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I’ve tried 3, but no luck so far. I’ve had them once at home, so have got the tablet box with my details on them…

 

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Zopiclone is not sold or prescribed in Thailand.

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I've asked in several places but none have stocked zoplicone, your best bet is to go to Buakhao clinic opposite Sugar Sugar & ask for an alternative. 

I did & whatever they gave me worked exactly the same but as it's been 3 years since last trip I can't remember what I was given.

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Think he’s asking for Zolpidem.

I bought some last trip, recommended by a retired UK GP I was playing golf with, can’t get them in UK without a prescription.

Also sold as a generic Stilnox.

Bought them at a pharmacy on 2nd road just up from Kiss food

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I've been taking Melatonin for around 25 years and sleep really great!  Goood luck!

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3 minutes ago, Illinoischicago said:

I've been taking Melatonin for around 25 years and sleep really great!  Goood luck!

Was going to try Melatonin....even go prescription from GP but the pharmacy worker said no good with alcohol use.now I presumed she meant don’t take them at the same time as drinking but she said no if you drink at all you shouldn’t use it???

Skippy 

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1 minute ago, SkippyRoo said:

Was going to try Melatonin....even go prescription from GP but the pharmacy worker said no good with alcohol use.now I presumed she meant don’t take them at the same time as drinking but she said no if you drink at all you shouldn’t use it???

Skippy 

I am a drinker and have never had a problem; I have never heard about any conflict between melatonin use and booze.  Melatonin is a hormone that the body produces naturally but the production begins to diminish as the body ages; could be argued that this is the reason that elderly people have trouble sleeping.

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4 minutes ago, SkippyRoo said:

Was going to try Melatonin....even go prescription from GP but the pharmacy worker said no good with alcohol use.now I presumed she meant don’t take them at the same time as drinking but she said no if you drink at all you shouldn’t use it???

Skippy 

I used to watch the show "Skippy" when I was a young boy in America.  When I was touring through Tasmania, I was happily surprised to see it come on the television in the morning before I had to leave.

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  • 3 weeks later...

I went to Bangkok Hosp and made a appt with a psychiatrist, explained my sleep problems and I'm taking Zoplidem 10mg for the last 20 years and gave him my last bottle from home. He gave me enough zolpidem to last me my entire trip and if I need another fill to return.  The Dr. Visit was 2500 baht and the pills costed more then the visit, 50 pills was 4000 baht. So you can get through this route. 

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