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Hmm Says:

Sandi, I too am glad you found your way to this forum. I do wish that River's Edge would just be shut down and this could be a forgotten problem, but I am glad that this forum at least allows people to figure out what's going on.

I am always especially intrigued by people like yourself, who have had experience with the name brand version of the drug. I have never experienced the Acella version of the pill but very much hope you will share your experience. I have continued taking the Oceanside version but I am taking 3x what I had to take of Breckenridge and still experience recurrences of my original symptoms as well as frequent "withdrawal" like symptoms that I remember from my original switch from Breckenridge to River's Edge. It seems the longer I take it the less effective it's becoming. Which is normal for any benzodiazepine, I suppose, but so very frustrating since I was extremely careful to stay on a low dose when I started because of that and now I'm taking my full dose and it's nowhere near enough. My doctor doesn't appear to understand at all and offered to try switching me to a different medication, but I see no solution in that as nothing else had worked previously and I have no desire to watch my problems escalate while trying to get away from the Librax.

I wish you a lot of luck with the Acella generic and hope that you will come back soon to say that you have found something that works for you!! Good luck and best of health to you!!

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Barbie Says:

I can't find Oceanside anymore. I was told they quit making it. I looked up Acelli and it looks like it is made by Rivers Edge. :( Maybe they came up with a new formulation?

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Hmm Says:

I don't know how I didn't see this sooner, but thank you so much for sharing that update. It might the scariest update I have seen since finding this website, but I am extremely glad to be aware that the nightmare may be on the verge of restarting. I never did fully adapt to Oceanside, even using it 3 times as often as I ever had to take Breckenridge. I will look around myself and see if I can find any alternatives that can't be traced back to River's Edge and share any news I am able to dig up. Thank you so much for the update!

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Hmm Says:

I contacted my pharmacy (Kroger) this morning and they are still carrying Oceanside. Still extremely nervous, I decided to contact Oceanside as well. They got back to me quite quickly and said that "There are no plans to discontinue this product at this time that we are aware of." That reply still leaves a bit of room for fear of the future, but it sounds like at least for now you should still be able to find it. Both Kroger and CVS have been willing to work with me in the past and, upon listening to my concerns, special order brands that are not typically stocked by their distributors. That is something to look into, although CVS has rather high prices in my experience. If you can't find anyone in town it might be worth looking online. I have never attempted to purchase prescription drugs online but anything sounds better than being put back on River's Edge~ Please let me know if you continue to have trouble finding it!

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Barbie Says:

Thank you very much for looking into this. HEB assured me Oceanside had been discontinued and they wouldn't be getting anymore. Now I feel better...we will all be in trouble when River's Edge is all that is available!

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Hmm Says:

This still really makes me nervous as I honestly can't imagine a fate more horrible than River's Edge being the only option. It equates to an expensive placebo, which is nothing short of dangerous considering the benzodiazepine in Librax.

The way Oceanside worded their response to me definitely sounded like it had the potential to be a carefully worded P.R. damage control script, but I still have to think if them ceasing production was a solid fact they would have worded it differently.

Please do let us all know if you are able to get someone to special order it for you or not. If anything does happen to Oceanside, which I really prefer to consider unlikely thanks to their connection to Valeant, I certainly don't want to be caught off guard by it. I had gotten distracted by the holidays and was running very low when I saw your post this morning; I was absolutely petrified until I got a hold of my pharmacy.

I REALLY hope you manage to find it without too much hassle!

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lisa mertz Says:

very effective. trying to fight my insurance to supply it to me. have been on it for 5yrs

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Hmm Says:

Lisa, I hope you had luck with your insurance company! Mine refuses to pay for it and with the price increases I'm realizing more and more that there is no way I can continue to afford being on it, but I am terrified of the consequences of stopping.

Has anyone on here made any attempt of going through an online pharmacy for this or any other drugs? There are so many fake drug sites it's hard to know if any are legitimate.

I'm also curious if anyone stumbling around in here has gone from taking this medicine for a period of years to stopping completely and how that may have affected their condition?

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Barbie 710 Says:

I can no longer get Librax by Oceanside. What brand of Librax is working for everbody now? Thanks for your help. So many don't work for me.

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