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Are you a doctor?

Seconal was RX'ed in the 1960-70's . A lot of people died from OD's and auto accidents. It is still used for people that have tried everything to sleep but nothing works. I dont know why it bothers you so much that a few patients are getting them. Unless your a doctor its not something your qualified to answer

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secpbarb

Is secobarbital still available in the United States. ## Hello, Nik! How are you? Yes, it is listed as still being available to treat epilepsy and insomnia, though it also has some pre-operative uses with anesthesia. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including somnolence, nausea, nightmares, headache and impaired balance. Is there anything else I can help with?

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lily f 40

red capsule w lily F 40 ## This tablet contains 100mgs of Secobarbital, a generic for Seconal. This is a sedative hypnotic. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and anxiety. If you have any additional questions, or if anyone has more information, please feel free to post. ## white tablet with F40 on one side. f on the top and 40 on the bottom of the tablet

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obtaining secobarbital

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, I HAVE TRIED JUST ABOUT EVERY KIND OF SLEEPING MED... I HAVE BEEN GETTING MY MEDS ONLINE FOR 6 YEARS PLEASE IF THERE IS ANYONE OUT THERE WHO CAN HELP ME LOCATE THEM I WOULD BE GREATFUL... ONCE AGAIN THANK YOU VERY MUCH ## Were you taking the brand or generic form of this medication? Have you had a chance to check with your M.D. to see if any alternative medications might work? Lunesta, Ambien, etc?

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Seconal as a sleeping agent

I was prescribed Seconal during my stay at the hospital in 1970. It was an effective medication for me. I think that it should be available in a hospital setting only for the same reason why other potent medications are not readily prescribed to ambulatory patients.Moreover, I think that its use should be limited to the terminally ill patients who are unable to sleep due to the severity of their condition. Lastly, I think that strict rules should be in order for this medicine because it has been sadly abused in the past. ## Then I would recommend that send an email or a letter to the FDA regarding your experiences and opinions on it. this site does not have anything to do with controlling or approving medications, this is an information only site.

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