Mallinckrodt 10 325 Hydrocodone

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freddie62h Says:


Is Mallinckrodt m367 10-325 the same as Qualitest 3601 10-325?



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David Says:

Both of the pills in question are one in the same drug. The only difference is that they are manufactured by different companies. Additionally, there may be a slight variation of inactive ingredients; but other than that you can be assured that they are the same drug and same dosage.

When you switch brand names or manufacturers, the drug itself doesn't change, but rather the binders or fillers that they put with it.

Certain "inactive" ingredients that may or may not be present in each brand, are actually detrimental to how the drug is metabolized and used by your body. Because everyone is different, your body may agree with one medication over the other, due to how you feel or based on whatever side effects present themselves.

I hope this info helps answer your question!

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Four Corner UNC Offense Says:

The 10mg/325 Qualitest is by far the better painkiller, less Tylenol....It's very good!

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Lynn Pain Says:
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Don't know where YOU'VE been lately, but you can't be "assured" of anything pertaining to these pain meds, in my own terrible experience, the norco 10-325 especially. I have severe pain issues, & was given a new generic brand by Aurobindo pharma & these are extremely defective, to say the least. I don't need to hear about fillers or binders either. When this terrible stuff gives me a migraine headache, & no pain relief at all - something is terribly wrong. Perhaps you work for the industry in some form, & don't need the meds yourself, because if you had an experience like I did you would not believe all the shady excuses that some people are throwing out here.when you're a person in real pain, you know when there's something very wrong with some of these defective meds. Sure the FDA is supposed to check quality & safety, yeah right. Their to busy with they're so - called war on opioid and not so concerned about real pain patients. That's terrible.

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Trayci Says:
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You are speaking the truth! I can't do much when I take medicine that suppose to relieve pain. But cause body aches & head aches. This is sad. They want us to be in poor health & mental status down

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Connie Says:
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Re: Lynn Pain (# 3)
my Rx. today was mrf by Aurobindo 10-325. I have a spinal cord injury after many surgeries still pain. On my diections today says to take 2 every 4 hours. I now have a bad migraine so no meds the rest of the day. No this will not work for me so I guess I am panicking I can't live with this pain.

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