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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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Round blue Clonazepam 1mg tablet imprinted with E64

My round Clonazepam (Klonopin) 1mg round blue tabs marked E64 came home from the pharmacy yesterday and this month there is no line or "score" on the back side of the pills. Is this normal? Are these real Clonazepam pills? ## Just to confirm, a round blue pill marked with "E" over "64" on one side and scored horizontally on the back is in fact identified as Clonazepam 1mg, made by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals / Eon Labs, Inc. For verification, the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 00185-0064. Inactive Ingredients: -Corn Starch -FD&C Blue No. 1 -Anhydrous Lactose -Magnesium Stearate -Microcrystalline Cellulose If your pill does not fit this exact description and you 'did not get it filled at a licensed pharmacy', then I too would be questioning its...

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Clonazepam to wean off Lyrica

Does anyone have experience using Klonopin (clonazepam) to wean off of Lyrica? I know Neurontin (gabapentin) and Lyrica (pregabalin) are used to wean off of benzos. But I'm actually trying to wean off of 150mgs. Lyrica twice a day (300mgs. daily) using clonazepam. If anyone that has found using this method beneficial please let me know. And if anyone has done it successfully as well please share with me their technique. Thanks in advance. ## I'm nearly off of Lyrica now after 5 years of 300mg a day. I had one prescription for 10mg and another for 5mg. I started taking 10mg at bedtime and 5mg when I woke up, then 5mg more if needed before bed. It was living Hell the 1st month, I was sweating profusely. Now I'm down to 5mg in the morning and 5mg at night. Soon I'll just us...

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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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clonazepam ingredients solco brand vs activa

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 a...

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generics clonazepam C1

There are all these conspiracy theories about clonazepam generics, the FDA heavily regulates these and cannot have > +/- 20% of active ingredient. I too favor the tevas, but those are the old school generics and I think we just have an emotional attachment/ placebo effect to with regard to them. These placebo/mental effects can cause REAL withdrawal symptoms (my psychiatrist is one of the top pain/anxiety management docs in Texas). Also certain message boards dont even allow generic brand comparisons because there can be no noticeable difference between generic brands in terms of the effectiveness, but there may be placebo effects on addiction/withdrawal. Does anyone have any non-anecdotal evidence to support certain generics being worse than others? ## If you really want to read up...

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Accord generic clonazepam

I have recently learned the companies TEVA and Sandoz have both discontinued manufacturing clonazepam. I’m not the one to hyperfocus on generics, however, the new generic, Accord, is LITERALLY the ONLY Clonazepam generic around my area (at least 10 pharmacies, even the local style pharmacies). Accord is horrid. There’s even a non placebo proof with the blue chalkiness that covers the entire mouth as if it’s the blue ink when stealing bank money. It’s ALL over teeth, it’s worse than blue candy. This occurs if one even attempts to simply let it dissolve in the mouth - at least like I have been doing with all of them previously when I didn’t have a drink with me, or for breakthrough anxiety. I my own opinion, I believe there is a particular reason for su...

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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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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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Clonazepam by Accord

I have been taking 2 mg daily of Teva clonazepam for a few years. I have been noticing that my memory (both short and long term) is increasingly more affected by the drug. Over the past year I have found myself being on "auto pilot" alot. My pharmacy just switched my prescription to the blue accord clonazepam arbitrarily. Is there any evidence supporting the accord brand being easier on "cognitive fog"? Also, due to this fog, I would like to taper off of benzos for good. Could you recommend a safe taper schedule for clonazepam? Thank you in advance. ## Hello, John! How are you? I'm sorry about the problems you're having. Long-term use of this medication can cause such memory issues, as reported by the FDA. It also carries the risk of being habit forming and could...

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Clonazepam help me

I have always used the same brand of clonazepam. However they changed what is in the medication. I've been gravely ill because my body can't take the change. Now I want to not take it any longer because it's making me ill. How can I detox slowly if I don't have a decent batch of clo that agrees with me? If anyone has any real information please let me know. I'm ill feeling every day if I take it it makes me ill and get withdrawal If I don't take it I get still getting withdrawal. ## I have been on the Sandoz brand and something changed. Within 10 minutes of taking the tablet my body would completely engulf in heat and sweat. It also felt like needles were sticking in my whole body. I happened to find a few tablets from another manufacturer from 2012 just to see i...

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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 ingredients Mylan brand vs Teva vs Accord

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? ## Hi Eric, Sorry to hear about your experience with the different makers of Clonazepam. I hope you've gotten around to feeling better since the timing of your post. As far as inactive ingredients are concerned, listed below are the National Drug Codes for each manufacturer's version of Clonazepam. If you click o...

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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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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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Clonazepam where do I find Qualitest now?

What pharmacies carry Qualitest clonazepam anymore? I used to pick up my scripts for it from Target, prior to it being bought by CVS. Since, I have not had another generic that compared to these- they were even superior to the Roche brand name Klonopin. I have been using the Teva generic that CVS offers and am so glad that Walgreens is out of my life for good as a pharmacy due to their Mylan-only contract concerning their clonazepam. I am satisfied with Teva but have yet to find a pharmacy that carries my preferred Qualitest. Any help is greatly appreciated! ## Sorry to hear about your situation Lazaro. From the looks of things, many other patients throughout this forum are facing similar challenges with getting a certain manufacturer's brand or generic version. In my experience, th...

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ropsil forte 800 mg

compocicion del ropsil forte , indicaciones para su uso, recomendaciones, contra indicaciones etc. ## I haven't come across any specific details on Ropsil forte, but from what I could gather, I believe Ropsil contains the active ingredient Clonazepam; which is a benzodiazepine class drug used to treat anxiety, panic disorder, and seizures. The manufacturer of this drug goes by the name of MediPharm. Unfortunately, since this is a foreign medication here in the US, I can't find much more information or clues to help verify the accuracy of this match being 100% true. The real confusing part is trying to figure out how 800mgs of Ropsil translates to 0.5mg or 2mg of Clonazepam... You can learn more about this drug on the page for Clonazepam Details Does anyone else here recognize th...

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Generic clonazepam by Sandoz Pharm. owned by Novartis AG

Has anyone tried generic clonazepam by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Inc., which is owned by Novartis AG? I just picked up my new refill of generic clonazepam 2mgs. Last time they had given me the generic Accord Healthcare which I didn't like. I inquired about Teva but had heard it had discontinued its generic clonazepam. Teva and Mylan were the only ones I liked, with Teva being definitely my favorite. This time they gave me the generic clonazepam by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Inc., which is weird, just like the Accord Healthcare ones. Yet they both feel different. The generic clonazepam 2mgs. by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Inc. have E on top of the numbers 65 on one side, and nothing on the other side, not even a score. They are white, completely round and very small with a smooth surface. I have...

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Clonazepam how long does it take to start working

I am trying to find out how long it takes Clonazepam to get working in your body ## I Have been taking Klonipin..generic is Clonazepam for 15 years i dont want to kill myself and i dont want to harm others and its not made me depressed infact it makes me feel normal as i use to its helped my anxiety and my depression and violet i cant see why it made your mother this way no explanation i know plenty of people who use this drug for anxiety ....not once have i heard it do anyone this way ...the true thing is yes they are very hard to get off of once you are on them never just quit taking them it will make you withdraw if you need to quit them then taper off of them...dont just quit ....as far as violets mothers situation i dont understand this unless she had a side effect unknown to Docto...

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