Round White Pill C Over 2 Made By Teva Usa Clonazepam

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snop Says:


have a white round tab 2mg clonazepam has a c over 2 on one side and has nothing on other side is supposedly made by teva usa not scored at all. can anyone help!!!!



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Keith Says:

It is generic Klonopin (cloazepam) made by Accord Inc. (ACCO) Since it is white, it is 2mg dosage. It is not a very much used brand (and strangely it is not scored to make it easier to break into half doses - but it is softer than most bands), but I currently am taking it now for the first time. Seems to work ok - maybe not as good as TEVA. I usually get TEVA brand as the generic from the pharmacy - but I guess you take what you can get.

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Verwon Says:

Yes, the tablet marked with the C 2 is not made by Teva, their logos use the number 93, followed by 3 additional numbers and some have been converted to actually say TEVA, dropping the 93 and then it's followed by the additional numbers.

Their 2mg Clonazepam tablet originally have the imprint of 93 834, but now has TEVA 834.

However, the color doesn't actually mean anything in reference to the dosage, not all of the generic tablets containing 2mgs of Clonazepam are white and some companies use white tablets for all of their dosages.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Clonazepam/­

Are there any other questions or comments?

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Karen Says:

Thanks for the help everyone, I guess I am old fashion and to this day I would much rather have my stright up valium 5mgs, but for some reason my doc won't even considerate even though I had been on it for at least 15 years with a switch over to adivan which just made me sleepy.I am not an addict I have went for months at a time with little withdraw trouble,and I also don't get why fix something when it's not broken LOL...........

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Missy Says:
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Strange they would switch u from valium to clonopin cuz clonopin is way stronger imo but valium has longer half life. Yes you have generic klonopin 2 mg. But not all white clonazapams r 2mg some are .5! So always check

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john Says:

It is a 2mg klonopin! A benzodiazepine in the xanax and valium family.

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Jenn Says:
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Re: john (# 5)

Valium, Xanax, Clonazepam/Klonopin, Lorazepam/Ativan and there are others that all fall under the class of benzodiazepines. There are some good resources to give you more details on each drug in this class, plus details about the medication. Google Scholar has research papers on these medications that can give you a ton of info that is coming straight.

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John Says:
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Re: Keith (# 1)

Seems they mostly only have Accord now and the Teva is harder to get. I always trusted Teva. I'm tired of switching generic brands, they're not the same, especially with benzos.

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Jenn Says:
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Re: Karen (# 3)

Hi Karen, I believe it is a 2 mg tablet that is made by Accord Pharma. The 1 mg has a c over a 1 and fits your other prescription. I found them to be stronger for me, but everybody is different. I can take half my dose and get releif. Others are not so happy with Accord, but I hope this helps out.

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