Zepose Vs Zpose Diazepam

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Shauni Says:
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I filled a prescription for some diazepam 10mg but instead of being spelled ZEPOSE it's spelled ZPOSE on the packet. It doesn't say Cipla anywhere on the packet either. They are scored with one line only to half them. Not a cross. No other markings. Also says "diazepam LP" on the packet. Real or not? I trust the pharmacy I usually get from but I've never heard or taken these ones before. They also seem to be quite chalky? Like if I half one it almost crumbles. Breaks very easily. Anyone know about these?



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Lee Says:
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I had them recently because an influx of them have hit my town, and I must say they are strong. Are they smaller than usual? Better than zepose.

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yes zpose they are smaller than zepose but are stronger

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