Withdrawal symptoms effect of Amitriptyline

We have 293 consumer reports for Amitriptyline. Withdrawal symptoms effect occurred in 3%.

Patients statistics on Withdrawal symptoms side effect for Amitriptyline

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Average weight in Lbs
151.57
178.57

Average height in Ft
5′ 7″
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Average age
48
40

Amitriptyline Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 293 reported about Withdrawal symptoms

  1. Alicia D. McKechnie says:
    4.5 rating

    Amitriptyline for A headache

    I now take almost 1.5 years these tablets had absolutely no side effects. But now when I wake up in the morning I’m sweaty wet. But also have very high psychological stress. My body also stores tons of water. I also have two heart defects so I can not rule out that the sweats can come from the heart. Now have a medical marathon in front of me to check everything exactly where that comes from water. Actually, I am satisfied with amitriptyline and had no side effects. I took oxycodone as well and morphine that was a hell of a tripple. Then I made a withdrawal from all the garbage. That was once through hell and back. But since then I am much better.

  2. 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.

  3. Arthur I. Clukey says:
    4.5 rating

    Amitriptyline for Depression

    I took 100mg amitriptyline for 6 weeks. Until the end it has shown no heap-like side effects no positive effect, which is why I then stopped taking, after consultation with my doctor. I thought putting down would be easy and quick, but I was totally wrong. The farther I went with the dose, the worse it got. When I was finished, when at 25mg, and then stopped, hell started. I felt bad for 24 hours a day without any end, felt as if I had a high fever, trembled all over, was next to me the whole time, as on drugs. My head felt like it was exploring at any moment. First I was cold, then hot again and always taking turns. At night I could not sleep at all, and if I needed at least 3 hours to sleep. Then I had the most terrifying dreams that often dragged me out of my sleep. I got panic, ran through the apartment at night / morning. I no longer had control over my body. When I finally fell asleep, it was more a mixture of being awake and dreaming. I saw things that were not there. Black figures running through my room. I often felt like I was dying. Often I wish it too. I would recommend to people with sensitive body and consciousness, by no means amitriptyline. I was told that the withdrawal would take at least 3 weeks. I am now in the 2. Although it is getting better, but every time my body tries to convince me to take Amutriptyline ……

    Side effects: Withdrawal symptoms
  4. Rosa J. Sutton says:
    4.0 rating

    Amitriptyline for Arthrosis; Pain (acute); Depression

    Because of my severe pain, I take Oxicodon 20 mg daily and then Oxicodone 20 mg every morning and evening. In the beginning I was thrilled because my pain was almost gone. I did not know that for years. After 1 year I had to increase to 40mg daily, as the pain came back. I know that without this medication, I could not stand my pain anymore, but meanwhile I have to struggle with the side effects. In addition to heavy constipation, tiredness, irritability, stomach problems and very strong sweats, I can concentrate very badly. Most of all, I struggle with strong withdrawal symptoms if I do not take Oxicodon punctually.

  5. Nancy D. Ford says:
    4.0 rating

    Amitriptyline for A headache

    Problems while taking the drug: 1. always: extreme dry mouth (without fluid intake, the speech was not possible in places, especially at the beginning of treatment with amitriptyline), 2. always: extreme fatigue, 3. mostly: low blood pressure, 4. sometimes: Dizziness When weaning extreme difficulties: 1. always: dizziness 2. always: nausea 3. always: groggy 4. always: loss of appetite and light weight loss (about 3 KG in a week), 5. always: weakness, dejection, fatigue 6. Always: Extreme (!) Suicidal Thoughts 7. Always: Increased headache (I am 100% sure that the symptoms described above are related to discontinuing the medication.) I am at the beginning of the medication after two weeks out of desperation, relapsing into my original dosage, within a few hours the symptoms were completely gone g) as if they had never been there.) Note: The amount of amitriptyline I took was comparatively very low (50 mg)!