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My dad suffers from depression and he is aged 67; can u please suggest the use of this drug? ## We not medical professions, therefore, we cannot prescribe, diagnose, nor suggest the use of any medication. Stilnoct is not even an antidepressant. It contains the active ingredient Zolpidem, used in the short-term treatment of Insomnia and similar sleep issues. You can read more on it here: Do you have any questions? ...
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Sat, Nov 28 '09, 5:28 PM
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prescribed instead of restyl.5mg ## I am a parkinsonian since about 6/7 yrs and have been taking different medicines as per neuro's prescriptions. I had a bypass surgery procedure 3 years back. At the moment I am on Syndopa+ 6snd half tabs distributed during the day between 5 am and 7 pm and 1 syndopa cr 125 at 7 am and one syndopa cr 250 at 1030 pm. I had very little sleep for quite some time (about 3/4 hrs only) and was prescribed stilnoct 6.25 (sos basis) and was advised to take whenever I felt that i did not have sufficient sleep. I just tried taking it for some 2 tabs a week for about 3/4 weeks. Now I feel it is needed every day if I have to sleep to be fresh next morning despite tremors on account of parkinson. I have a feel that I get less or no sleep due to fear of hallucina... ...
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Wed, Nov 17 '10, 8:49 AM


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