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Lortab Watson Blue vs Lortab M363
My friend and I are both prescribed Lortab APAP10/500's. I get the Watson 540 blue pills and he gets the M363 white pills. I have taken the white ones before, but for some reason, it did not help me as much as the Watsons. I don't understand this. Besides the manufacturer, is there any real difference between the two different kinds of pills? ## Besides the difference in manufacturers, there may be a significant difference in the inactive ingredients in each pill. Inactive ingredients found in M363 are: crospovidone magnesium stearate microcrystalline cellulose povidone corn starch silicon dioxide stearic acid Each Watson 540 tablet contains the following inactive ingredients: croscarmellose sodium crospovidone magnesium stearate microcrystalline cellulose povidone starch steari... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Lortab.
Wed, Jun 18 '14, 7:09 PM   85  Subscribe to thread 225241
LORATAB M363
WHITE OVAL ## that is a 10mg ## Lortab Info Click Here 10mgs Hydrocodone with 500mgs of Acetaminophen. ## want to know the condition for these medication and any side effects I should be aware of ## Is it generic or what I get the oval white watsons that were blue ...
Updated 10 months ago in Lortab.
Mon, Nov 25 '13, 8:45 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 170409
Lortab
I can't remember which one of my meds is the Lortab and which is the Hydrocodone. One is an oval blue pill that says Watson 540 and the other is white and says M363. Can anyone help me? ## Hi Kim. The blue pill (Watson 540) is lortab, and the white one with M363 is 10mg of hydrocodone. Both pills are essentially the same. They both contain 10mg of generic hydrocodone and 500mg of acetaminaphin (tylenol). I hope this helps you! ## The M363 is 10mg hydrocodone with 500 mg acetaminaphine. It is manufactured by the company Mallinckrodt. I was getting this at Wal-Mart pharmacy. Maybe its just pscychological but it seemed to me the Watson generic worked much better. Thats the blue oval Watson 540 you mentioned . Its also 10 mg hydrocodone & 500 mg acetaminaphine. I changed pharmacies ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lortab.
Fri, Oct 04 '13, 11:48 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 164245
Hydrocodone 10/325 apap
White oblong pill/caplet with a line through the center on one side and imprint: IP 110 on the other. Is it, in fact, 10/325??? ## i ran out of mu usuall watson big like oval bklue tens and i got this through a buddy.. is it in fact the same thing?? i dont want to take it if not ## Yes, this tablet is Hydrocodone 10mgs and Acetaminophen 325mgs. However, if you are running out early, then apparently your pain is not in control and rather than getting meds illegally from someone else, you should see your doctor to see what you can do to better treat your condition. ## I too have always taken the blue pill which is lortab 10/500..and recently I had to go to a different pharmacy and they gave me a white tablet..and it say M363 on one side the other is plain..they said it is the same as the ... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Feb 26 '14, 2:15 AM   6  Subscribe to thread 175016
what does a lortab 10500 look like
what does a lor-tab 10/500 look like ## Are there any markings on the tablet you are asking about? This is what enables us to identify it for you. Since it is available as both a generic and name brand, there are quite a few on the market. Some of the markings and descriptions include: White, oblong, M363 Blue, oblong, WATSON540 pink, oblong, V 3600 pink, oblong, UCB 910 And this is by no means a comprehensive list. Do any of these match the tablet you have? ## I have a pink ucb910. Is this the name brand? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lortab.
Sat, Oct 05 '13, 10:16 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 212108


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