Hydrocodone/acetaminophen 7.5/325 Rx States. Watson3203, 99.9% Sure Theyre 5.0/325!!

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Been taking same dose for over 10 yrs, today my refill 1) for 1st time, fit into smaller bottle...pills are smaller, significant loss of any my severe pain relief & now, Web research suggests theyre 5.0 not 7.5! I have to resolve this tomorrow because I'm out of state & head home early Thursday. I've been out of them about 10 days, >pain due to unexpected trip, so I really thought I'd get some relief, even after 2nd one, 0 !! I left [email protected], what is going on? is Watson 3203 7.5 or 5.0? Ten yeas ago, I had to take the 10's up to 8 pills a day, so I know what relief feels like & these can not possibly be 7.5s cuz Ive have had none for almost 2 wks, so my tolerance shoulda been low today, they were like placeboes! Help! Please & thx!

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Deb! How are you feeling?

The oblong, orange tablets with WATSON over 3203 on them do contain 7.5mgs of Hydrocodone with 325mgs of Acetaminophen and I also want to note that these tablets may be white now, because Watson has been removing the dyes from all of their products.

Learn more Lortab details here.*

If you've been taking the same dose for 10 years, then it is most likely just that your tolerance to this dosage is building. That's completely normal and happens to everyone that takes any given medication for a long period of time. After being on them for so long, even a break of 2 weeks isn't likely to be long enough to improve your tolerance.

Have you consulted your doctor, yet?

*This medication has the potential to be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth.

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