Teva Vs Actavis Clonazepam

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I have taken Clonazepam for a number of years. It has always been the Actavis product. On my last prescription refill, the pharmacist arbitrarily switched me to the Teva product. Is this a problem? Which, if either, is the better product? Is there a product better than either one of these 2 mentioned above?


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Roy Says:

This can happen from time to time as manufacturers change their production schedules around, etc. It is hard to say which is the better product because technically the same generic product from multiple manufacturers contains the same active ingredient(s). That said, some people do experience slightly different effects from a product coming from a new manufacturer. What has been your experience so far? Does anybody else have an opinion of the Clonazepam from Teva? Please keep me posted....

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Mark Says:

Teva has a generally good reputation as one of the better generic manufacturers. I recently switched from Teva to Actav Clonazepam and can't say I notice any difference in efficacy, but I split a 1 mg. pill in half and where the Teva pills split cleanly and evenly by hand, the Actav pills are difficult EVEN WITH A PILL SPLITTER! I asked my doc to write my script for 0.5 mg pills, so problem solved, but I would still prefer Teva if available...

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No generics Says:

My pharmacist switched me from Mylan to Teva, and the Teva product doesn't work. I reported it to the FDA. Several Teva products are currently under investigation by the FDA. I have had my doctor specify "NO TEVA" on my pharmacy record and all my scripts. Recently, I received Actav as a substitute, which is yellow (not blue) like the Teva product. I haven't take it yet, so I can't say if it works or not. My bet is that the Brand name (a blue pill) is the one that works. If you can afford it.

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connie Says:

I woullld like to know what are the side effet will happen?

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Sam Says:

Have taken clonazepam for years, I have liked Teva the best and still do. I tried the brand name and did not like it.

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Kpin Says:
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No there a cheaper less potent manufactor tell them u want C2 if there 2mg klonpin, teva are bottom barrel garbage can't even taste benzo

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Sam Says:

No generics (# 3) --

Teva is white, green and orange 2,1, .5 mg - I take the 1 and 2 mg pills,they work great for me, apparently not so well for others.

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Stirfry Says:
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Roy (# 1) --

I was taking Teva and then the pharmacy didn't have it so they gave me Accord that did NOTHING for me. I went back to the pharmacy and they gave me Teva to my surprise. Teva is now being manufactured. There for a while they ran low so that's why Accord was substitued. So happy Teva is back. It Bellmore for my anxiety and insomnia. Now the doc told me I've been o. them and he can't prescribe that for me anymore so I'm going to take it less than what's prescribed so it'll hold me over until I can find someone to prescribe it for me. I hope this helps you. Now that Tiva is back in business hopefully you can find a pharmacy that is now carrying Teva

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Byrjun Says:

Stirfry (# 8) --

I made a petition, maybe we can get it back. All other brands make me sick and I'm going to lose my job.

https:/­/­www.change.org/­p/­teva-pharmacuticals-ask-teva-to-bring-back-their-old-clonazepam-fb3b945c-fd4b-4403-9055-733c35211726

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Jen Says:
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Actavis was bought by Teva in Aug 2016. That is what I found googling actavis.

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