Zolpiden Tartrate 10mg Tablet

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white oblong pill and onone side it say w517 the other side is blank.ii jst took andthis is to hlep ne seep



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Bonnie Says:

Is it possible or advisable to split the zolpidem in 1/2 to get off this drug. What is reccomended?

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Verwon Says:

Are you sure that is the marking on it? Can you please double check and post back? I can't find any white, oblong pill listed in the databases that has this imprint.

Bonnie, are you taking the regular release, or the time released formulation? If it is the time released one, it is not safe to split it.

The FDA lists the typical side effects of Zolpidem as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, sleep actions, hallucinations, and next day hangover-like effects.

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