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First, the reccommended dose is 10 mg for adults and 5 mg for the elderly or hepatically impaired. No where does the PI say anything about 2.5 starting doses. Second, Ambien is to be taken DIRECTLY before you are ready to go to sleep, this will avoid any problems like earlygrace had mentioned. Ambien is in the hypnotic class but is NOT a benzodiazapene. It has a chemically unique structure that helps to limit is addictive qualities.
Might consider stopping the neomycin as 10% of people taking it develop allergies to it. Might consider just using the dexamathason for a 7-10 days. I'm assuming you do not wear contacts. If you do the contacts are the cause 99% of the time. There are many things that you could be allergic to that could cause this including cosmetics, hair coloring, nail polish, food allergies, perfumes, etc. If you get no relief consider seeing a cornea/external disease ophthalmologist.
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