Teva No Longer Manufacturers Clonazepam
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James Says:


Teva No Longer Manufacturers Clonazepam, and I personally feel it is a good thing. Teva, in my opinion, is a low-quality company who actually manufacturers 70% of their products overseas, in cities and communities I don't think you would want to live in. I find the change-over, in terms of most of my medications, including clonazapam 2mh hs to be more effective than before. There are, of course, individual differences, but this is how it is for me personally. Would anyone else care to comment?



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PainSux03 Says:
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Re: Joseph (# 103)

Just FYI: It’s not an urban myth- by FDA guidelines generic manufacturers can be within 20% +/- of the stated dosage & it will still be considered an acceptable generic to sell.

I broke my back over a decade ago & way back in the mid 2000s Ethex got in a lot of trouble with the FDA & got banned from producing oxycodone because they were putting up to 40-41mg of oxycodone in their 30mg Oxy IR pills. 36mg would have been the maximum amount they would’ve been able to put in their oxycodone pills while remaining within FDA guidelines on generics.

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Bababooie Says:
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Re: Joseph (# 103)

Maybe it’s because you take 5 other drugs with it. How do you even tell what’s doing what, those probably overlap with Klonopin. When you take it alone you’ll notice a difference

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Jrabatie1 Says:
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Re: Suz (# 11)
I get .5 Klodopin. Made bye Mylan. Well these are made well. I only get 60 a month. At night I litterly take .5 as least as possible. I take it too rest and that's it

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Joseph Says:
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Been on Clonazepam 2mg tab, 2 x per day for about 15 or more years now and I find it much better than Xanax. It doesn't have the punch of Xanax but has a much longer half life. I am also on MMT, Elavil 50mg, and Clonidine 0.3mg. I find no difference in one generic over another. It is a urban myth that generics can be off by 10?%. That would mean people taking medication for life threatening issues would be compromised, such as chemotherapy drugs and anti viral and anti biotic drugs would likely cause problems. And they do make generic drugs in them categories. Drugs manufactured overseas always has a US FDA inspector at the plant. One of the reasons why generics are cheaper is because they didn't spend any money into research and development of the medication in question, that's why the name brand gets a 17 year patent on the name brand, to recoup all of the money they put into the medication in question. It takes an average of ten or more years to bring a new medication to market. Clinical trials and all of the other stuff. That's why brand name is more expensive than generic drugs.

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Bababooie Says:
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Re: Gonz07 (# 101)

Yours is the best

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Gonz07 Says:
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Re: Who Dat (# 20)

I don’t know what’s up with your guys’s pharmacies, but mine orders me the green Teva generic 1mg clonazepam pills every month.

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Jason Says:
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Re: Matt (# 99)

So true. Idk about the .05 which I take but the rep from Teva said the 1mg wasn’t scored because it wouldn’t provide equal distribution. I had problems from the old Teva 833s I use to take not being consistent month to month. They were manufactured in Israel so I’m sure that had something to do with it. I have a feeling that’s why they quit production for awhile. The Accords I take now are consistent even though produced in China

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Matt Says:
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If a medication is unscored it shouldn’t be split in half because it’s not evenly distributed and you won’t get an exact dose. Any pharmacist will tell you that. Clonazepam needs to be the exact same dose daily for me, if the new .5 Teva’s aren’t scored I’m gonna be screwed because Actavis will be gone and I’ll have to deal with Accord. I’ve grown accustomed to Actavis by now but it’s still an inferior version over Teva, Accord is just fake.

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Eric Says:

Re: Matt (# 96)

They half just perfectly. I do this.

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Sam Says:
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Re: Matt (# 96)

I dont know, but if they arent scored does that mean you cant break them in half? Like is the medicine not distributed evenly throughout? I heard someone mention this before but wasnt sure it its true.

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Matt Says:
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I’m getting nervous that the .5mg won’t be scored as well. I take 1.25 mg, basically 2 and a half .5mg pills. There’s no way my insurance would pay for 5 of the .25mg a day and it would be a major pain if my doc had to prescribe for 2 different dosage levels, that would be hard to explain to my insurance as well. Does anyone know is the .5mgs will be unscored when they come out?

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Bobby Says:
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Yes I also got Teva last week when I filled my script for 1mg tabs. I asked what brand they had and she looked and said we have Actavis and Teva brand. She told me they just got them that day. They are not scored but seem ok otherwise.

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Sparky Says:
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Re: Sam (# 93)

Teva is only produced in 1mg strength. Call Teva and they’ll tell you the same a d if you get the right rep they’ll tell you they’re not scored. She told me they couldn’t be cut in half because the mix is evenly distributed. So take your chances but Accord seems the best option at the moment

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Sam Says:
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Re: magicman909 (# 92)

Hey, what state are you in? I called my pharmacy in PA and they told me the Teva aren't available to order. I'm wondering if maybe they havent' made it to every state yet.

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magicman909 Says:

Re: Izzy (# 15)

I just filled clonazepam & got Teva

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Bandy Says:

Re: Bill (# 90)

I think I can tell Mr clonaPham.

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Bill Says:

I’m Taking ClonazephAm 1/2Mg A Day And They Make Me Sleepy

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Jerry Says:
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Re: bob (# 88)

Same here. I got .05s from Walmart. They are made by Sandoz for Northstar. Unlike Teva, where you never know what you get because they have 25 manufacturing plants the Sandoz/NS is manufactured in Italy. I like consistency and every bottle I got of Teva worked differently. Teva also hurt my stomach and made me constipated. No problem with NS

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bob Says:

Re: Jill (# 16)

I been on NorthStar for some time have had no problem,s out of them.

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ArlisT Says:

Re: Samuel (# 86)
I have not found that to be the case. I use 1 mg twice a day, same as I did with the regular tabs.

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