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lymegal23
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Ive been on Biaxen and Planequil for 2 and 1/2 months now. Ive read alot of people experience vivid dreams on Biaxen. I wasnt having them until two weeks ago. now everynite, I have MULTIPLE vivid dreams. Its actually quite funny bcuz the dreams seem so real and when I wake up I remember them and end up laughing about them

Altho why did it take this long to start getting dream side effects of the biaxen? is this a good sign? that its passing the blood brain barrier?

whats your opinion?

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I think thats a good sign!
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I did have the crazy dreams, doc & I discussed...neuro toxins...???
took xanax so I could sleep soundly. it passed. took biaxin for many months, 6-8? maybe. wtih many other things. brain work much better.
dreams are crazy, vivid, you do have to laugh ( at this whole crazy ride) hang on! T

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i have them 2, but they started 1 year ago in levaquin and bactrim, they are annoying because you wake up very tired
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I always wake up tired no matter what, for some reason, the dreams feel good to me. As insane as they can be.
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