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Hydrocodone Acetaminophen Norco 10 325 Mg

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Ruby Says:
I'm recovering from my third back surgery. I can take hydroco/acetamin 10-325 mg tab with no stomach problems. However, when I take hydroco/acetamin 7.5-325mg tab Mallinc generic, I have severe stomach pains. The pharmacist says there is no difference except the 10 vs the 7.5. It it NOT in my mind, it's in my stomach & it really hurts. Can you clear this up for me? I will be very grateful for your attention. Thank you.

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Verwon Says:
Who manufactures the 10/325 tablet that you've taken?

There can be differences in the inactive ingredients from one manufacturer to another and that can cause problems for some people that are sensitive.

So, say for example that the 10/325 was manufactured by Watson Pharmaceuticals, the inactive ingredients could be completely different from those that are in the other one manufactured by Mallinckrodt.

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missy Says:
Which is stronger

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Secret Asian Man Says:
Ask your doctor to illiminate the hydroco/acetamin from your pain medication by switching you to oxycodone or roxycodone pills. I use to take the 10/325 Vicodons until I noticed blood in my stool and urine. Tylenol is rough on your stomach lining.

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AS suffers yet lives Says:
I agree about the statement about the inactive ingredents, they may have adverse effects to you body,that not everybody shares. The "buffers/fillers can adversly effect you. some people's bodys cannot properly digest or whatnot the fillers/buffers. There may be a lack of intorerance with you in processing such fillers/buffers.

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Sue Says:
I was in hydrocodone 325/10 (bright yellow oblong pill with cursive v on one side. Doctor now switched my to oblong white pill with slit on one side & m367 on the other. It says hydrcodone bartribrate. I do not think the pain relief is remotely the same. Please explain the difference to me.

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Gia Says:
I have to taken the m367 hydros and they are very weak even taken two doesnt take away the pain. Sad to say only the 10-325s work on me .The 7.5 also make my stomach feel upset all day.

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vic Says:
get some dramamine for nausea. It really helps!

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Scoobydoo123 Says:
This reply is for Sue, who wrote that the "bright yellow oblong pill with cursive v on one side. Doctor now switched my to oblong white pill with slit on one side & m367 on the other. It says hydrcodone bartribrate. I do not think the pain relief is remotely the same. Please explain the difference to me. "
Difference is only in the manufacturer of the pill. The name of your medicine is just the generic name. I also have the white, "367's" and they are made by a generic company abbreviated "MALLINC" on the bottle. The cursive V on one side of your bright yellow pill sounds like the maker, "WATSON" and branded as Norco. The Watson pharmaceuticals are all far superior in my experience for pain control meds. My white "367's" do not help me anywhere NEAR the amount of relief I got from the 5/500 WATSON Vicodin's I used to take until switched to the 10/325's. So. . . . I hope to use a pharmacy that will fill my prescription for 10/325 (or, Norco) with the name of the maker, "WATSON" instead of the MALLINC that I have presently. Hopefully this will take care of that "other ingredients" problem that you can read about in other areas of this same conversation on this excellent forum here.

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confounded Says:
I have the very same problem you're having it's not in your head. The vicodon 7.5 make me horribly nauseated. But I have no problem with the 10/325mg Norco. There is big diff, even with same manufactor, there are diff ingred. I don't care what they say. I also know two other people live backgrounds on them and they say the same

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Scoobydoo123 Says:
Gia, the m367's you mention consist of the same ingredients as Norco and are the same thing as hydrocodone 10/325 or Norco 10/325. (white or yellow), just that they are different manufacturers. Frankly, I like the suggestion from Secret Asian Man, to just eliminate the Tylenol entirely (although I believe Roxycodone has Tylenol also - but I may be wrong)

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Scoobydoo123 Says:
Yes, Dramamine does help, but makes one drowsy- be careful with driving. Best to just lie down for an hour.

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sara Says:
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I need a Medical doctor to see me and prescribe my Norco in San Diego. I'm losing my doctor due to insurance changes.

Anyone have Medical and a good doctor? I have years of records...

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Karen Says:
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Ruby if there is an M 357 or M with a code after it it is manufactured by Mallick Rock otherwise known as Mallick Crap!! This manufacturer is terrible!! Please ask your pharmacist if he can order Watson or Vintage Pharmaceuticals. I once took a Mallick Crap Hydrocodone and I got suicidal. I know Watson and Vintage Pharmaceuticals are the best manufacturers. I get the white Watson Hydrocodone 10/325 at Walgreen's. I specifically tell them I want Watson. Watson is the best manufacturer in my opinion. I hope this helps! Take care. :)

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