I'm hoping there is a solution to this problem. I hope we can get the green teva klonopin back. I'm going to call around. And any higher ups I can find to fix this problem. You can't change a medication that works for millions of people and turn it into crap. Please post your reply. Would Like to get on this topic with Someone else. And others people to. I have a strong feeling we are not alone on this. I don't know in my last post if I said this: I too got the green TV from Walmart, I had no choice but to get them for the second time.
I live in New Castle Indiana. I did find the green TV at our local Kroger pharmacy. I could not get them because they wanted to move all of my controlled substances to one pharmacy but since they didn't carry all of them they would not let me change my refills to them. I'm like you, those blue c1 Clonazepam are junk. I hope by you calling Walmart that maybe it will do some good. Walmart told me that they took the cheapest ones that they could get. Because of my insurance I couldn't even pay cash for brand name.
And also they never carried the brand name. It is really bothering me because I have a lot of anxiety like you. That is not the only brand of blue clonazepam or klonopin that I have tried all of them have been junk. Teva green ones and a green round one with a raised m, are the best to that I have ever taken.
I have even thought about talking to my doctor about it. Good luck on finding the ones you are looking for. I feel the same way, the blue ones I need to take like 2 more to feel the effect I have for 1mg of the green tevas. Sandoz clonazepam is the very worst poor quality pure garbage. It might as well be counterfeit. You'll need to test which one works best for you. Better yet don't even start if you already did. Try to get off it real fast.. Has anyone else noticed this? Like maybe they're trying to wean off humanity as a whole by making weaker medication?
That's my conspiracy theory anyway I hope you all are able to find a brand that works best. It's unfortunate that trial and error is the only way to do this with so many placebos out there. Im completely on your side. They are not the same. What if they're doing that just to force people to buy non generic, it could just be the cycle of big pharma trying to make more money. I don't think big pharma wants to lose a penny.
The pharmaceuticals companies are just messing with our medications. It's all about them getting rich at our expense. Cheap garbage out there. Seems like we can't win. Not enough people complaining not that it would probably help. Hope that we can all find the one that works best for us The FDA let's them get away with it That's the major problem. This is all in your head. The manufacturer does not matter. Clonazepam 1mg is no different than any other clonazepam 1mg weather it be brand name or generic.
The active ingredients are exactly the same. I take methadone 90mg, Luvox 50mg, Neurontin 3x a day, and quetiapine mg at night. I took 2 of these klonopins. Waiting for them to kick in. I took 2mg clonazepam , I have 3 more and May take another if the effects are too subtle. They are ALL different. I guess you are on so many different meds that you wouldn't notice.
You'd think I'd be some what stable. OK in your case, it's just the name of the pharmaceutical company then, International Pharma Labs. You can always call the pharmacy where you got your prescription and ask them to explain the meaning of everything that's written on the bottle. And carefully look it over before you leave next time so you can ask them any questions.
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