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I've been on bondormin sleeping pills for a few years now and I'm having concentration problems and memory loss.Is this irreversible damage or just side effects which will vanish if I stop taking them??? ## Hi, Aline! Bondormin contains the active ingredient Brotizolam, which is a sedative hypnotic that's an analog of a benzodiazepine and those types of side effects are known to occur in some people that take these medications. Usually, they do go away once the medication is discontinued, but it may take awhile, since you've been taking them for so long. Learn more Brotizolam details here. You shouldn't abruptly discontinue this medication, however, because doing so may create the risk of seizures. Is there anything I can help with? ## My grandmother has dementia and... ...

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can i take hydrocodone with bondormin, which is a sleeping pill?

I have acute leg and back pain because of a spinal problem between L4 and L 5. Can I take hydrocodone and bondormin at the same time. I am on a trip visiting my niece who has just given birth, and I need an answer ASAP. Thank you!! ## Hello, Sheila! How are you? Bondormin contains Brotizolam, which is a thienodiazepine that's a benzodiazepine analog, so it's distantly related to medications such as Xanax and Valium. Learn more Bondormin details here. Thus, it shouldn't be mixed with a narcotic like Hydrocodone, unless your doctor has specifically instructed you to do so, because both of them can cause depression of the central nervous system. Both of these medications also have the potential to be habit forming. Learn more Hydrocodone details here. Is there anything else I c... ...

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