Pill With Mz2

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small circular purpilish pill with mz2 on it

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dwende Says:
found this pill in my sons room. what are they.

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dwende Says:
I found this pill in my sons room my be taking them what are they?

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dwende Says:
I found this small purplish pill in my sons room. What is it?

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Verwon Says:
This tablet contains 10mgs of Zolpidem, it is a generic for Ambien, used for the short-term treatment of insomnia.

It is a prescription only medication that should NOT be used without a doctors supervision, abuse can be dangerous and they may be habit forming.

Common side effects may include: nausea, headache, strange taste and amnesia.

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jolie Says:
I'm a nurse and the pill you described is ambien 10mg. The generic name is Zolpidem. It's a controlled substance. Ambien is a sleeping pill but many people take it because it makes them high. Mixed with alcohol, it can severely impair a person. You judgment and causes memory loss of events dafter taking it

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egle29 Says:
zolpidem 10mgs. is a most benefits by the municipality and small urban, and also share this equevalent by equal porposes.

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Grace Says:
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'M' over 'Z2'. I as a nurse am familiar with medications and side effects. I also struggle with insomnia. I was prescribed Ambien 10mg (topicMZ2) as treatment. It is a very potent, long lasting, hypnotic drug. Amnesia is a huge side effect when used alone. This drug is extremely dangerous as a "party drug". Indications of use and how to use state it is recommended that the patient be in bed, ready for sleep. This may prevent amnesiac + hypnotic effect. My personal experience taking 10mg at bedtime ×2 nites. 1st nite: I don't remember falling from 1 hallway wall to the next until reaching the kitchen. Made a huge mess, attempts at cooking. I left the empty stove on all night. That became Easter Sunday with 1 last small child. No memory of the day at all. Weeks later, everything sold on late night TV began arriving. Rats no memory. The 2nd and last time I took it. With probing and cues, I could fill in the blank day. In the a.m., aware I was too impaired to drive. I instructed my 11 y/o son on how to drive us to school in our huge SUV. He obeyed. A call in the afternoon from the school principal regarding parking lot safety and all student safety, was forgotten immediately after I apologized. At 6pm when my husband came home, hearing wild tales of the day from children, school contacts, neighbors etc... I flushed them (I'm told).

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john Says:
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Took mz2 one pill and got up thru the day hours and took my lower parcel out to the dumpster and threw away all in just my boxers on...neighbor almost called police but said she new me.

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Mindy Says:
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It's a generic forum of ambien. It's a sleeping pill prescribed by doctors for insomnia.

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Nurse Jackie Says:
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Hey jolie the nurse with knowledge like an addict or pharmacist hmm r u a nurse assistant or a r.n cause your spelling needs help ill assume ur nota nurse but maybe a pill popper who clearly is on ambien now lol dont ambien and drive and please dont roofie ur hott neighbor if ur single and creepy. No disrespect. Im a doctor and a part time pharmacist Lol!

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