Is Libotryp Sleeping Pill

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Prothiaden or libotryp
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I have haitus hernia problem so gestro advice me to take prothiaden in night before sleeping,I also have a vitamin d deficiency so I mostly feel low on energy,I was drug addict before after I quit taking drugs,I have a headache problem from last one year'so recently I consult to neurologist also he advice me to take libotryp in night so now I'm confused should I take prothiaden and libotryp same time or only one of them because they both are anti depression medicines. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Fri, Mar 25 '16, 10:17 AM
libotryp 12.50mg and its side effects
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Is libotryp tab a sleeping pill. What are the side effects this tablet for taking long period. ## Hello, Joseph! How are you? Libotryp contains the active ingredient Chlordiazepoxide, it is a sedative hypnotic, so yes, it can be used to help with sleep issues. Learn more Libotryp details here. Side effects may include nausea, drowsiness, fainting and skin rash. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Chlordiazepoxide.
Fri, Sep 27 '13, 4:06 PM
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I am 63 years old female.suffering from high BP and sleep disorder. i am presently taking ATEN 25 at 7 pm and LIBOTRYP at 9 pm after a gap of every 2-3 days I feel very uneasyness. tired and weak. sleep is also for about 5 hrs in night. please advise if the timing of the medicine is ok or ATEN25 should be taken early. or change sleeping pill ? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Sleep Aid.
Sun, Aug 19 '12, 12:23 AM

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