My Dr just switched my dose of Clonazepam Disintegrating Wafer from .25mg to .5mg. I was reading the outside of the bubble package of the wafers and on the .25mg it says "Contains phenylalanine 2.4mg per tablet" and on the .5mg it says the same thing. How can that be the same if they are different doses of clonazepam and where could I find info about this? Any help would be much appreciated. I take these for my seizure disorder.
doodlebear; all that is important is how much Clonazepam is in the pill all the other stuff is binders but the phenylalanine 2.4 is the same as aspartame which is the artificial sweetener so it is not bitter when it dissolves in your mouth you do not have to worry about the mg of that just the ACTIVE ingredients which is the Klonopin or clonazepam. Your doing just fine that is what controls the seizures. have a great day please don't worry you are getting the right medication. Chuck1957 medically retired pharmacy technician Cpht.
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