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Posted 9 Apr 2011 by • 7 answers
I have just been prescribed Clomazepam as a sleep aid to be taken daily to replace Lunesta (which I became tolerant to). Do you think this is a good substitute? Right now, when I go to bed with Clomazepam and Lunesta (at a lower dose), it's lights out. I wake up once in the night but I'm ...
Posted 11 Apr 2014 by • 7 answers
I've wrestled with insomnia on and off since high school. It's almost always anxiety-related and I've tried everything from Tylenol PM and Benadryl to Lunesta and Ambien . Even with the Lunesta and Ambien, sometimes they work, but sometimes they don't and my mind is able to ...
Posted 4 May 2011 by • 2 answers
I have been taking lunesta for a good couple of years now and now i'm dealing with taking drug tests once a month at random and i've been failing for benzodiazepines. the only thing i take that many people have told me will show up sometimes is lunesta and benadryl. I just want some ...
Posted 20 days ago by • 1 answer
Massive stress, surgery, lost my job, medical ins and major family issues. All alon- no support systems. Have been increasing meds. Tonight took 4 xanax(.25), lunesta 4 mg and 2 Norco plus 2 glasses of wine. Is this too much? I can’t handle anymore in my life. Moved to new town 6 months ago ...
Posted 11 Oct 2017 by • 0 answers
I am on Lunesta and sometimes it doesn't not work and sometimes it does. I told my doctor about this and he said try two and same thing. I was wondering if which would be better to try temazepam or Ambien? I only take this once a week because I get back kind of late to help me fall sleeper ...
Posted 16 Sep 2017 by • 2 answers
I have a mass on my left breast that is causing me severe pain I only weigh 92 pounds, but my doctor prescribed tramadol 50 mg, but it's doing nothing for me, I'm on clonazepam and Zoloft and Lunesta, and amitriptyline can I take more than one tramadol?
Posted 19 Aug 2017 by • 1 answer
for me. I am waking up at 3 to 5 in the morning and sleep on and off the rest of the time. I am tired through out the day and have a hard time getting going in the morning.
Posted 7 Sep 2017 by • 0 answers
He took his first dose (3 mg. generic blue pill) last night and really did not get much sleep. Just wondering if it takes a few days for your body to adapt. Thanks!
Posted 6 Aug 2017 by • 1 answer
I have been trying to figure out why I itch in the lower back and lower abdomen. I have been taking Lunesta for years for my insomnia and have never had a problem. I have been itching now going on three years. I have been to doctor's and have not found a reason for the itch. There is no rash, ...
Posted 10 Aug 2017 by • 0 answers
I got this yesterday from my primary doctor and I took it last night with some milk and I did not get sleepy and it took a long time to kick in. I did not get any bad taste in my month either. I am on 1mg. Should I try it with water instead?
Posted 12 Feb 2017 by • 1 answer
I have been taking Luesta for a while and can't seem to get much sleep anymore and was wondering if it is safe to take 2 of them to get the needed and much wanted sleep?
Posted 2 Jun 2017 by • 1 answer
And nothing ! I'm so angry. Can I take an extra one? I have a job interview in the morning and seriously need to sleep?
Posted 30 May 2017 by • 1 answer
With the name brand I have no problem with falling asleep and staying asleep. I have tried the generic brand twice and the same thing takes to long to fall asleep. And the price for the name brand is 500.00 with insurance.
Posted 10 Apr 2017 by • 1 answer
I have both insomnia and I sleepwalk (since I was 9 years old). I have been on Restoril, Sonata, Belsomra, Ambien-the fast acting and slow acting, Lunesta... The list goes on and on. The medicines will work sometimes for a week, a month or as short as three nights, but my brain always finds a way ...
Posted 7 Nov 2013 by • 4 answers
I have severe Insomnia. I know that my sleep disorder is caused by several mitigating factors that come together. 1) I suffer from shift related sleep disorder, in that i work 12 hr Nightshifts (7p-7a) 3-4 nights/week. 2) I have severe Tinnitus, so when it becomes quiet and time for sleep, I am ...
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