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What For Tryptomer 25mg Tablet Is Used
450 mg amitriptline: O/D. Over dose of this medication can be lethal. If you are having thoughts about killing yourself, get seen at the nearest emergency room now. Have a friend or relative drive you or call 911 for emergency services for transport. You can call the National suicide hotlines 24/7 at 1-800-suicide (1-800-784-2433) or 1-800-273 – talk (1-800-273-8255) for support. ...Read more
In some situations, I took tryptomer large amount (90 mg at a time -3 times in different days).Now I am feeling very slight discomfort at heart. Suggest?
Tryptomer: Amitriptyline (Tryptomer) can cause irregular heart rhythms. You should see your doctor immediately. ...Read more
I have been taking tryptomer 50mg for past 1 year however when I wake up I don't feel fresh I fell drowsy throughout the day and my stool is dark?
Drug side effects: This medication is known to frequently cause a "hangover"in the morning. If you haven't already, you can try cutting your dose to 25mg. This medication is also known to darken stools, it is a common side effect. May need to try another drug if lowering the dose doesn't help. ...Read more
Is it safe for a 23 yr girl to take tryptomer 10mg often? (took it for 1 month 2 yrs back) started taking again frm past 2 days as till 6 am no sleep.
Yes: Tryptomer (amitryptyline) is an older, "first generation, " antidepressant still widely prescribed for depression. 10 mg is a low dose but safe. It should be taken daily to be effective. That said, be sure to clarify directions and possible dose increase with your prescribing doctor. Generally need 10 days or more to feel effects. Take at bedtime to best help with sleep. I hope this helps. ...Read more
I have been taking tryptomer 50mg from past one year daily before sleep recently I have started to skip on weekend's &I drink alcohol is it ok?
I m confused about whether I m dreaming or thinking or making stories in my sleep I have insomnia I do take tryptomer 50mg daily for past 1 year?
Drug side effect: It's possible that the hypnotic effect of the amitriptyline could be causing you to have very vivid or odd dreams, but I guess the biggest question here is whether the medication helps you get a full night's of restful sleep? If so and the dreams aren't that disturbing then I wouldn't worry too much about it and continue with the medication if it works for you. ...Read more
I am chronically insomniac. I don't get sleep till 6 am. So I forced a doctor to give me sedative, she gave tryptomer 10mg, which was not effective den.
Difficulty falling: Asleep is often associated w/anxiety while waking up early and not returning to sleep is associated w/depression. Periodic waking is associated w/overall light sleep. Please see you doc who may order a sleep study. A psychologist can help w/stress management. Peace and good health. Try not to nap in daytime or limit it to a cat nap of 15 minutes. No electronics 1 hr prior to bed please. ...Read more
I have ibs. I am taking fludac and tryptomer as medication. Does fludac results in weight loss? How to reverse the sedative effect of tryptomer?
Fluidac is prozac, (fluoxetine) and tryptomer is elavil.
Both medications may provide some stabilization to ibs symptoms, mostly due to improved emotional control and limitation of stress-related exacerbations. Further control is achieved by simple avoidance of the foods which you have found to be offensive. Elavil should only be taken a night, since is has a mild sedative effect that lasts 8-10 hours. ...Read more
Citramin: Citramins contains all the essential minerals bound to citric acid, in a formula that includes copper and iron. Besides providing a well-absorbed chelate, citric acid has potential health benefits of its own. As an important kreb's cycle intermediate (also called the citric acid cycle and important for energy production), citric acid is essential for metabolism in all living organisms. ...Read more
Tablet?: Merional is not available in the U.S. but we have a similar medication here called Menopur. This is a powder that you mix with a small amount of sterile liquid to dissolve it and then you inject that subcutaneously (beneath the skin). It should not come in an oral form. Merional stimulates the ovaries to make more eggs for that cycle. ...Read more
Ketosteril: "Ketosteril is a an essential amino acid that normalizes metabolic process and promotes recycling product exchange. It is usually used for conditions related to chronic renal failure." Per: http://nurseslabs. Com/ketosteril/ ...Read more
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Xenorab-dsr from orchid contains rabeprazolebelow are some of the details of rabeprazole (generic)
rabeprazole is an antiulcer drug in the class of proton pump inhibitors. It was developed by eisai co. And is marketed by janssen-cilag as Rabeprazole Sodium under the brand names Aciphex in the us, pariet in japan and canada, & rablet in india. ...Read more
When eaten, methyl Cellulose is not absorbed by the intestines but passes through the digestive tract undisturbed. It attracts large amounts of water into the colon, producing a softer and bulkier stool. It is used to treat constipation, diverticulosis, hemorrhoids and irritable bowel syndrome. It should be taken with sufficient amounts of fluid to prevent dehydration.
Because it absorbs water an. ...Read more
I take half tablet of concor cor 2.5mg everyday I'm now in china and I only found concor 2.5 not concor cor is it the same?
They Concur: Same chemical, different doses. Next time bring enough with you. ...Read more
Are there known issues associated with long term use of human worming tablets? Has been used as a 'preventative measure' possibly 10+ years
More information: You will have to give more information, namely exactly what you have bee using for "preventative measure" to obtain a credible answer. ...Read more
Recently, news reported that medications in tablet form technically don't 'expire' on date & can be used yrs later with potency still at 90-95%. True?
Medications: Yes. In general. But, that answer cannot cover every single medication known or produced. ...Read more
An acid blocker: Famotidine is one of a class of drugs called h2 (histamine-2) receptor blockers--it dials down stomach acid production in a dose-dependent manner (e.g. More drug, less acid). First prescribed > 25 years ago, it is now available in lower dose as an over-the-counter acid remedy. ...Read more
Worm medicine: Levamisole was used to treat certain helminthic (worm) diseases in humans, but was pulled from the human medicine market because of serious side effects, and now is rarely used even in veterinary practice because of the same kinds of side effects - very low white counts, severe and serious infections and inflammatory/autoimmune disorders. It is being used to "cut" cocaine for unknown reasons. ...Read more