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Posted 31 Oct 2012 • 15 answers
At one time. Also known as diphenhydramine.
Posted 7 Feb 2007 • 14 answers
For quite some time I've been taking diphenhydramine (100-150mg) a night to fall asleep. Will this have an adverse effects on my health? Thank you!
Posted 27 Mar 2018 • 4 answers
I took two 50mg capsules thinking they were 25mg each (that is I took 100mg instead of 50mg) and it was the only thing that put me into a nice 6 hour sleep which I have not had for weeks! If it is acceptable I will try to take this to finally get some good sleep!
Posted 10 Aug 2012 • 5 answers
These are a sleeping aid from over the counter.
Posted 11 Oct 2013 • 27 answers
I enjoyed the sedation and excitability that occurred. .. So I started to take it a lot. Basically abusing it. And now I cant get off of it because I do experience withdrawal when I don't take it. What should I do?? And is is common?
Posted 14 Feb 2017 • 2 answers
I took 2 20 mgs of Adderall today as prescribed to me. Now I'm trying to sleep. Can I take 25 mgs of Benadryl?
Posted 25 Oct 2010 • 3 answers
I was given amoxicillin for strep throat but just got an allergy so I would like to take an over the counter allergy pill for watery eyes, runny nose and snezzing.
Posted 29 Jul 2013 • 2 answers
Posted 5 May 2018 • 1 answer
I take one 25mg Benadryl pill every night during the spring (it helps me with allergies at night). But tonight I also took 2 Tylenol PM pills for some back pain without realizing they also had 25mg of diphenhydramine hcl in them as well. Should I be concerned? -I feel I need to specify that this ...
Is it okay to combine these (2) meds? diphenhydramine (simply sleep pills) and oxycodone (percocet)?
Posted 6 Nov 2009 • 6 answers
... I have trouble sleeping after I take the pain killers
Posted 5 Dec 2009 • 8 answers
... safe to combine with diphenhydramine (simply sleep or sominex)
Posted 13 Nov 2017 • 1 answer
Posted 1 Aug 2009 • 1 answer
Posted 25 Oct 2018 • 1 answer
I was recently alarmed to find that my girlfriend has been taking what I consider to be an excessive dosage of diphenhydramine as a sleep aid. She has been averaging 30 25mg tablets a night (750mg). After doing some research online I came up with a number of answers for what is considered to be a ...
Posted 13 Apr 2013 • 2 answers
I started taking a couple different diphenhydramines and they just left me drowsy, and nauseous after i woke up. So i stopped taking them. Even after a few sleep cycles i still felt drowsy after sleeping without taking anything. I had been taking prescription pills for sleep [seroquel] but they ...
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