I have generalized dystonia, there is no cure for this disease, only medications that may make it more tolerable. Clonazepam, which I used to get ,made by Teva. Accord has acquired this company , their drugs are made in China. About 2 months ago I noticed it was no longer working,I looked at the label and the manufacturer was Accord.I went back to CVS and spoke to a rude and ignorant pharmacist, he said they only carry Accord. I told him it did not work,he said all generics are equal. THEY ARE NOT! This company manufactures their drugs in China, there is no telling what is and what is not in this medication .DO NOT TAKE MEDICINES MADE BY THIS COMPANY AND DO NOT GO TO CVS!
Hi , my prescription just got switched from Actavis to Accord from CVS. I have only taken the Accord for the past two nights and haven’t really noticed a difference except I have had a headache for the two days. I’ve only been taking Clonazepam for two months though and it 1mg at night. In addition to that I take Buspar 10mg 3x a day. I’m sorry it’s not working for you!! I’m curious if this will happen with mine. I hope you get some relief!
If it did not work, why did you make no mention of severe drug withdrawal in your post? Certainly there is a difference in the fillers and binders used and the Accord brand are made cheaply giving the medications different uptake profiles. Some people like it. I had some trouble with a nasty, ineffective, cheap generic benzodiazepine a while ago and it was subsequently withdrawn from the market due to consumer complaints. You probably should report your issue to the FDA.
There is a massive, relatively recent, thread discussing this here: https://www.drugs.com/answers/teva-actavis-clonazepam-3411247.html
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