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On prothiaden due to GERD along with domperidone, prothiaden. Have headache. How to cure?

I was on prothiaden due to GERD (with anxiety) 100 mg for 1 month along with Domperidone 20 mg ,2 month 50 mg prothiaden,1 month 25 mg prothiaden, 12.5 mg prothiaden for another 1 month, now I am taking 12.5 mg prothiaden alternate days....I am feeling balance problem and headache something.....Are these due to withdrawal and when will it will disappear ?
Asked On : Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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Prothiaden is an tricyclic antidepressant drug.
The contains Dosulepin formerly known as Dothiepin.
The withdrawal symptoms are insomnia, irritability and excessive sweating.
I think by balance problem you mean dizziness and headache can be due to withdrawal symptoms.
Answered: Tue, 21 May 2013
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