Clonazepam 20mg

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Marty88 Says:


Hi. I found a round white pill with CLONAZEPAM written on one side in a circular fashion around the pill, and "20" underneath a line on the other side. I'm assuming this is 20mg of Clonazepam but I haven't been able to find info about a 20mg clonazepam pill ANYWHERE on the internet, and most info I find says a regular pill is .5-2mg. Is this fake or do these pills actually exist?



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Verwon Says:

From what I have found, I believe the marking is intended to be 2.0 and it contains 2mgs of Clonazepam, rather than 20.

There is a similar tablet that has the CLONAZEPAM on one side and PMS over 2.0 on the other.

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

Is there anything else I can help with?


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Addicted to prescription drugs Says:

I did it! I am off of Clonazepan! I have been weaning since October and took my last pill (an oral melt in your mouth) pill February 22. I will never put another one in my mouth again. Taper and withdrawl not bad as long as you take it very slow. Got my body adjusted to the lower dose and jumped off. Had a few sleepless nights and some anxiety but it is so worth it. My back and neck muscles quit hurting and It feels so good to be off of it. I read all the horror stories on here and doubted that I could do it. Take it from me you can do it and you will be fine! Just taper down slow to the lowest dose possible, give your body 2 weeks to adjust to each taper then jump off. It is a great feeling! Lesson learned: be informed about anything you put in your mouth. Look at all side effects, and see if it addictive in nature. This drug just was not worth it!

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JMRU Says:

I don't recommend taking that 20 mg Clonazepam at all Negative. Its a U.S. government website for drug and med safety. Try them.
nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/drugsafety.html


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Andrew Says:
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I found it is hard to overdose on clonazepam. Ive taken a large number without any tolerance and all i got was a loss of memory and 20hrs sleep. However after taking other meds @ 2mg tabs and a 60mg morphine tab i almost died. Woke in hospital getting narcained.

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Carol Says:

Iwas told max dose a day is 4mg by doctor and pharmacist on klonipin.Is it true.

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reronic Says:

No it not true, I prescribed 6mg clonazepam a day. 2mg tabs three times a day.

Just last night I was upset and needed to sleep and took 24mg of clonazepam, I had the best 8 hours of sleep I've ever had in years, I went to bed at 9pm and woke up at 5pm with no alarm clock. I also had no dizziness or any other issues. I actually woke up and popped another 2mg as per my normal dosing regiment. I also take 3600mg of Gabapentin a day and 140mg of methadone daily for pain.

ANYONE READING THIS PLEASE DO NOT TAKE THE DOSAGES I DO OR DID, I HAVE A HIGH TOLERANCE AND HAVE BEEN ON THESE MEDICATIONS FOR YEARS.


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Kellos Says:
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It actually says 2.0 not 20 which is a 2mlg tablet, the strongest clonazapam they make, in Canada anyway.

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David THE man Says:
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Is2mg the strongest mg they make

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Donna98 Says:

So what kind are the pink ones



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Rob Says:
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You must be extremely lucky. I had lost 3 friends to overdoses. Unlike the fast-acting Xanax those are slow-acting so you seem to take more and more and so Bang they all hit it once.

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Devon Says:

same here i get 4mg a day and the other day i took 24 2mg pills (in the past ive polished off a whole 60 pill bottle in a night) and i have an extremely high tolerance to benzos and get minimal black outs. On 80mg of methadone as well and i just get extremely relaxed and talkative so everyone to their own. Please dont go taking the amounts i have ive seen people go bonkers on 5 2mg pills and not remember a thing for days everyones different.

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