Author Topic: ~ Mixing Generic Drug Manufacturers DLMT ~ Clonazepam ~ Teva/Actavis  (Read 65 times)

[Buddie]

I think the generic clonazepam may have changed on me a couple of times in the past year.  For the majority, Iíve been on 0.5mg pink Actavis tabs.  Many people claimed not having Teva caused problems when it was discontinued.  Well, itís back.  My last script was filled with 0.5mg yellow Teva not Actavis.  As far as I know, Teva acquired Actavis last year and Iím not sure it  affected the quality of the generic drugs.

Iím using DLMT.  Has anyone combined generics in the master mix?  Iím guessing itís okay and may be even beneficial if I were to have a problem with different generics. 

I have two days Actavis left for DLMT.  I was thinking of using one Actavis tab and one Teva tab for DLMT mix then all Teva for the third day.  Or...I could just finish Actavis and go directly to Teva. I donít think Iíll have issues either way.

Anybody see any problems with this?

Thanks.

SG
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[Buddie]

Re: ~ Mixing Generic Drug Manufacturers DLMT ~ Clonazepam ~ Teva/Actavis
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2019, 09:07:04 pm »
Oh..hey @builder!  Do you have any thoughts on this conundrum?

Thanks!

SG
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