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Dr. Oscar Novick
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Vomiting (Definition)

Nausea is the sensation of having an urge to vomit. Vomiting is forcing the contents of the stomach up through the esophagus and ...Read more


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What is Ambien (zolpidem) used for?

What is Ambien (zolpidem) used for?

Insomnia: Ambien (zolpidem) has an indication for the short term treatment of insomnia. In clinical practice is not only used on a short-term basis. ...Read more

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Is Ambien (zolpidem) considered a narcatic?

Is Ambien (zolpidem) considered a narcatic?

Category IV: Ambien, the brand name for zolpidem, is a category IV controlled substance per the controlled substances act determined by the dea and fda. That means that zolpidem, like other benzodiazepines and their "relatives" have a potential for abuse/dependence. ...Read more

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Is subutex safe with ambien (zolpidem)?

Is subutex safe with ambien (zolpidem)?

It is safe: no drug interactions between these two drugs. It is a very common combination. ...Read more

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How do you stop Ambien (zolpidem) addiction?

How do you stop Ambien (zolpidem) addiction?

Detox and treatment: Ambien (zolpidem) addition can be very dangerous. If tapering doesn't work, a formal detox is needed. Ambien (zolpidem) detox is similar to alcohol or other sedative detox. Detox with benzodiazepines, barbiturates or anticonvulsants is the most likely withdrawal treatment after detox, treat the addiction like you would any other, with abstinence, therapy, support groups, drug screening, etc. ...Read more

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How long will Ambien (zolpidem) stay in urine?

24 hours: The answer to your question will vary with gender, dosing, and frequeny of use. If you take the medication once, it should be out of your system in 24 hours if you are average. ...Read more

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Is memory loss from Ambien (zolpidem) permanent?

Is memory loss from Ambien (zolpidem) permanent?

Unlikely: Memory loss is not an uncommonly seen "side effect" of the sedative hypnotics. I'd discuss with your prescribing physician, as you may benefit from a lower dose, or perhaps a completely different medication. Good luck. ...Read more

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Is 5mg of ambien ok while pregnant for insomnia?

Why chance it: Prescription drugs are rarely studied in pregnant women, and since this drug enters your brain, it will,also enter your baby's brain. Forget ambien, and take L tryptophan or melatonin instead. Keep the bedroom dark and quiet, only,use BR for sex or sleep. No TV, reading and especially no iPad, computer, or cell,phone before sleep ...Read more

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Could you mix Ambien (zolpidem) and hydrocodone?

No: Both of these medications can cause respiratory depression and when mixed together may cause exacerbated effects. ...Read more

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Is it safe for children to take ambien (zolpidem)?

Is it safe for children to take ambien (zolpidem)?

Ambien (zolpidem): Not safe, not approved, although off-label use in under 18 years of age has been reported. ...Read more

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Ambien (Definition)

Zolpidem is a sleep-inducer which is a kind of ...Read more