Zopiclone 5mg Question

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Bryan Says:
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My prescription says to take 4 tablets of zopiclone 5mg. Does that sound right to take 4 of them?



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Verwon Says:

No, that doesn't seem right. The usual maximum dosage is just 7.5mgs and that would be way more at 20mgs.

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Have you asked your doctor or pharmacist about it?

I'm suspicious that someone made an error.

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Lovazoppie Says:
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You don't get 5mg zopiclone,you get 3.75 orange in colour and 7.5mg usually white.
I get 2x 7.5mg nightly and it doesn't have any adverse effects apart from an unpleasant taste in your mouth the next day..

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Gaz T Says:

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20mg is definitely too high a dose , though i was once prescribed 3 x 7.5mg for a short time but 2 x 7.5mg is the maximum does licensed in the UK now or so my doctor says. i have seen 10mg ones lately but not british ones. i suspect a doctor would advise just taking 1 if they are even prescribed.

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