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    franr posted:
    Good morning
    well after 8 night s of no sleep I was able to sleep off and on every two hours.At least I feel 1/2 normal today. My MD told me to take 1/2 #mgm of lunesta with my klonapin and ultram last night. Has anyone else taken thsi drug before and what results . I am so happy I rejoined this group after many years it is so supportive and informative. It appears once you have fibro you always have it ,it may go into remission even for a long time but one factor is all you need to set it off. Fran
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    An_249441 responded:
    Tramadol (Ultram) disrupts my sleep horribly, to the point where I don't sleep at all. I use it now only for daytime pain, no Tramadol after 4pm.

    I believe others here have had similar experiences with it. Perhaps that is contributing to your problem.


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