Monday, January 31, 2011

Mylan 457 Pill

Mylan 457 pill can be placed in the middle of Mylan's Lorazepam pills as it is 1mg Lorazepam in strength, which is twice as much as Mylan's M 321 0.5mg pill, and twice as little as Mylan's 2mg indexed with "777" number. It is a generic version of the medication otherwise known under the trade name Ativan. Mylan 457 (Lorazepam) belongs to the class of drugs called benzodiazeoines which are generally used for treatment of anxiety disorders and as sedatives. Mylan 457 is a rather strong pill to be used initially, as normal initial dose of Lorazepam is 0.5mg (taken twice daily). But the pill is scored, and it can help you break it into two halves easily.

3 comments:

  1. Is the 1mg lorazapam the szme strengnt as a blue valium

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  2. Yes, if you mean the blue or light-green valium pill manufactured by Mylan Pharmaceuticals indexed "Mylan 477". That pill contains 10mg of diazepam (generic valium), and 10mg of diazepam equals 1mg of lorazepam in strength. No, if your blue diazepam is different from 10mg in strength.

    Any 10mg diazepam (valium) pill equals any 1mg lorazepam (ativan) pill.

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