When used for depression, Elavil (Amitriptyline) causes more side effects and has a higher risk of overdose than other antidepressants. It's usually used when. This eMedTV page discusses possible overdose symptoms and treatment options, and also explains what to do if you have taken too much amitriptyline. Do not take Endep if you are allergic to medicines containing amitriptyline Combining Endep with cisapride may cause serious side effects such as an abnormal heart rhythm An accidental overdose is especially dangerous in children.
Back to TopSymptoms. Airways and lungs. Slowed, labored breathing. Bladder and kidneys. Inability to urinate. Urinary hesitancy. Eyes, ears, nose, and throat. Blurred vision. Dry mouth. Heart and blood. Low blood pressure. Irregular heart rate.
Nervous system. Agitation. Coma (sudden onset) Stomach and intestines. Asymptomatic patients are unlikely to develop symptoms if the time of during the prehospital assessment of a patient with TCA overdose.