Klonopin Blue Vs Green

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Sarah Says:
 
I usually am given the GREEN #98 833 1mg clonazepam, but when I filled px today, she gave me the BLUE v2531 1mg clonazepam. Could someone please let me know which are known to be better? Thanks

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Cudos2OurGvment Says:
 
It truley a shame that SO MANY PEOPLE are going through these awful circumstances of not being able to gain access to Pain Medication that they desperately need for chronic pain. I'm not particularly religous but It's absolutely a SIN! Seriously, to hear of all of the ppl out there suffering, I find it extremely dis-heartening and very sad!

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David Says:
 
Hi Sarah,

There's only two differences that I noticed between the two pills; one being that they are manufactured by different companies. 93 833 is manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals USA and V 2531 is manufactured by Qualitest Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Additionally, there is a slight variation of inactive ingredients. Certain inactive ingredients can be a strong indicator of how the drug effects you versus it's effectiveness for someone else. It can determine how the drug is absorbed by your body and other things of that nature.

Inactive Ingredients found in 93 833 are as follows:
- lactose monohydrate
- magnesium stearate
- microcrystalline cellulose
- povidone
- water
- corn starch
- D&C Yellow No. 10
- aluminum oxide
- FD&C Blue No. 1

Inactive Ingredients found in V 2531 are as follows:
- silicon dioxide
- croscarmellose sodium
- lactose monohydrate
- magnesium stearate
- microcrystalline cellulose
- FD&C Blue No. 1

Other than the inactive ingredient list, you can be assured that they are the same drug and same dosage. It may just come down to personal preference when deciding on which one appears to work best for you based on the inactive ingredients.

I hope this helps!

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T Says:
 
I find the qualitest "blue" work much better for me. I find a big difference between the two.

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dory Says:
 
Judgement surrounds people that are unfortunate to live with chronic pain. As an RN, I find it literally sickening to hear the words, "they are just drug seeking"....I am an advocate for proper pain control and make it clear to all Physicians. How would they like to be writhing in bed with pain?

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lol vega Says:
 
Me to. And they dissolve faster

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RantBack Says:
 
It's truly a shame that someone so uneducated can post on a thread when they have no useful input and a jaded opinion!! It's the same medicine, just different companies, and she is getting it! No kudos for you.

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carrie Says:
 
i agree my husband is suffering from back and knee pain,and no dr will give him narcotic pain meds of which is what he needs.it is bulls***

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J M Says:
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I have a pinched nerve in my shoulder, and the pain runs down my arm and up my neck. Will clonazepam help?

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Foxy1 Says:
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No. Klonopin is prescribed for anxiety. But a hot bath with Epsom salt should do wonders! Or a moist heating pad to your shoulder.

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miller Says:
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Find a new dr ... If he's in that much pain but kpins aren't for pain ...its for anxiety ...

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shaun Says:
 
I am on clonazepam (benzo's) and it never has worked for that. But it is scientifically proven no 2 people react the same as the other does on the same drug. Having said that, Flexiral wrong on spelling but it is a muscle relaxer and will do wonders. super low very low potential for abuse.

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Kyle Says:
 
It will not take away the pain but it will calm you to the point to where you may not associate with your pain as much. 1 mg isn't going to do the trick though. If you have never taken them before I'd start with 2 mg. If you are use to taking them, I'd suggest upwards around 4-6 mg.

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MICHELLE Says:
 
THE BLUE ONES I WAS JUST PRESCRIBED NOT WORKING. THE GREEN WERE FINE.. IT'S LIKE THEY ARE 25 PERCENT OF DOSE OR SOMETHING. I USE THEM TO SLEEP , NOT SLEEPIGN AGAIN. I ONLY HAVE BEEN ON THEM FOR 3 MONTHS.


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Juju Says:
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I am an addictions counselor with significant medical knowledge and for anyone to even suggest taking a drug without a dr approval is absolutely ignorant and shame on you for even recommending such a high dose of a clearly dangerous drug to someone with unregulated use maybe you should wait until you have a medical degree or even an ounce of proper knowledge before advising anyone about any medications ok you sound ridiculous!!!

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Jlf Says:
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Then keep your comments to yourself. She's asked a question. Not YOUR OPINION

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Steven Pleasant Says:
 
It is definitely a difference between the 2 . The green ones are more psychotic than the blue one. The green ones are giving me nightmares, an erratic heartbeat and insomnia. Where the blue one give me happy sweat dreams and longer sleep

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boxcarsocks Says:
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Yes yes yes, I agree. Why should innocent people suffer in pain bcuz doctors are scared to write scripts bcuz of irresponsible doctors and patients? I almost died almost a year ago cuz I caught a staph infection in my thumb. My second visit to the ER I was just straight crying from the pain (the worst pain in my life to date) and I know pain try two inguinal hernia repairs. Only After two hours in the ER and a shift change did I finally receive pain meds and they went through them all ended up on dilaudid IV. But during those two hours I was writhing in pain on the bed moaning and groaning ready to give up. My oncoming nurse was appalled that I wasn't being treated properly etc NEVER GO TO GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL IN LEBANON, PENNSYLVANIA! THEY WILL HURT YOU BEFORE THEY HELP HEAL YOU! NOW THAT'S A DIRTBAGGIN HOSPITAL! Avoid that hospital if you want to live!!

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Duke Doc Says:
 
Just because you're an rn does NOT MEAN EVERYONE SEEKS DRUGS

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DrCesario18 Says:
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The blue ones are instant release. Green are, not exactly time release, but not manufactured for as quick a dosing as the blue, I think someone in the thread mentioned they dissolve faster. That's bc they're a sublingual, meaning you dissolve it in your mouth. Most sublinguals are mostly tasteless. Stick it under your tongue and just kinda squish it around under there. Maybe taking a small sip half way thru. Another popular sublingual delivery is for ativan. If you're just swallowing them like you were the greens, it could be a little too much for you at once all dissolving directly in the stomach. Administer it sublingually for a bit. See if that improves and then, and this is very very important. GIVE FEEDBACK TO YOUR DOCTOR!! While they have many regulations to follow, they are there to make you feel better. In whatever way they can, within reason. If something's not working for you, speak up. Also, VERY IMPORTANT! If you consistently but benzos on the street. Just make an appointment. Go see a doc. You obviously need them. Be honest. Tell them you know you've been wrong but you were "too embarrassed" to admit it or something. Or blame it on the anxiety. Why you never came in. But ultimately, seeing a health professional on a regular basis is the best path to mental balance. They are there to help you.

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