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i take 1.5mg of bromazepam daily and i caught a severe attack of the flu today. is it okay if i take nyquil along with this medication?

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Dr. Krishna Kumar
54 years experience Psychiatry
Medication effects: I understand your desire to have good sleep. Bromazepam helps with Anxiety which can help you sleep. Using Nyquil with Bromazepam may increase drowsiness, dizziness and some impairment in thinking and judgment. See your Physician for your severe attack of flu and treatment. See Psychiatrist for Therapy, discuss benefits and side effects of Bromazepam; its interaction with Nyquil, and Relaxation.
Answered on Nov 28, 2017

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