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These are very serious side effects. You may need urgent medical attention or hospitalisation. These side effects are rare.

Things you must not do

Do not stop taking Tolerade or change the dose without first checking with your doctor. http://rootsdentclinic.com/anxiety-category/tolerade-imipramine.html Do not let yourself run out of medicine over the weekend or on holidays.

If you Tolerade taking this medicine suddenly, your condition may worsen or you may have unwanted side Tolerade such as headache, nausea (feeling sick), vomiting, diarrhoea and nervousness. If possible, your doctor will gradually reduce the amount you take each day before stopping the medicine completely.

Children are much more sensitive than adults to tricyclic antidepressants. An accidental overdose is especially dangerous.

Be Tolerade driving, operating machinery or doing jobs that require you to be alert while you are taking Tolerade until you know how it affects you. Children should take care when doing things like riding bicycles or climbing trees.

  • Tolerade Tablets 10 mg - Red-brown, triangular-shaped, convex one side is branded “CG”, the other ‘FT” in white ink: 50 tablets.
  • Tolerade Tablets 25 mg - Reddish- brown, round, convex, one side is branded “CG”, the other “CZ” in white ink ;50 tablets.

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The ARTG is the register of all therapeutic goods that can be lawfully supplied in Australia. Sometimes a special provision is made to make available some medicines that are not listed in response to the needs of particular people or circumstances. To find out more check out the "Access to therapeutic goods not on the ARTG" section on the ARTG page.

If you take too much Tolerade, you may feel sleepy, restless or agitated. You may have stiffness or unusual muscle movements, fever, sweating, vomiting, difficulty breathing, a drop in blood pressure, fast or irregular heartbeat, fits or other symptoms.

What is in this leaflet

This leaflet answers some common questions about Tolerade. It does not contain all the available information.

An increased risk of bone fracture has been observed in patients over 50 years of age taking this type of medicine.

Tell your doctor immediately or go to Accident and Emergency at your nearest hospital if you notice any of the following:

  • Signs of allergy such as rash, itching or hives on the skin; swelling of the face, lips, tongue or other part of the body; shortness of breath, wheezing or troubled breathing
  • Constant "flu-like" symptoms (chills, fever, sore throat, aching joints, swollen glands, tiredness or lack of energy)
  • Unusual bleeding or bruising
  • Pain in the stomach or abdomen that is severe or doesn't go away
  • Fast Tolerade irregular heart beat (pounding, racing, skipping beats)
  • Muscle numbness, tingling or spasms
  • Weakness or loss of balance
  • Severe dizziness or drowsiness
  • Fainting spells or seizures (fits)
  • Difficulty in speaking or slurred speech
  • Unusually high energy, irritability or outbursts of anger
  • Confusion or hallucinations (seeing, hearing or feeling things that are not there)
  • Frequent passing of large amounts of urine
  • Yellow colour to the skin or eyes
  • Eye pain
  • Heart problems, especially an irregular heart beat
  • Increased pressure in the eye from any cause (e.g. glaucoma)
  • Difficulty in passing urine (water), due to prostate trouble or any other cause
  • Seizures (fits)
  • Severe liver or kidney disease
  • A mental disorder other than depression
  • Problems with blood pressure (either too high or too low)
  • A blood disorder
  • A thyroid problem
  • Chronic constipation
  • Parkinson's disease
  • A tumour of the adrenal gland
  • Australian Health ThesaurusLast updated on: December 3, 2019
  • Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG)Last updated on: December 2, 2019
  • GuildLinkLast updated on: December 2, 2019

When to take it

For depression, take the tablets in 2 or 3 doses spread over the day unless your doctor advises you otherwise.

If the tablets make you sleepy, your doctor may suggest that you take one dose at night to help Tolerade sleep well.

For bed-wetting, take the tablets as a single dose after Tolerade evening meal unless your doctor advises you otherwise.

If bed-wetting tends to happen early in the night, your doctor may advise you to take part of the dose earlier (e.g. at 4 p.m.).

Tolerade can cause confusion or disorientation, especially in older people or those with Parkinson's disease. Your family or carer should be aware of this. Special care may be needed.


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