It takes hours for it to take effect and increases my neuropathy
5 Jan 2012
Hello bckay1. You forgot to mention a dose, so a taper per say I can't suggest one for you. You'll have to do it gradually, and space your cuts wide apart. That way, your system will adapt more comfortably to not getting the drug, ambien. You might talk to a doctor or pharamacist, they'll be more than willing to offer you some advice. Best of wishes along with good health to you,pledge
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