Anyone Experienced With 10 Mg Generic Clonazepam Tabs

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Scag Says:


10 mg. clonazepam? How about yellow,scored tabs with "M" inscription?



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Verwon Says:

Clonazepam is not available in a 10mg dosage, the maximum dosage available on the U.S. market is 2mgs.

As to yellow tablets, with an M imprint, there is one that has an M on one side, with a C over 13 on the opposite, which contains 0.5mgs of Clonazepam.

Is this the tablet you are referring to?

It is a Benzodiazepine, which is most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. It can be habit forming and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability.

Learn more:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Clonazepam/­

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Ddogmatic Says:

That pill you describe is most assuredly a cyclobenzaprine. Also known as flexeril. It is a muscle relaxer and is most common at 10mg. And true, klonopin would be a horrible experience at 10mg.

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Meganreneebudzi Says:

I have been on clonazepam for over 10 years, and through several doctors. 10 mg??? Valium comes in 10mg (another benzodiazepine), not Klonopin. They only go up to 2 mg. You sure there is such thing as 10mg? And the yellow ones with M's are half mg pills. they ALSO now make half mg pills that are orange that have a one above the score where you'd cut it and a 2 below it They also have yellow half mg pills that say TEVA on them. They are extremely addicting....and I don't recommend them if you can take something else as my tolerance is high and I revolve my world around them. Rehab doesn't much help as they are shown to effect a separate side of the brain than other drugs.
Side effects that are not listed: feeling invisible, kleptomania, forgetfulness, and an "I don't care attitude.
" This month's "Parenting Magazine" had a whole article entitled "Xanax make me a better parent" and talk some what of klonopin (XANAX are stronger but Klonopin last longer), so I recommend get out while you can if you can!!

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SayWhat Says:
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@Scag, I am a little puzzled. When you got the script. What did the script say? The pharmacy that you utilize to fill the script, go back to them and ask the pharmacist. I agree with the others. The highest dose of klonopin is the two mg tab. IMO, I think you can either go back to the prescribing doctor and/or the pharmacy you had it filled. You need to know what you are putting in your body.

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