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I’ve been taking melatonin every other night some five years ago. I don’t remember for sure, but if I’m not mistaken, I took it about half an hour before I went to bed. Additionally, I did meditations and took a hot shower before bedtime to relax.
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He forgot the novacaine.
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You can use Ventolin. It is the usual otc asthma inhaler for emergencies.
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Is it Caverta by Ranbaxy? So, “serge61” why don’t you contact the drug manufacturer? They should be interesting in knowing that someone is producing counterfeit versions of their drugs.
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Drugs are usually safe when they are used by the person they were prescribed for and taken according to the doctor’s instructions. But that doesn’t make the drugs safe for someone else to take.
When doctors write prescriptions, they are treating a specific condition. They also think about their patients’ height, weight, age, allergies, medical problems, and the other drugs that the patients are taking. Then they tell their patients how much of a drug to take, when to take it, how to take it, and what not to mix with it.
But when you take a medicine prescribed for someone else, you have no idea how your body and brain will react. You could be taking many times the amount that a doctor would prescribe for you. Or you might be taking something that a doctor would never prescribe for you because it would cause you more harm than good, or because it is meant to treat a problem you don’t have.
Taking a drugs without prescription is like playing with fire.
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