I have had severe insomnia for most of my life. I have been treated with several medications over the past 30 plus years. I am trying to locate a doctor who can prescribe me Seconal. Any and all information would be greatly appreciated. I live in Cincinnati,OH. Thank You.
Seeing how this is a barbiturate considered "addicting" and highly abused, my advice is to develop a rapport with a Dr and allow him/her to make their own suggestions first. Most Dr.s consider ti a red flag when patients come in telling them what they want (there's a bit of pride mixed in as well). You may not get what works for you right away, but the trust you build can very possibly lead there. speaking form much experience. Bets. Hope this helps.
I doubt you will find a Dr that will prescribe it as it is very addicting and dangerous. A lot of people overdosed on seconal. The following is a list of drugs approved for insomnia: Dalmane, Restoril (temazepam) Halcion (triazolam) "Z drugs: Ambien (CR) (zolpidem) and Edluar (zolpidem sublingual) Sonata (zaleplon) Imovane/Zimovane (zopiclone)- NOT available in The US and Lunesta (eszopiclone)
I get Seconal from my doctor. For major sleep disorder I’ve had since a really bad car accident in 1995. I have PTSD and I have a seizure disorder. They tried multiple medications and nothing worked and the doctor tried Seconal and it helped with both my issues the insurance will not cover it it’s very very expensive I am from the New York area and the cost of 30 pills per month is over $1000 which is very expensive. But to anyone who knows what it’s like not to sleep and has a relatively good job is willing to pay the pharmacy just to get a good nights sleep if you have any further questions please write back to me my user name is Dan-Dan Please feel free to ask me anything I may not have answered thank you
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