Sandoz Clonazepam 0.5 Mg Tablet Changed Appearance

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Veg21 Says:

Hi. I went to get my script filled today and they gave me a different looking Sandoz Clonazepam 0.5mg yellow pill that says E 63 on it. My old pill [with a National Drug Code of 00185-0063] looks looks like it has a different style. The new one I can't find anywhere or any updates on Sandoz website about this. My new ones say the same thing on them, the only difference is they are shinny and flat. My question is, has anyone taken these so-called new pills yet, as they told me this is what Sandoz is now giving out? Are they are no longer making the other looking style? I haven't had to take any yet as I have a month and a half backup. Thank you for any and all help.

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Verwon Says:

Yes, a tablet with that NDC code is listed as containing 0.5mgs of Clonazepam, which is most commonly used to treat anxiety, and nervous disorders. (NDC code 00185-0063)

The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and irritability.

Is anyone else familiar with this changed appearance?

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Krista Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

Hi, mine changed about a eight day's ago. And I tell a difference, I do not feel well right now, my energy level has dropped. I feel out of myself.

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Krista Says:
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Re: Krista (# 2)

Please disregard my grammar. I feel like crap and it's messing up my thought process.

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Veg21 Says:

Re: Krista (# 2)

Now I know it wasn't changed at all. I just got done talking to Sandoz & they clearly said they didn't change their Med look at all. Only thing they can think is that maybe there is a bad batch that got out or my pharmacy screwed up. They are looking into it. Might I suggest you request the NDC number if you can and call Sandoz so that it is reported ASAP. The NDC code should be 0185-0063-01. Good luck, I just got my regular Sandoz pills.

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Curlyred Says:
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Re: Veg21 (# 4)

I got sondoz this month it’s been 2 1/2 weeks it looks a little different and it is lighter yellow and I can tell it’s not really working what should I do

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Veg21 Says:

Re: Curlyred (# 5)

Give it time is all I can say, it took me a bit to get used to it. Also know Sandoz is no longer making Clonazepam, you will have to find another one that works for you in the future. I got lucky and got a 12 months supply from my Pharmacy who is holding for me only. Others are not as lucky......But I'm trying to find out who is making or taking over making it.

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