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Posted 31 Mar 2017 by • 2 answers
it last week my pharmacist said it was on back order and had no idea when he could get it. Due to the amount of medicines I am on, I have to price shop, so I use 4 pharmacy's. I called them all, no go. One finally told me that it wasn't just back order but the manufacturer had temporarily ...
Posted 28 Feb 2017 by • 0 answers
I'm now taking dalmane 15mg as I was in seraquil for my insomnia but there not working anymore so does anyone take dalmane 15mg and so they work for you? And how many is best to take on a daily basis. Thanks for any helpful feedback.
Sleep Disorder - Has Anyone tried Belsomra for Sleep? Does it help? I'm scared to take it cuz it can
Posted 27 Oct 2015 by • 1 answer
... cause Sleep Paralysis. I've experienced this twice in my life and it's terrifying. Insurance won't cover my Dalmane unless I try the Belsomra.
Posted 30 Nov 2014 by • 4 answers
I have a long history with my psychiatrist of different sleep meds. I have depression & anxiety (being treated). My mood & energy is already really low in the morning/all day. Medications like Ambien, Lunesta, etc. make me so drowsy & give me a hung over feeling the next day. These meds ...
Posted 1 Sep 2014 by • 1 answer
... i i am told that distributors cant get it. why??? i have prescription from md.i need help and cant find any.my md put me on dalmane and it has been a nightmare no sleep panjc and headaches.
I am taking 90 mgs of Dalmane a night, is that REALLY too much? That's the only way I can get sleep?
Posted 3 Oct 2013 by • 1 answer
Been on this amount for around 5 mths.
Posted 31 Oct 2012 by • 2 answers
I'm taking dalmane at night and recently got a bladder infection and prescribed cephalexin and need to know if I can take them both together at the same time
Posted 28 Nov 2011 by • 2 answers
... bed before afternoon because of extreme tiredness. I have been taking the drug for years and have tried reducing it slowly. I can't do it. If I reduce the dose, I get very severe withdrawal symptoms. Please help me! I HAVE to get off this drug as soon as possible.
At 71, should I get off 30mg Dalmane taken for years for sleep problems, or should I stay on it for?
Posted 22 Nov 2011 by • 2 answers
... the rest of my life. My doctor leaves it up to me
I have been on Dalmane and then switched to Furazepam by Westward a year or so ago when they DC the?
Posted 22 Jul 2011 by • 2 answers
... brand. I am in terrible shape as I cannot get off the Dalmane. The generics vary in stability 20% plus or minus, as opposed to the Brand. I am trying to titrate down slowly and am at 11 mg. I cannot get off of it and it is putting my heart in high speed in the early AM. I am using water ...
Posted 9 Mar 2010 by • 2 answers
Posted 3 Apr 2011 by • 1 answer
... ones for sleep anyway) He had settled on Dalmane the big ones too, 30 mg. 2 Would knock out a horse. The 'script' was for 15, (but I lost one??? ) Well, I hadn't had any sleep in the same number of days. So I got down on my hands and knees and tried, best I could , to sort ...
Posted 30 Aug 2010 by • 2 answers
For those who take Lyrica, my Doc prescribed it for me because I have severe arthritis in my knees.I could not find relief at night at all. I also have a sleeping problem, started at menopause. I am taking my Lyrica (50 mg) with a 30 mg dose of Dalmane at night only. In the morning, I take a 50 mg ...
Posted 20 Jun 2010 by • 1 answer
My migraine doctor has me taking Seroquel so my bad migraines don't bother me as much. However, I'm doing everything I can not to take them because they're keeping me from losing weight. My regular GP, refuses to write a presecription for more than 10mg of Ambien. I need 20mg to get ...
Posted 5 Feb 2010 by • 1 answer
Been using a little for many years, but my internist won't prescribe to me for some reason. Can someone tell me a good doc in Los Angeles/Bakersfield/San Diego/Orange County area who understands this drug and how effective it is? Thanks, Gracy