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Posted 5 Mar 2012 by Donovan#1 • 8 answers
I recently started Nortriptyline just 2 days ago. I was wondering how long it takes to start working. I took it about a month ago however the doctor stopped as he thought I was hypomanic (bipolar) - any ways I had 2 cups of Starbuchs before I saw him and was a bit wired. It seemed like the last ...
Posted 24 Aug 2012 by Jeanne13 • 9 answers
I just started taking this medication and am trying to plan a wedding and don't want to put on a lot of extra weight so I can fit in my dress.
Posted 9 Mar 2014 by jaw_milmn • 2 answers
My doctor prescribed Celexa for my severe anxiety and depression. I feel like I'm going crazy and the physical symtoms due to the anxiety are really bad! I am currently taking Nortriptyline 50mg and clonazapam 0.5 mg 3 times a day. It seems that for some reason they have quit working or are no ...
Posted 18 days ago by etgoodwin • 0 answers
And it is causing insomnia. I am anxious to keep taking the nortriptyline as I know it takes awhile for it to start having positive effects. Is there anyway to combat insomnia as it is making me fairly disfunctional.
Posted 16 Jun 2012 by davids2443 • 6 answers
I've had back surgery and have degenerative disease in my lower vertabrae. Surgery is probably going to happen again but in the interum my Docs have put me on Gabapentin 300mg and Nortriptyline 25mg 1 pill each at night. I am now suffering from intense headaches late in the afternoon & ...
Posted 1 Jul 2016 by Natalie2525 • 0 answers
I'm on my third day of nortriptyline 10mg at night for migraine with vertigo prevention. So far has made everything worse. Feel panicky after taking it at night- rapid heart rate, dry mouth (tolerable) and like I'm walking on a trampoline 24/7. Also can't sleep for hours after I ...
Posted 15 Jul 2016 by Trevor adams • 0 answers
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Posted 29 May 2016 by Tellita • 3 answers
... months. I am on 15 mg. My question is that my mornings are so slow & unmotivated. I'm also on nortriptyline 30 mg. Is anyone else on this combination of meds? I still feel unmotivated and feel no enthusiasm or joy
Posted 5 Jun 2016 by mlterwe • 1 answer
Posted 24 May 2016 by kwv10 • 1 answer
It's printed on the prescription bottle.
Posted 17 May 2016 by Suepal • 0 answers
I am going off this medication as it has not helped my vertigo and has made me feel high as a kite everyday.
Posted 20 Mar 2013 by thinkimgoingcrazy • 3 answers
Hi, I was just prescribed nortriptyline for anxiety & depression & have not taken it yet, just curious if this makes you extremely tired, most of the other meds I've been on do, if so does anyone have any suggestions other than caffiene to help with this because lately coffee seems to ...
Posted 16 Apr 2016 by retirehealthy • 1 answer
I have been taking nortryptiline for a little over a week. 25 mg a night. I also take Trazodone for sleep. My doctor said to take both at night. I feel increased anxiety during the days which is one of the reasons for taking the nortryptiline. I can take .5 mg Xanax 3 per day but it one dose only ...
Posted 14 Apr 2016 by Animosity 75 • 1 answer
Taking for depression. 75mg for depression. Two weeks in I feel like a clumsy clutz with memory problems. Is this normal?
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