Sweet Dreams With Campral

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jane Says:

can campral cause sweet dreams effect

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David Says:

Hi Jane,

Based on my research, Campral (acamprosate calcium) does actually list "abnormal dreams" and "hallucinations" as possible psychiatric side effects. Although I personally see no reason to be concerned if the dreams/visions are "sweet" and positive as you described them to be?

But if you feel that this ever becomes bothersome or severe I would still encourage you to contact your doctor to let him/her know what's going on.

Just out of curiosity, would you be able to describe the types of dreams you're having in any detail?

I hope this helps!

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jane Says:

One of my dreams was of eating barbeque with Oprah Winfrey & having a really good time! Another dream was of reuniting a lost dog with its owner. The dreams are very pleasant compared to the bad dreams I had for years about things from the past. Im not complaining! I read that there is such a thing as "sweet dreams" effect as a side effect of some medicines. Thank you for responding! Jane.

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Jesse g Says:
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I've been on campral for three days and I always have bad dreams of being trapped. My dreams are very intense .I don't like that. It's van get old real fast... I'm concerned cuz I don't feel rested when I wake up I feel stressed.why is this?

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