Even doctors don’t like prescribing for bedwetting…

One of the drugs that doctors can (but don’t like to) prescribe for bedwetting is Amitriptyline. Don’t blame your M.D. for not wanting to give your child this drug. Take a look at the list of the side effects for this antidepressant below. If you still want to know more, click the picture.Amitriptyline-pic.10mg-tablets-on-a-white-background

Testicular swelling

Interference with sexual function

Elevation or lowering of blood sugar levels

Fatigue

Blurred vision

Suicidal behaviors

Rash

Urinary retention

Libido fluctuations

Disturbed concentration

Increased appetite

Weight gain

Drowsiness

Skin rashes

Sensitivity to sunlight

Breast enlargement

Heart problems

Ringing in ears

Bone marrow depression

Constipation

Lack of sleep

Dizziness

Fever

Nightmares

Abnormal milk discharge from the breast

Dry mouth

Headache

Confusional states

Palpitations

Itchy skin rash

Edema of face

Tongue

Weakness

Loss of appetite

Upset stomach

Diarrhea

MAYBE YOUR DOCTOR IS RIGHT.

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