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  1. Maryjo says:

    Zolpidem (Ambien, Stilnox) is a prescription medication used for the treatment " no-go pills" to help aviators and special duty personnel sleep in support of mission . Zolpidem should be avoided in those with a history of Alcoholism, drug misuse, . Like the vast majority of benzodiazepine-like molecules, zolpidem has no

  2. Svetlana says:

    Let me start by saying its always important for your doctor to know your medical background, so I do think you need to be open about your past. Only your doctor would know if there is a connection to your present problems or not. Your doctor is there to help you not judge you.All of the tests you have asked about are very similar. They arent new so its hard to understand why your doctor has never heard of them.Arthrography uses a special form of x-ray called fluoroscopy and a contrast material to assess the function of joints, evaluate cartilage, ligament and tendon problems.MRI Arthrography is basically the same but instead of x-ray an MRI is done.Discogram is an enhanced CT of the disks in the back using dye to observe structural changes in each disk to determine if its causing the pain.Epiduragraphy is a x-ray visualization of the epidural space.Facet nerve injections are a procedure that identifies the source of irritation in the joints of the spine. Steroids are injected which anesthetize the joints and block the pain.Myelogram uses dye and x-rays or CT to see the nerve roots and spinal cord.If your medications arent helping even though the dose has been increased, then maybe you should consider seeing a doctor in a larger city who has had more experience with this problem. You are much too young to feel like this. Good luck.

  3. Sulema says:

    i take ambian n my riend ambian for sleep i ran out n my friend gav gave me a small oval realy an ambian n what pill rdy 479 is this mill is it ? my doc perscribed me genaric

  4. Bruna says:

    The total Ambien dose for an adult should not exceed 10 mg per day. Anything over this amount could be potentially fatal. More:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-fatal-dose-of-ambian-sleeping-pill

  5. Jonna says:

    Ambien is a sedative, also called a hypnotic. It affects chemicals in your brain that may become unbalanced and cause sleep problems (insomnia). Anything can happen if you take more than directed. Your current weight and health situation pl… More:http://www.chacha.com/question/how-many-ambian-sleeping-pills-does-someone-have-to-take-to-overdose-and-die

  6. Kelsey says:

    You think of Nam and it’s horrors of being dickslapped and cummed on by cumm-unists. More:http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081104204109AAmDtg8

  7. Fidelia says:

    Ambien/Ambien CR is a sleep aid medication that is a small, round, light blue tablet with an A insignia on it.

  8. Kisha says:

    Ambien sleeping pills can cause side effects that include anxiety, drug, in the hypnotic category, and–like every medication–it does have its side effects. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/video_5113267_side-effects-ambien-sleeping-pills.html

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