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Teva brand clonazepam no longer an option. Help!

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On 10/17/2018 at 9:35 AM, CrazyRedhead said:

I concede, you are correct on this......I called my pharmacy, and they say that, starting this month, they are now carrying ACCORD generic clonazepam instead of TEVA........So I guess I will have to see how Accord works when I get my new fill in 10 days or so.

I read some reviews of Accord clonazepam and Activis clonazepam, and people have differing opinions--some say the Activis is better, some say the Accord works better---I guess it depends on the person.

So maybe you could try the Accord clonazepam and see if it's any better than the Activis for you?

I hate it when this happens, I have always taken the TEVA brand.....I am trying not to form an opinion on the Accord until I try it, so I guess I'll have to see how it goes.........**SIGH**

Just from a quick google, I found that a lot of people are complaining about TEVA doing this change.

Accord is good

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