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  1. Does the NHS UK use MSJ Diazepam?

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    Which medication do you most fear losing when issues happen with IOPs going offline?
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    For Me it would be Soma, I like it better than any other muscle relaxer and it better that valium or Xanax in my opinion, All the above meds were so easy to get via Dr. or online 5 years ago and then they crack down and people are doing bathtub drugs from rouge vendors and scammers, what a shame!
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    I am always afraid not to be out of stock from my somas. I have MS and I am not able to get these cuz the are not imported here any more. They really work so well for my stiffness and help me a lot when I have to work for long. The good news are that there are still some good sources from IOPs and fake ones are not so common as ******** they sell on the net. So with some reading and trying someone can get good quality for soma and most of all there a many sources so that someone has not to worry all the time in case his iop is shut down suddenly.

  5. When I was on them everyday I was so worried about not being able to order Trams.

    The thought of that withdrawl is a scary thing.

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    Sadly I use my phone and it's so darn hard to read threads on this site, I'm going to keep trying, as my sourses have been gone for months and I don't have a good one for somas any more - kinda sucks and I actually get the from a friend but they are only a few and very pricy, the dr here act like they are morphine and don't like to prescribe them because I know a lot of people who can't get them. Well I'm going to try and get my status back up so I can go back to my rank and do some reading! Wish me luck!
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  7. Diazepam...I feel criminal getting my prescription (cap in hand) for a drug that works for me. Even though I've been on all AD's, Pregabalin and horrible anti-psychotics for my depression and extreme anxiety. Tow doctors told me that with my condition it probably wasn't a good idea to give up smoking when I said I wanted to. Can you believe that!

  8. Quote Originally Posted by CM5 View Post
    Does the NHS UK use MSJ Diazepam?
    No. I've only ever seen Actavis, Crescent and Teva supplied in UK pharmacies. I think they stopped making MSJ long ago and people seem to suggest that they were only ever intended for animals. There's thread on this forum with more info MSJ 5MG Diazepam

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    Most any benzodiazepine (benzos) in it's many forms.
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  10. So friggin glad you said that! Have just joined this forum and was feeling so alone. Have been taking zolpidem to get to sleep for - jeez - must be nearly 20 years. My husband doesn't understand. Says 'why don't you just try not taking it?' Well I have done. I stay awake ALL night! I was using (senior forum only vendor) and building up a stock to avoid the panic of running out. But something has happened in the past two months and they've sent me 2 counterfeits in a row and now have gone radio silent! My doc gives me a measly 20 pills a month and constantly talks about coming off them. What is wrong with them? I've done so much research and there is NOTHING to show that ambien does any harm to anyone. Yes I've had some crazy cooking moments but I know now how to avoid all that crap and I never drink alcohol hardly at all anymore. (Zolp + alcohol = total craziness - I'm sure you know this!)

    Have ONE zolp left for tonight. No idea what I'm going to do after that.
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  11. Zopiclone for me. I use it also when I'm having particularly bad sleep spells, but it's mainly for my father. He has rather complex health and cognitive issues. Hes been prescribed them for a few years now as his doctor agreed the risk was low and the benefit of ensuring he sleeps is more crucial and important. One symptom of his problems is his body clock and logical reasoning is just not there anymore. Whereas we'd notice it's nighttime, or morning, he doesn't. For his own safety to ensure he isn't awake all day and night constantly and going out in the middle of the night, his doctor agreed he would be on sleep medication for the foreseeable future. No problem until he had to change doctors surgery and his new doctor, despite being told by former gp and hospital specialists, refuses to write his usual prescription each month. He gets them but very sparingly so not knowing what to do I looked online. I had one that we were using, UK based, that were always reliable and legit but have now become the opposite. I then made one order from another decent place so thought we were alright but that has also gone down. <MODERATOR EDITED-IMPLIED SOURCE SEEKING-VIOLATION OF FORUM RULES>
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by Sassypat View Post
    Can I ask a stupid question? If there a reason you choose the IOP route vs going to a doc? I am naive and clueless. And was also told it's not legal. Can someone provide insight? I tried it once and it was the last for me.
    As someone who has a prescription for Ambien, and good insurance coverage, I am looking into the IOP route. 10mg per night is not enough for me. I will still wake several times per night.

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