My sister, Sherry, used Ambien for a sleeping aid for a few months until she noticed she was having trouble remembering things. She has since stopped taking ambien but is still suffering from short-term memory loss. It has progressed to the point that she can no longer work. This has totally devasted her life and our whole family is searching for answers. At this time she is seeing a neurologist and is undergoing intensive testing. If you or someone you know has had similar problems please let me know.
Hey, I only took it for 4-5 months and my memory loss caused me to loss my job, home. I dont remember yesterday and ive been off now for 2 months. im seeing my doctor tomorrow if he says anything that i can manage to remember ill post it on here
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