Amitriptyline for Neuralgia treatment

We have 293 consumer reports for treatment of Neuralgia with Amitriptyline. Neuralgia used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Neuralgia for Amitriptyline

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Male

Average weight in Lbs
148.81
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Average height in Ft
5′ 7″
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Average age
47
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Amitriptyline Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 293 reported about Neuralgia

  1. Traci I. Tackett says:
    3.5 rating

    Amitriptyline for Neuralgia

    Strong weight gain of almost 10kg. The same weight for years before use. After taking then constant increase..Medicine otherwise good in effect.

    Side effects: Increase in weight
  2. Vera J. Brennan says:
    3.0 rating

    Amitriptyline for Neuralgia; Pain (back)

    very forgetful, tired in the morning, gaining weight! These are the side effects of the two medications, but what are you doing to make the pain bearable? My feet burned so much that I seriously considered …. what should I do with my feet? Unfortunately, all medications containing amitriptyline are currently unavailable. I asked the companies and got the answer …… there is no drug to get, so we took the drug out completely. I still have some pills (get the Rectard), but I do not know how it goes without the tablets. Would be glad about experiences of you.

    Side effects: Increase in weight; Fatigue
  3. Clarice R. Robinson says:
    4.0 rating

    Amitriptyline for Neuralgia

    Lyrica, an antidepressant, I have taken about 2.5 years against the pain of neuralgia. In the adjustment phase I had dizziness, nausea and strong tiredness, which then passed after about 3 months. Then I had to constantly increase the dose because the effect was no longer sufficient. After 2 years and 3 months I had abruptly about 50% of the listed side effects, which were mentioned in the leaflet. The side effects that have burdened me the worst were the very strong aggressiveness (I’ve done quite a bit of insurgency because of vain reasons and therefore made several friendships almost broken) and the constant strong nosebleeds, sometimes I have a cup filling (capacity about 250 ml ) lost in a single nosebleed. And if you do that several times a day, it weakens a lot. The Lyrica then, especially because of the nose bleeding, discontinued from one day to the next, the first week did not happen, but the 2nd and 3rd week I had severe whole-body pain. So, when settle, then I recommend, then gradually and not abrupt. And then, for the purpose of Lyrica at Wikipedia, I came across the following: It says that pregabalin (the active ingredient of Lyrica) is harmful to the health and also has a CORROSIVE effect. Hello? Doctors prescribe that and it’s approved by the drug agency? Do they want to see us healthy or do they just want to profit? I think rather that the profit would like to make, because a 100er box per 100mg per capsule costs the health insurance each time 181,18 euro. I do not want to counter the drug, I just want to clear it up. (In the case of gabapentin, of which I took only 1 capsule, since this medication has been completely knocked out of my pimples for more than 24 hours, it behaves similarly to the harmful effect.) Regarding the tilidine and tramadol I can say that this Medicines work very well with me and are also very well tolerated, so with the two I have no side effects. To the drug amitryptillin, which is indeed an antidepressant, I have also been tentatively prescribed for the pain of neuralgia. However, I have taken only one tablet in total, then I got quite a hallucination shortly after taking. By the way, since then, I reject any antidepressants because the tricyclic antidepressants (which include the amitriptyline) have the same mechanism of action and thus can lead to the same side effects and I may not take MAO inhibitors due to my asthma medication.