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zolefresh how hard to get over
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How difficult to get over this tab cause I'm taking it for past 11 yrs I take 2 tabs every night ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Thu, Mar 17 '16, 3:29 AM
tablet zolefresh 20 mg is good for health it be overdose
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Tablet Zolefresh 20 mg. Prescription by doctor for sound sleep is good for health ,at the age of 60 years since four months . that I have no sleep without this pills , if occasionally missed the pill I have not sleep and get acidic for next morning please advice ## You should follow your doctor's instructions for taking the medication, because not sleeping, at all, is very detrimental to your health and far more risk than taking the medication. The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, sleep actions, hallucinations, and next day hangover-like effects. Are you on any other medications? ...
Updated 10 months ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Tue, Nov 29 '16, 11:00 PM
my friend took 50 tablets of zolafresh 10 mg at a time
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One of my close friends consumed 50 tablets of zolefresh 10 mg tablets. So I want to know what could happen to him? ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Sat, Jun 25 '16, 8:29 PM
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This is my second day taking Acxion, is 1:39 am and I can't sleep, is this a side effect or something else. By the way I bougth Acxion in Mexico, is the same quality, because is the same lab. ## I had taken alprax for few years and i have become so addicted that i used to send my children even at midnight with prescription for this medicine. Now I am taking zolefresh and more or less I am comfortable with this medicine though there are some palpitation problem I am facing. My question is that is there no medicine for insomnia ...
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Wed, Aug 24 '11, 9:28 AM

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