I got a prescription yesterday for 1mg of clonazepam twice a day. I've been taking them and everything is good far but, My question is, on the bottle it says clonazepam 1mg ipl. What does ipl mean? I've tried to look it up and can't find anything. Anybody know? It makes me so paranoid not knowing I haven't even taken it today because I started making myself paranoid. Plus 1,500MG of Depakote. You'd think I'd be some what stable. Not me.
I need to know what ipl means on my clonazepam 1mg bottle. It's driving me crazy!?
Question posted by Jward7119 on 5 Jan 2017
Last updated on 5 January 2017 by PurpleButterfies
You can always call the pharmacy where you got your prescription and ask them to explain the meaning of everything that's written on the bottle. And carefully look it over before you leave next time so you can ask them any questions. I hope you are doing better.
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