Teva 1mg Clonazepam Old Formula, Not Actavis

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Henry Says:
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It's January 2019 and I have been using TEVA Clonazepam 1mg for over 10yrs. I was taking most days 1.5 mg until recently. I had been tapering. Recently due to major anxiety (death in the family & several other factors) it was increased to 2mg sometimes 2.5mg. Since mid. November 2018. Actavis doesn't work on me. My doctor has given me a prescription of TEVA diazepam 10mg 3 per day. It's not working. Anxiety builds up in 3hrs. Need to stabilize for a bit and then begin tapering. I do not use SSRI's nor alcohol. No other medications. Please, any advice? TEVA worked.



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Byrjun Says:

I'm so sorry this happened to you. Teva messed us all up. It's possible that diazepam may not work for everyone, have you stabilized at all?

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Klonz Says:
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Per call to TEVA on 4/1/19 they are considering bringing back their old TEVA formula clonazepam.

Please call TEVA customer service at 888-838-2872 (option #3 then option #5) for customer service and tell them about your experience to demand they bring back the old formula asap.

Several patients have said it’s messing with their life.

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