Blue Diazepam 10mg Cdc

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tommybhoy9 Says:
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Blue c-dc ones in east of Glasgow, not in strips they are loose, told they came in a sealed bottle of 1000 with actavis name and 'diazepam' 10mg on it. They look lejit, taste like vals but not getting that Val kick...anyone else came across them? Cheers....



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midlothianmike Says:

Hey guys, my new Gp put me on diazepam for a month due to anxiety attacks from stress then stopped script. Now i feel like s*** again. Cheers for any advice.

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Tracey Says:
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I’ve known of them. Are they tiny?? My friend told me one wouldn't even work so she took a few at the time but at bedtime She fell asleep not remembering lol.

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David Says:

Re: midlothianmike (# 1)

Sorry to hear about your situation. It sounds to me like withdrawal was setting in, which I think seems pretty crazy considering it's only been a month. Did you ask your doctor for anything to help alleviate the symptoms? From what I understand, usually a tapering schedule is the way to go to mitigate the effects of this. If you're still checking in on this thread from time to time, I'd be curious to know how long it took you to feel normal again and whether you discovered any over-the-counter treatment options to help make life easier during that challenging experience?

Hope all is well!

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Johnfd Says:
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I'm from kilmarnock scotland where fake valium have killed 21 people in just 2 months. Why ain't authorities stopping this? They won't prescribe them anymore. My script stopped and I've been in the hospital twice, nearly died last time and they still say no. What do I do? Been tryin to fill a prescription legally but can find no one.

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JayJay45 Says:
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Mate I'm an old skool Glaswegian and if there no in a blister strip they are fake simple ,they don't come in bottles no more unless their generic or fakes from abroad like India,Pakistan and Eastern Europe ,stick to what you know

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