Coming of mert after 17 days

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After being on amoxicilin for 8yrs for insomnia only dr decided need a change he took me staight of them cold turkey onto zopiclone nogo then zolpidem bad side effects and to come of now been on mirt 3.5-5 mg 14 days broken sleep all night then 7.5 straight 2hrs then broken altogether bèn on 18 days can i come staight of and ask for amoxicilin again

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    I thought Mirtazepine 15mg was the lowest dose?? I am in it and it helps, but omg 45mg Mirtazepine really helped me sleep-10hrs straight!

    I wouldn't suggest you go cold turkey. Can you not increase dose with your dr?

    Never heard of amoxycillin for insomnia ?? thought they were just antibiotics?

    Wish you all the best x

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    isn't amoxicillin an antibiotic? or am I wrong on this?

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    Hello Kevin Amoxicilin is an antibiotic ? I thought 

    Your Specialist will follow a certain pathway and may not look back, it all depends on how your body has been reacting. I really get confused with all th drugs they push down our throats. See how it goes. Tell us how you got on

    BOB

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    Yes it is a AD I take it as a medication to spare me pain from nerve damage that is part of my PSA.

    The mediation does work for me as an additional AD and I take them at night to let me sleep with my Citalopram. If I took them during th day I would be a zombie if I took them in the morning

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