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nelli chemin Says:


I sufer insomnia. Have taken differents medicines, but after several days I find they don't work. My Dr. gave me some sample of Rozerem, but I don't anything about this medication.



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Laurie Says:

I accepted this perscription as ambien or its generic zolpidem is for short term use and was no longer effective and I had been on it for a long time. I read the ingredients in rozerem and was disturbed by "black shellac" as the 2nd to last ingredient listed, but took my first pill 30 minutes before bedtime as instructed. I woke in the middle of the night extremely nauseated and eventually returned to sleep, however upon waking in the morning, felt nauseated still. Took hours for the nausea to wear off and spent all yesterday in a sluggish state of being. Did not repeat taking the pill last night and woke today feeling fine. I did resume taking ambien and got to sleep easily with no unpleasant side effects. Would appreciate others feedback and a moderators explanation of 'black shellac'. The pharmacist I called was reluctant to explain, but said, stop taking it. Thank you for your feedback in advance.


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