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What's the difference between eating my ambien and injection?

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1 Aug 2011

Ambien (zolpidem tartrate) is available in 5 mg and 10 mg strength tablets for oral administration.

Haven't been able to find Ambien in injectable form, however please do check it with a doc/pharmacist.

Take care, be safe & well, please, best wishes.

caringsonbj 1 Aug 2011

Good morning, Rajive and best wishes for a good day~Billy

*Ambien does not come in injectable form, Rajive you are right

Rajive Goel 1 Aug 2011

Good Morning Billy, thanks, have a nice day, Billy its now 17:20 in the evening here, I am in India.

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