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Chemical Name: Nortriptyline
Aventyl (Nortriptyline) belongs to a group of medications known as anti-depressants. It works as the active ingredients within the medication are able to affect certain chemicals in the brain, which have been known to affect your mood and can cause a chemical unbalance. Aventyl is often prescribed to help treat certain individuals who currently suffer from a form of depression. You should not use Aventyl if you are known to be allergic to any of the active ingredients used during manufactures, as this may cause a severe allergic reaction within your body. Aventyl may also be prescribed to you for other purposes that are not listed in this article; however your doctor will be able to provide you with further information. Aventyl is available in generic form only.
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Aventyl Side Effects:
Chest pains, numbness, tingling feeling, headaches, fast heartbeat, confusion, tremors, extreme thirst and also blurred vision are all serious side effects which have been associated with the use of Aventyl. It is important that if you encounter one of these side effects, which you report to your doctor as soon as it is possible. Other less serious side effect which have been reported include, weight changes, dry mouth, unpleasant tastes, increased sweating and also a mild skin rash.
There may be other medications which interfere with Aventyl, and it is important that you inform your doctor of any other medications that you currently take, this includes all over the counter drugs and all other prescription medications. It is highly advised that you do not consume any alcohol throughout the duration, you are to use Aventyl, if both the medication and the alcohol are combined this can lead to very dangerous side effects.
Aventyl (Nortriptyline) Capsules are contraindicated for each of the following: gypersensitivity to nortriptyline, recent myocardial infarction, any degree of heart block or other cardiac arrhythmias, severe liver disease, mania, and for the nursing mother and for children under the age of six years.
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