Depsol (Imipramine Hydrochloride) is classified as a TCA (tricyclic antidepressant) and it belongs to the dibenzazepine compound group. Its pharmacologic effects are due to its affects on the nerve endings. By inhibiting the uptake of norepinephrine, it may help to trigger an increase in the concentrations of neurotransmitters in the brain. Experts have theorized that this can boost and enhance the mood of patients who are depressed as a result of major depressive disorder or other related illnesses. Physicians have also used it to treat patients for panic disorder or enuresis.
- Libido changes
- Feeling mildly sick
- Skin photosensitivity
- Inflammation of the breasts
Attend the emergency room or consult your physician straight away if you notice spasms, shaking which you are unable to control, difficulty walking properly, seizures, pain which is noticeable when urinating or any other serious reactions that have not been referenced here.
Patients who have recently suffered from a heart attack may be directed by their physician not to take this medic