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  1. Edward says:

    Lorazepam – Mylan 777. Submitted by Dr. Hillbilly on November 26, 2006 – 3: 17am. Lorazepam – Mylan 777. Generic Name: Lorazepam Strength: 2 mg

  2. Rachell says:

    The recreational use.. high is more of a personal preference. I personally have never enjoyed a medication that caused me sedation, slower thinking, and so on. Which is what occurs with Lorazepam.. or any benzodiazepine.Mylan 777 is 2mg Ativan.. Lorazepam. Which is equivalent to approx: 20mg Diazepam (Valium) — 1mg (Klonopin),.. or 1mg (Xanax).So, in someone who did NOT take it regularly — it would produce feelings of calm .. sedation.. and likely sleepiness. Again, the term high is individualistic. While I could never get addicted to any benzodiazepine, simply because I do not like the effects of them.. there are MANY who do like a calming agent. And consider it euphoric.. and thus desire it again and again.This wont kill your friend. Though your friend should not be driving or doing any complex tasks.. as while it may only slightly sedate him/her — depending on tolerance and general body chemistry — the odds are it will have a pronounced effect in someone naive to benzos.

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  4. Blake says:

    Mylan 777 is Lorazepam, 2mg. If the pill isn’t yours, dispose of it properly. Taking unprescribed medicine may be fatal. More:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-is-a-white-round-pill-that-says-mylan-then-has-line-across-and-says-777

  5. Nila says:

    Dec 24, 2007 I did a search and can’t seem to identify these small white round pills that are imprinted with "mylan 777" on one side and are smooth on.

  6. Fiona says:

    You seem to have mistaken "777" for "LLL". There are no reports of any Mylan pill indexed with "LLL", but there is the "Mylan 777" pill. It is 2mg Lorazepam

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