Antihistamine drugs classification

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sedative tranquilizers I take serax sometimes its a sleeping pill thats a benzo Its a family of drugs. they are addictive if taken daily for a long time. ativan is one valium stuff that makes you tired and stop anxiety instantly ie attacks.
I was given thru these last 6 years after my accident in 2000 the following drugs; Vicodin, Percoset, Flexeril, (a different muscle relaxant also I forgot the name), many sleeping pills all of which SUCKED badly .... Also Morphine, I have had three tapered does of steroids to decrease swelling when I could not walk during various flare ups which always came in Winter. I also took some antidepressant that was for neuropathy of S1 aka sciatica. An old one ... amityptilyine? In a tiny dose.
I did get the Lunesta, but it does not work all that great for me. I can't take the drugs in the NSAIDS classification, so for any pain, it's Tylenol, only about 2 of them a day. If I have a lot of pain, then, I might take a little of my Ultram, but I try to not take it regular when I don't need it. Being off treatment, I don't need the Ultram as much.
I am a 37 year old female and I read twintwo's comment and I have had every symptom she has described and then some.
speed, similar to drugs like sudaphed (a precursor to amphetamine). PHENYLEPHRINE HCL falls under the same classification of drugs as real speed, namely "SYMPATHOMIMETIC (ADRENERGIC) AGENTS." You've developed an addiction to what amounts to a very mild, amphetamine-like substance. If used in sufficient doses, I imagine it gives you a very mild lift in the same way a couple of sudaphed decongestant pills would. Just be thankful you're not hooked on a true amphetamine.
chlorophenamine) which I am taking one every 5 hours, frequent cleaning (every 2 hours) of the area with Aqueous Cream BP (+ covering the area with the cream) and using the pantyliners. These actions reduced the itch by %80. then I had my appointment after 2 month of waiting: She assumed it is Lichen Planus but I'll have a biopsy soon to diagnose it. I'll let you know about the result.
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