Diazepam Or Not?

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lilacwine Says:

I suffer from panic attacks and a friend gave me a couple of pills she said would help.They are light blue with D 10 on one side and ww on the other , the two w 's are together.Are these real diazepam or fakes?

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Verwon Says:

These do contain 10mgs of Diazepam, they are from the UK and this is a pretty high dosage. In the US you will commonly hear it called Valium.

This is a Benzodiazepine, used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. These pills carry a high risk of dependency and addiction, so they should not be used without a doctors supervision.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, irritability and headache.

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sutpid browser Says:

The Diazepam marked WW D10 you say are from the UK. I have been given these tablets on occasions and they have been of varying quality. Im assuming these are fakes and there are real ones. Can you tell me the Manufacturer of the real pills if known so than I can look into these tablets as there seems to be limited information anywhere about these.

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scooty Says:

small blue tablets with mjsor somthing similar, not the sams size as normall diazepam.

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Jools Says:

The blue d10 ww valium are very common in the uk and cheap. By al accounts they do have the active ingredient and are not so fifferent as the Roche brand in terms of the purpose and efects. However, has anyone ever experienced a rash or quite largw itchy red spots as a side effect.

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smarties Says:
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WW d10 the WW is, really MA ther the best diazepam in the UK u can get

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gman Says:
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We get www in Scotland all the time usually very good.however u always get fakes.lived the law's then the stopped now it's ez 10 and there are thousands of fakes.got good nano ones now.be carefull

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maggie ann Says:

Someone gave me some blue mottled looking tablets with one score line and D 10 on them are these genuine diazepam

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Badman Says:
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So I should throw my scripted actavis away lol..I've got the D10's in blister pack.. They are prob the most counterfeited - well they used to be but people are counterfeiting all brands/generics.. They still do the job but dunnowhars in them. The street Valium has become tiny wee pills (think they may be for animals) was a bad batch of faked MSJ's bit too long ago.. Few people in wales got ill

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Minoguesque Says:

These are the most counterfeited diazepam in the UK, and the logo is NOT 'WW' - you are looking at that upside down! It is an intertwined 'M' and 'A' by M & A Pharma, who sell their diazepam only through Boot's the Chemist, loose and never in blister pack. They are somewhat gritty and speckled blue. Any smooth, lighter blue coloured tablet is probably counterfeit.

I would avoid these unless dispensed by the Boot's chain. They are the highest quality diazepam available in the UK (Actavis and Teva sell most but are quite poor quality). Many people here are prescribed diazepam from the Balkan countries, where the best quality in the world is to be found, by companies like Galenika, KRKA and Ranbaxy (Terapia). ROCHE of Switzerland sell the original patented brand, VALIUM, but the price is beyond the pocket of most people.

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Chemdog Says:

If you live in UK and they are singles not in strips there defo fakes, ww over laping with 10 on other side I think, they've been kicking around for yrs. They pop up every few yrs. Don't take them. They came back positive for Amitriptyline and it ain't a nice feeling. People seem to think if they get a drowsy feeling they MUST be Valium. Amitriptyline will knock you out but its a horrible groggy feeling, you will regret it lol, and if u do suffer from anxiety disorders it WILL make them worse, but in all honesty I don't think they even bother to put anything in them and yes they look perfect. Pill presses are widely available now not like yrs ago, and the binders are also widely available. My opinion flush them, God knows what's in them if anything.

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jay Says:
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Fakes sorry ww does not exist on diazepam as ive taken thousands best makes are roche teva actavis rest are generic or fake to me

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nico Says:

What's happening with the Diaz market in the UK, first my doctor stopped my script from 60mg a day to 2mg a day and i turned to streets and now their all Ricky lakes (fake's). My worst nightmare is coming true, cos it levelled me out and helped me make sense of things and cope with todays hassles.. I logged on to see if pots about and everyone else is in the same boat as me, hope you all can find a new helper also guys :-(.

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