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taking temazepan tablet at night and waking up coughing?

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How long does it take luvox 50mg to work also I have been taking half a temazepan tablet at night for sleep and I've been waking up coughing through the night and the next morning it's causing me to have a really sore throat and lost voice


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replied July 12th, 2011
Anxiety and Stress Answer A24982
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Luvox is an antidepressant drug used for treating anxiety,depression etc.The drug is started with a small dose and if required the doses are adjusted accordingly.It has to be taken for time period depending on the response and cannot be stopped abrubptly otherwise side effects are reported.It might take few months for the drug to be effective but along with that you also need to increase the will power and do some form of meditation/Yoga which will help you in overcoming the symptoms.
Temazepan can cause side effects as flu like symptoms.If you are not able to sleep even after taking it for a week kindly discuss with your treating doctor regarding this as you might require dose adjustment or change of pill.Consider visiting your GP for evaluation.

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