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When should I call a doctor about problems taking nortriptyline?

Yes. If you are taking nortriptyline and begin thinking about suicide more often, call your doctor right away. If your depression seems worse, you become angry and irritable or you have panic attacks, you should call your doctor. Tell your doctor if you have trouble sleeping. Make sure your family, friends and caregivers can identify and watch for changes in your behavior that require a doctor's attention.

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