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I have been on Cesamet for 5 and 1/2 months at 1 mg twice a day. I am trying to get off this?

Posted 26 Oct 2016 by colpri 0 answers

... medication. I decreased by .25 mg feeling what felt like withdrawals for about 4 to 5 days. After a day of feeling good I went down another .25 mg with the same scenerio. I expected my last does of .25 mg to do the same thing but it has been so much worse. My thinking is while reducing Cesamet ...

Cesamet (nabilone) for Fibromyalgia; what dosage seems to help a lot of people with this condition?

Posted 16 Jan 2015 by Picklz99 3 answers

The oral dosage seems to be with either 1 or 2 mg tablets and I am wondering how much and how often people take it per day for Fibromyalgia.

Hello, Does anyone know if Nabilone(Cesamet) is available by Dr Prescription in Florida?(3/30/2011?

Posted 30 Mar 2011 by Kaywood 1 answer

My Doc wrote a prescription for Nabilone for my severe chronic pain. When I went to the Pharmacy to pick it up, the Pharrmacist said it was NOT available. Is this true?

Will "Cesamet" show up on my work urinalysis as THC as its a man made cannabinoid?

Posted 22 Jul 2011 by davidjonasarmstrong 1 answer

Its name is also called "nabilone".

Have been taking 300mg of lyrica fkor 4 yrs due to being 20lb overweight I'm lowering it to 150mg.?

Posted 2 Jul 2010 by Joan B. 5 answers

... so far it has been 2 days what other things should I expect I have chronic back pain also take cymbalta, cesamet, morphine and demerol

Cesamet 1mg at night. I have been on it for 21 nights now. 8 of those were at 1/2mg. how to adjust?

Posted 20 Sep 2009 by denisecarman 1 answer

I am trying to find out how long it takes your system to get use to the drug Cesamet. I am unable to wake up. I want to stick to it. I know no one who has taken it at all. Can anyone tell me when I will adjust to the medication Is 21 days too early for that

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