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Ambien is also a trip. Mother in law gave me one when I was in Telluride to combat the time change and elevation change. I tried to build a fort in bed. Correction. I laid out plans for a castle.
Yuch. Ambien. My Man said I was once crawling around the bed talking baby talk after taking an Ambien (or maybe it was a Halcyon. I had horrible time sleeping after my second child weaned.)I remember nothing about it, once we had sex after I had been given some antianxiety meds, and I didn't remember it. Never again.
As I have crappy health and have been on over 50 meds just to try to treat my migraines alone, I think I don't have room to put all the side effects I've had, from hallucinations (from a mixture of Prozac and a strong tricyclic antidepressant) to more hallucinations from Valproate, to not being able to breathe on beta blockers to feeling like I might be having a heart attack on triptans (Zomig, Imitrex, etc) to being nearly unconscious from muscle relaxants to not being able to "find" nouns when on Topomax and more.
I have to take meds in order to live, but I have been through a lot to find the meds that work without messing me up.