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Beth L Says:
 
White pill, scored on one side, the other side has a sort of cursive R over 35. Suppposed to be Clonazepam 2 mg. Any ideas?

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Chaos Says:
 
Matt, I'm having problems finding my 1 mg clonazepam. Qualitest, blue with a check mark seemed to work ok, then it just got worse,the pills were very chalky. Teva the green solid ones used to work for me. I was getting the yellow ones they seem to work best. But I got E64 today I think there north star, the quality of the pill seems very good, I just got them Today.
I will report back. Is anyone else having this problem with clonazepam? I'm getting very little relief from my Percocet 10/325, I can only find the white 1p 204, which is mylan, 100% better than activist marked a333, I'm almost sure all the Walgreen has them. Alvogen yellow round work best for me I can't find them. I've checked everywhere but walmart.

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CJ Says:
 
Round orange tablet with 66 on top scored and a c7 or 67 on bottom. Klonopin or clonazepam maybe.

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matt Says:
 
What is stronger or better 2mg Klonopin the R35 which is actavis or The E65 which is Eon labs. please someone give me the opinion

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Verwon Says:
 
Sorry, nothing listed with those markings in the US prescription drug database, so it must not be sold here. If you had a prescription they might list the manufacturer on the bottle, or you ask at the pharmacy where you had it filled.

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terry Says:
 
my pills had .5 on one side and the letters Klonezepam in a arch on the other side of the pills. Is there anyway to know who the manufacturer might be?

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Verwon Says:
 
This is a generic version and it is 0.5mgs.

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angie Says:
 
I have a pill that has cursive r33 on it suppose to be klonopin if so what mg is it

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Verwon Says:
 
Melissa

There is no way to say for sure what a 0.5mg tablet will look like, as Michael tried to say in his post.

There are many generic manufacturers and each one of them will make a pill that looks different. There are no rules saying that pills with the same ingredient have to look the same! The size, color, shape and imprint will all vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.

The only relevant regulations from the FDA state that they must have unique imprints for identification purposes, but these will even differ by manufacturer and strength of the med.

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melissa Says:
 
what does a 0.5mg tablet look like?

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barbara guignard Says:
 
How can I obtain pictures or numbers on pills to identify them.

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beachboy Says:
 
I meant to say with an r over 35.... Sorry

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beachboy Says:
 
A white pill scored on one side and on the other an r over 25 is a 2mg. I have a script for them sitting right in front of me. Hope this is useful.

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Michael Quinlan Says:
 
R35 is a 1 mg. tab, R65 is the 2 mg. tab. Go to the library, look up the drug and generics, and write down all possible id's. that's the only way to avoid the b/s. there are many generics, and it's a task to get your moneys' worth.

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Beth L Says:
 
Just found it on the web, it is
Clonazepam 2 mg.
Thanks anyway.

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