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 <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>classification</span>, 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 <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>classification</span> 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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