Round White Pill Teva On One Side And C Over 2 Ont Ehe Other

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gary puto Says:

i have a round white pill with TEVA one one side and a C over a 2 on the other side. Does anyone know what this is

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Verwon Says:

Hi, Gary! Where did you find it?

I am not 100% sure, since I can't find it listed in any of the databases yet, but I suspect that this is Teva's 2mg Clonazepam tablet.

It originally had just the C2 on it, on one side, but they have recently been changing all of their products to add their TEVA logo.

If that's what it is, it's a benzodiazepine that's commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders, it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, headache and irritability.

Learn more Clonazepam details here.

Do you have a large retailer nearby that has a high volume pharmacy, such as a Wal-Mart or Target?

If so, they may able to double check this, since these changes are new and they often process so many prescriptions each month that there's a higher chance they've already seen this one.

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Amy Nicole Ferguson Says:
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I have suffered from severe anxiety where I think at times I am seriously having a heart attack it's gotten to the point of where my fingertips go numb especially in the morning and extreme stress makes me sweat and literally shake to where I feel like I'm going to have a heart attack I always thought that there was only the one milligram Klonopin. I did not want to go the Xanax route because I had heard that it was much more addictive but I know in order to lead a healthy life I have to take the Klonopin it's the best thing for me however I find myself taking more of the one milligram Klonopin then I want to so if I could at all try the to milligram to see how it goes I shall inform my doctor and I am sure he will be all for it but before I do that I would like 15 day sample dose to see if it is right for me

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