Vicodin 36 05

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chimcho Says:
i have a peach oval pill on one side is a V and on the other side is a 36 and a slash with 05 is this a vicodin?

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Verwon Says:
Yes, this is a generic for Vicodin, it contains 325mgs of Acetaminophen and 7.5mgs of Hydrocodone, it is a narcotic analgesic.

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