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Difference Between M367 And Watson 853

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Puzzled Says:
 
Why do they affect me differently? I can function OK and complete my work outs with M367, but the yellow Watson 853 renders me useless - they just put me to sleep. Aren't they the same ingredients? By the way, the white watson 853, though they take longer to take effect, they work ok.

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Verwon Says:
 
Yes, the active ingredients are the same, but there can be slight fluctuations in the amounts from one generic to another, so that may be what's affecting you.

Since the one from Watson puts you to sleep, it likely has a slightly higher amount of the Hydrocodone than the other one.

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Normally, it should improve after a few weeks, once your body has had time to get used to the new amounts.

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