Have You Ever Heard Of A Pink Klonopin?

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addy Says:


it is bubble gum pink and is scored on on side and the other has an R on top and underneath the r is the number 33 if it is a klonpin what milligram and if not, what could it be?



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nab Says:

yes it is and 0.5ml

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xanax Says:

what are the ingredents?

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dillon Says:

Yes. The pill you are inquiring about is 0.5mg. Klonopin(Clonazepam).

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Lauren Says:

i get prescribed this... i used to get light green ones and when i switched pharmacies they gave me light pink ones but yes its kolonpin and 0.5 mg

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RNB007 Says:

I was getting yellow .5mg generic Klonopin now after 2 years got switched to the pink ones. I swear they don't work as well.

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Michelle Says:
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What milligrams is a round bubble gum pink klonopin with a V on one side and an inscription of 24/51 on the other side?

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Tyler Says:
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Did it effect you the same or do you get a slight headache?

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sally Says:
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Hi everyone, I am so glad I ran across this site. I have been searching and searching. I was switched from the yellow pill to the pink pill my pharmacist at Walmart said that they had run out of the yellow ones. I cannot get them. I have been taking it about 2 weeks and yes there is a huge difference for me. I have been more anxious, biting my nails, grinding my teeth throughout the day, I haven't been sleeping, I cannot concentrate my concentration is horrible, and now I'm starting to be snappy at people I am zoned out. I called the pharmacy last week he told me that it is made the same as the other one but it acts different and everyone and the things that I'm dealing with apparently this may be one that I can not take so I then called my doctor's office and had to talk to a head nurse. She talked to my doctor and my doctor said that she couldn't do anything until I seen her so that she could write me a new script. I thought I would try dealing with it and taking my other medication but its not working. On Friday night I messaged my doctor and on Monday I'm going into the office and I am seeing someone because I cannot do this any longer. I am NOT the same person that I was and I do not like the way I feel so for me yes there is a huge difference.

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kelly Says:
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Are peach and yellow klonopins the same?

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Mike Says:

The symptoms you are feeling and going through is your panic attacks not the pink pills, the problem is the pink pills are not strong as the yellow ones. I take an extra pink pill, it seems to work a little better.

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Stacey Says:
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How come all of sudden theirs pink klonopine? And how different are they from the blue ones? And what happens when you take them with methadone.

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Mike Says:
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NOOOO all the colors have different strengths and affects on you. I've had blue which is the best, yellow, pink

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Annette Says:
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My pharmacy gave me pink clonazapam and was taking the yellow.05. It doesn't seem to work as well. Is there a difference in the strength from different companies?

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Joe Says:
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Humongous difference!!!!!! Lots of crap clonazepam out there the pharmaceutical companies need to make money off of us. Putting out fake clonazepam!!!!!! Lousy bastard

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Bette Says:

So glad to see these posts. I have taken the pink pill and there is definitely a huge difference. My pharmacy says that is all they carry now. I did great on the ones before and now I am falling asleep even on the lowest dose. I don't feel right at all. I thought I would try it again just before bed to see how I reacted. Not something I can function with throughout the day!

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Mike Says:
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I finally caught them. You have to ask for the higher level drug panel. I got one and it said synthetic klozapam. I have drug panels all the time and until I got the smaller plastic like yellow ones my results never ever said synthetic anything.

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Mica Says:
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I use to take the yellow klonopin and they changed me to the pink ones. What's the difference?

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hypeforlife Says:

I was also on the yellow pill even tho there are 2 different yellows that I know of but the pink pill also made me very zoned out and made me really tired unlike the yellows and I would take 2 of the yellows if I was really freaked out, I thought the pink were way higher in mg or made differently..

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Mike Says:
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The pink are the weakest on the mg chain. It's green then blue then the powder yellow then the plastic feeling yellow then pink. I have been on all of them. The pills are not making you freak out it's your anxiety because the pink ones are garbage.

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Mike Says:
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If we knew the ingredients we could make it ourselves don't you think??

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