Just wondering if anyone knew how safe it would be to take tramadol 150mg which I'm tapering down slowly hopefully to nothing in the next few weeks, is it safe to take amitriptyline (TCA) to help combat depression or do you need to be right off tramadol or a lower dose?
I take amitriptyline too. Its great for sleeping with pain. But have to becareful with other meds. I had to stop taking it when tried citalopram and stuff like that. We aren't drs so best to call yours or ask pharmacist at cvs.
I was prescribe amitriptyline with topamax for migraines but I give tramadol by a different doctor in Thailand, so after I stop taking amitriptyline when I researched on the web that there was an interaction. So just wondered if anyone had experienced or knew of this interaction
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