Long term and short term side effects of Trimipramine

While you are using Trimipramine, you can experience both long term and short term side effects. Short term side effects last for a short period of time and disappear as you get used to the medicine. Long term side effects continue to persist for a prolonged period and keep bothering you. These side effects need immediate medical help. Let us have a look at both types of side effects

Major side effects of Trimipramine

  • agitation
  • tarry, black stools
  • blurred vision
  • chest discomfort or pain
  • cold sweats
  • convulsions
  • pale, cool skin
  • hoarseness or cough
  • confusion about time, identity or place
  • bruising or bleeding
  • dark urine
  • depression
  • decreased urine volume
  • decreased urination frequency
  • speech problems
  • dry mouth
  • double vision
  • false beliefs
  • dry or flushed skin
  • hostility
  • hearing loss
  • headache
  • hyperventilation
  • increased thirst
  • increased urination
  • irritability
  • lethargy
  • rash or itching
  • appetite loss
  • side or lower back pain
  • mental or mood changes
  • nightmares
  • nausea
  • painful/difficult urination
  • passing urine more frequently
  • fast weight gain
  • slow speech
  • restlessness
  • sore throat
  • shuffling walk
  • unsteady walk or shakiness
  • sweating
  • trouble sleeping
  • unusual behaviour
  • trembling, unsteadiness, awkwardness with muscle coordination or muscle control
  • sleeping problems
  • feeling, acting or talking with excitement
  • sudden unconsciousness
  • unusual weakness or tiredness
  • weigh loss or weight gain
  • yellow skin or eyes
  • uncontrolled movements of back, neck and face
  • trouble in holding or releasing urine
  • swollen glands

Minor side effects

Some minor or short term side effects of Trimipramine do not need medical attention. These side effects disappear once your body gets used to the medication. Your doctor can advice you on how to prevent or reduce these side effects. In case these side effects last for longer period or become troublesome, contact your health care provider immediately.

Occurrence not known

  • stomach or abdominal cramps
  • bloating
  • black tongue
  • enlarged or dilated pupils
  • diarrhoea
  • heartburn
  • welts or hives
  • hair thinning or hair loss
  • enlargement of breasts
  • inability to keep or have erection
  • peculiar taste
  • loss in sexual performance, drive or desire
  • increased skin sensitivity to sunlight
  • severe sunburn
  • unexpected flow of milk from breasts
  • swollen testicles
  • breast soreness or swollen breasts in both men and women
  • increased eye sensitivity to light
  • difficulty in bowel movement
  • decreased in intercourse(sexual)
  • discomfort or pain in throat, chest or upper stomach
  • discoloration or redness of skin
  • small purple or red spots on the skin
  • inflammation or swelling of mouth

In case you notice any of the side effects mentioned above, contact your doctor immediately as these side effects can be severe too. Proper medical treatment can help you reduce these side effects.

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