Agonizing Night With Belsomra

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Meme Says:


I took my first dose of Belsomra 10mg last night. I was awake all night. I had shaking and twitching all over. My legs were the worst, but I could also feel my stomach quivering! It was the most miserable and frightening experience. I'm glad I was given samples.



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VerFree Says:

Wow! I am very sorry about what happened to you, that's terrible.

Belsomra side effects are listed as possibly including daytime sleepiness, sleep walking, dizziness, depression, and abnormal dreams. DailyMed does warn about some possible nausea, but given how miserable you were, and the fact that you didn't sleep, it doesn't seem that your response to it was typical.

Are you on any other medications?

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Meme Says:

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Yeah, I'm one of those people that Dr's look at and say, "Oh my, what have I gotten myself into?" I'm always having some sort of something going on.and it surely gets tiring. And yes, I take Lamictal, Synthroid, Singulair. It hasn't occurred to me to check for contraindications due to other meds. I'll research that. Thanks

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