Aurobindo Lorazepam

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islandgirl1947 Says:


Has anyone taken this generic brand of Lorazepam made by Aurobindo pharm? How does it work compared to other brands?



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Optimistic Says:
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I refuse all meds made by Aurobindo. I say I am allergic. Idk what they put in the fake adderall they sell but it makes me feel awful so I will go without before I will accept them.

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Becca333 Says:
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Following. The only brands I ever tried were leading and watson. Would love to see what other brands are out there

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Optimistic Says:
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Re: Becca333 (# 2)

Idk about the benzos - Mallinckrodt adderall is really weak, but at least it doesn't give me slamming headaches and nausea. I have to take twice as much though. And I am a lightweight. I used to like Watson meds but I never see them anymore.

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Briards Says:

I also refuse all drugs manufactured by Aurobindo.

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Optimistic Says:
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Re: Briards (# 4)

I usually find them at CVS and Rite Aid. Anywhere else I should avoid?
Thanks!

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Briards Says:

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I always call the pharmacies before I go to see what generics they have, they change often.

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Connie Says:
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I think generic benzos are ok. But, other generic psych drugs not all ok like Adderall, Lamictal etc

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