Mallinckrodt M366 Are Junk!

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Tester h6B934z24 Says:


I have been taking the generic form of Orange Oblong shaped form of Norco which is hydrocodone 7.5 which was working fine until they changed it to a pill with the markings M366. These things are absolutely worthless. Does Mallinckrodt plan on going out of business soon or are they going to remove these from the pharmacies. I'm sending samples of mine to the FDA to see what's wrong with them.


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DS Says:

I've used Qualitest 3605 for years and I agree, the Mallinckrodt M366 are substantially inferior (bio-equivalence) for pain relief. My current Part D insurance uses Walmart Home Delivery. I've called them and complained.

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moe Says:
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They do not work. I have been spending most of my time in bed since getting my prescription from Walgreens with mfg Mallinckrodt. I believe that they are placebos or the company needs to investigated for manufacturing very low quality pain medication.

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VerFree Says:

The tablet with this marking and NDC 00406-0124 is, indeed, listed as containing 7.5mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, an opiate that carries the risk of being habit forming. However, due to the allowable differences in generic medications under the Hatch-Waxman Act, there is a chance that it might be slight lower in the amount of the active ingredients than the one you were taking prior to it, which means it may not work as well for you.

This tablet worked well for me, when I had a dental infection, but I don't take opiates regularly, it had been several years, since I took any, before I took this for the dental pain.

Moe, has there been any change? Sometimes your body adjusts after a few days, and it starts to help more.

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