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Alena Tillman Says:
I was complaining about my back and a doctor gave me these. The put me right to sleep. I woke up very foggy. What are the E615 pills comparable to?

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You mean your doctor didn't tell you what it was or what it was for and neither did your pharmacy? Wow, that is just crazy, my doc always tells me what new prescriptions are and what they are for, and there is always a leaflet with information when I get something new from my pharmacy.

Anyway, this is Hydroxyzine Pamoate 50mgs, a generic for Vistaril. This is an antihistamine that has quite a few uses, it can be used to calm emotional conditions, relieve allergic reactions, ease pain after surgery, relieve nausea, and help you fall asleep. Many antihistamines are very versatile this way.

Even though it is an antihistimine, it has some of the same effects as a muscle relaxant because of the way it works in your body. So that would explain why you feel asleep, as on top of the relaxing effects, as I said above, it can be used for insomnia as well.

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