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yellow norco v 3601
What is the difference in the white oblonged pill with m367 and the yellow with a v an d 3601. ## The only difference between these two tablets is that they are manufactured by different companies. The one with the M marking is manufactured by Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals and the one with the V is manufactured by Vintage/Qualitest. This is 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. But both are the same dosage and contain 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Norco.
Fri, Feb 07 '14, 1:50 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 259721
Yellow Pill With V 35 01
My wife's Vicodin are different this time. Yellow, oblong, but it definately says 35 01, not 36 01, and there is a V on the other side. Are these still 10/325's? ## As strange as it sounds, there is no Vicodin marked V 35 01, only V 36 01; which are the 325 mg / 10 mg. Unless "V 35 01" is a completely new pill that just came out, I'm a bit stumped on this one. Regardless of the possible misprint, the "V" suggests that these were manufactured by Vintage Pharmaceuticals (now known as Qualitest). I would suggest contacting them directly via the link below, to inquire about this: qualitestrx.com/contact.html I hope this info helps! Can you please post back if/when you hear back from them? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Vicodin.
Mon, Dec 10 '12, 3:20 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 239698
allergy with yellow dye
Qualitest's hydrocodone/apap 10/325 V 36 01 makes me itch & causing head and ear congestion. ## Sometimes the fillers in these pills can cause allergic reactions, such as that which you mentioned in your description. Certain "inactive" ingredients that may or may not be present in each brand, are actually detrimental to how the drug is metabolized and used by your body. Because everyone is different, your body may agree with one medication over the other, due to how you feel or based on whatever side effects present themselves. Have you considered contacting your doctor or pharmacy about switching brand names or manufacturers? I don't think they all have dye in them, but it would be good to confirm that with the pharmacist before you fill any future prescriptions. Ho... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Jul 04 '12, 12:22 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 232599
is a yellow norco the same as the peach pill v 36 052
Is the peach oval pill with 36 52 on it the same strength as a yellow watson norco? ## The orange tablet with the V 3605 marking contains 7.5mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, but the yellow name brand Norco tablet contains 10mgs of the Hydrocodone. This medication is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, constipation and dizziness. Learn more Norco details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Hi scorpio530, I've identified pill ID "V 36 05" as Acetaminophen (325 mg) + Hydrocodone (7.5 mg). It is an oval peach pill like you described, and is manufactured by Qualitest pharmaceuticals. National Drug Code (NDC): 00603-3891 I've also identified a yellow oval... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Norco.
Wed, Jun 26 '13, 1:14 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 248215
I have HYDROCODON tabs that I'm concerned might be fake
I received an RX from my pharmacy for HYDROCODONE - ACETAMINOPHEN, 10/325, Generic for Norco. It says it's "Qualitest". The pill is oval, VERY light yellow, has the number 3601 with a 'break line' between the six and the zero. On the flip side is a "V". Here's my problem. I had some pills left over from a prior script and the tablets looked the same with one exception -- the "V" on the new script is "right side up". In other words, you can roll the pill towards you and if you start out being able to read the numbers "right side up", as you roll the pill -- you will still be able to read the "V" right side up. Where as with the previous scrip, the pill would have to be rolled side-ways in order to read the numbers and the V ... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Jan 07 '14, 4:57 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 251656
generic for narco
This is a yellow, oval, and on the scored side says 36 / 01. the unscored side has a symbol kind of like an upside down V . ## HI, Kathy! That's actually a V on the other side, it's the logo for Vintage/Qualitest pharmaceuticals and yes, this tablet contains 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, it is a generic for Norco, Lortab, Vicodin and others. This medication has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Learn more Vicodin details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 10 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Jun 17 '13, 12:26 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 247869
has watson change the color of 853 norco
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 7 months ago in Norco.
Sat, Aug 24 '13, 9:35 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 251232


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