Our expert says:
I have already tried to answer this the other time it was posted, though there are gremlins in the forum sysrtem, which have been extremely frustrating for me. You really need to discuss this in detail with the prescribing doctor. Changing the timing of the meds might help, but check this with him. Aterax is very sedative and best taken at night.
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