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Aventyl Review – 4 Reasons To Consider

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

Reviewed by Rebecca Williams, MD, MA, MB, BChir

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Evidence Based | Nutrition Facts | Price | Bottom Line

Aventyl (also known as Nortriptyline or Pamelor) is marketed as an antidepressant. It can also be used to treat symptoms of chronic fatigue, migraine headaches, and various forms of chronic pain. The company behind this product is Eli & Lilly.

As we have stated above, this drug is known by several different names. During this review, however, we will focus on the one called Aventyl, a medication most often prescribed to treat depression.

We want to point out that this product will require a doctor’s permission to obtain as with all prescription drugs. This may eventually lead to a series of doctor’s visits that, for some individuals, may prove to be time consuming and expensive.

Nutrition Facts

1) Aventyl Nutrition Facts

Aventyl includes the following ingredients: Nortriptyline (as the hydrochloride) 10mg, 5-(3-methylaminopropylidene)-10, 11-dihydro-5H-dibenzo [a,d] cycloheptene hydrochloride, and Alcohol 4%.

2) Does Aventyl Work?

Aventyl is a drug classified as a tricyclic antidepressant. This drug affects chemicals in the brain to restore their balance and affect one’s overall mood.

We must point out that this drug is prescribed to treat various forms of depression, but it also has other medical uses.

We were unable to find during our research the required information in what concerns this product. The manufacturer does not provide a full list of ingredients. Any conclusive clinical studies do not support many of their claims.

Fortunately, it is unnecessary to use a prescription drug to enhance mood and balance the levels of the chemicals in the brain. Many individuals use natural supplements to obtain the same or similar results.

Chemical drugs are often associated with side effects, and Aventyl does not exception to this rule.

The most common side effects include chest pain, easy bruising or bleeding, uncontrollable shaking, urinating less than usual or not at all, light-headiness, constipation, nausea, skin rash, trouble concentrating, decreased sex drive, and anxious feelings.


3) Aventyl Price

Aventyl is quite expensive. The drug is available as 10 mg, 25 mg, 50 mg, and 75 mg tablets.

The price may vary depending on many factors: brand, producing company, or quantity (30, 60, 90, or 100 pills/bottle). It is also essential to know if your medical insurance covers the cost of Aventyl.

Each health plan has different requirements regarding the co-pay or deductible that may have to be paid for such medication forms. There may be programs that help to cover the cost for those that are without insurance.

Bottom Line

4) Our Bottom Line

Prescription drugs are often used as a last resort. Many individuals will first look to natural supplements or herbal remedies to treat the symptoms of various conditions and illnesses.

We always recommend looking for products that offer the latest in technological advancements. We also recommend supplements accompanied by some positive reviews and testimonials and, too important, by a free trial sample.

Of course, Aventyl will never provide such samples because of its nature. Still, the lack of information and relevant clinical studies is a bit disturbing.

For those interested in Aventyl, it is best to speak with your doctor since it is a prescription drug.

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