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I have been taking .5 mg clonazepam made by Actavis for about 7 years. Now all of a sudden my pharmacy could not get it What has happened? Will Actavis no longer be producing it or is it on back order. If it is on back order, what is taking so long? Is there anyone who may still be able to supply it ? Thank you for your help in getting answers to these questions. ## Hello Maxine, I know that when Teva bought out Actavis back in Aug of 2016 that there was a lot of concern with the differences in manufacturing practices and some people were having difficulty getting their brands afterwords. It is possible that the prices have changed and your pharmacy has run out of this particular brand and are now stocking up on a new brand. I cannot find any information online that would indicate that ... ...

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clonazepam .5

yelow round need manufacturer ## Can't tell you without the full imprint! ## teva usa ## SMALL YELLOW ROUND 3926z 0.5 mg is this the same as what they call a xanax bar ## Actavis makes a round yellow Clonazepam pill - imprint is a stylized R 34. It is, however a 1 Mg pill. [1] [1] ## Not at all even similar in strength to a Xanax "bar" ## I have a yellow round pill cut in half and the that begins with a 6 ...

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Actavis Clonazepam vs Other Generics

My 89 year old Mom has been on Clonazepam for years for sleep. The Actavis seems to work better for her than even the brand name Klonopin. She has had great difficulty finding another comparable version ever since Teva bought Actavis. She has tried several other generics as well without success. Thank you. ## I'm stuck to. I'm in withdrawal I had the pink one for 5 years, now, I can't focus, feel dizzy, off on general. Don't have a clue what to do. ## Under the Hatch-Waxman Act of 1984, generics are allowed to differ from the name brand by as much as plus or minus 20% in the amount of the active ingredients. The problem, however, is that they don't have to measure against each other, which means one generic could be higher, or lower than another, and it could even co... ...

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Which do you prefer: Accord or Actavis Clonazepam?

I've been taking Accord .05mg which I split in half every 2 to 3 hours, for about a month and a half after they stopped making my Sandoz Clonazepam brand. It's okay. It's starting to work somewhat, but I have a problem. Two weeks ago I am not told that Accord is getting harder to keep in stock by my Pharmacy and my insurance plan wanted to switch me to Actavis. YUCK, that stuff is garbage. I took 7 pills, couldn't stand it anymore how it made me feel. I got jumpy, my body itched, it took almost 2 hours to start working, and it never felt quite right. I said no I need to get the Accord again. My question is, is anyone else having this problem with Actavis, or is it just me? And did the Actavis taper down on the itchiness and start to work for those who are new to taking i... ...

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pink clonazepam comparing strength

Is small orange pill with 1 2 on one side stronger than pink with r 33 on 1 side which is stronger ## Trying to find out if pink pill r33 and orange pill with 1 2 on one side are the same ## Hello, Sharon! How are you? The tablet with the 1 2 on it is manufactured by Accord Healthcare and they list it as containing 0.5mgs of Clonazepam and the one with the R 33 is manufactured by Actavis, they list it as containing 0.5mgs, as well, so yes, they are the same. The FDA classifies this medication as a benzodiazepine, so it carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Teva clonazepam wafer as substitute for the tablet.

Since Teva replaced their clonazepam pill with the Actavis version (which I'm not doing well with), would the wafer (that it looks like Teva still carries) make a good substitute? Does the wafer or the pill vary at all in distribution and effectiveness? And is it reasonable to think that the active ingredient in the Teva wafer is any different from the one in the Actavis tablet? Has anyone at least moved from tablet to wafer and experienced any difference? ## RE: "Does the wafer or the pill vary at all in distribution and effectiveness?" My gut tells me that it would vary (at least mildly) in distribution and effectiveness due to being a different composition altogether. I think a tablet would take longer to metabolize when compared to a wafer that's broken down quite ea... ...

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Drug company who distrubutes the generic drug for clonazepam.

I have been buying the generic Clonazepam from the same pharmacy for over a year. The drug distributors name is ACTAV on my bottle. This month when l got my refill, I noticed that the pill was a light yellow in color. The pill has been being white. The white pill is very bitter and stronger. This yellow pill is sweet and not doing much to help my sleep problems. I don't think this pill is made by ACTAV. ## Hello, Amanda! How are you? Yes, the one you were receiving is manufactured by Actavis Pharmaceuticals. What are the markings on the new ones? That information is what would help me discover the manufacturer for you. This medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, mood swings and irritability. ## What is the ... ...

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Teva vs Actavis - are they the same?

I’ve been taking half of .5 Teva clonazepam for 10+ years. When I refilled my prescription I got the same dose but Actavis brand. I don’t seem to feel the same I have slight headache , jittery and spacey Not sure if it’s because I’m a hypochondriac and creating this stress or is it because the actavis brand is that much different than Teva ? ## Hello Cp4499, While the two brands do contain the same active ingredient it is possible that you are reacting to the differences in inactive ingredients. Below I have provided some info I sourced from the NIH. Actavis contains these inactive ingredients STARCH, CORN LACTOSE MONOHYDRATE MAGNESIUM STEARATE MICROCRYSTALLINE CELLULOSE D&C RED NO. 30 Teva contains the these inactive ingredients STARCH, CORN LACTOSE MONOHYDR... ...

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Transition from Teva to Actavis not going well...

I've been on .25 Teva clonazepam for a number of years and being sensitive to meds avoided taking the Actavis it was replaced with stuck with Teva pills from 2016 for a few months. My anxiety returned a few weeks ago that I think was related to the expired meds. Tried the Actavis and the transition isn't going well. My anxiety's still lingering and I just feel different on the Actavis despite the near equivalence of ingredients with Teva. Would it make sense to try the clonazepam wafer that Teva still manufactures? I'm curious if the formula itself for the active ingredient differs between brands, meaning the same medicine in the pill would be in the wafer. Or is there a brand qualitatively similar to Teva's that others have tried? Or am I just feeling side effects f... ...

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Actavis and Teva diazepam 10mg. No Actavis 10 mgs in pharmacies

I've been getting Teva 10mg blues filled in the central belt of Scotland. I am prescribed Actavis 5mg valium from my GP and get 70 x 5mgs a fortnight, or 35 a week, 5 a day. I've NEVER seen or been prescribed blue Actavis and the people I know who work in the pharmacy have told me that they give out Teva for 10mg recipients. However, I take these Tevas and feel the same gouch on them as all other blue versions.....I really think the Actavis are snides and would stay well clear of them. Teva tastes, dissolves and react identical to the brand name. ## They are genuine. Alprazolam, clonazepam and etizolam are the best benzo's there is, pure hypnotics. ## I get 90 2mg Teva and they suck and been on and had tried every benzos in the last two decades or longer ## They aren’t... ...

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white round r 34

Found it - it is clonazepam 1 mg. Actavis Group. That was not so difficult. Found it on the floor in my daughter bedroom. MD gave it to her for monthly cramps. Whew. one a month - she is to break it in half and that's all he will give her. Looks like she is not too interested in it. I know it is highly addictive. Thanks for allowing me to ask for help on this website. Bonnie ...

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Does the active ingredient in a med vary between brands.

I had to switch from Teva to Actavis clonazepam and am feeling a bit more negative on the new brand, despite the nearly identical inactive ingredients between the two. Does the composition of the active ingredient, the medicine itself vary between brands. Is it synthesized differently or use a different formula? ## Hello Schleprock, No. The active ingredient is the same but even though the inactive ingredients are similar or even listed as the same it doesn't necessarily mean they are identical. the reason for this is that they do not have to disclose the amount of inactive ingredients, so maybe one company uses a larger dosage of corn starch while the other barely uses any and so on. These minor differences can make major differences in how your body is able to metabolize the pill.... ...

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5 Mg Klonopi

what company manufactures klonapin with the code name r 33. Thank you ## The tablet with the R 33 marking is a 0.5mg Clonazepam tablet manufactured by Actavis, this is a generic for Klonopin. This medication carries the risk of being habit forming and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Learn more Clonazepam details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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all generic xanax bars

I just found out that Actavis was bought out by Watson! Fist they were PurePac then Actavis (yellow bars) and they were the a 10 on a scale of 1-10. All benzos as most of you probably know that are made by Watson are terrible. My pharmacy special orders Actavis Clonazepam for me and I asked for them to do the same but they called me back and said her computer said Actavis but she was sent Watson. Its also all over the net. I wonder if this means out beloved and most potent clonazepam and alprazolam will be Watson when they run out. Ivax was bought by Teva and now the script bottle says Ivax but the pills say Teva. The bottle and pill used to say Ivax and the Ivax were faster and longer acting and much stronger. This is not good news for people who know the truth about generics... ## I m... ...

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trying to identify round pink pill with R on one side and 33

What generic company makes this - a good one or a crappy one? ## This tablet is manufactured by Actavis and they list it as containing 0.5mgs of Clonazepam. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. However, I've never taken it, so I can't speak on the rest. Can anyone that's taken it chime in? ...

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yellow round pill 34 Lilly

Numeric characters on one side (34) with what looks like a Lilly insignia and is scored on the back. ## Is it a stylized R? If so, this tablet is manufactured by Actavis and they list it as containing 1mg of Clonazepam, which is used to treat anxiety, nervous disorders, convulsions, and insomnia. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, and dry mouth. ...

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what does a roxy 10 look like

,pink round pill withR33on one side and a line in the middle on the other side is this a proxy 10 ## Hello, Cindy! How are you? No, this tablet is manufactured by Actavis and they list it as containing 0.5mgs of Clonazepam. The FDA classifies this as a benzodiazepine that's used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. It carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Round White Pill Has R over 35 a line across the middle of the other side

White round R over 35 on one side a line across the middle of the other? I think its made by Roche ## The manufacturer is actually Actavis and it contains 2mgs of Clonazepam, the active ingredient in Klonopin, which is a Benzodiazepine that's used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. Learn more Clonazepam details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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round white pill r 35 on one side and divided line the other

It is a small round white pill with the letter R and underneath the letter it has the number 35 on it and on the back a divided line ## Hello, Kathy! How are you? This tablet is manufactured by Actavis and they list it as containing 2mgs of Clonazepam. The FDA classifies this medication as a benzodiazepine that is most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. It carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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pictures of all mg klonopin

IMAGES OF A GENERIC WITH R 45 AND A ORANGE OR PALE TAN? ## Hi MUSIC, I haven't been able to find a generic Klonopin with the imprint R 45. The closest match I've found is a round yellow pill with the imprint R over 34, which contains Clonazepam (1 mg). It is manufactured by Actavis and has a National Drug Code of 00228-3004. Have you taken a Klonopin with an R 45 imprint before or are you just curious? ...

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