 10mg for occipital neuralgia
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How long does the medication take to actually help pain as doctors suspect I suffer with never problems from the top of the spine to the scalp. Tonight will be my second dose of just 1 x 10mg tablet and after two weeks ill take two every night. ## Hello, Bammie! How are you doing? I'm sorry about the pain that you're suffering. This contains the active ingredient Amitriptyline, which is a tricyclic antidepressant and these medications usually take about 4 to 6 weeks to reach their full level of efficacy in your body. Learn more Amitriptyline details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and weight changes. Are there any other questions or concerns? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Amitriptyline.
Fri, Nov 29 '13, 2:41 PM

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