Your subs doctor really should call this one. Normally, a subs patient should NOT take anything the slows the breathing down or makes a person really drowsy, but if the subs doctor oks it, you can take it. Usually if you are on the true right dose of subs, you won't have trouble sleeping. I wish you had listed some other info, like how long you have been on it, how much you take and if you are taking it late in the day. If you take it late in the day, it can keep you up.
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