Clonidine 0. 2 Mg

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Leslie Epps Says:


I have recently been put on this drug for sleeping and well its not working at all. I have been taking one at night before bedtime which is what I was told but is it safe to take 2 since im not getting any rest with the 1?



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Leslie Epps Says:

Also I failed to mention in last comment they are 0.2 mg

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Mickey2003 Says:
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I would recommend trying 1 1/2 first take it no more than 15 mins before bed it works fast. But if u take it 1hour or 30 mins before bed you can kind of simulate yourself into it not working then it loses its effect. Once the groggy effect wears off before your in bed most likely you will not fall asleep well.

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Mickey2003 Says:
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I would also call your doctor to let he/she know it's not working because if you increase your dose without say so to the doctor they will not be happy and you will run out of meds early. If the increase works there is a 0.3 mg tablet too. You can also look up other strengths of the medication. But one important thing about this medication you do not want to run out of it. It's a blood pressure medication to lower it so not taking it can cause serious blood crashes. After taking it for a long period of time you have to be weaned off of it. Kind of like most meds sadly. I hope this was helpful and good luck I hope things work out!!:).

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Rose Ann Says:
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Is chlonodine for anxiety? I am withdrawing from Fentanyl Patches rather being weaned off. Going through Hell. Has anyone else been weaning off Fentanyl Patches and prescribed chlonodine?

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Antonio Higgs Says:
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Hi. I have been put a dose of 0.2mg in place of lebetatol 300 3times a day. Was takin off lebetatol due to severe dizziness. But 3 days now on clonidine 0.2 and feel just the same. I get up to walk and get dizzy. Can't even leave my house without going thru this. Is there anything else I can take to lower my pressure that won't cause such dizziness? It's affecting my work and my life daily.
Very urgent

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Mickey2003 Says:
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No went through it with nothing thought I was going to die. Was on 100 mcg every other day. So glad I'm not on those been clean since 2006 august. I would recommend no one be on them unless they r not expected to live long sad but true. Not a good med it always ends badly no matter who u are.

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Kaz star 66 Says:
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I haven't really had any other symptoms apart from insomnia and an increase in my BP no dizziness or feeling woozy in fact if anything much more alert,, like my brain won't switch off at times

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Antonio Higgs Says:
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Hello. Been on the 0.3 patch. It somewhat works for my pressure better than pills. Pills cause me alot of dizziness. But still have moments when my pressure elavates cause of stress. Any comments definitely appreciated.

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Kaz star 66 Says:
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I had to ween myself of this drug as I couldn't sleep while on it but trying to come off it was horrible my head was constantly sore and I felt so unwell glad to say I'm back to normal and feeling good

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G Says:
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Look I’ve been on this for awhile if I take 2 of the 2s before bed it doesn’t work I do 4 , honestly just take em until you are on the level you wanna b on and it’ll work

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Rawdog Says:
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Re: Leslie Epps (# 1)

I was just prescribed these also the 0.2mg and boy half,an hour later I fell asleep on the bus, I don't like them at all. Think I'm gonna stop taking it I'm gonna give it one more try on my day off on Sunday. I also take one subutex a day for the past 3 months. They say it's also used to treat ADHD but so is adderall and that stuff gets me wired and alert. How come this clonidine do the absolute different effect??? Any and all suggestions welcome. Do I have to let it build up in my system or what?

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