I have been taking benzos for years for PTSD and severe anxiety disorder. My doctor prescribed me 2mg Klonopin manufactured by Accord Pharmaceuticals, but it seems almost fake? I feel like I have to take more than one, when one would last me a whole day. How can I tell if it’s fake or not? It’s white round with C2 on the other side. What is it supposed to taste like?
How can you tell if your Klonopin is real or fake?
Question posted by Jzimmy87 on 19 Dec 2020
Last updated on 20 December 2020
Generics are not fake... they are all the same medication. However, different products may contain different inert ingredients that are used as fillers, binders, and coloring agents that may slow or alter absorption of the drug.
As T said, talk to your pharmacist... if there was a product that worked well for you ask that they special order it for you. Most pharmacies are happy to honor your request.
PS, I believe this is your tablet:
Oops I provide him with the wrong link. My apologies.
Generic has the very same brand name medicine but the fillers are what's different and can effect the way your body's system reactions react.
You should reach out to your pharmacist and address your concerns. Are you taking the generic? Because they tend to have different labels and colours. Whereas, the brand name have the same label.
Can you check this link out and let me know.
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