Orange Round Pill Scored With 1 & 2 On One Sioide Not Scored & Blank The Other

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Duece Says:
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Was told this medication was klonepan. But, I've never saw or heard of those in orange.















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Verwon Says:

Hi! How are you?

The marking on these is actually intended to be I 2 (as in a capital i) and they contain 200mgs of Ibuprofen, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. It's a generic or store brand of Advil or Motrin.

Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation.

Learn more Ibuprofen details here.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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john Says:

no its not ibuprofen! You obviously have no clue what your talking about!! yes there clonazepam 0.5mg, there just made by a different company that produce's generic brand medicine for cheaper price's

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Rx Says:

thank you finally someone that knows what they are talking about...diff generic brands made by diff companies...1mg klonopins can be light green or dark blue I have even seen the 1mg in yellow but they are for the most part 0.5mg..the white ones are 2 mgs with c2 on one side of the pill...once again this medication is very habit forming so be careful and only use it if you have too...

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Stirfry Says:
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Re: john (# 2)

I agree. Not ibuprofen. It is clonazepam by Accord healthcare. Never heard of this manufacturer and they DO NOT work for me. I am calling the pharmacy tomorrow and see if they will change them out for Tevo or some other manufacturer. These are not even worth the money. In my opinion, this company is a rip off and FDA should check Accord health care to see if they are in accordance to the law

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