Amitril 10mg Tablet
Amitril 10 MG Description
Amitril Tablet is classified as a tricyclic antidepressant. Different dosages of this medication assist in treating and preventing a wide range of ailments, including neuropathic pain, depression, an
migraines. The physician will determine the dosage and duration you should take so that the patient may get the proper amount to manage your problems. The starting dose should be gradually increased under strict supervision. The most common adverse effects are nausea, sweating, constipation, dry mouth, drowsiness, dizziness, tremor, headache, accommodation disorder, speech disorder, palpitations, elevated heart rate, nasal congestion, and orthostatic hypotension. It can also render you confused or aggressive, and in some instances, this may cause weight gain. This medication is not habit-forming. The majority of the usual side effects are minor. If side effects concern you and do not go away, the physician may be likely to advise strategies to prevent or reduce them. Serious adverse effects are uncommon with this medication.
|You Save||₹3.70 (15% on MRP)|
|Uses||Depression, Migraine, Neuropathic pain|
|Side effects||Accommodation disorder, Aggressive behaviour, Difficulty in concentration, Dryness in the mouth, Increased pulse rate, Orthostatic hypotension (a decline in blood pressure on standing), Speech disorder|
Uses of Amitril 10 MG
- Neuropathic pain
Contraindications of Amitril 10 MG
- Heart Attack
- Heart Disease
- Heart Failure
- Liver Disease
- Kidney Cancer
Side effects of Amitril 10 MG
- Accommodation disorder
- Aggressive behaviour
- Difficulty in concentration
- Dryness in the mouth
- Increased pulse rate
- Orthostatic hypotension (a decline in blood pressure on standing)
- Speech disorder
Precautions and Warnings of Amitril 10 MG
Other General Warnings
- You should monitor your weight while consuming an Amitril Tablet since this medication can increase your weight.
Mode of Action of Amitril 10 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Amitril 10 MG
- Follow your doctor's instructions on the dosage and duration of this medication.
- Take it all in at once. It should not be chewed, crushed, or broken.
- Amitril Tablet is usually taken before sleep time since they can cause you to be sleep deprived.
- It is possible to take it without or with food.
Interactions of Amitril 10 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Amitril Tablets should not be taken with some selective serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors such as Cymbalta. Combining these medications can raise the chance of serotonin syndrome. This includes symptoms such as fever, muscle spasms, blurred vision, etc....
- Amitril tablets should not be taken with some anticonvulsants such as Topiramate. Combining these medications may induce a rise in body temperature and a reduction in sweating.
- Amitril tablets should not be taken with some anti-depressants such as Zoloft. By combining these drugs, the concentration of Amitril Tablets may be increased.
- Amitril tablets should not be taken with some antihistamines such as cetirizine. Combining these medications may raise the chance of adverse effects such as difficulty concentrating, drowsiness, and dizziness....
- Amitril tablets should not be taken with some hormonal medications such as Synthroid. Combining these medications may alter the effects of both medications.
Interactions with food items
- You should not take grapefruit while using an Amitril Tablet. Grapefruit juice works by inhibiting intestinal CYP3A4, allowing more of the medicine to enter the bloodstream and persist in the body for longer....
Storage and disposal of Amitril 10 MG
Dosage of Amitril 10 MG
Missed a Dose
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: How long do I need to use the Amitril tablet? Can I stop this medication when I feel better?
Q: How long does it take Amitril Tablet to start working?
Q: What is the duration of this medicine's effects?
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