Ingredients In Clonazepam

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Clonazepam Ingredients
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does clonazepam have a maoi in it? ## No, Clonazepam is a Benzodiazepine that is most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and irritability. Learn more: Are there any questions or comments? ## Clonazepam 0.5 contain aspirin? ## Diana, Clonazepam is the active ingredient, so no, there is no Aspirin in it. Clonazepam is a Benzodiazepine that is most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and irritability. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## It is also used for involuntary muscle spasms particularly in peripheral body locations such as arms, legs, hands, feet, etc. ...
Updated 23 days ago in Clonazepam.
Sun, Dec 31 '17, 8:54 PM
clonazepam ingredients mylan brand vs Teva vs Accord
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Please help with this, i have taken the mylan brand for several years, when the pharmacy could no longer order it they ordered Teva, it immediately gave me pains that seemed to be in my chest....kind of the opposite of what it's supposed to do. So with Mylan being available though only two pharmacies, someone mentioned accord...but what is the difference of fillers. could you simply list all the ingredients for all three brands so if Accord matches Mylan i'm ok? ## Hi Eric, Sorry to hear about your experience with the different makers of Clonazepam. I hope you've gotten around to feeling better since the timing of your post. As far as inactive ingredients are concerned, listed below are the National Drug Codes for each manufacturer's version of Clonazepam. If you click o... ...
Updated 3 days ago in Clonazepam.
Sat, Jan 20 '18, 3:20 PM
ingredients in tegretoll, dilantin,clonazepam, lamotrgine, phenobarbital
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Is there valproic acid, divalproex sodium or phenytoin in clonazepam or lamotrigine, Tegretol, dilantin or phenobarbital ? Thank you for answer ## There is in the Phenytoin in the DIlantin, that's the active ingredient in it. The Tegretol contains the active ingredient Carbamazepine, it's an anticonvulsant. However, the others you listed, Clonazepam, Lamotrigine and Phenobarbital are all generics, so those are the active ingredients. Do you have a problem with the other medications? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Dilantin.
Tue, Sep 27 '11, 7:24 PM
teva clonazepam
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What does clonazepam have in it to make it fall under the controlled substance ? I have been taking this medication for some time. I was told it has a controlled substance in it. What is it? ## Hello, Mimi! How are you? Clonazepam itself is the controlled substance, it is a benzodiazepine that carries the risk of being habit forming, so the FDA and DEA make sure it is regulated. It may also cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I've been taking it for sometime myself.I use to wonder why myself. I'm extremely sensitive to different brands.I have been suffering for the last four months because the brand I always used drastically changed something in the ingredients. Just wondering if you have problems w... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Clonazepam.
Sun, Apr 30 '17, 9:20 AM
teva clonazepam 0.5
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Hi, I just recently had to change to the teva brand of clonazepam. Just wanted to know has anyone experience jaw pain. I looked up the ingredients on some other brands and notice that teva has povidone as an inactive ingredient. Could it be the povedone ? ## Hello, Sarah! How are you? Various body aches and pains can be typical side effects of the Clonazepam itself, as reported by the FDA. You may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. There can be slight fluctuations in the amount of the active ingredient between one generic and another, this is permitted under the Hatch-Waxman Act of 1984, so this one might be a little bit stronger than the one you were taking, which could cause you to experience more side effects. Has there been any change, yet? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Clonazepam.
Tue, Aug 16 '16, 9:55 PM
Keta-Clon-Gaba Topical (Ingredients)
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I am waiting to pick up this topical compound of Keta-Clon-Gaba prescribed today for chronic nerve/muscle spasms. What exactly are the drug names of each of the compounds? I need to be sure what goes in the bloodstream, being recently diagnosed with stage 3b kidney disease. Thanks. ## Ketaprofen, (a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory), Clonazepam (a benzodiazepine) and Gabapentin (an anticonvulsant that is also used to treat certain types of nerve pain.) In most cases, you will not absorb enough to have any significant effect on your kidneys, or other internal organs, but it never hurts to double check to be safe. The FDA lists the typical side effects of topical use as possibly including skin redness, flaking, and irritation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you for your qu... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Clonazepam.
Wed, Oct 25 '17, 6:52 PM
Clonazepam and gluten
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I don't feel well on Clonazepam made by Accord. I don't see it as listed gluten free. However, that doesn't mean that it is not. Please tell me where it is manufactured and if it is gluten free. Gluten makes me very ill. Thank you so much for your help! ## Accord Healthcare, Inc. is based in the U.S. in Durham, NC. As to the inactive ingredients, I am not sure what would be a problem if you have a gluten allergy, so I am just going to list them for you: Anhydrous lactose, lactose monohydrate, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, corn start and FD&C Yellow No. 6 Lake. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Clonazepam.
Fri, Feb 10 '12, 12:48 PM
Clonazepam Blue vs Green
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Hello all, I usually am given the GREEN #98 833 1mg clonazepam, but when I filled px today, she gave me the BLUE v2531 1mg clonazepam. Could someone please let me know which are known to be better? Thanks ## There is really no way to say which one is going to be better for you. It can vary from person to person, which one works well for you, may not be the same for someone else and vice-versa. They both contain the same medication, in the same dosage, but there can be slight fluctuations in the amount, as well as differences in the inactive ingredients. The only suggestion I can make is trying them and seeing how well they work for you. Is there anything else I can help with? ## All I can say is that I am prescribed TEVA 833 1 mg. and I don't feel a thing. I posted a question about ... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Clonazepam.
Mon, Mar 06 '17, 8:01 PM
Mylan Clonazepam Something Is Wrong
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I was just given a different brand of clonazepam (Klonopin) and it is like taking a placebo compared with other brands, such as Teva. Anyone else notice this? I take the 2mg tab ## Hi Brian, Sorry to hear about the medication feeling like a placebo. I for one think it has a lot to do with the different set of inactive ingredients found in each manufacturer's brand/generic. Reason I say this is because nothing else is usually changed on the Rx label when you switch between different versions. Apparently each 2mg tablet by Mylan Pharmaceuticals uses the following binders/fillers: anhydrous lactose + colloidal silicon dioxide + magnesium stearate + microcrystalline cellulose + pregelatinized corn starch + sodium lauryl sulfate Teva's 2mg Clonazepam reportedly contains: corn starch ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Clonazepam.
Sun, Dec 17 '17, 9:15 PM
Clonazepam Blue vs Green 1mg...?
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Hello all, I usually am given the GREEN #98 833 1mg clonazepam, but when I filled px today, she gave me the BLUE v2531 1mg clonazepam. Could someone please let me know which are known to be better? Thanks Thursday, 12/8/2011 5:52:14 AM Post a Reply ## There is really no way to say which one is going to be better for you. It can vary from person to person, which one works well for you, may not be the same for someone else and vice-versa. They both contain the same medication, in the same dosage, but there can be slight fluctuations in the amount, as well as differences in the inactive ingredients. So, the only thing you can really do is try the new ones and see how well they work for you. Are there any other questions or comments? ## I usually take white or green but was given blue and t... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Clonazepam.
Sat, Feb 28 '15, 8:17 PM
Clonazepam 1c blue pill IS CLONAZEPAM
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I've been on clonazepam (teva) for 4 years now. I recently been taking the one that has a c and a 1 (c1 round blue no score) clonazepam. I have been through withdrawal before. And i know what is like. HORRIBLE. Now i do know the pill infact is clonazepam, BUT is very different. It melts fast in your tongue. And maybe there some "getting use to" do to the inactive ingredients. Which vary in all drug manufacture. . .the inactive ingredient in this 1c clonazepam has more of an effect when melted underneath your tounge. You absorb most of it. It also melts faster than other clonazepam. Is almost like a klonipin wafer....if this is helpful let me know. ## YEAH! I was on the blue C 1 by accord for 2.5 years and I too noticed the pill would dissolve almost before u could wash it do... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Clonazepam.
Fri, Dec 08 '17, 1:51 PM
Actavis Clonazepam vs Other Generics
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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... ...
Updated 2 days ago in Clonazepam.
Sat, Jan 20 '18, 9:42 PM
should i not be taking "clonazepam' due to bad "lactaid intolerence"???
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I have been on "clonazepam" for 29 yr.'s or so! I have an intolerance to lactose! Could these "Klonopin's" ben making my stomach upset everytime i take them? I take 1 mg 3 times aday!! Help me!! ## Dear Deb , I'm also lactose intolerant and on 3 (1mg) of klonopin , too. I've been on klonopin for about 9 years now and lactose intolerant for 27 years. I've never had a problem with the klonopin interfering with my intolerance. I do drink lacy aid milk and try 2 avoid dairy products and things that contain whey. They also have lacy aid pills u can take that will help. So, maybe it's your diet. U would not believe the things that have lactose and whey in them. Read the ingredients on the packaging. Even breads, cereal, cookies, crackers etc. has whey i... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Clonazepam.
Tue, Apr 22 '14, 12:09 PM
Clonazepam 93 on front and 834 on back and one with a check on the front and 2532 on the back
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Which is stronger the clonazepam with the 93 on the front and 834 on the back or the one with a check on the front and 2532 on the back? ## Hi Blizzard, Both of the pills in question are one in the same drug. The only difference I noticed is that they are manufactured by different companies. Because of this, there may be a slight variation of inactive ingredients; but other than that you can be assured that they are the same drug and same dosage. Certain "inactive" ingredients that may or may not be present in each brand, are actually detrimental to how the drug is metabolized and used by your body. Because everyone is different, your body may respond favorably with one medication and not the other, due to how you feel or based on whatever side effects present themselves. When y... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Clonazepam.
Thu, Nov 22 '12, 4:05 PM
xanax blue oval and kalotapin
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I know someone that's taking kalotapins 1mg and they don't help her. Is it true that if she was to take a xanax instead of a kalotapin that she would take more of those a day than a kalotapin? ## @Buttons, I think you may have meant to say "Klonopin", is this correct? From what I can tell, both Alprazolam (Xanax) and Clonazepam (Klonopin) are in the same drug class of benzodiazepines. This means that they work in very much the same way, with the slight exception of one working faster and/or longer than the other, based on what inactive ingredients they use in each tablet respectively. Klonopin is also reported to have a longer half-life than Xanax, so in that aspect, she may have the desire to take more Xanax within a 24hr period since it doesn't last quite as long a... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Xanax.
Sun, Nov 30 '14, 10:29 AM
unknown pills in teenaers room
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peachcolored round pill with LUPIN on 1 side and 20 on otherside,Oblongwhitepill with Watson349 on top side, ltgreen round withmissing piece can make out teva on 1side and 833 on otherside, gold/wht capsule with KU 118 on it...anybody know what these are???? ## Lupin 20, peach, round contains 20mgs of Lisinopril, which is an ACE inhibitor that's most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. Learn more Lisinopril details here. WATSON 349, oblong, white contains 5mgs of Hydrocodone and 500mgs of Acetaminophen, the active ingredients in Vicodin, which is a narcotic pain reliever. Learn more Vicodin details here. TEVA 833, round, green contains 1mg of Clonazepam, the active ingredient in Klonopin, which is a Benzodiazepine that's commonly used t... ...
Updated 13 days ago in Lisinopril.
Wed, Jan 10 '18, 9:27 AM
Are Valium and Klonopin the same drug?
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What are the active ingredients in Klonopin and Valium that would turn up in a toxicology report between the two medications? ## To answer your question, no they are not the same drug. Valium contains the active ingredient Diazepam, whereas Klonopin contains the active ingredient Clonazepam. Both drugs are considered Benzodiazepenes and have the potential to be habit forming. Please let me know if you have any other questions about this. ...
Updated 7 months ago in Valium.
Tue, May 23 '17, 5:44 PM
Klonopin Brand is Now Available 12/31/2014
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My prescription for Brand Klonopin 0.5 mg tablets was just filled by my local CVS pharmacy. I had to pay for it out of pocket since my generic Rx had just been filled. ## Does the named brand klonopin work the same for you as it did before it was on backorder? ## @Sound4heaven, I would recommend looking into whether or not the manufacturer has made any changes to the list of inactive ingredients, since this aspect of a tablet also plays a role in the tablet's overall bioavailability. If there are no changes there, name brand Klonopin 0.5mg should theoretically work the same as before. But had this been a generic version of Clonazepam, then inconsistency could be a stronger possibility since it has been heavily speculated that the FDA allows manufacturers the leeway of having a plus ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Klonopin.
Fri, Jan 30 '15, 1:00 PM
Neuro Guardian Medicine marketed by Cipla
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I am 32. i m suffering from sudden attacks of weakness in left side of my body with some strange sensation during morning sleep and day time naps. Doctor have prescribed Neuro Guardian along with Clonazepam 0.25 mg. what is the use of Neuro Guardian marketed by Cipla in India. ## I can't find any specific listings of its ingredients, the details I am finding just say that it is a nutritional supplement that contains a mixture of vitamins, minerals and herbs. Have you tried asking your doctor for more information? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Clonazepam.
Wed, Nov 09 '11, 12:02 PM
additional medications
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Can my wife take tylenol cold multi-symptom while taking clonazepam 0.5 MG tablets twice a day ? ## Hello, Tom! How are you? The day or night formula? The ingredients vary slightly, so I can't properly check without knowing which one. Thanks! ...
Updated 3 years ago in Tylenol.
Thu, Feb 27 '14, 2:10 PM


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