Best Generic Clonazepam

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AndyAZ Says:

What is the best generic mine was changed too Qualitest. I am on 2mg TID and usually take Teva Pharm but that suddenly changed , know I could have it specially ordered but wanted to know if anyone else has had any experience with this generic and how it efficacy contends with other types of gerwic Clonazepam or Klonopin?

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Verwon Says:

I took it for awhile, due to anxiety over having heart failure, and it was Qualitest, and it worked great for me. I didn't even usually take the full dose, unless I was having serious trouble sleeping, I mostly took just a quarter of the tablet, or half. I was prescribed the 0.5mg tablets.

But that is just me, the only way to see if it will work for you is by trying it. NDC code: 00603-2950

The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, drowsiness, and irritability.

However, if they are will to order the one manufactured by Teva, then maybe it would be best to stick with it. The final decision is up to you, the rest of us can only share our opinions, and experiences.

Can anyone else chime in with theirs? Thanks!

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DejaView Says:
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IMO, since the blue, imo, generic clonazepam made in China is poison. I had been on clonazepam for years and it worked great ( 1 mg green Teva) but now it is a different generic, blue 1 mg and I felt like I was on a placebo. Got gradually worsening headaches, high blood pressure, severe insomnia with resultant high level irritability, profuse sweating, jittery and ended up in a hospital, switched to Diazepam, right conversion amount. This has helped my (now) very infrequent muscles cramping too. So glad I found a Dr who had 4-5 of his other patients experiencing the same thing.

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