Tryptophan was linked to the outbreak of a serious neurological condition that led to a number of deaths in 1989. It was temporarily banned. Although it is once again available, it is still considered possibly unsafe.
- Q Do foods or alcohol interact with tryptophan?
- Q Do I need a prescription for tryptophan?
- Q What should I know before giving my child tryptophan?
- Q How should I take tryptophan?
- Q What drugs may interact with tryptophan?
- Q What side effects of tryptophan require emergency care?