Mylan Clonazepam

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phyllis Says:


What color is a 1 mg clonazepam made by Mylan?


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David Says:

Mylan's Clonazepam (1mg) is a round green tablet; with an "M" on one side and "C" over "14" on the other.

Manufacturer: Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.
National Drug Code (NDC): 00378-1912

Did you have any other questions or comments regarding this pill? Please post back if you do...

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Mylan Bestie Says:

David (# 1) --

Is Mylan going to manufacture the clonazepam again? The other brands I ended up in the ER or they have really altered the quality of life. I just took it to sleep and now I have tried all the rest and were all too drugging and when it runs out, withdrawal type side effects begin. See my name: Mylan Bestie. I felt alert when I woke up and all day. They were for sleep and now I don't eat or sleep well on Accord.

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David Says:

Mylan Bestie (# 2) --

I haven't seen any official announcements pertaining to Mylan discontinuing their Clonazepam product, however, their product page doesn't actually list what medications they currently produce, which I find disturbing. NIH.gov also still lists Mylan's Clonazepam pill information as if there's nothing going on(?)

Source: dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/drugInfo.cfm?setid=9af9e5de-69a6-48b3-aa53-f0a7898d51e7

Perhaps it would be best to try contacting Mylan Pharmaceuticals directly for more specific details at: mylan.com/en/contact

Where did you hear about it being discontinued?

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Mylan Bestie Says:

David (# 3) --

I've been speaking to Mylan Customer Service. The first time I called, they had no information to give me. I called them earlier this week. Mylan clonazepam will be available again. It is on backorder but no time frame was provided. I'm supposed to call back periodically for updates. So, there's hope but not any idea when I can be alert again and not have side effects of the substitute that I hate.

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Mylan Bestie Says:

The l mg Mylan is Green. They are still "to be determined" by Mylan customer service. My last call they were "on back order." The Accord is pretty bad but Teva and Sandoz were worse.

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Joseph Says:
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Mylan Bestie (# 2) --

OMG!!! I just called Mylan pharmaceuticals and they told me that they are going to discontinue making clonazepam that's inhumane. It's been on to be determine for months and now this. God help us!!!!

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judy Says:
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Mine are green. New RX. Usually have TEVA. Now having heart palpitations.

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Mylan Bestie Says:

Joseph (# 6) --

That is inhumane.

I am still on Accord but I barely take it because dosing was too hard to figure out.

Out of the generics, I'm stuck with Accord I guess but I take what a Barbie doll might take.

Mylan was the only one that didn't foul me up big time. Try Accord but your dosing will take at least two months and if you don't like that, taper asap hopefully with people around.

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Joseph Says:
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Mylan Bestie (# 8) --

Have you tried checking back with Mylan regarding discontinued clonazepam?

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Joseph Says:
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Mylan Bestie (# 8) --

Fyi, I checked again myself with Mylan regarding them no longer going to sell clonazepam. I called because one of the drugstores I called said that they have the Mylan brand, but it's probably some that they have in stock. The rep at Mylan said that they plan to discontinue it but that she doesn't have a date. I'm just trying to keep ever one up to date. Hope this helps. God Bless! I've been taking the Accord brand and so far it's ok.

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