Diazepam is the generic name Valium & manufactured by a number of manufacturers, all these manufacturers are of repute & standing in the international pharmaceutical markets:
Apotheca; Barr Laboratories; Baxter Health Care Corp.; Hospira; Ivax Pharmaceuticals; Mylan Pharmaceuticals; Parenta Pharmaceuticals; Qualitest Pharmaceuticals; Roxane Laboratories; Watson Pharmaceuticals.
At the moment its bensedin in my opinion their cheap from serbia i pay 20 quid for 28 off the web from a well reknowned site also as far as britain is concerned teva and actavis .PLEASE DO NOT TAKE CRESCENT THEIR FROM UK TOO AND SO WEAK I HAD TO COMPLAIN AND GOT A NEW SCRIPT OF TEVA .THIS WAS OBVIOUSLY YRS AGO NOW ITS ALL ABOUT THE NET . ROCHE ARE I THINK STILL GOING IN USA NEVER SEE THEM HERE THEY WERE THE BEST POTENT .
Right now the best generic companies marketing diazepam are TEVA, Watson, and Qualitest, in my opinion. Barr and IVAX are OK but not great. I feel that Mylan is the absolute worst. First, do your homework and find out which generic brands work best for you. When you go to a pharmacy (before you give them your prescription to fill) make sure and ask the pharmacist, "What generic company do you get the diazepam you dispense from?" The brands I listed are my preference, others may agree or disagree, so decide which brands work best for you. Chain stores like CVS, Walgreens, Krogers, etc, dispense whichever generic brand that the company HQ purchases. If you go to a 'Mom and Pop' type of pharmacy the pharmacist may work with you and try to obtain a generic brand that you prefer. Although the Mom and Pop type of pharmacies are usually a little more expensive. Also if you can ask your doctor to give you a 90-day script for your diazepam. It is a whole lot cheaper. I pay about $20 for a 90-day supply of diazepam.
- Diazepam Information for Consumers
- Diazepam Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Diazepam (detailed)
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