richardrodriguez

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  • in reply to: ETIZOLAM — Description #1352
    richardrodriguez
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    But you get your sleep, that’s what’s important.

    in reply to: ETIZOLAM — Special Considerations #1340
    richardrodriguez
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    Etizolam has similar effects with other benzos but with lesser side effects. If you’re a benzo dependent, you may trick your mind by taking etizolam. It makes your body think that it still gets the benzo it craves solving your present issues while slowly minimizing your long term concerns.

    in reply to: ETIZOLAM — Special Considerations #1338
    richardrodriguez
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    I experienced running out of Etizolam and other than from little anxiety that I had. There were no other serious effects that I experience after having none of it in stock. My body still searches for it though. But not to the point that I can’t live my life anymore or have some body problems.

    in reply to: ETIZOLAM — Description #1336
    richardrodriguez
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    Basically, it’s a safer way to treat your sleeping problems.

    in reply to: TAPENTADOL — Description #1136
    richardrodriguez
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    I have chronic joint pains so Tapentadol really helps with the pain and allows me to sleep.

    in reply to: TAPENTADOL — Special Considerations #1135
    richardrodriguez
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    Perhaps, it’s a different girl that you brought home that you’re talking to? haha.

    in reply to: ETIZOLAM — Special Considerations #1134
    richardrodriguez
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    This is way better than the Xanax that I used to take. The headache that I get from drinking it has significantly way less painful and shorter.

    in reply to: ETIZOLAM — Description #1133
    richardrodriguez
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    I thought it was just me. It seems that some people are becoming dependent on benzos. I had Etizolam for quite a while now and it works just for what it was intended for. No dependence experienced compared with the diazepam that I used to take.

    in reply to: SILDENAFIL — Special Considerations #1132
    richardrodriguez
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    This drug makes me unable to sleep which is a good thing when you’ve been tired all day but you end up having sex all night. However, the sleeping problem lasts for 2 – 3 days. Not to mention the headache it causes me. I don’t know if it’s because of the meds or because of the lack of sleep. I just hope the side effects will go away soon and won’t cause me to be sleep deprived anymore. 1 good night of rock hard sex in exchange for a couple of nights of sleep deprivation. Can’t I just have a good sex life without paying these prices?!

    in reply to: IVERMECTIN — Special Considerations #1131
    richardrodriguez
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    Nah. I rather have my peace than go through all the hassle. I wouldn’t want to work in a company who treat people like that anyway. I found a new job. A better place with a better pay. It turned out to be for the better in the end.

    in reply to: TAPENTADOL — Description #1115
    richardrodriguez
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    I tried both Taps and Tramadol. The withdrawal symptoms I had with Tramadol were terrible. That’s why I faced the other way and took Tapentadol instead.

    in reply to: IVERMECTIN — Special Considerations #1114
    richardrodriguez
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    I lost my job cause I had COVID a few months back, It didn’t turn out worse and I was healthy. I lost my job however, and my employer ain’t taking any risk from having me back despite me being totally cleared of the virus. I wished I have taken Ivermectin. If I did, I might not have gotten infected in the first place.

    in reply to: RANITIDINE — Description #1047
    richardrodriguez
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    Thanks for the information! I think I’ll just take the ranitidine in the morning and my fiber supplement at night. That way, I wouldn’t need to keep track of the length of time between both medications.

    in reply to: RANITIDINE — Description #1045
    richardrodriguez
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    Been taking fiber supplements for a few months now and was just prescribed with ranitidine. Is this safe if I take it at the same time?

    in reply to: RABEPRAZOLE – Description #1032
    richardrodriguez
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    I’m on this medication for six months now. Is this okay for long term? I’m a bit worried.

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