3596 Vicodin

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oval white pill with v on one side and 3596 on other

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diana samocki Says:

was changed from norcos to the vicodin 3596, wondering in there is more or less codien in them before taking

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Verwon Says:


Norco contains exactly the SAME ingredients that Vicodin does!!

Please note the V on the pill DOES NOT stand for Vicodin. It stands for the pharmaceutical company: Vintage Qualitest.

The pill marked V 3596 contains Acetaminophen 750mgs and Hydrocodone 7.5mgs. Exactly the same as active ingredients as the Norco did. The only difference is who manufactures them and possibly the dosage, if your doctor changed it.

Hydrocodone is still a narcotic, but much stronger than codeine.

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is is safe for me to use my medicade card to fill out my norco 10mg scrip even if my dr desn't take medicade

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tadaaki Says:

norco is 10mg hydrocodone/325mg acetaminophen

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