Buy Elavil no prescription
Elavil is an antidepressant drug, acting mainly on the central nervous system.
Synonyms: Adepress, Adepril, Amiprin, Amitriptyline, Atryptal, Damilen, Daprimen, Elatral, Lentizol, Novotriptyn, Proheptadien, Redomex, Saroten, Sarotex, Teperin, Triptizol and others.
Elavil is applied for the following conditions: asthenia, depression, psychosis, schizophrenia, Alzheimer's disease, manic-depressive psychosis, and alcoholism. Elavil as a drug with a marked cholinolytic activity is contraindicated with glaucoma, hypertrophy of the prostate, bladder atony. Elavil should not be administered concurrently with an inhibitor of monoamine oxidases.
Elavil belongs to the group of antidepressants. The drug has some analgesic action of central genesis and anti-serotonin effect. It promotes the elimination of the night incontinence of urine and reduces the appetite. The medicine has a strong peripheral and central anti-cholinergic action. Indications to the drug application include depression, sleep disorders, psychoses and abstinence syndrome. Elavil should be taken inside without liquid, immediately after a meal. The maximum daily dose is 0.3. The drug is manufactured in the form of tablets that contain 0.001 of active substance. Elavil causes some side effects such as blurred vision, accommodation paralysis, mydriasis, tachycardia, drowsiness, fatigue, anxiety and other. The drug should not applied with hypersensitivity, alcoholism, bronchial asthma, epilepsy, heart insufficiency, and in old age. The drug receiving starts with the obligatory control of blood pressure. Side effects include decrease in blood pressure, tachycardia, arrhythmia, violation of intracardiac conductivity, breathing oppression, shortness of breath, heart failure and other.
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