Endep is a brand of tablets containing the active ingredient amitriptyline. It is only available with a doctor’s prescription.
Endep is used to treat depression. Endep belongs to a group of medicines called tricyclic antidepressants. It works by increasing the amount of certain chemicals in the brain that are involved in controlling mood. It may take a few weeks of treatment before you feel that your symptoms of depression have improved.
Endep can also be used to treat bed-wetting that is not caused by a physical problem like a bladder problem. Most children show an improvement in the first few days of starting treatment.
Endep tablets are to be swallowed whole with a glass of water. It doesn’t matter whether you take them with food or not.
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Information for medicine and pack size: Endep 25 mg film-coated tablet, 50
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