Plasidyl 750

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Sandie Owens Says:
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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sandie! How are you?

Placidyl has been discontinued, but yes, they were green gel filled capsules that had the name and 750 on them in white lettering.

The FDA classifies it as a sedative hypnotic that was most commonly used for reducing sleep latency. It often caused problematic side effects, such as skin rashes, hallucinations and amnesia, plus a sudden withdrawal created the risk of seizures, so it's been replaced by newer and safer medications.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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DEEDEE13 Says:

My doctor prescribed placidyl in the 50's for insomnia. Worked well, never any side-effects. I was sorry when they took it off the market. Several years ago, my current doctor prescribed Ambien - I took it once and sleep-walked. The new sleep aids seem to have that side-effect.

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