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What is amitriptalen taken for?

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Inactive 1 Feb 2011

Amitriptyline is used to treat symptoms of depression.

Cick on the link below to read more about this medication:

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LaurieShay 1 Feb 2011

Yep as Maso said it is an antidepressant that effects the brain chemicals serotonin and norepinephrine. It is also used to treat some types of nerve pain as well as panic disorder and eating disorder. Hope this helps,


caringsonbj 1 Feb 2011

MASO is so right, it is one of the older ones but if you look at the link he gave below you will find the various effects this medication has, with very best wishes,

Plain Jane 1 Feb 2011

Amitriptyline is a drug approved for the treatment of depression. However, like other types of anti-depressants, it’s also commonly used as an off-label treatment for insomnia. Off-label drugs are not FDA approved for alternative uses, but because of relative effectiveness medications like amitriptyline gain new uses in popular medicine.

Besides its alternative use as sleep aid, amitriptyline is also used to treat pain associated with a wide array of medical conditions. free discount card

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