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Karyn Jones
Karyn Jones, Mental Health Professional
Category: Mental Health
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Experience:  Diploma of Counselling and Transactional Analysis Counselling, Lifeline counselling, Pastoral Care.
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I have a friend that took a half of a pill clonidine and she

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hello i have a friend that took a half of a pill clonidine and she hasnt been the same since saturday. she been forgetting alot of things that happen what should i do.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Mental Health
Expert:  Karyn Jones replied 6 years ago.
Hello my name is ***** ***** you for bringing your concerns to Just Answer...with regards ***** ***** friend and her symptoms..for which I am very sorry to hear of..
I suspect that she is experiencing a side effect of this medication (Clonidine)...memory impairment is one of these...with regards ***** ***** blood flow to the brain hence memory loss.. ...
Because your friend has only taken a small dose of this drug..I would be inclined to check in with either her Dr and or her local pharmacist to discuss 'flushing' the residue out of her system...Usually, this is done by way of drinking plenty of water (daily) and via taking vitamin B+..amino acid ( these help to reduce side effects and replenish depleted serotonin levels in her body) ..Please discuss further with your local pharmacy and or Dr they will be able to advice her of the best product on the market to help with this..
I do hope that this has been helpful to you...and hope that after this she will begin to feel more like herself again...if this has been helpful then please 'accept' my response as it also helps greatly to keep this valuable service going for you and others alike in the future..and I wish you and her all the very best...
Kind thoughts
Karyn J ( ProfClinicalDipCounBMin)