Compare White Oblong M 367 With Yellow 3601

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Karen Says:


Drug store refiiled my prescription with a white oblong pill M367. I have been taking a yellow oblong pill 35 01 with a v on one side. Both I know are Hydrocondon-Acetaminopn 10-325. I recognize the M and V as the trademark manufacturer. I have found the yellow pill to be more effective than the white. Is this possible?



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Jenna Says:

Hi Karen,

Different manufacturers use different inactive ingredients, binders, fillers etc...when making their "unique" formulations so it's possible that something that was used in the white pill could be causing your body to metabolize it differently than the yellow one. Sometimes those little things can effect us in a big way.

I'm frustratingly surprised that doctor's and pharmacists don't mention these kinds of details to their patients. Have you tried discussing this issue with your doctor yet?

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone Details


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hurtmommy16 Says:
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I was prescribed the same yellow ones as you for years and pharmacy switched me to same white ones as you last month. Im having the same problem as you. I can't even feel any relief from the white ones. I asked the pharmacy and they said they have no control on which manufacturer they receive medication from. Going to talk to my Dr this month.

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