What Is This? White Round Pill With U-s 1 Imprint

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Goose51503 Says:
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Round small white pill scored on one side the other side has u-s with a 1 underneath it. Not finding it on major imprint sites it's supposedly ativan or the equivalent. Anyone know for sure what it is?

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LondonRose Says:
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It's a 1mg lorazepam. The generic for ativan.

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goose51503 Says:

Thank you. I thought it may be but I couldn't find an actual image so I thought maybe it was just new or not often prescribed. I appreciate it.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Goose! How are you?

Actually, this tablet is manufactured by Upsher-Smith Laboratories and they list it as containing 1mg of Clonazepam, the active ingredient in Klonopin. A similar, but different medication.

The FDA classifies this medication as a benzodiazepine, so it carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Verwon Says:

Correction, I did find the white one and the other poster was correct, Usher-Smith does list it as containing 1mg Lorazepam.

My sincere apologies.

The Clonazepam tablet with this marking is actually blue, not white and has the U-S and the 1 on opposite sides.

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goose51503 Says:

Can you tell me if the white lorazepam is scored on one side then has the u-s 1 all on the other side? I saw a 2 mg pill that had u-s on one side and the 2 on the other. Just making sure.

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andy Says:

i have the same pill u-s 1 white, came from walgreens should be, better be lorazapam

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panina Says:
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are you finding the difference between this and the usual Watson that they have? Thanks! Doesn't seem to work as well for me.

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dl1125 Says:
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I have been looking also! The u-s 1 lorazepam doesn't work like the Watson tablets. They actually made me feel not right at all. I wasn't sure if it was really lorazepam or something they accidentally gave me.

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Mag Says:

Yes, Watson manufactured lorazepam 1mg was more effective. Just started 1mg lorazepam manufactured by Upsher-Smith and having some adverse reactions. Is anyone else experienced this please?

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goose51503 Says:

Yes... I actually went back to my doc and was prescribed Clonazepam which I've taken for years and has always worked. The supposed Lorazepam with the score on one side and U-S 1 on the other was literally like a placebo pill it seemed. It really didn't do anything at all for me like other benzos and especially Clonazepam which is very odd. I can't understand how it would/could not have the same effect as others? Weird. I would not recommend them whatsoever.

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epsusan Says:

What a relief to read the other comments here. Last prescription I had filled was for the US - 1, instead of the Watson 1 mg. The US pill had no effect at all. The Watson is very effective. Don't know what I'd do without it. I have also had a similar experience with generic and non-generic or different companies' lamotrigine products. One had no effect. Scary.

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SpadeCooley Says:

What is barrel shaped white pill with m on one side and 57 55 on the other with pill having an indentation for ease of splitting in half.

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Boston Says:
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Was told this medication was for anxiety.have only been taking it for a couple days, still have anxiety.

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