pronounced boo-tal-ba-tall... its a seditive and a few years ago i had a runin with it... my doc gave it to me for tension headakes... i was on it for about a year and was taking about 15 tabs a day.... it worked on me as a stimulant and i went off it CT because the dr that was giving it to me got busted and lost his licens.. i dont remember having any withdraws other than anxity.. and the WD ordeal only lasted a few days.. jeffjeff
Hi I used to take Fiorinal. I was give very low does phenobarbitol in the hospital. I was in a nuero unit where they gave me IV depakote every 8 hrs for 5 days to break my headache cycle. It worked for a bit. No sleeping pill and no headache meds and just the pheno to curb the w/d from fiorinal...it is a barbituate. Hope this helps a little. Now I get botoxed for my migraines, IT WORKS :)
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