Dava Brand Xanax

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Kingl Says:
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I've been taking dava brand xanax for a year, the 0.5 mg. This batch I got recently has a strong chemical taste and odor to them and taste horrible than the usual I would get. Did anybody else run into this problem with dava brand?



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EDDY Says:

Perhaps they are very fresh right from an unopened container giving them that smell. What are the #'s stamped on the pill and what pharmacy did you use? Dava seems to make fine medicine although all manufactures will have a problem every now and then. Do they seem to work for you?

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kingl Says:
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Yes they work but taste and smell very chemicaly a strange taste but they work I got them at Walgreens

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kingl Says:
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The number on the meds was S 109 yellow oval tablet.

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bobbie Says:

Been taking Alprazolam for 3 years. Just got a batch with bad chemical smell and nasty taste S901. Noticed it as soon as I opened the prescription bottle.CVS said they are from Dava. Cant take them. Shouldn't they replace them?

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EDDY Says:

Well no they shouldn't replace them although you can try to get a different brand for the next fill? Xanax has about the worst taste of any medication known to man. I keep an supply of emergency medicine in my car, and after a summer if 110 degree + heat my Ranitidine (Zantac) went rancid. Noticed that while on vacation a couple weeks back

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kingoflouisiana Says:
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Same here did you find out if this was safe and normal for the meds to come like that?

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Nat Says:
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Same here I was switch to the other it had a bad smell to it. I was so use to be taking score peach side 029. It was much better less oderness I got it from Walgreen. What should I do .I don't like how I feel on it.should I switch it I was taking go it on good Friday

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Aguywhocaresaboutothers38 Says:
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I got bloodwork and tested for nitrates and I don’t even eat processed meats and the only drug I was taking was this dava Xanax. I’m f***ing livid. I’ve had 4-5 major medications wreck me and my dr not hear me out till now. He neglected me and I’m not even holding it against him. I just want him to see me out to get back to where I was! I have a form of ALS! How many eff’d up medical
cycles do I need to go through?

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EDDY Says:

Re: Aguywhocaresaboutothers38 (# 8)

Pretty sure Xanax is not a medicine with Nitrates in them. Have you received any vaccinations recently?

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Aguywhocaresaboutothers38 Says:
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Re: EDDY (# 9)

No vaccines at all.

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Aguywhocaresaboutothers38 Says:
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Here comes the benzodiazepines crisis next... brace yourself... you will develop tremors from these meds and you won’t think it’s the pill cause when you take another it goes away! This is bull***. This is the second drug I’ve had do this to me. First the Purdue Percocet opiate crisis, then I get off that and boom this one kicks in. Get ready next is gonna be benzodiazepine crisis! Unreal. I have got some real crap luck!

The chemicals or binders build up in you over time from these bad generics in a short time then boom.

This was the only pill left to get off of ! And I’ve been on Xanax over 20+ years no issues and now you’re gonna tell me I have issues!

F*** Aetna and managed medicaid and CVS too. But martins pharmacy did this but they have no control over what generics they get ! The insurance companies decide what generics we get!

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Aguywhocaresaboutothers38 Says:
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Don’t take them I beg you don’t take them and Aurobindo the benzodiazepines crisis has hit you tell your dr the inactive ingredients build up and cause crazy sciatic nerve pain Or tremors till you take another one making it so you think it’s not the pill cause it goes away after you take another but you will eventually start waking up with tremors . This is so out of hand I’ve taken these medications since 2003! I’m sure the dea is telling drs now no benzos too .. Perdue now called Rhodes caused this and now it’s benzos and guess what Adderall is messed up too . But guess what congress passed a law in 2014 that we can’t sue generic companies . Same time as Obamacare welcome to America lol MAgA my assss the political system is rigged but I really like tulsi gabbard who will not get enough attention but she’s from Hawaii and is exactly what this country needs

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EDDY Says:

Re: Aguywhocaresaboutothers38 (# 11)

Aurobindo makes the worst medicine, I even brought that up with my Doctor for what its worth. Stomach medicine that hurts your Stomach? As you did point out there is virtually no recourse when it comes to Generic Pill makers

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Aguywhocaresaboutothers38 Says:
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EDDY (# 12) --

Yeah they are making meds that do the opposite of what their prescribed for . So when you complain your dr simply thinks it’s a med that simply doesn’t or isn’t work for you.

Pain meds causing more pain ... add meds causing fatigue and less focus , benzos causing tremors ! And the list goes on and on I’m
Pissed I’ve weanrd and come off so much stuff and one medication left and boom now this unreal

They want us dead

It’s as simple as that

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Aguywhocaresaboutothers38 Says:
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Re: kingoflouisiana (# 6)

Nope, had pills tested they are putting compounds in pills now that have secret patents to even know what the f*** all ingredients are!!! Damn, we are so screwed, they are making all medicines do the opposite of what they are prescribed for! And we are making them rich for making us sick! And we can’t hold generic manufactures responsible for Jack S***

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