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No: Many people take much higher doses of Amitriptyline on a daily basis. The highest daily dose i've ever prescribed is 300 mg. Nevertheless, please be careful to take your medication as your doctor prescribes it. You may notice some unpleasant effects resulting from taking too much, like increased constipation, dry mouth, blurry vision, difficulty urinating and sedation. These should all pass. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I have been taking amitriptyline for almost a year now to help withproblem until recently, could it be the amitriptyline?
Dont understand: dont understand the question, but if you are suggesting that it used to work and now it doesnt, the best thing to do is discuss other treatment options or increase in dose with your physician. ...Read more
Depends: Amitriptyline may alter the drug levels of other medications that you are taking. This can be dangerous if levels are too high or lead to problems if levels are too low. One way to find out is to use a drug interaction calculator like the one on http://www.Drugs.Com/drug_interactions.Html. ...Read more
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