Drug interactions with amitriptyline oral and citalopram oral

amitriptyline oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

Amitid Oral, Elavil Oral, Emitrip Oral, Endep Oral, E-Vill 10 Oral, E-Vill 100 Oral, E-Vill 25 Oral, E-Vill 50 Oral, E-Vill 75 Oral, Kenvil Oral, Q.E.L Oral, Re-Live Oral, Sk-Amitriptyline Oral, Stabanil Oral, Vanatrip Oral

All generic drug interactions for amitriptyline oral (lists will include brand and generic names):

citalopram oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

Celexa Oral

All generic drug interactions for citalopram oral (lists will include brand and generic names):
Serious - Use AlternativePotential for serious interaction; regular monitoring by your doctor required or alternate medication may be needed

amitriptyline oral and citalopram oral

amitriptyline oral and citalopram oral both increase affecting serotonin levels in the blood. Too much serotonin is a potentially life-threatening situation. Severe signs and symptoms include high blood pressure and increased heart rate that lead to shock. Risk of serious adverse effects may increase including serotonin syndrome or neuroleptic malignant syndrome (a neurological disorder). Potential risk for QT prolongation (abnormal heart beats). ECG (cardiac) monitoring by your doctor is recommended.

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Serious - Use AlternativePossible serious or life-threatening interaction. Monitor closely. Use alternatives if available.

amitriptyline oral and citalopram oral

amitriptyline oral and citalopram oral both increase serotonin levels. Citalopram may increase TCA levels. Increased risk of serotonin syndrome or neuroleptic malignant syndrome. Potential risk for QT prolongation. ECG monitoring is recommended.

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Serious - Use AlternativePotential for serious interaction; regular monitoring by your doctor required or alternate medication may be needed

citalopram oral and amitriptyline oral

citalopram oral and amitriptyline oral both increase affecting serotonin levels in the blood. Too much serotonin is a potentially life-threatening situation. Severe signs and symptoms include high blood pressure and increased heart rate that lead to shock. Risk of serious adverse effects may increase including serotonin syndrome or neuroleptic malignant syndrome (a neurological disorder). Potential risk for QT prolongation (abnormal heart beats). ECG (cardiac) monitoring by your doctor is recommended.

Patient Drug Interactions Source: RxList
© 2014 RxList, Inc.
Serious - Use AlternativePossible serious or life-threatening interaction. Monitor closely. Use alternatives if available.

citalopram oral and amitriptyline oral

citalopram oral and amitriptyline oral both increase serotonin levels. Citalopram may increase TCA levels. Increased risk of serotonin syndrome or neuroleptic malignant syndrome. Potential risk for QT prolongation. ECG monitoring is recommended.

Clinical Drug Interactions Source: Medscape from WebMD
© 1994-2014 WebMD, LLC.

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Drug Interaction Categories

Contraindicated

Never use this combination of drugs because of high risk for dangerous interaction

Serious

Potential for serious interaction; regular monitoring by your doctor required or alternate medication may be needed

Significant

Potential for significant interaction (monitoring by your doctor is likely required)

Minor

Interaction is unlikely, minor, or nonsignificant

Disclaimer: The information contained herein should NOT be used as a substitute for the advice of an appropriately qualified and licensed physician or other health care provider. The information provided here is for informational purposes only. This tool may not cover all possible drug interactions. Please check with a physician if you have health questions or concerns. Although we attempt to provide accurate and up-to-date information, no guarantee is made to that effect.

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