My mom found these while vacummin under my brother's bed and she think's that he's doing drugs now. But noone knows what kind of pill it is. It's white and small and on one half it says Mylan and then 457 on the other half. It has a line down the middle that's really all I could tell ya thanks for the help though... or if any comes..
11 May 2005
Imprint Code: 457 / MYLAN
Drug/Strength/Manufacturer: Lorazepam 1mg - Vangard
Generic ativan made by Mylan.
Ativan is an antianxiety drug in the benzodiazapine class. This class also includes valium and xanax, and these drugs are often abused for their sedating effects. Ativan is a schedule IV controlled substance in the US, making it illegal to possess w/out a perscription.
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31 Oct 2007
:eek:What your mom has found under your brothers bed labeled Mylan 457 is the generic version of Ativan (generic is from Mylan Pharmaceuticals, aka Lorazepam). It's primarily used for anxiety and is a pretty strong benzo, approximately equal to 10-15mg of Valium (Diazepam). She may want to be worried because it may be addictive! You can refer to this site for more details hon! http://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/drugInfo.cfm?id=4145
Hope this helped! She may want to have him drug tested because normally people who use these and valiums recreationaly are doing more than just these!
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