Functons In Sleeping For Taking Iterax 25mg

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It doesnt help. Im still up til morning.

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chaos Says:

I believe you men atarax, it's really not a strong drug it is also written for anxiety it has an antihistamine base to it. ask your dr. if you can take Benadryl with it, depending on your condition if you are not a pain patient and you otherwise healthy ask for ambien or lunesta, if you have insurance I hope but those 2 ambien and lunesta are expensive , but heck they've bbeen out awhile so maybe there is a generic.

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