Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 011284/001.

Names and composition

"MEPROSPAN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of MEPROBAMATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
011284/001 MEPROSPAN MEPROBAMATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 200MG
011284/002 MEPROSPAN MEPROBAMATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 400MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
009698/002 MILTOWN MEPROBAMATE TABLET/ORAL 400MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
009698/004 MILTOWN MEPROBAMATE TABLET/ORAL 200MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
010028/004 EQUANIL MEPROBAMATE TABLET/ORAL 400MG
010028/005 EQUANIL MEPROBAMATE TABLET/ORAL 200MG
011284/001 MEPROSPAN MEPROBAMATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 200MG
011284/002 MEPROSPAN MEPROBAMATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 400MG
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Answered questions

I'm on klonopin now for a week and it hasn't helped me much yet.?
i was just wondering for people out there, if they think valium or xanax are better for anxiety or would u recommend anything else. i'm goin to see my doctor soon so i wanted to talk to him about what medication i should switch to or if i should stay on klonopin for a litle longer? Asked by Davis Cooperrider 1 year ago.

I would continue to take it until you talk to your doctor b/c usually after 5 to 7 days after using it if you just quit taking it the dosage has to be reduced to wean yourself off of it because it does become habit forming for a lot of people. Most doctors don't want to put someone on something that is habit forming, He may switch you to something else. Buspar is an antianxiety medication. There are several Alprazolam Intensol Alzapam Ativan Centrax Equanil Inderal Inderal-LA Inderide [CD] Inderide LA [CD] Ipran Klonopin Lexapro ( Lexaprotm ) Libritabs Librium Lipoxide Loraz Lorazepam Intensol Luvox Meprospan Miltown Neuramate Novo-Alprazol Romazicon Paxil Paxipam Serax T-Quil Tranxene Tranxene - SD Tranxene T Valium Valrelease Versed Xanax Answered by Pearlene Curd 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a benzodiazepine mainly used for treatments of seizures or symptoms of panic disorder. Frankly speaking, if you are not responding to klonopin well enough, you might want to ask your doctor to re-evaluate your medical profile. But before that; some factors for you to consider. 1. For the week's dosage, is it on a high dosage level? Coz klonopin IS habit forming and do have large withdrawal effects. Might suggest to reduce it gradually to minimise the effects. 2. I would suggest valium for mild anxiety attacks rather than klonopin. But since you are only on it for 1 week, u might want to stay longer to see its benefit. (That does not mean u can mix these 2 drugs together). Answered by Sunni Baize 1 year ago.

I don't know that much about klonopin, but have taken zoloft and effexor for years and it usually takes a few weeks before you can begin to feel better. Just talk to your Dr. about which is best for you. Valium and xanax are usually for a one-time fix, but antidepressants are taken everyday and build up in your system. Just be safe and check out info on anything you take...there are side-effects to most of them! Answered by Karan Drewery 1 year ago.

hun it takes far longer than a week it usually takes about 3 weeks some times 4 to start seeing results and upwards of 3 months to start getting the full effect... the absolute best way to get this medicine as with any medicine... take it on a very continues bases. ie: the exact same time every single day like put it down on your cell phone for like 9 am.. to take it every day at that time. if you take one tab at 7:30 then the next one 8 hours later and then the next one 10 hours later its not going to be as effective. make it as routine as possible. Answered by Antwan Lois 1 year ago.

Clonazepam is used to control seizures. It is also used to relieve anxiety. Consult your doctor. Please see the web pages for more details on Clonazepam (generic name) Klonopin (brand name). Answered by Berry Parmer 1 year ago.

klonopin can cause depression, and memory loss. i like xanax. Answered by Dann Fracchia 1 year ago.


I'm on klonopin now for a week and it hasn't helped me much yet.?
i was just wondering for people out there, if they think valium or xanax are better for anxiety or would u recommend anything else. i'm goin to see my doctor soon so i wanted to talk to him about what medication i should switch to or if i should stay on klonopin for a litle longer? Asked by Chieko Woolhiser 1 year ago.

I would continue to take it until you talk to your doctor b/c usually after 5 to 7 days after using it if you just quit taking it the dosage has to be reduced to wean yourself off of it because it does become habit forming for a lot of people. Most doctors don't want to put someone on something that is habit forming, He may switch you to something else. Buspar is an antianxiety medication. There are several Alprazolam Intensol Alzapam Ativan Centrax Equanil Inderal Inderal-LA Inderide [CD] Inderide LA [CD] Ipran Klonopin Lexapro ( Lexaprotm ) Libritabs Librium Lipoxide Loraz Lorazepam Intensol Luvox Meprospan Miltown Neuramate Novo-Alprazol Romazicon Paxil Paxipam Serax T-Quil Tranxene Tranxene - SD Tranxene T Valium Valrelease Versed Xanax Answered by Rikki Tredwell 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a benzodiazepine mainly used for treatments of seizures or symptoms of panic disorder. Frankly speaking, if you are not responding to klonopin well enough, you might want to ask your doctor to re-evaluate your medical profile. But before that; some factors for you to consider. 1. For the week's dosage, is it on a high dosage level? Coz klonopin IS habit forming and do have large withdrawal effects. Might suggest to reduce it gradually to minimise the effects. 2. I would suggest valium for mild anxiety attacks rather than klonopin. But since you are only on it for 1 week, u might want to stay longer to see its benefit. (That does not mean u can mix these 2 drugs together). Answered by Mitsue Zoumis 1 year ago.

I don't know that much about klonopin, but have taken zoloft and effexor for years and it usually takes a few weeks before you can begin to feel better. Just talk to your Dr. about which is best for you. Valium and xanax are usually for a one-time fix, but antidepressants are taken everyday and build up in your system. Just be safe and check out info on anything you take...there are side-effects to most of them! Answered by Hellen Pryde 1 year ago.

hun it takes far longer than a week it usually takes about 3 weeks some times 4 to start seeing results and upwards of 3 months to start getting the full effect... the absolute best way to get this medicine as with any medicine... take it on a very continues bases. ie: the exact same time every single day like put it down on your cell phone for like 9 am.. to take it every day at that time. if you take one tab at 7:30 then the next one 8 hours later and then the next one 10 hours later its not going to be as effective. make it as routine as possible. Answered by Elbert Siliado 1 year ago.

Clonazepam is used to control seizures. It is also used to relieve anxiety. Consult your doctor. Please see the web pages for more details on Clonazepam (generic name) Klonopin (brand name). Answered by Emerson Lanquist 1 year ago.

klonopin can cause depression, and memory loss. i like xanax. Answered by Gaston Mixon 1 year ago.


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