Tryptomer 25mg Tablets 15'S
Tryptomer 25 MG Description
Tryptomer 25mg tablet contains Amitriptyline, which belongs to the tricyclic antidepressant. Tricyclic antidepressants are used to treat depression and several other disorders, such as obsessive-comp
lsive disorder and nighttime bedwetting. This medicine is used to treat depression in adults, neuropathic pain in adults, chronic tension-type headache prophylaxis, migraine prophylaxis, and night bed wetting in children aged six years and up. Depression is a mood illness characterised by a persistent sense of sadness and loss of interest in daily activities. Neuropathic pain is a type of persistent pain caused by nerve damage. Chronic, progressive nerve illness is the most common cause. An injury or an infection might cause it. Amitriptyline works by inhibiting the molecules that cause depression, therefore alleviating depressive symptoms. Take Tryptomer 25mg Tab as prescribed by your physician. Do not abruptly stop taking Tryptomer as it may worsen your symptoms and lead to treatment failure. Some of the side effects of Tryptomer 25mg Tab may be nausea, constipation, stomach disturbances or headache.
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|Uses||Neuropathic pain, chronic tension-type headaches, adult migraine prophylaxis|
|Side effects||Drowsiness or dizziness, sleepiness, shakiness, headache, confusion|
Uses of Tryptomer 25 MG
- Tab. Tryptomer 25 mg is used in:
- Adults with neuropathic pain
- Chronic tension-type headaches
- Migraine prophylaxis in adults
- Bed-wetting in children aged six or more
Contraindications of Tryptomer 25 MG
- Hypersensitivity to one or more of the components in Tryptomer Tablet 25mg such as Amitriptyline
- Severe liver impairment
- Severe kidney impairment
Side effects of Tryptomer 25 MG
- Urinary incontinence
Precautions and Warnings of Tryptomer 25 MG
Other General Warnings
- You are pregnant, planning to get pregnant or nursing before taking Tryptomer 25mg Tab.
- You have a liver or kidney illness, before taking Tryptomer 25mg Tab.
- Amitriptyline, the active medicine component of Tab. Tryptomer 25mg can cause suicidal thoughts. It is essential to balance out the benefits and the risk involved.
Mode of Action of Tryptomer 25 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Tryptomer 25 MG
- Tryptomer 25mg Tablet is usually given before going to bed as it helps you sleep.
- Your doctor will decide on the dose and how often you should take it to get the proper amount to manage your symptoms.
- Only with extreme caution and strict monitoring the initial dose should be raised.
- It's possible that this treatment won't work right away, and you'll have to wait a few weeks to feel its full benefits.
- Take Tab Tryptomer 25mg precisely as directed by your doctor.
- Take Tryptomer 25mg Tab at the same time each day.
- It should be taken with water and consumed completely.
- Do not break or chew the tablet before consumption.
Interactions of Tryptomer 25 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Pain relievers like tramadol, acetaminophen
- Antidepressants like bupropion, fluoxetine, sertraline
- Antihistamines like diphenhydramine, cetirizine
- Sedatives like zolpidem
- Muscle relaxants like cyclobenzaprine
- Anticonvulsants like alprazolam
Interactions with food items
- Avoid alcohol while taking Tab. Tryptomer 25 mg, since it may aggravate the sedative effects.
Storage and disposal of Tryptomer 25 MG
Dosage of Tryptomer 25 MG
Missed a Dose
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Can Tab. Tryptomer 25mg affect my sex life?
Q: What other lifestyle changes should I make to get the maximum benefit of Tryptomer 25mg Tablet?
Q: Is there anything I should be aware of when using Tryptomer 25mg Tablet as part of my treatment?
- Tryptomer 25mg Tab
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