Color Of Norco 10

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What color is original 10 mg norco
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What color is a non generic norco 10 mg and who is original manufacture. ( original norco)What color is original 10 mg norco ## There usually Watson & yellow.... ## @Cents, I believe Patrick (post #1) is right about Watson being the original manufacturer of the yellow oblong/oval shaped tablets. However, Actavis is now the company who took over and they altered the formula to make them white in their physical appearance. It was after this change that many patients also reported a significant difference in the tablet's overall effectiveness. I for one have not tried either, but if you take a look around the various related threads here on MedsChat, you may find several reviews that discuss this change from the original formula. It is widely thought that Actavis put less active in... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Sun, May 24 '15, 11:21 AM
has watson change the color of 853 norco
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personally i think, the DEA, is cracking down, i know the doctors are scared their gonna lose their license, where i live they are getting ridiculous about it! there is an epidemic, which in return is ruining it for us folks who really need the stuff to just even feel a little comfort from excrutiating pain, there is even a brand called "qualitest" for God sakes! not positive, but i believe, food and drug adm., are lowering the strength, to get american's off the drug!!!!! ## From what I've seen, Watson does have a yellow and white version of their "853" generic Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone tablets. They list the dosage as still being 325/10 in the newer white ones, however, there have been numerous complaints from patients who have tried both versions, saying tha... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Norco.
Sat, Aug 24 '13, 9:35 PM
Norco 10 325 Mg Tab
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Why is it small and yellow, I was taking the lortab blue pill ## The color and size don't actually mean anything, the company may just manufacture their pills differently, so they use less fillers, than other manufacturers. What are the markings on the tablet in question? The name brand Norco that is a yellow tablet in the 10/325mg dosage is oval and has the marking NORCO 539 on one side of the tablet. There is also a generic, that is a yellow, oval with the marking WATSON 853. Another yellow, oval one with the marking 3601 on one side and a V on the other side. Do any of these match the tablet you have? If not, please post back with markings and I will gladly check it for you. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Norco.
Fri, Jun 17 '11, 9:26 AM
NORCO color change to white Watson/Activus
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I have been using Norco 10/325 for 5+ years. The last prescription arrived with a color change. (From yellow to white) The difference is life changing. After 30 minutes, I become sleepy, the exact opposite of the yellow tablets which gave me energy along with reduction in pain. I have had both hips replaced, resulting in severe back pain. The Norco has allowed me to live normally for 6 hours a day. Is there any way or anywhere that I could get the original yellow tablets? ## No, the yellow ones are no longer being manufactured. The company removed the dye from them, due to issues with people being allergic to it, or suffering from sensitivities, which has resulted in the appearance of the white ones that are now on the market. Learn more Norco details here. The new side effect of sleepi... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Norco.
Fri, Feb 07 '14, 8:43 AM
yellow norco 10 325 advise
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I have been reading this BBs discussed w/ numerous pharmacists some understand and others just nod but nowhere is it not known or been said the yellow beats the white even when made by the same company. I believe this from first hand experience. It no longer matters to me if I simply have an affinity for yellow or colored pills in general. Yellow is good, if the pills are the same defunety I will take the small yellow Norco 10/325 (x2) rather than a handful of the white ones. Is that simple enough? The company needs to know yellow = great, white = bad and do whatever they have been doing change nothing. It is ridiculous to stress chronic pain patience over 1 part per million or some $00.02 die per 1000 pills or more just go with what works please. Put a V in it and make it tight with a ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Tue, Nov 25 '14, 1:07 PM
New pill color
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My pill for hydrocodone 10/325. Is white, oblong and had 3601*v imprinted on it. Just got it from Walmart. Is this the correct pill? I am used to taking the yellow oblong. ## Yeah I got mine today and to my surprise they were white not yellow but very similar except for the white is V 3609 and the yellow is V 3601. I was dissapointed because I hate the white ones no matter what brand. I hope they don't stopped making the yellow like watson did. Now they serve u watson 853 in white! ## Many people here on MedsChat are saying the same thing about these V 3609 white pills being less effective. I think Post #1 is right about the white ones lacking efficacy all across the board from one manufacturer to the next. I've noticed a growing trend in action - Actavis's generic norco for... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Sun, Aug 14 '16, 9:56 AM
is 10 mg of methodone stronger than 750mg norco
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just wondering witch one is truly stronger,the norco 750 or the 10mg methadone ## Hello, Mudd! How are you? There is no 750mg of Norco. The maximum dosage available of it contains 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325ms of Acetaminophen. The FDA classifies these medications as being narcotic analgesics. They carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and constipation. Are there any markings on the one you were taking so I can double check the dosage for you? Thanks! ## yes there is markings they are as fallows yellow in color,oval shaped marked one side with a "v" the other with the numbers 36 01 ## Thank you, Mudd! That tablet is manufactured by Qualitest Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 10mgs of Hydrocod... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Wed, Feb 25 '15, 2:25 PM
what does norco 10 325 look like
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which colors are strongest to weakest? white, yellow, or peach ## The yellow and white oblong tablets imprinted with NORCO over 539 on one side and blank on the other, reportedly contain a dosage of 10/325. I think the white version might've came after the yellow one, but both seem to carry the same National Drug Code of 52544-0539. I also located a peach and/or white oblong tablet with NORCO over 729 imprinted on one side and blank on the back that reportedly contain a dosage of 7.5/325. Lastly, there's a smaller 5mg/325mg Norco tablet that's white with red specks; imprinted with WATSON on one side and 913 on the other. Hope this helps! ...
Updated 2 months ago in Norco.
Tue, Mar 21 '17, 8:11 PM
Norco 10/325 pills with uo3 on them
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I resent got a prescription from my pain management Dr for Norco 19/325.Did they stop making the yellow 10s? They gave me pills that had uo3 on them. ## Hello, Debbie! How are you? When a medication is available as a generic, it's usually manufactured by several different companies. The ones you've received are manufactured by Aurolife Pharma and they list them as containing 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. I'm sorry, but I can't tell you anything about the others from just the color. Do you remember anything else about them? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Norco.
Sun, Jul 26 '15, 5:10 PM
hydrocodone apap 10 325 yellow color
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I have been taking hydrocodone-APAP 10 / 325 as a generic for NORCO 10 325 for chronic pain, but recently my pharmacy changed the generic medication from a white tablet simply marked 'M367' on one side to a yellow tablet marked with a semi cursive 'V' on one side, and the number '36/01' on the other. The yellow tablets do not seem to work as well; as if maybe they are "slow", or "time released". Is this true? Is there a difference in these medications and how they work, or are released into my system? ## Hello, Caesar! How are you? No, these are both regular release tablets. However, under the Hatch-Waxman Act of 1984, generics can have fluctuations in the amount of the active ingredient, so this one may be a little lower in dosage than the other ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydrocodone.
Fri, Jul 17 '15, 3:16 PM
norco from pakistan
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norco 539 imprint. The 539 is slightly different than the imprint on the available picture of this product. Could it be counterfeit? The color is a darker yellow but I think that's ok. ## When you order from a foreign country, you always run the risk of getting counterfeit products, so yes, that is a possibility. However, some variations in the color and imprint are normal and do happen just through the normal manufacturing process. Norco contains 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, it is a narcotic pain reliever. Is anyone else familiar with these pills? ## Just as a follow -up on my NORCO 539 imprint inquiry...if the pill is NOT licenced to be made by WATSON how can one verify the ingredients? I guess chemical analysis but that is expensive. Any ideas? ## Verwon real... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Norco.
Mon, Mar 17 '14, 1:53 PM
Does Norco Contain Codeine
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Norco is the brand name by Watson for 10mg Hydrocodone and 325mg of acetaminophen, they also make the generic. Norco is yellow in color and caplet shaped.Originally it was only 10mg, now it's 7.5 and 5, hydrocodone and the same Tylenol in all. Has no codiene in it. Hydrocodone is a semi synthetic drug, a ketone of codeine and is 8 times stronger than codiene, mg to mg.has a more sedative effect and has a half life of 3.8 hrs compared to codiene's 2.5 hrs. ## I've been taking Norco, 10-325, for over fifteen years on an occasional basis because of back pain due to auto accidents, surgeries. I take the same ammount now as fifteen years ago. I alternate between Norco, and Tylenol - also on an occasional basis, so I don't develop a tolerance to N. and have to increase the dos... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Norco.
Mon, May 02 '16, 9:57 AM
Still yellow Watson Norcos
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I get a script every month for Norco 10/325, and the pharmacy had the Watson yellows. Then around May or so the pharmacy had a different labs' Norco. They said that all the Watson yellows had to be taken off the market. The next month they had Watson again, only they were white. I don't care what color, but today i happen to ask the question into the cyber space and see all these answers, and they are the same as the pharmacy told me give o rtake a rumor. BUT, my friend just said he is getting the yellows at one pharmacy here in San Bernardino, they have had them all along and they just got some last week. I dont know what to think of this. It technically was his friend who got the pills and , well gave him one for a headache. I am suspicious btu don't know who to suspect! h... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Norcos.
Mon, Aug 03 '15, 9:49 PM
different colored oxicodone
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percodan ## I've been on Norco 10/325s x 2, 10/day for 5 yrs and Opana 20mg x 7 = 140mgs for 4 yrs now. Started at 10mg and worked my way up in the past 4 yrs. Now the Norco doesn't do much for the pain anymore nor do I even get a buzz, so my doc switched me to Roxicodone 30mg x 6/day. Am I going to go through withdrawls from the Norco or will the Roxicodone keep me from having them? I've taken Roxicodone before, but I think they were 5s or 15s. Am I going to notice a difference and get high also? Should I do what I've read or atleast try to take a pill and a 1/2hr later blow one? I want to get rid of the pain and also get high. How should I feel and what should I expect? I have to see the doc in a month because of change in meds and get my refill. Also to see if I'm... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Percodan.
Tue, Sep 24 '13, 5:51 AM
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Small oval pill with 10/325 on back ## I think its a Hydrocodone/APAP 10mg Hydrocodone and 325mg APAP. ## This could actually be the Hydrocodone/APAP, which the brand name is Norco, or this could be Oxycodone/APAP, which the brand name is Percocett. It means that you have either 10 miligrams of hydrocodone or 10 miligrams of oxycodone, and only 325 milligrams of tylenol, which is the least amount of tylenol that they prescribe with these. It depends on the color and any othe rmarkings of the pill, which one you have. It is a pain killer. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, May 10 '08, 12:33 AM
Aurora, Colorado needs pain med doctor
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I'm having difficulty finding a good doctor who doesn't scrutinize or is skeptical to patients for wanting pain meds, Norco 10/325's for pain is what I have been prescribed in the past for my medical condition. Please Help if you can refer me to a good doctor who listens and understands the patients! Thank You! M ## Hi, Eme! Sorry about the problem you're having and that you're in pain. No one should have to suffer. However, doctors have no choice but to be skeptical and scrutinize. If they don't and their prescribing practices are found to be questionable, they risk losing their license to practice medicine. The best thing you can do is to set up an appointment with a new doctor and then make sure that they receive a full copy of your current medical records. If... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Vicodin.
Sun, Jan 05 '14, 8:42 AM
what pharmacy qualitest norco in the grapevine tx 76051 area
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I have been taking Norco for pain management & I cant find any pharmacies in the Grapevine, TX 76051 area to get the 10/325. I have had another brand of hydrocodone in the same strength but I am convinced they are NOT the same as the Yellow colored by Qualitest. These are white & powdery & do nothing for my pain. Please let me know of any pharmacies in my Grapevine, TX 76051 that carries these, Please Help! ## I have the same problem, the last prescription i picked up was a different mfg. did not work i need to find a pharmacy in the dfw area that carries qualitest any suggestions would be helpful, i have 2 lower back dics that i must have surgery just waiting on insurance to be in effect feb. 1 ## Looking for the same in the DFW area. I will be calling all of the pharmacies... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Norco.
Fri, Aug 12 '16, 8:46 PM
White Watson 10mg 325 #853
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I just recieved a new prescription of norco 853 10/325. The last script was yellow and the new ones are white. The pharmacist said that Watson changed the color but the pill is the same, does anyone know if this is accurate? ## Watson has change a few different medications and the colors are different. But the Norco you're referring to is the same medication that you were prescribed prior. It is just as effective as the script you had filled before this one and it's a good thing that you ask the pharmacist, the pharmacist is correct. ## LuLu is correct and so was your pharmacist. There have been several posts on here recently about various Watson tablets being white now. It seems that some people were sensitive or allergic to the dyes they were using, thus they decided to do awa... ...
Updated 3 days ago in Norco.
Thu, May 25 '17, 12:26 PM
picture of vicodin pills
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yellow color pill with watson 853 on one side ## Ifound it my sons bedroom ## Found in husbands dop kit ## how many mg is a yellow watson 853? ## 10/325.generic norco ## I to foune 2 white pills marked m363 and IP 119 a nobourgh said they get them from canada buy mail avd said there vicodin a paine killer they are addicting ...
Updated 5 years ago in Vicodin.
Mon, Sep 05 '11, 9:43 PM
Orange Crumbly Vicodin 10/325
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I received some Norco the other day that I do not recognize. They are orange in color inside and out, snap easily in half and dissolve very quickly in water. They are about the same color as the old orange baby aspirin. They had the typical markings with a fancy V in one side and 3605 on the other. These are the same markings as the Vicodin I usually get and they were the exact same shape but the color and consistency were wrong. A friend used some and she noticed they dissolve very quickly and leave a grit in the glass. Has anyone else run across these or are they an actual new Vicodin? May thanks ...
Updated 2 months ago in Vicodin.
Tue, Mar 28 '17, 4:08 AM

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