Tripox tablet: Uses, Side effects, Dosage

Manufacturer: Triton

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Trade name: Tripox

Strength: Amitriptyline 12.5 mg, Chlordiazepoxide 5 mg

Type: Tablet

Active ingredient: Amitriptyline + chlordiazepoxide

Category: Amitriptyline belongs to group of drugs called tricyclic antidepressants. Chlordiazepoxide belongs to group of drugs called called benzodiazepines.

Pregnancy category: Amitriptyline belongs to Australia therapeutic goods administration (TGA) pregnancy category: C And US FDA pregnancy category C. Chlordiazepoxide belongs to US FDA pregnancy category D.

Uses: Tripox tablet is used to treat depression and anxiety.

How to use: Take Tripox tablet orally preferably with food to avoid stomach upset. To reduce the side effects of this medication start with low doses. You need to use it for one month to get the desired result. To avoid withdrawal symptoms reduce your dose gradually.

Side Effects: Dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, nausea and vomiting, epigastric distress, blurred vision, constipation, bloating, trouble urinating, weight gain, skin rash, urticaria, euphoria, apprehension, poor concentration

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Dosage: Amitriptyline 10 mg, Chlordiazepoxide 25 mg: 3 to 4 tablets daily in divided doses. If high doses are not tolerable then use Amitriptyline 5 mg, Chlordiazepoxide 12.5 mg 3 to 4 tablets daily in divided doses.

Written by: : www.healthplus24.com team

Date last updated: January 26th, 2016