I looked up on google images and came across Valium and Klonopin that were hollowed out with a “V” or a “K”. My Valium are not generic, are manufactured by ROCHE laboratories (the same company) but they are small, flat and look nothing like that. What is the difference?
Only the brand drug (Klonopin and Valium) have a hollow center. The generic forms do not have hollow centers (Clonazepam and Diazepam, respectively). Check your pharmacy label each time there is a difference in your medication. They may have substituted the generic without asking you first (this is legal).
by: the crusader
on: 4th May 08