Our expert says:
It does indeed get confusing when drugs have diferent names in different countries. Fortunately, Saroten appears to be Amitriptylne, a long-established drug available just about everywhere and in generic ( equivalent but cheaper ) versions and in various names - I'm sure your GP will know it under its chemical name ( Amtirtiptylene ) and it should also be available from most state clinics and hospitals.
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