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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Matt Says:
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I got a call today from TEVA, I called them back and spoke to them. They now are saying it’s definitely coming back, not that they are hoping, it’s definite. They are not exactly sure how long but will know much more in the next couple weeks. So it’s 100% happening people!!! I was just surprised that they called me, I didn’t answer but called them back and got the directory and was super pumped, I called them like 2 months ago and I’m surprised they remembered me. So if you have contacted them and get a call from Pennsylvania answer it. I didn’t get the chance to speak to the specific person who called and would really like to know exactly why they called but after calling them back I got the definitive answer. We won, nice job guys.

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Eriic Says:

Re: Klonz (# 79)

Will you say sorry when by next month we start to see it again?

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Sam Says:
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Re: Klonz (# 79)

Haha i hear ya, but I'm trying to stay optimistic

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Klonz Says:
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Re: Sam (# 78)

“Hoping”......................

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Sam Says:
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Re: Klonz (# 77)

I got an email from them back in April, its pasted below. Just wondering if anyone has seen them in pharmacies yet.

Email from Teva:

Good Morning,

Thank you for contacting Teva Pharmaceuticals Customer Service Department. We have recently been notified that we are hoping to have the original Teva Clonazepam available within approximately the next 3 to 4 months, mid to late summer. Since the product has been unavailable for many months, it will need to be reintroduced. The best way to be notified when this product is available is to go to our tevagenerics.com website. On the main page is a box that says ‘Get Informed’. Putting your email address in this box will notify you any time a new product launches with Teva. That will be the most efficient way for you to be notified when this product becomes available.

I hope this information has been helpful in addressing your concerns. Please feel free to call us at 1-800-545-8800 or email at if you have any additional questions. Thank you very much for contacting us and please enjoy the rest of your day.


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Klonz Says:
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Re: Sam (# 76)

They’re not, no matter what you hear hear. They chose to use the Actavis pill over their Teva brand when they bought Actavis. They have no reason to change things no matter how much you call or email them. Find a different generic or go brand name.

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Sam Says:
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Anyone have any updates on when they plan on having the Teva brand back on the market?

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bandy Says:

Re: JP (# 74)

Then I wonder why you are here?

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JP Says:
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Interesting because my Dr said TEVA was better than other generics. Luckily I no longer take it.

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Klonz Says:
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Re: bandy (# 71)

Let’s keep trying to get TEVA original clonazepam back. Teva reps are asking people to email to ask for it back. It’s the best I’ve had. Brand name Roche truly does not work for me-makes me wired and not calm at all, sadly.

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Eric Says:

Re: bandy (# 71)

We don't know, but we also don't know.

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bandy Says:

Eric (# 70) --

I'm in the same situation...I have like 60 tevas left and tried last month to change over to xanax. Do not try that...it totally screwed me up. I have tried brand name before and it was terrible but the generics are not working out. I go back tomorrow to the psy and am going to try brand name again at full price. Does your insurance cover brand?

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Eric Says:

Re: Klonz (# 69)

My pharmacy just happened to have received a big container of green TEVA 1mg tabs, which I split in half. Splitting pills isn't that easy so you end up with one half bit bigger than the other.

When TEVA stop making their products,, I was on the half milligram tabs, which became immediately unavailable.

But we have been working through their last bottle of 1 mg tabs, and we are nearly to the end after a year.

In discussions with my psychiatrist, we have discussed what we will do when the pharmacy supplies out. We will either move to the brand name the brand name klonopin, or we will move to a different benzo.

I hope that answers your question.

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Klonz Says:
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Re: Eric (# 68)

What brand or combo of drugs are you taking that seem to work better for you?

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Eric Says:

Re: Wut (# 67)

Sorry, That is CVS.

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Wut Says:
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Eric (# 66) --

What’s CV? Never heard of CV.

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Eric Says:

Re: Rob (# 65)

Wrong. CV put me through a withdraw for no reason in 2011. Pretty awful, and according to my doctor, 80% withdrawal, 20% return if my anxiety.

Your reasoning doesn't fit the facts, either

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Rob Says:
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Re: Eric (# 58)

“What did they do to make me mad”

Oh, they just sold out their customer's wellbeing to profit for themselves. You know how many struggles people have went through because of their actions on this? That’s what gets me. You're only on 5 other drugs and don’t notice the difference but I take just this and it has been like changing meds since they got cheaper with their customers.

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Matt Says:
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Re: Iheartklonopin (# 55)

They’ve already verified via text, email and voicemail that it’s coming back, the only question is when. You obviously don’t understand how the process goes, they can’t do it overnight, there are massive procedural changes needed for this to come to fruition.

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Dystonia patient Says:
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TEVA is THE best company that made my two 22 yrs of Rx's for the same medical problem. When I was given a look-a-like at my former pharmacy...and not told...I was deathly sick. So bad, a friend picked up my second month's worth. She, they told. A light bulb went off THEN that I needed to find Teva. I did get my doctor to write another Rx for another pharmacy that did have it. Within hours of taking, I was able to get out of bed. So DON'T speak of what you don't know, nor have suffered through. They each controlled my condition until they, alternating, stopped making both. Nothing since has worked as well. Also, to my knowledge...Teva was made in Israel. Quality.

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