Rozerem And Sleeplessness, Paralysis, Weight Loss

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Cougar Woman Bear Says:


I took only 3 of my script. The first night it was like I was sleeping in cotton candy. Night, I was paralyzed physically but wide awake. My cat kept trying to close my eyes, but they'd pop right back open. It was snowing and I swear on all that is holy, I could "HEAR" each snowflake as they bumped one another and when they settled on my roof, FREAKY, couldn't move, glad I didn't have to go to bathroom!! Lasted 12 hrs. Night 3... NO SLEEP WHATSOEVER...This LASTED 105 hours, began getting sores in my mouth and nose, tongue swelled (not to uncomfortably.) Lips too, looked like J-LO in " Monster-In-Law" after she ate peanuts. I've had bad reactions before, didn't feel the need for EMS or anything. The ONLY good thing about this drug... The WEIGHT I'd gained from Neurontin (gabapentin) 90 lbs.. Lost 45lbs. of it so far. Hit the wall, so-to-speak, slept 9 hrs. Up another 24hrs. Then back to regular ( or what passes for me), regular sleep, 20 mins to 2 hr. stints. Needless to say this is one script that went straight to the police!!

((My name has to do with my Native American heritage and my guides.))



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Verwon Says:

Wow, I am so very sorry about what you experienced. Sadly, some of these medications can cause these types of issues in some people that take them, according to FDA warnings. It is not very common, but has happened a few times. It is hard to say how much was real and how much wasn't, since it can cause auditory and visual hallucinations in these cases.

And that is not to diminish your experience, because regardless of whether it was all real, or not, it is terrifying, I've had bad experiences with some medications myself, and I still couldn't say what all was real and what wasn't.

I love your username.

How are you doing, now?

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Cougar Woman Bear Says:

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Oh, believe me this was very real!! The snow thing was an auditory hallucination. But the paralysis was very real. So don't go there please!! The 105 hours was real as well I have witnesses to this, want them to tell you about it??

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Roy Says:

Cougar, I don't think that Verwon was questioning whether you are telling the truth or not. I think that by "real" and "not real" they were referring to "hallucination" vs "non hallucination".

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Cougar Woman Bear Says:

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It's there in black and white!! Yes, he did. But I know real from NOT real.

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Chip Says:
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Glad to hear from another Native American. I'm Chippewa.Im in Harlem.

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