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Midazolam (Dormicum)

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Kreayshawn

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midazolam

 

Decided awhile back to add a sample pack to my next TTM order. However they once were in the anxiety section and now can be found under insomnia; so I thought they were OOS for good. My interest is still there and I was curious if anyone here could give feedback on it. TTM has the Roche brand so I know I'm good on that end. Just want to be responsible and also have something on hand for these sleepless nights I've been struggling with.

 

Thanks for the feedback

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Guinevere

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midazolam

 

Decided awhile back to add a sample pack to my next TTM order. However they once were in the anxiety section and now can be found under insomnia; so I thought they were OOS for good. My interest is still there and I was curious if anyone here could give feedback on it. TTM has the Roche brand so I know I'm good on that end. Just want to be responsible and also have something on hand for these sleepless nights I've been struggling with.

 

Thanks for the feedback

 

Hey, Kreayshawn, :)

 

I assume that since you posted the Wikipedia link on this med, you are pretty well informed on its properties. Still here are some details.

 

Dosage can vary tremendously, depending on the patient and the purpose : 0.05 to 0.5 mg/kg.

 

TTM's Dormicum come in 15mg tablets.

 

If one weighs 100 kg, for example :

0.05 mg/kg X 100 kg = 5 mg = 1/3 tablet

0.5 mg/ kg / 100 kg = 50 mg = 3.333 tablets

 

If one is a petite 50 kg :

0.05 mg/kg X 50 kg = 2.5 mg = 1/6 tablet

0.5 mg/ kg / 50 kg = 25 mg = 1.6666 tablets

 

Md@zlm's half life is so short (1.5 - 2.5 hours) that I would not advise taking it to treat "difficulty in falling asleep" insomnia as chances that you will wake up at 2 or 3 o'clock in the morning are pretty high. You do not want to take a second dose in the middle of the night; that would put you on the dangerous path to dependency.

 

It's used mainly as a preoperative sedative and an anaesthetic induction agent, precisely because the effect is so short lasting. But make no mistake, it is also very strong.

 

When I first tried it, I went for one pill. Obviously not enough; I took a second one 20 minutes later.

 

The next time, I took two and needed to add a third one to finally fall asleep. Now, I take the 45 mg all at once, as it is far more effective to take the efficient dose all at once than spreading the intake over half an hour.

 

I have to add that even as a teenager, I was pretty resistant to pre-op sedatives and/or anxiolytics. And no, I did not induce that resistance by the recreational use of  drugs, legal or not ;) . As a matter of fact, I was - and still am - pretty damn straight :P .

 

I think that I will cut a few pills in two in advance and keep them in my vial. The next time I need to take some md@zlm because I really need to get back to sleep without feeling drowsy in the morning, I'll of for 2½ ablets (37.5 mg).

 

My advice to you would be to start with ONE 15 mg tablet and see how it goes.

 

I hope it was helpful.

 

Take care,

 

G.

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Kreayshawn

Thanks for the reply. I will report back on my thoughts of this compound.

 

Appreciate all the info you provided.

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Kreayshawn

I LOVED IT!  :wub:

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timothy329131

Anything above a single 15mg pill (Dormicum - Roche) is excessive. 15mg knocks most people flat, unless you're like 350lbs or something.

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A.C.

Only thing I wanna know, is if anyone thinks this med would be useful for someone like me w/ a huge tolerance.. for a dentist appt.. I know I'll need 3-4, but I won't go otherwise.. last time I went I fell asleep during a root canal ;) but that was my intention.. why they won't ever give me N2O I have no clue I offer to pay for it but nope.. and I don't think they'd let me come in w/ my own lil tank ha!

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bdz

I tried ttm pill versed - before ttm pulled its exit scam - and I HATED the ultra-short 1/2 life.  I woke up after only 2 hrs and couldn't fall back to sleep function well or think straight.  I was very cranky!  Halcion has a short 1/2 life too, but isn't as bad if I need to get more sleep.

Now, I.V. Versed, given by an RN, (extra, I told the anesthesiologist, due to my benzo dependence and tolerancy), along w/ Propofol!  Yum!  Great twilight sedation.  Way better IV'd by a nurse :)  The operation was only about 1/5-2 hrs anyway.  Great nap.

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Nirvanadone87
On 12/23/2014 at 7:22 PM, timothy329131 said:

Anything above a single 15mg pill (Dormicum - Roche) is excessive. 15mg knocks most people flat, unless you're like 350lbs or something.

i took almost a whole blister pack of 10  7.5mg Roche ones and i was some what disapointed i though it was gona blow me away and be super euphoric but i just woke up few hours later sober with chocolate smeared all on my shirt i guess i fell asleep eating some lol

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