Diazepam 10mg White (Page 3)

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overachiever wannabe Says:
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Please help me determine if the diazepam I got in my rx refill are a good brand? They are round, white, and just about the same size as the diazepam I've gotten from my pharmacy in the past except those were green and manufactured by Mylan. The ones I got have a criss cross on one side and the imprint on the other side says VAIUM 10. They came in a blister pack with dates of expiration and the words Abbott Healthcare. They don't seem as relaxing as the US ones I've had. Anyone have any experience or input? It would be greatly appreciated

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Re: Matt (# 40)

I have been prescribed 5mg of Diazepam split in half for daytime and two 5mg for the night. It depends on the person as diazepam does not work for everyone. For me, it works for controlling spasms and anxiety. I am finishing up my old prescription before I start with the new prescription

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Bill Says:
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The ones that have criss cross on back and valium 10 imprinted om front are really good, I find them much stronger than other generics

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Johnfd Says:
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Please help. Doctor won't renew script & I'm suffering. Need to find out where I can get this prescribed pls.

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Re: INSOMNIA (# 23)

Hi mate. They're definitely a benzodiazepine? Could be temazepam 10mg or possibly a foreign brand. Personally I've never had a white Diazepam apart from 2mg and I've been on Benzos for 30 years from the age of 16 along with another load of meds they're struggling to get me off. In some ways benzos are worse than opiates, get rid mate.

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Re: Kandy (# 4)

If they're real bensadin made by galinika they're the cleanest diazepam out there. They're made in Serbia. They're round white and are domed, not flat, no inscription, nor line...

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