Lorazepam - Need To Find A Brand Like Watson (not Actavis)

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DeeBeee Says:


Help!!!! I've loved the Watson brand of Lorazepam. I just take a small amount and it eases my anxiety. HOWEVER, Actavis bought Watson and (trust me) the product is no longer effective. OMG. So frustrating. Does anyone know of a manufacturer that makes a Lorazepam comparable to Watson's?



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Briards Says:

My lorazepam have Watson 541 stamped on them.

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Bullet Says:
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I am curious as well, it seems like generic medications no longer hold standards. I have had a hard time finding a good generic Adderall IR. I’ve called every local pharmacy and even requested to order “what most people’s advice will be” and I can’t find one to do that for me. But if I could help any whatsoever I’d google independent pharmacy’s locally and call and simply tell them your new generic isn’t working and would like to know what they have in stock. Sometimes you get lucky, but even if you find that brand you like they won’t always have it as pharmacy’s buy the cheapest most the time nowadays. So I’ll be applying for non-generic Adderall and see if my insurance will cover it. I’ll stay in touch. I’m curious as well! Good luck.

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joe Says:

You may want to know that the watson brand has been sold to teva; the pharma companies are playing musical chairs with lorazepam. The only one I know to stay away from is sandoz, as they have shown that profits take priority over the wellness of people. I would love to find out why mylan quit the lorazepam business.

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Nichole Says:
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Following. I knew something was going on and my dr acted like I was crazy.

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