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yellow , oval , with watson 353 this is a pill.

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joe Says:
 
its hydrocodone..750mg.. $5 a pop like a vikodin or norco. money maker!

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Verwon Says:
 
Joe, not only is your post ridiculous, Hydrocodone does not even come in that high of a dosage.



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Verwon Says:
 
Watson 353

This is Pronolol 90mgs, a generic for the Beta-blocker Inderal.

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viktoria Says:
 
yes it does come in that high of a dose I've been prescribed it several times after surgery where are you getting your info

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Disgusted Says:
 
You are ridiculous - no it doesn't - and nor should you be encouraging people to make money illegally off of this if indeed you are a PRESCRIBER!

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Winrar Says:
 
First of all hydrocodone does not come in 750 mg. You are thinking of 7.5 mg. There's 5 mg, 7.5 mg and 10 mg. Watson 353 on a yellow pill is hydrocodone/acetaminophen. Hydrocodone being 10 mg. Acetaminophen being 325 mg. Otherwise known as a Norco. These are amazing. High does of hydrocodone and low dose of acetaminophen. 10 mg is the most potent form of hydrocodone. Take 1 or 2 and tell me how you feel.

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Tim Says:
 
You're kinda right. 750mg is the street term, but that number applies to the amount of acetominophen. Its actually 7.5mg hydro, 750mg acteo. A lot of people get these numbers mixed up. PS: To the original poster, look closely and make sure it's not really Watson 853, which are 10mg hydro.

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angel Says:
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Yes it does. Hydrocodone is the same as vicodin. Obviviously u have some misinformation. What ur talking about is Watson 853

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