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Going out of town for 3-4 weeks. Clonazepam prescription (w/ 1 refil) expires 2 weeks into my trip. Early refill question

Hey, New to the forums. Just registered because this seems like the right place to answer my question. I am on clonazepam .5mg 4x daily and get a monthly prescription with 1 refill. I filled it on the 14th of this month and I go out of town (currently live in Colorado and am going back to my home town of Baltimore) for 3-4 weeks on the 29th of this month. Also, my prescribing doctor is out of town until the 12th of October. Anyway, my prescription is filled through walgreens, and I will run out 2 weeks from the day I leave town. I will be out of town anywhere from 3-4 weeks. My flight to Baltimore has been booked however my exact return date has not yet been decided but will be sometimes between 3 weeks and 4. I know that walgreens is nationwide however while in Baltimore I will not hav...

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Choices of Clonazepam comparable to Teva or Mylan

My son was originally placed on Mylan brand it worked beautifully. Then when they stopped production (but you are still able to get it while a patient in the hospital), we switched him to Teva brand after failing on several other manufacturers, and he has done well. Now they say Teva has stopped manufacturing the Clonazepam. What brand is comparable to these two? He takes 0.5 at night for his nighttime seizures.... I need some advice, don't want him losing his seizure control! ## Hello Renee, There are a large number of generics available that your son could try, what's important to note is what inactive ingredients your son does well with and which ones your son's body does not agree with. For example the Mylan and Teva brands contain the following inactive ingredients acco...

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Activis TEVA needs to bring back Clonazepam

It is obvious from the comments on this and other sites, TEVA dropped the ball when they discontinued manufacturing Clonazepam. Many of us are suffering and struggling to get back on track due to the cheap replacements made by Accord. The pharmacies are distributing junk Clonazepan. The pills fall apart; they are not the same consistency & they're loaded with fillers that cause allergies and reactions. It is disgraceful that drug companies have stooped this low for the mighty dollar. They are killing people by changing the ingredients. TEVA...WHY would you stop making the real thing?

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Clonazepam 0.5 mg Teva vs Accord

I recently received Teva clonazepam and it worked great. Two weeks ago, I received clonazepam from Accord Pharmaceuticals and it was like a placebo pill. Has anyone taken this medicine By Accord and have you noticed a serious difference with it not helping? I've never had a generic never work before. I don't know what to do. All pharmacies in my area are now going with Accord Pharmaceuticals because it's cheaper. Help with an answer please. ## Hello Stirfry, Sorry to hear about your situation. Unfortunately not all brands of medication work the same for each person. If the Accord brand does not work for you please let your doctor know and see if there is a way that you can get a different brand ordered for you. I would suggest that you give this medication a few days to see ...

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Accord Clonazepam

These are horrible, Accord Clonazepam. I'll be glad when I get my new script and can go back to TEVA. ## There have been a lot of recent complaints on our site about medications manufactured by Accord. Sorry you also had a bad experience. Since pharmacies buy in bulk, it is highly likely that they'll still have the ones manufactured by Accord in stock, when you order a refill. So, you might want to make sure to tell them ahead of time that you don't want them and prefer the ones made by Teva. Are there any comments or questions? ## So I got my script filled before I left town and I always check my bottle for my good ole MFG and NDC#. Both were intact but the surprise was on the inside. Little Blue pills with the C and the 1..... Not my normal 1mg TEVA. Being trusting I figur...

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I need clonazepam .5mg specifically from Accord Healthcare

Who distributes clonazepam .5mg from Accord Healthcare? I cannot find a pharmacy anywhere in my city that carries it. ## Hello, Anne! How are you? I am very sorry that you're having trouble finding this medication. One idea might be to ask your pharmacy if they can order it in for you. There isn't any one particular distributor that always provides it. It might be carried by any, if it happens to be the one that has the cheapest price, at any given time. What is your nearest large city? That might enable someone to suggest a pharmacy, if they know of one that carries it. This medication carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Does anyone else have any ideas or suggestions? ## I've gone to eve...

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Generic Clonazepam by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals and Accord

Hi. There has been a lot of talk about generic clonazepam brands with many claiming something is just not right, people experiencing horrible withdrawal symptoms as soon as they get on these generic brands, people having seizures once again when they hadn't had any in years, people claiming they have to take 2 or 3 mgs of these generic brands for each 1mg of their previous generic brand like Teva or Mylan. I recently had a depression relapse and was taken to the hospital. At that time I had both Sandoz Pharmaceuticals and Accord Healthcare generic clonazepam. And I had been taking both generic brands in the previous 3 weeks switching them around. They were both 2mg tablets. Well, guess what? I took a bag of all the meds I was on and went bottle by bottle telling the nurse which ones...

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Teva No Longer Manufacturers Clonazepam

Teva No Longer Manufacturers Clonazepam, and I personally feel it is a good thing. Teva, in my opinion, is a low-quality company who actually manufacturers 70% of their products overseas, in cities and communities I don't think you would want to live in. I find the change-over, in terms of most of my medications, including clonazapam 2mh hs to be more effective than before. There are, of course, individual differences, but this is how it is for me personally. Would anyone else care to comment? ## From what I can see on their site, they still list it as being currently manufacturer. The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, and irritability. Where did you hear that they discontinued it? What company ...

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Clonazepam and Focalin

I need to know what drug I can take for my adhd along with my Clonazepam? I was disapproved for vyvanse 40, but what about focalin? ## I am a hypo manic depressive. I take lithium carbonate 900mg and 1mg 2x a day of klonopin . I've taken adderal but my psychiatrist will not give it to me if I want to continue my klonopin. I'd like to try focalin but I need to find out if the lithum and klonopin are compatible with focalin. Help? ## The main issue here is that both the Focalin and the Clonazepam treats opposite issues, one is a sedative, while the other is an upper, the same is going to be true of any other such medication that you try to add with the Clonazepam. I know this isn't usually a listed interaction, or warning, but since treating one condition can aggravate the oth...

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clonazepam ingredients solco brand vs actavis

I have been taking TEVA clonazepam .5 for years and it was very effective! Now I hear that TEVA does not make it anymore. I was prescribed it via ACCORD mfg with very poor results... headaches, nervous, and more. I hear that the are also SOLCO and AVTIVIS mfg. I need some input re which one would be better... or any others. I heard that the inactive ingredients have a lot to do with it. I also know ACCORD is made in China and have heard some horror stories about their clonozepam. ANY INPUT GREATLY APPRECIATED!! ## Hi Johnny, You're spot on about the inactive ingredients having a lot to do with the medication efficacy. In Canada the drug labels actually refer to them as "non-medicinal ingredients" instead of stating "inactive", and I think this is because they do affe...

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Clonipan

Essential in treating tremors. ## Do you mean Klonopin (Clonazepam)? If so, Klonopin is a benzodiazepine with highly potent anticonvulsant, muscle relaxant, and anxiolytic properties ## Is this drug like xanax?

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Teva vs Actavis Clonazepam

I have taken Clonazepam for a number of years. It has always been the Actavis product. On my last prescription refill, the pharmacist arbitrarily switched me to the Teva product. Is this a problem? Which, if either, is the better product? Is there a product better than either one of these 2 mentioned above? ## This can happen from time to time as manufacturers change their production schedules around, etc. It is hard to say which is the better product because technically the same generic product from multiple manufacturers contains the same active ingredient(s). That said, some people do experience slightly different effects from a product coming from a new manufacturer. What has been your experience so far? Does anybody else have an opinion of the Clonazepam from Teva? Please keep me p...

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Repam-2 Clonazepam 2mg

blister packs, red-orange color, no markings, Jpee manufacturer. REAL?!? ## I filled a prescription for Klonopin and received Repam-2, little orange tabs. Are these the real deal? ## Yes, they are absolutely the real deal. I think they are a little weak...I need to take 2 instead of 1 to get the effects, but I certainly DO get the Clonazepam feeling. Jpee is the manufacturer out of India and I have had that brand before with Xanax as well. Both are real....you just might need to take a weeny bit more to get the effect of an American generic. Hope this helps. ## Joe is right. REPAM-2 from India is legit (just a little weaker than expected but does the job). I would recommend them. Look up jpee drugs and read about what they offer & how long they have been around. If you buy American ...

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Teva 1mg Clonazepam old formula, not Actavis

It's January 2019 and I have been using TEVA Clonazepam 1mg for over 10yrs. I was taking most days 1.5 mg until recently. I had been tapering. Recently due to major anxiety (death in the family & several other factors) it was increased to 2mg sometimes 2.5mg. Since mid. November 2018. Actavis doesn't work on me. My doctor has given me a prescription of TEVA diazepam 10mg 3 per day. It's not working. Anxiety builds up in 3hrs. Need to stabilize for a bit and then begin tapering. I do not use SSRI's nor alcohol. No other medications. Please, any advice? TEVA worked. ## I'm so sorry this happened to you. Teva messed us all up. It's possible that diazepam may not work for everyone, have you stabilized at all? ## Per call to TEVA on 4/1/19 they are considering bri...

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Which do you prefer: Accord or Actavis Clonazepam?

I've been taking Accord .05mg which I split in half every 2 to 3 hours, for about a month and a half after they stopped making my Sandoz Clonazepam brand. It's okay. It's starting to work somewhat, but I have a problem. Two weeks ago I am not told that Accord is getting harder to keep in stock by my Pharmacy and my insurance plan wanted to switch me to Actavis. YUCK, that stuff is garbage. I took 7 pills, couldn't stand it anymore how it made me feel. I got jumpy, my body itched, it took almost 2 hours to start working, and it never felt quite right. I said no I need to get the Accord again. My question is, is anyone else having this problem with Actavis, or is it just me? And did the Actavis taper down on the itchiness and start to work for those who are new to taking i...

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Clonazepam and Belviq drug interactions?

Can I safely take Clonazepam with Belviq? ## Hi lee, I looked at the UCLA health drug interaction checker and no interactions are being listed between these 2 drugs. So it should technically be fine. That being said, it's always best to be safe when taking multiple medications, and your doctor or pharmacist should be able to look at your file to confirm you'll be okay taking both.

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Small round white no imprint supposedly Clonazepam

I want to know the name or salt name of the tablet my dr. gave to me opened and in a plastic pack with two other tablets named arkamin and clonazepam for dioxide opium addiction. The reason I want to know the name of this small round white tablet is because he gave me too expansive. Only this tablet and every time he gave me after opened from package and in small plastic bag if I know the name of tablet I confirm from market then I ask him why he gave me these tablets too expensively. Can you help me and tell me the name of tablet? ## I have "Clonazepam" hopefully, with one side blank (No Markings) and the other crossed (one line). I can't find it anywhere on the internet where that is common or even exists. The vendor did not reply to my inquiry regarding this issue.

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Teva vs Actavis - are they the same?

I’ve been taking half of .5 Teva clonazepam for 10+ years. When I refilled my prescription I got the same dose but Actavis brand. I don’t seem to feel the same I have slight headache , jittery and spacey Not sure if it’s because I’m a hypochondriac and creating this stress or is it because the actavis brand is that much different than Teva ? ## Hello Cp4499, While the two brands do contain the same active ingredient it is possible that you are reacting to the differences in inactive ingredients. Below I have provided some info I sourced from the NIH. Actavis contains these inactive ingredients STARCH, CORN LACTOSE MONOHYDRATE MAGNESIUM STEARATE MICROCRYSTALLINE CELLULOSE D&C RED NO. 30 Teva contains the these inactive ingredients STARCH, CORN LACTOSE MONOHYDR...

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Round blue imprinted e64 klonopin

round small blue imprinted with E64 - Is this klonopin? ## The pill which you are describing is Clonazepam (1 mg); which is a benzodiazepine derivative with highly potent anticonvulsant, muscle relaxant, and anxiolytic properties. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## I'm prescribed suboxone from one Dr but I have an appointment with another Dr to get on klonopin without the suboxone Dr knowing. he's all about treatment but every time I mention anxiety he goes on like he doesn't hear me. so my? is will each Dr know about without me telling and will my sub Dr kick me out for seeing another shrink.(and is it illegal? ) ## Does it make you tired??? ## More than likely, yes. If you don't ...

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Taking Clonazepam and showing positive for Alprazolam

Has anyone ever been prescribed Clonazepam and been drug tested and a minute amount of Alprazolam showed positive in your urine? ## Found out it was Accord brand made in China and through my research it looks as if Accord brand is not always FDA approved. I will never take that brand again I have been drug tested for over 20 years with NEVER a positive drug screen until I picked up my last prescription and within one week of taking it had a drug screen and a small minute amount of Alprazolam was positive in that test. This has caused a backlash of horrible circumstances and should have NEVER happened. There is no recourse for me except digging and pinning down when and where this PATICULAR medication came from.

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