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my friend mixed yellow norco and pink lortab in same bottle they got wet and is now a brown power is this powder safe to take
if yellow norco and pink lortab get wet in same bottle will it turn to a brown powder. is this powder safe to eat and will it still stop pain. ## Definitely not qualified to answer this one... have some opinions, but will be quiet and sit over here... ## Hi curious, These medications are meant to be taken when in their original form (they should not be taken if they have been damaged or tampered with). Since both medications have been mixed together into a powder with water, their individual formulas have been altered and that could potentially make them very unsafe and ineffective. Also, there is no longer a way to measure out the correct dosage since two medications have essentially turned into one. Are there any pills left in the bottle or have they all turned into powder? ## What is... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Norco.
Sat, Nov 09 '13, 5:50 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 251965
i need information on what this pill is an what it does.
IT's a white, round pill 1/4 in in size, smooth on one side, 2C above a line 16 under the line ## Based on the description provided, I've identified your white round pill as Paroxetine HCL (20 mg). NOTE: the "2" is actually a "Z" Manufacturer: Zydus Pharmaceuticals National Drug Code (NDC): 68382-0098 Paroxetine is used to treat major depression, obsessive-compulsive, panic, social anxiety, and generalized anxiety disorders in adult outpatients. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Paroxetine Details I hope this info helps! ## They absolutely still make the yellow norcos, I just got mine filled 2 days ago and they are yellow. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Paroxetine.
Sat, May 11 '13, 6:40 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 246750


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