Norco 10/325 (Thread 201542)

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WHAT DO ALL THE PILLS OF THIS RX LOOK LIKE?




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Verwon Says:

I could not possibly post a description of all of them, since it is available as a generic, there are far too many of them on the market.

The name brand actually says NORCO on the tablet, with numbers underneath it.

If you can post back with the imprint from the tablet you are asking about, I will gladly look it up for you.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Acetaminophen+%2B+Hydrocodone/­

Can you post back with this information?


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angie Says:

Is watson 3023 a generic tablet of norco?

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Slank Says:

Alleged norco 10/325 tablet.
Description: large white oblong tab with a V or checkmark imprint on one side. Tablet size looks like larger than 325. No shrink wrap packaging like 10 tab samples with manufacturer name, ndc number, med description, etc.


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goffy Says:
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Watson 353 white other side just has a line across it

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Roy Says:

@Angie, are you sure you don't mean WATSON 3203 instead of 3023? Because Watson 3203 is generic Norco with Hydrocodone 7.5 / Acetaminophen 325 mg.

@Slank, I'm seeing a number of pictures of Hydrocodone + Acetaminophen tablets from the NIH that are white and have a "checkmark-looking" V on one side, but they all have a score mark on the other side and some other numbers. Do your tablets? May I ask where you filled the RX from, and if there is any other info you can share about the NDC code(s), manufacturers, etc?

@goffy, Are you sure you don't mean the imprint WATSON 853? I see tablets with that marking in white or yellow, and in both cases they are a formulation of Hydrocodone 10 mg + Acetaminophen 325 mg.


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