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Why Did They Change My Yellow Norco To White Norcos Dont Work The Same

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rockin robin Says:
 
the new white norcos 10-325T do not work.what did they change in them and why.the yellow ones wrked fine and now they aren't making them anymore.are they testing to see if our pain is real?


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David Says:
 
From what I could gather, you're certainly not alone in this matter. There's actually a fairly large discussion thread here (linked below) talking about this very problem with the "weaker" white version replacing the "stronger" yellow tablets.

Perhaps some of the responses there can at least offer a bit more insight as to why this is happening and how others might be coping with it: Discuss/White-Watson-10mg-325-853-245408.htm

I hope this helps!

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BrokeBackBartender Says:
 
I agree. The new white Norcs do not work nearly as good as the yellows. They make me dizzy, itchy, and do not help with the pain. One yellow is better than 3 whites. What's the deal???

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LP Says:
 
I didn't think it was just me!! They told me the only difference was that the ones now don't have any Tylenol. I'm sorry, but, there is a difference!

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Dee Says:
 
I was told by the pharmacy first that they were changing the formula, then I was told they were switching manufacturers. they don't work like the yellows

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