Clonidine How Long Does It Take To Work

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Clonidine - how long does it take to work
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I went to the doctor for an unrelated issue. BP was high 200/95. Might be situational but she had me start a regime of .1mg of Clonidine 2 times per day. Took the first one at 7pm. BP was normal at 6 am. Can it work that fast or was my high BP situational? ## Hello, Scoop! How are you? Clonidine is known to work well and fast, but it wouldn't take it down to normal that fast, so it could be that your elevated blood pressure was situational. However, regardless of that, you do need to take something to prevent it going that high in the future, because that's a very dangerous level to hit that creates the risk of heart attack or stroke, unless your doctor okays your stopping it. The FDA lists the typical side effects of Clonidine as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Clonidine.
Thu, Aug 27 '15, 12:00 PM
clonidine - how long does it take to work
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I have been having heart palpitations on an off since I started cloindine 1 mg. Should I quit? ## How long have you been taking it and how long do the palpitations last? The FDA does list palpitations as being a possible side effect of this medication and they may continue for 4 to 6 weeks, while your body is adjusting to the medication. In most case, palpitations are harmless, unless they are accompanied by other symptoms, such as dizziness and chest pain, according to the NIH, or if they last for very long periods of time.... but, it never hurts to have your doctor check things out to be sure. ...
Updated 9 months ago in Clonidine.
Thu, Dec 22 '16, 9:36 PM
clonidine - how long does it take to work
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I started clonidine 0.1 transdermal patches 5 days ago for hypertension. My b/p is still very high. How long does it take for it to reach a therapeutic level? ## How high is your bp? This medication may take 4 to 5 weeks to reach it's full therapeutic level in your body. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, increased urination, and hypotension. ...
Updated 6 months ago in Clonidine.
Wed, Mar 22 '17, 5:44 PM
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IS ANYONE ELSE EXPERIENCING AN AWFUL FATIGUE? FEELS LIKE I'M DRUGGED. ## I just started taking Clonidne, twice a day,and the Doctor said not to skip a dose,is supposed to be for High Blood Pressure, but all is doing to me is getting me drugged out, tired, sleepy, headache. I'm calling my Doctor tomorrow,so she take me off this medicine. ## I just started taking this med about two weeks ago and am experiencing the same side effects. Will they go away after a while of should I consult my doc to stop the med ## I just started about a week ago and have literally slept for the past 24 hours...I work 2 jobs and have never had a problem with going the whole day other than being really tired at end of day(normal I would say) but i can not even get out of bed... ## i've been on clodi... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Clonidine.
Fri, Jul 28 '17, 12:49 PM
clonidine not working
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I am taking femedipine er and clonodine 3 times a day and for spikes 0.2. Some days it keeps me down to 130/80 but some days im 155/95. What would you recommend to keep blood pressure level steady? ## Hello, Perla! How are you? You will never hit one steady number and stay there, it will always change, according to the NIH, depending on your activity levels, the foods you eat and etc. Have you been checking it at the same time of day, or at different times? Has anything changed in your diet? Do you eat a lot of salty or fatty foods? Have you been checking it while sedentary or after being active? Often, the easiest things we can do to help are proper exercise and dietary improvements, such as keeping our sodium and fat intake as low as possible. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Clonidine.
Tue, Aug 16 '16, 12:06 PM
clonidine 0. 2 mg
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I have recently been put on this drug for sleeping and well its not working at all. I have been taking one at night before bedtime which is what I was told but is it safe to take 2 since im not getting any rest with the 1? ## Also I failed to mention in last comment they are 0.2 mg ## I would recommend trying 1 1/2 first take it no more than 15 mins before bed it works fast. But if u take it 1hour or 30 mins before bed you can kind of simulate yourself into it not working then it loses its effect. Once the groggy effect wears off before your in bed most likely you will not fall asleep well. ## I would also call your doctor to let he/she know it's not working because if you increase your dose without say so to the doctor they will not be happy and you will run out of meds early. If t... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Clonidine.
Tue, Jul 04 '17, 9:28 AM
Clonidine For Tourettes
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what is the average dosage? how long does it take to work? ## How old is the person taking it? For children, the dosage can vary, depending on body weight and for adults, it can range, depending on the severity of symptoms, but is usually between 0.2 and 0.4mgs in divided doses, throughout the day. It can take 4 to 6 months for it to reach its maximum efficacy for Tourettes. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and lethargy. Learn more: ...
Updated 6 years ago in Clonidine.
Tue, Jun 28 '11, 12:09 PM
clonidine for sleep??
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Tonight will be my first night on a 0.1MG dose/nightly. I am nervous because I have read about so many diffrent outcomes with this Med. but never anygood news about sleep! So Here I go lets hope I get some if any sleep tonight! Pleas keep me posted on how your situation is going. Or if any sugestions please feel free!! ThanksXOXO Single mom of 2- age 22 ## So its been about three sleep!! Last night I slept good but I think it was because of being a all that goes with that!! But I still found my self restless and no real change...anyone with diff results?? ## Clonidine may actually cause the opposite effect in some people and could be keeping you awake. It does work for some people, but there are many other reports of it causing insomnia, rather than h... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Clonidine.
Tue, Apr 30 '13, 3:25 PM
Suboxone and Clonidine?
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How does Clonidine help with withdrawals from Sub? Does it work well? Do all your w/d symptoms go away or just certain ones like RLS? Thanks! ## It can help, but just with certain symptoms, such as anxiety, RLS and insomnia. Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness and dry mouth, as listed by the FDA. Has your doctor prescribed it for you? ## Vernon, yes I got it today and just took one 0.1. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Aug 25 '15, 2:06 PM
clonidine, Blood Pressure
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I have been on clonidine now for approx 10 months, for high blood pressure. The doctors had tried several other medications but I had so many reactions and issues we decided that the clonidine patch would work best and it has. Yes there is some fatigue and some up and down numbers but in general I have done well. MY BP was all stress related , no non medical reason. So in the past couple of months have been able to alleviate most of the stress (refinance) and I started 500mg magnesium daily and within a month my BP is getting lower and lower and lower. I was wearing 4mg of clonidine and taking (2) 1mg pills during the day as needed. Now I am down to only 2mg a day and still my BP is staying below 115/64 which is vampire state for me. (my numbers were up in the 180/100 range) soooooooooo... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Clonidine.
Thu, Apr 14 '16, 2:19 PM
Clonidine Mylan Vs Actavis
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Hello, I am on clonidine hcl 0.2 mg. twice a day. I started on the Mylan brand and only took it for one month. Then I went to a different drug store and they gave me the Actavis brand. I have been taking the Actavis brand a few months now, but it seemed like the Mylan was better. I just got a new perscription of the Mylan brand again and just took my first pill. Can you all tell me which of these two brands of clonidine hcl work best for you or if you can tell any difference. After I am on the Mylan again for awhile I will post here again and let you know if it is really better then the Actavis. Anything anybody can tell me that have tried both of these brands of this medication would be of great help. Thanks, nora ## Hi, Nora! Sorry about the problem you've had. To clear it up for ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Clonidine.
Wed, Jul 17 '13, 5:38 AM
what is clonidine 1 0 used for
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Anxiety attacks was taking anlodipin5 having palpitations at times clonidine 1 as needwd ## Hello, Diva! How are you? Clonidine is actually a very versatile medication that can help treat many medication conditions, including high blood pressure, ADHD, shift work sleep disorder, anxiety and ADHD. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, insomnia and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Clonidine.
Sun, May 22 '16, 4:19 PM
clonidine hcl effectiveness
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How long after starting clonidine will the blood pressure start to go down? ## How long does it take clonidine to start working on BP ## It varies from person to person, so there is no way to give you a set timeline. ## I am On clonidine 3times a dayalong with valsartan.Plus labetatoll.MY pressure Is still showing!160/70. When it kick in about One hour Laster it Is down to See145/70. It Is never The Same Keeps ## My blood pressure is up to 190/90. Why did it jump up so high? I am panicking. Help. ...
Updated 10 months ago in Clonidine.
Wed, Nov 16 '16, 6:53 AM
I ran out of Clonidine for my son
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Hi. My 7 year old son takes Clonidine (.1mg) once daily in the evening. He takes Concerta (37mg) in the morning. He is autistic with ADHD and anxiety. The Clonidine is to help his transition from the Concerta and to help him relax for sleep. I completely forgot to go pick up his Clonidine prescription today (it was totally my own fault), and my boyfriend took our only vehicle to work. The pharmacy is already closed. Will he be OK until tomorrow afternoon (when he gets home from school)? If not, I can have my sister go pick up his script tomorrow and take it to school... but if I do that I am worried that he will get drowsy in school. Can someone advise me on the best thing to do? I honestly don't know about this, and I am looking for some guidance. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Clonidine.
Thu, Jan 14 '16, 7:32 PM
how fast does the 2541 blood pressure pill work
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How fast does the 2541 blood pressure pills work .01mg and is it a narcotic ? ## Hello, Myron! How are you? This tablet is listed in the databases as containing 0.1mg of Clonidine, it is a medication that has quite a few medical uses. Due to its actions, it tends to have some effect immediately, but it will take about a month for it to reach its full level of efficacy in your body. Typical side effects are listed as including nausea, dizziness, constipation and loss of appetite. No, it is not a narcotic of any type. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Clonidine.
Mon, Dec 15 '14, 2:55 PM
expired clonidine 0.1mg patches
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Can I take my expired clonidine 0.1mg patches as prescribed? What would happen if I do? I used to take these when I was WD from opiates. They worked great. I need to use them again, but have no way of getting anymore. Would it be OK to use what I still have from before? Will it still help me? ## Hello, Ambrosia! How are you? How old are they? Medications tend to lose effectiveness over time, so depending on their age, they may no longer work to help you. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Clonidine.
Mon, Jul 21 '14, 4:57 PM
clonidine severe allergic reaction
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I was prescribed clonidine weekly patches to help with hot flashes. Worked great for hot flashes; continued with patches, other symptoms began and I thought they were peri-menopausal. After several months my skin began to itch, shortly after itch then I developed a rash; wearing patch became intolerable. I just stopped wearing the patch. But then those hot flashes were unbearable and went back to Dr. requesting the medication in pill form. Dr. obliged, and I thought I was a happy camper. But. . . I had a severe allergic reaction. Eyes swollen, head and body aches, drowsy, just felt really weird. Looked on internet and found that I had been having numerous severe side effects for months. My question is how long will it take for the symptoms to subside. ## I am very sorry about what happe... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Clonidine.
Sat, May 07 '16, 12:32 PM
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my daughter has been taking melatonin along with 150mg.,of trazadone for 2.5 years she has autism and has had violent episodes and complains of aches and pains etc...are these 2 drugs combined becoming dangerous now with the new mood swings,and how to ween from 50mg of melatonin and 150mg.of trazadone ## I was told my U of M pych that long term use of Melatonin can cause moodiness. I have a son with autism and he is in Riperdal. Initially cured sleep problems but seems to not be working as effectively. U of M doctor said trezadone is safer than Clonidine but have not tried it yet. I was told to discontinue the Melatonin - not advisable for long term use. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Trazodone.
Tue, Feb 26 '08, 11:11 AM
Oxycontin withdrawal
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I've been taking Oxycodone 30 mg for neuropathy several years. Recently I was hospitalized five weeks and put on OxyContin 40 mg plus Oxycodone 15 mg for breakthrough which worked like a charm. My problem being is that my 77 year old PCP won't prescribe a time-release and considers them dangerous. My question is this; how do I wean off this med using my leftover 30 and 15 mg Oxycodone until I can locate a new doctor who will prescribe the OxyContin? Plus I'll need to wean from my Oxycodone if I can't locate a doctor. I fear the withdrawal plus the horrible pain of Neuropathy returning full guns if I can't find a new doc. PLEASE someone PLEASE help me with this problem as I'm terribly frightened ## Clonidine helps for withdrawal symptoms. ## Thanks so much for ans... ...
Updated 2 months ago in OxyContin.
Tue, Aug 01 '17, 8:36 PM
methadone withdrawls
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I am I Jessup and would like to know the best over the counter to help with my methadone withdrawals and pain. Pls I have little money no insurance and hurt like never before. I'm determined to be 100 clean ## I hate to tell you this but nothing will stop your withdrawls from methadone. The only thing that may help you is ibuprofen for the fevers. I went to a physicians assistant who prescribed me gabapentin (which i am alergic to)and clonidine which only lowers your blood pressure. I am on 18 days without methadone 80mgs a day or more depending on the day and the withdrawls the first week and a half are pure hell!.... I'm feeling better in some ways but still feel paralyzed with fear whenever I have to go somewhere. Work has been extremely difficult. Nobody to take care of me f... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Methadone.
Wed, Jun 28 '17, 11:13 AM

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