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Zolpidem Fakes?
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I have taken Zolpidem for about 10 years (10mg most nights). I live in Thailand, and I can get them from a pharmacy...although the quality seems to change. The latest ones are called Zopalet and have MP on one side of the white oval tablet (normal white 10mg shape like Sanofi style but these seem to be roughly-made and chalky, not smooth and shiny or well-made by the press machine). Does anyone know what these are? What they contain? They seem a bit different in action. Weaker and not pure either. I have a fat liver already so I want to avoid problems. What is the most common chemical in fake Ambien or Zolp? ## Bought these also, Pretty sure it's fake. Had no effect on me. ## I literally bought some of these tonight, in Bangkok. I've been getting Zolpidem forever here- for about... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Zolpidem.
Sun, May 03 '15, 10:56 AM
zolpidem images
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Round pill. 10 in on side and letters Z P L on the other. Suppose to be generic for Ambien by Geneva generics. There's so many diffrent generic pharmacies now. Everytime I get refilled it lookd different. ## That is normal with generic medications. Due to copyright reasons, I cannot post an image, but I can confirm that the tablet marked ZLP 10 does contains 10mgs of Zolpidem and is a generic or Ambien, used to treat short-term insomnia. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, funny tast in mouth and memory loss. You can read more on it here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## the pill you're posting about is the one ive been taking for months with much success. all of a sudden, my pharmacy gives me a refill and the pills are totally different, white oblo... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Zolpidem.
Sat, Oct 29 '11, 1:38 AM
Ciplar 10mg tablets
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Dear Sir/madam, I went to a Dr, while i had haed ache, and he suggested me to take CT scan.And the result of scan was normal.But in some tests it was found that i had thyroid.Doctor suggested me to take Ciplar 10mg, maprosyn,Zolpidem , thyronorm tablets.I wanted to know what is used for what and the side effects of all the tablets.Still i am getting head ache, and when i take zolpidem i am having giddiness and my body is going out of my control for sometimes. please let me know all these information in detail. ## I am happy to help you! Zolpidem is a hypnotic agent that is used for the short-term treatment of insomnia. The giddiness and other effects you are experiencing are normal side effects, which is why this one is only supposed to be taken at night, when you are going to bed. You ... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Zolpidem.
Thu, Dec 08 '16, 1:00 AM
sleeping tablet zolfresh 10mg
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What is the active ingredient of this tablet? How many of zolfresh 10mg are considered a normal dose? ## Hi Navi, I'd sure like to hope that you're not "that person" overdosing on Zolfresh. Based on my research, 10 mgs daily of the immediate release formula is the maximum recommended dose of Zolfresh (Zolpidem). There's really no good reason for a person to take anything over that; especially 50x that!! According to a drug monograph on wikipedia, an overdose of Zolpidem may lead to too much sedation as well as impaired respiratory function. Either of these could potentially develop into a coma, & in some cases death. Something very important to remember or even take note of, is that Zolpidem overdosage can be remedied with what's called a benzodiazepine recep... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Zolpidem.
Mon, Feb 13 '17, 2:38 PM
roxicodone five milligram
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I got script filled today for roxicodone 5mg and it has number 74 on one side and the letters teva on other. ## TEVA 74 does not contain Oxycodone, nor any type of narcotic pain reliever. This tablet contains 10mgs of Zolpidem, the active ingredient in Ambien, which is used for the short-term treatment of insomnia. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, hallucinations and short-term memory loss. Learn more: If you received this, instead of Roxicodone, from your pharmacy, then I think you need to go back in and have them explain the error. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Roxicodone.
Tue, Mar 22 '11, 2:47 PM
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orange and round ## Prescribed to help with sleeping better ## ZORA-10 10mg of Zolpidem tartrate color:sunset yellow lake MFG Mumbai by Cyril Each film coated tablet Safe to take?? ## I've received the same when I ordered Zolpidem online (Zora-10, sunset yellow lake, etc.) and I'm also afraid to take these and am debating throwing them away, because I've been unable to find any information online. Please help!!! ## I just got the same Zora-10 in the mail. There was no paperwork whatsoever or guidelines. I thought I would be getting normal Zolpidem.. ## I got those orange pills too. I think if no one knows I am going to flush them. ## i received these Zora-10 orange pills too.. from what i can tell no one has tried them yet, is that the case? have any of you actually tired on... ...
Updated 9 years ago in Zolpidem.
Sat, May 03 '08, 8:22 PM
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white circle pill imprinted with TEVA on one said and 74 on the other ## This tablet contains 10mgs of Zolpidem, the active ingredient in Ambien, used for the short-term treatment of insomnia. Common side effects can include: nausea, dizziness, hallucinations and funny taste in mouth. Read more: Do you have any other questions? ## what would this pill be called? ## ambien ## I have been on generic ambiem on and off for 8 YRS SO my body knows generic ambiem well. I know chemicalyl we are not all the same. Some generic do work good enough, but the white tev a with 74 on other side does not help me sleep at all. I did take 2 and not the normal sleepy. It feels like benydral or vistril. I have to call dr. I need others like me so we can get what works for us. Also so I can show her others a... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Zolpidem.
Mon, Apr 04 '16, 8:29 PM
venlor mirterron
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I have had depression since 2nd week of December last year. First of all the general practitioner put me on following combination i.e. fluoxetine, tripiline (spelling?) and sleeping tablet (Zolpidem). 3 months ago I went to a Psychiatrist due to bad insomnia. He put me on Mirteron, starting with 15mg, month later increased it to 30mg, and last month to 45mg – these I take at night 21h00pm. At 22h00pm I take a Zolpidem sleeping table (10mg). My sleep is average 4-5 hours (22h00pm – 03h00am). My depression has shown an increase but not desired effect. Therefore the psychiatrist prescribed Venlor 75mg. After taking my 1st tablet yesterday morning (08h00am), I felt so drugged, and I have no emotions whatsoever. Is this normal? I just want to make sure before I phone my psychiatrist ...
Updated 1 year ago in Fluoxetine.
Sat, Sep 24 '16, 11:20 PM
Taking 20mgs of Brintellix at night - Having difficulty sleeping
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I started on 5mgs of Brintellix in February. All my anxiety was gone after the first few days but my depression remained bad. I gradually brought my dose up to 20mg 6 weeks ago and yesterday my depression was almost gone. I also have roller-coaster downs on this tab. Hopefully it's kicked in. The only thing is I can't sleep. I take Zolpidem 10mg at 12am and Urbanol 10mg when I wake up at 3:30am. My sleep is restless as I look after my mom and dad in their 80's. My mom has silent stroke dementia, so my day is very stressful. I'm in a bad mood which is not normal for me but think it's stress from caring for my folks. I keep thinking I should try going off Brintellix and see if I'll do any better... ## Most of the medications in this class can cause that for a few w... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Brintellix.
Sun, Aug 06 '17, 6:33 AM

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