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Tryptomer long time
I have been taking tryptomer 10mg to 50mg since long time 7 yrs approx. do i need to go for any blood test? is there any effect on any oragan like liver, kidney, heart
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You can go for an overall health check up and keep in touch with your Psychiatrist. This dose of Amitriptyline is relatively safe.
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U can do a routine blood test like RBS, LFT, RFT and an ECG. Usually there are no organ damage with these medications
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You have been prescribed low doses of Amitryn, hence relatively safe on most organs However do keep a check on your weight, BMI, regular BP and blood sugar monitoring, yearly lipid profile, LFT, RFT Incase you have heart problems do get an ECG as well
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It is advisable to undergo a regular ECG if you're taking Amitriptyline (medical name of Tryptomer). And it is always good to ensure you're getting your routine blood counts, kidney function tests and liver function tests every 1-2 years.
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Before starting tryptomer some tests might be recommended. If you are experiencing any side effects please consult a psychiatrist
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usually it is associated with weight gain
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No need.
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