Our expert says:
Depramil is a generic ( and hence chemically identical but cheaper ) variety of an antidepressant, Citalopram, originally introducted as Cipramil.
Thaden ( apart from being the name of a pioneering woman avator and a town in Germany ) is a generic version of Dothiepin, a much older antidepressant, slightly different in its mode of workin, to Citalopram / Depramil.
I would normally not see a need to combine the two, but presumably your doctor had good reasons for doping so, and had a duty to explain these to you, as well as to explain any likely early side-effects.
With any new drug, the side-effects experienced are usually worst in the first few days one is taking it, while one's body is getting used to it, and they fade after that.
The sort of side-effects you are describing, are fairly typical of both drugs.
Unless a depression is absolutely straight-forward and responding well to treatment, it is aways best to ask to be referred to a specialist psychiatrist for a proper assessment and advice on selecting the most appropriate treatment.
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