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I was taking amatrypdline and had to come off it for medical reasons. But I need an alternative to it. I heard bout all the good benefits of magnesium.

But my question is can anyone take this?

How much is a safe doze?

Really need some answers.

I have magnesium 375mg I brought from boots but need this answered first please.

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    Hi i take magnesium for nerve pain,i have reduced my amitriptyline from 150mg to 50mg,and im still reducing,magnesium is very good for inflammation and nerve pain.i hope this helps you

    Take care.

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      Thankyou so much for replying. I went back on amatypdline about a week ago now coz of the symptoms was all coming back (nerve pain) But the symptoms that came back haven't left yet and I don't no how long till they will sad I'm only on 10mg. And it's getting me down I have had to have time off work. sad

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      Hi nikkiH

      How much magnesium do you take? I have just started taking amitriptyline for nerve pain but hope to keep it to 10mg and not have to increase it. 

      Thanks Kathy

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      Hi kathy

      I take 400mg i use a producet by natures plus called KalmAssure

      Magnesium Powder for day or night use,it can be used day or night

      Natural Health store in banbury,and they do have online orders too.

      Hope this is of some help for you

      Regards

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      Thank you for the prompt reply nikkiH. I don't think I can get that particular one here in NZ but will find something similar or maybe I can get it online.

      Your response has been helpful.

      All the best smile

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