I've talked to my doctor about not being able to sleep at all - I tend to stay up watching the clock hoping to fall asleep. This happens almost every night. So my doctor gave ambien (10mg). I have to take 1/2 of the pill every night and have been doing this for a year or so. Now I am afraid that this is not good for me, so I try to take that melatonin (10 mgs) - I even take 2 of them and they still don't work. Does anyone have any suggestions?View Thread
My large right toe nail is always thick. I've had problems and it got infected and had some of the toel nail trimmed off. The foot doctor said I have a toe nail fungus and did treat me with lamisil. While taking the lamisil it looked better after several months. But now I am off the lamisil for some time now and it is starting to look bad again. The nail is thick and bothers. I really don't want to get back on lamisil again - because I really don't think it cleared it 100%. I am thinking about the laser treatment but not to sure about how successful it is. They told me one treatment is all I need - then in 6 months I should start seeing a good result. What would you recommend?
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