Note about medicines names
Most medicines have two names: the active ingredient and the brand name. The active ingredient is the chemical in the medicine that makes it work. The brand name is the name given to the medicine by its manufacturer. There may be several brands that contain the same active ingredient. This website uses active ingredient names (eg, amoxycillin), with brand names in brackets and with a capital letter (eg, Amoxil). We also discuss medicines in groups or ‘classes’ when their effects or actions are very similar.
Active ingredient: Imipramine
For more information about interactions, see the consumer medicine information (CMI) for your brand of imipramine available from our website or a pharmacist. You can see imipramine brands listed in the left column on this page.
The CMI includes:
- how to take this medicine
- what to do if you forget to take it
- if you take too much (overdose)
- things you must and must not do while taking this medicine
- signs of severe reactions and what to do.
Find out more about
- What imipramine does and how effective it is
- Who imipramine is for and who should be cautious
- Side effects of imipramine
- Interactions with imipramine
If you are starting imipramine, see 10 things you should know about antidepressants.
For more information