Triazolam 0 125

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Donald Says:

I am taking this medication and it makes me hard to breathe and I am tired all the time. What Company makes this medication?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Donald! How are you?

I'm sorry, but this is a generic, so there are several different companies that make it.

What are the markings on it? If you can post back with them, I can check who the manufacturer is for you. Thanks!

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