Nausea effect of Amitriptyline

We have 293 consumer reports for Amitriptyline. Nausea effect occurred in 6%.

Patients statistics on Nausea side effect for Amitriptyline

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
146.83
169.76

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 11″

Average age
44
35

Amitriptyline Circle Diagram 17 consumers of 293 reported about Nausea

  1. Valerie S. Scott says:
    5.0 rating

    Amitriptyline for A headache; Depression

    I took the amitriptyline for about 1 month. I switched from sertraline to amitriptyline. I am very tired at 50 mg and not really awake, in the morning I should take then 25 mg = 75 mg / day. If you already drive weakness has, it is difficult to get fit and become and stay. Now we try in the evening 50 mg amitriptyline retard and in the morning 50 mg sertraline. Sertraline is more drive-promoting. Promethazine I should take only when needed, but this is not necessary because I am sleeping very well from the amitriptyline. The promethazine has left in the effect and should have been steadily increased in order not to lose the effect , So I feel that. Unfortunately, I have increased from the meds and do not dare to drive a car anymore. Since the amitriptyline still does not help as it should, now the sustained release of it has been prescribed, which slows the release of the drug to the body. But about it I do not really notice anything and will definitely get another medication soon and can almost open a pharmacy and if that helps, the constant change of medis is also not good for the body. Concomitant symptoms of the drug amitriptyline: hearing voices, fatigue / impotence, weight gain, furry taste in the mouth, not driving with the car, pain, nausea, vomiting, digestive problems 24.11.09: that does not stop with the vomiting and diarrhea, headaches are not synonymous away.I probably can not tolerate amytriptilin. Let’s see what the Institute Outpatient Center is doing now. I’ll probably get another drug, duloxetine or again sertraline with promethazine and back to the neurologist for the headache. The question I’m asking now is the transition from amytriptiline to duloxetine if that’s so easy? Will also let my liver values check. Come before me, like a guinea pig. 2.12.09: From tomorrow I start with the Cymbalta (active substance duloxetine) 30 mg in the morning, instead of sertraline and amytriptiline. Promethazine for the night.

  2. Donna R. Herman says:
    2.0 rating

    Amitriptyline for Fibromyalgia; Depression

    I got amitriptyline for my depressive episode and pain therapy at the same time. In small doses, this antidepressant should relieve my pain symptoms and at the same time bring in its mood-enhancing effect. After a short time, I noticed improvement. My pain was getting better, but still very strong. But my mood improved. I was not so aggressive anymore, not so sad anymore, not so self-pitying anymore and sometimes even feeling like going outside after weeks and months of hiding in the house … But the side effects were already extreme. Although in the leaflet weight gain was indicated as an adverse reaction, I continued to decline. I no longer had an appetite, often vomited and had constipation problems. Fatigue and exhaustion were the order of the day. Sometimes I could sleep through 10 hours at a stretch, but not at night! In general, I would recommend the drug but! I only used it because I got a drug that was better tolerated and had fewer side effects

  3. Alice B. Davis says:
    3.5 rating

    For almost 8 years I have had severe stomach pains and nausea almost daily (especially in the morning). Now I take this medication for 2 months and it has improved a lot. I’ll take it even longer, but I’m surprised it (unlike all other things) has already made an improvement. I think I tolerate it well, although from time to time dizziness occurs, my nose is often clogged and I have gained some weight (which may also be because I finally enjoy the food again).

  4. Marian V. Shelton says:
    4.0 rating

    Amitriptyline for A headache

    Heavier headache than before, extreme rash, nausea, dizziness, insomnia, irritability. I have noticed the side effects of the drug, in itself it did not work. Had to stop the intake after a good 3 weeks, because the side effects got worse and worse.

  5. 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.

  6. Judith R. Clark says:
    4.0 rating

    Amitriptyline for Heart rhythm disturbances; Depression

    tingling and numbness in the left side, shortness of breath, lumps in the throat, cold sweats with the least strain, funny taste in the mouth (like vomited about), nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, insomnia, heart pain, tachycardia, nightmares, tremors, malaise, hot flashes, …

  7. Andrea T. Mosley says:
    4.0 rating

    Amitriptyline for Pain (chronic)

    confused, unfocused, unbelievable nausea with dizziness, trembling, dejected, completely out of the lot. Relatively good pain relief, but under these side effects no quality of life. Immediately discontinued without consultation with the doctor.