Differences In Different Hydrocodone Pill Numbers

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Angelcake Says:
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I have been on hydrocodone 10/325 for a while the pill # M367 Thursday got a new prescription I received Hydrocodone pill # G036 I knew when I took the first pill there was a difference I was dizzy,nauseous, and had severe diarrhea went to pharmacy where they said it's the same medicine I've been taking I don't know anyone else have or had this problem???



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Verwon Says:

Those can be normal side effects of this medication, the FDA also warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming, other side effects may include vomiting, headache, and dry mouth.

Has anything changed?

The tablet with the marking G 036 actually is listed by the manufacturer, Tris Pharma, as containing only 7.5mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. Thus, it is a lower dosage, so you could also be experiencing some withdrawal effects.

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Shar57 Says:
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I have had this happen too. Like another person said it can be normal side affects. But when u have been taking it all along without any weird side affects in the past and now with a new brand r getting them...... that’s not normal. I had this happen too. In fact the SAME medication, different maker, even the same maker, tasted COMPLETELY DIFFERENT. u r NOTimagining this.
Sometimesthey use different binders. But they should not be SO different as to make u sick. Most of our medications r made in other countries. I’m in the US. Ourmedsr usually from India or China now.
My dr was telling me, that some countries have very different standards than we do, when it come to good manufacturing practice. GMP. It’s pretty much a hand shake and a wish, that their facilities r safe.
My dr also said, No oneis testing these medications when they come into the US, to make sure what’s in them is SUPPOSED to be in them. They used to do this according to him. But with finacial cut backs everywhere..... who knows.
If u were every able to figure out exactly what ingredients were affecting u, I sure would appreciate hearing about it.
Hope I got some relief!
Take care

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