Lorazepam 59 Moon

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Caylah Says:
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This month when I picked up my scrip for Lorazepam I was given a small white round pill with 59 and a half moon shape on one side and scored on the other side. I use lorazepam for insomnia and I feel like this pill has no medication in it. I have been on it for enough time to know what this medication does, I know what it feels like and these do nothing! Has anyone else had this problem with this brand?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Caylah! How are you?

How long have been taking this one?

There can be some slight fluctuations from one generic to another, but your body will adjust after a week or so.

Alternatively, if it's causing a serious problem, then you can talk to your doctor about just prescribing the name brand, so the pharmacy can no longer give you a generic.

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