Hydrocodone 10 325 Vs Vicodin 500

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What is difference in ingredients between Hydrocodone and Vicodin? I am trying to find out what is stronger: Hydrocodone Acetaminophen 10 325 or are Vicodin 500 tablets stronger?




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Roy Says:

Hi Viv,

To answer your question I first need to explain that Vicodin actually contains both Hydrocodone and Acetaminophen as the active ingredients. So in your comparison, both drugs contain the same active ingredients, just in different doses.

Hydrocodone Acetaminophen 10 325 is a generic for Norco containing Hydrocodone 10mg and Acetaminophen 325mg.

Vicodin 500 contains Hydrocodone 5mg and Acetaminophen 500mg.

So the generic Norco which you have contains twice as much Hydrocodone (the opioid ingredient) but less Acetaminophen than the Vicodin.

I hope that this makes sense, and let me know if you need any more info!

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