Clonazepam Ingredients Mylan Brand Vs Teva Vs Accord
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Eric Says:


Please help with this, i have taken the mylan brand for several years, when the pharmacy could no longer order it they ordered Teva, it immediately gave me pains that seemed to be in my chest....kind of the opposite of what it's supposed to do. So with Mylan being available though only two pharmacies, someone mentioned accord...but what is the difference of fillers. could you simply list all the ingredients for all three brands so if Accord matches Mylan i'm ok?



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Bandy Says:

Re: ArlisT (# 181)

So when's the Teva coming back?

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Curious80 Says:
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I've been on accord .5mg clonazepam for a year now and it has worked well for me. I was surprised because it is a cheaper brand and that's why my pharmacy switched to it. But thank God for me that I haven't had any probelms with it. I dont know what state you are in but where I am the pharmacists wont order from you the company you want. They have decided on certain brands and they are sticking to them. I hope yours allows you to choose. I use Kroger where I am and it is always accord brand.

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Re: steve (# 187)

You mean to Genentech Klonopin. That stuff is consistent as you say and gives me and others GI issues such as constipation I found out as soon as I took it I had to run to eat something, must be the dye or fillers they use While it is more consistent it’s also 40x more expensive without insurance coverage. Roughly $4 a pill for 1mg. Or $4 for a month supply of genre. It wasn’t worth it to me as I had stomach problems and didn’t find it any more effective then Teva , Mylan or Accord

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steve Says:

I sure you know mylan got into a bind with their epi-pen thing. Anycase, I will not take clonazepam period. I will only take Roche Klonopin. If you are actualy taking a pill made by teva do not expect any form of consistancy.

I have been taking Roche Klonopin for ~20 years and I believe it is the most stable medication I have ever taken; I believe that it is more reliable than seroquel by miles! (please do not mention the ethanol issue thanx).

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Re: Jace (# 185)

Wow I’d hate to see the taper off on that high dosage. It’d take you 6 years.

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Re: Sparky88 (# 174)

I’m on the same dose but have to take 6mg for it to do it’s job without teva

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Re: Jerry (# 175)

I’m a psychiatry student actually, been on this stuff since 17. I don’t feel it anymore

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Re: ArlisT (# 176)

I was on ODT 2mg tab twice a day. They didn’t suffice. Toook just as long to get into my body as a regular kpin and lasted half the time.. not horrible but the half life goes right into your mucosa membranes and is carried through the nervous system where regular tablets are broken down by the liver

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Re: ArlisT (# 181)

Have you taken the ODT?? It doesn’t last near as long as a normal clonazePAM. They kinda suck.

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ArlisT Says:

Re: Bandy (# 177)

Maybe you skipped over the part where I said I dissolved the original teva clonazepam under my tongue as well. I always only ever took them that way from the first day they were prescribed to me almost 8 years ago, so your explanation for the ODTs shorter effectiveness doesn't make sense. As far as your 'guess' about TEVA's rep intentionally lying to me on the phone, what is that based on?

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Jace Says:
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Teva was the best brand kpin that I was ever on. I’m now on accord and it’s ok but doesn’t hold back the heart racing and doesn’t help me sleep, Mylan sucked. That was the general consensus

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Re: Sparky88 (# 178)

I figured so. I couldn’t do nothing but sit in a Klonopin fog if I took that much. Best wishes

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Re: Jerry (# 175)

No, I’m not working. I just had surgery to have my L4-L-5 fusion. I have had anxiety most of adult life do 1 @ 6am , then at 1:00 pm and the last one at bedtime. I do not drive and i am not on any pain meds,
I was just saying how Accord works for me. I’ve had have been on different manufactures. I changed from Walgreens
To a mom and pop pharmacy and they are wonderful.

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Bandy Says:

Re: ArlisT (# 176)

Of course they don't work as long ... they don't go through your liver and stomach to get broken down, they bypass the GI Tract and go directly into your bloodstream via tongue. It has faster onset but leaves sooner.

As far as if Teva will bring it back, I doubt it. I believe they're blowing yall smoke to keep you quiet. My guess is at the end of July they will say its coming at the end of Aug..etc etc

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ArlisT Says:

Re: Iheartklonopin (# 169)
According to the TEVA rep I spoke to, they are going to be bringing back the regualr tablets, hopefuly by te end of July. If they do, I will be switching back to them. These dissolving tablets work for me, but I think maybe they aren't as long lasting, even though when I had the regular pills I dissolved them under my tongue, too. Also, I find the ODTs cloyingly sweet.

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Re: Sparky88 (# 174)

I couldn’t imagine take Klonopin 3 times a day especially at that strength. I take it you don’t work or leave the house much?

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Re: David (# 1)

Hi, my name is Diana and my RX is blue 1 mg 3 times a day from Accord. I think the blue works better than the green. You just have to try all of them. Accord works best for me.

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Bandy Says:

Re: ArlisT (# 171)

I believe i'm one of that 1st mention the orally dissolving tablets to people on another forum. There are currently three manufactures of the oral tabs (SunPharma, Par Pharma and Teva). The ones you say are identical to the old Teva pills are actually made by Barr pharmacuticals which Teva bought out. The problem with the Barr/Teva is the .05 version which I take have been backordered forever with no date on when they would be back in stock again so all you can get at that dose is Par brand and I have 3 boxes of them. They are no where near pill strength and leave your system too quick because they are not broken down by your stomach. If you take klonopin at night for sleep then you'll wake up about 4 hours after taking them. If you're into that then so be it. I had a friend who tried the Barr/Teva in the 1 mg version and he said he didn't like them as well as Actavis pill which I can't stand. The copay on the ODT are usually higher too. So while im glad you found something that might work for you they might not be the solution for everyone. Also I thought the oral pills were great the 2 days until I guess the pills version was still im system. After the pill rid my system and the oral version was all that was in my system that's when the effectiveness stopped. Not sure if you just started them or not but you might run into this yourself. Best wishes

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bandy Says:

Re: Pam (# 170)

The Accords I have are pretty good if not the best. I think they have may have quality control issues. Im currently taking Brand Name and they suck. Not only are they $3-4 a pill but make me more depressed and help less with anxiety like then brands like Accord, Solco and Actavis. If I had to rate the generics I would rate them best to worst in that order. The brand name also give my stomach and gi tract a fit. I have to eat some 30 minutes after taking them cause they burn my stomach and cause terrible constipation. I would urge people to think of weaning themselves off klonopin and on to maybe ativan or valium.

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ArlisT Says:

Re: ArlisT (# 168)
I just wanted to check back in and report that I was able to get the TEVA dissolving wafers, and they are every bit as effective for me as the tablets were before TEVA bought ACTIVIS and stopped making them. So, crisis averted, at least for as long as TEVA continues making these. Ask your doctor for TEVA Orally Dissolving Tablets. I feel I should have been offered these as an alternative when the TEVA tablet were discontinued, instead of just switching me without warning to another brand, but neither my doctor or pharmacist had ever heard of them.

Let it be a lesson: your dr doesn't know *everything*. Some things you have to find out for yourself.

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