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? anti depressant ## what is caladapin? ## Sorry, I cannot find any information on this med anywhere, are you sure it is a prescription medication? If so, it might be something foreign, they are not regulated like the ones available in the US. ## info on caladipin please ## Caladopin is the generic for Klonopin. ## coladas are just like xanex ## The corrected spelling of the medication which you are referring to is Clonazepam which is generic for Klonopin. Simply follow the links to read more about these medications... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Klonopin.
Mon, Mar 15 '10, 5:00 PM
caladapin 34
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yellow pill #93832 ## This is a common misunderstanding, but the correct name brand of this medication is Klonopin, this pill is a generic version, Clonazepam 0.5mgs. Some of the most common side effects include: drowsiness, impaired judgment, irritability and agitation. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Klonopin.
Mon, Jun 30 '08, 11:17 AM
caladapin photos
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light green, 1mg, numbers on top and bottom ## If you don't prove those numbers, I cannot tell you anything about this pill. They are essential to its id and dosage information. There are many light green pills with numbers, it is the numbers, however, that tell them apart. ...
Updated 9 years ago.
Sun, May 25 '08, 9:22 AM
pictures of caladapins
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why do people take caladapins ## The correct drug name is Klonopin, it contains the active ingredient Clonazepam, it is an anti-anxiety medication used to treat nervous disorders, as well as other conditions. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Klonopin.
Tue, Oct 14 '08, 5:06 PM
what is caladapin used for and what are the side effects
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what is caladapin esed for and what are the side effects ## The correct medication name is Klonopin, this is a common mistake, it contains the active ingredient Clonazepam, this is a Benzodiazepine, it is common used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness. You can read more here: Do you have any other questions? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Klonopin.
Wed, Oct 28 '09, 6:48 PM

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