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Friday, March 19, 2010 Terry marko, Community Member, asks

Q: what do the tablets of klonopin look like

I have pills here from my grandma and she said they are klonopin but I am not sure if that is indeed what they are becasue her label is ripped and I can't read it? Can you show me a picture of what they look like from defferent manufactures?


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John Folk-Williams, Health Guide
3/20/10 2:46pm

Hi, Terry - has a very good section describing most of the medications you're ever likely to encounter with identifying images of all physical shapes and sizes of the tablets, capsules - whatever form they're sold in. Here is the page that has images of all the different dose tablets produced by all the manufacturers of clonazepam - the generic name and klonopin - the trade name used by Roche. There are 74 in all! The last few lack images but there are very thorough verbal descriptions as well as explanations of any descriptive term that is unfamiliar. The Roche images of klonopin are toward the end of the list - which is broken into 7 or 8 pages.


More than you want to know, I'm sure.



Judy, Community Member
3/19/10 8:21pm

I don't have any pictures to share, but here's a link to some information about Klonopin which has one picture of a tablet.  The generic name is Clonazepam and I think they're usually small round tablets that can be about any color, depending on the manufacturer.  I've been taking it for a while and I've had them in white, pink and green.  Are you worried about what your grandmother is taking, or are you thinking about taking them yourself?  If it's the latter, please don't take anything like that without talking to a doctor.  The link I sent you also talkes about side effects, etc., so be sure you read those.


Let me know if I can help any further.

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By Terry marko, Community Member— Last Modified: 12/25/10, First Published: 03/19/10