New Pill Color

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JR Says:

My pill for hydrocodone 10/325. Is white, oblong and had 3601*v imprinted on it. Just got it from Walmart. Is this the correct pill? I am used to taking the yellow oblong.

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Tito80 Says:
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Yeah I got mine today and to my surprise they were white not yellow but very similar except for the white is V 3609 and the yellow is V 3601. I was dissapointed because I hate the white ones no matter what brand. I hope they don't stopped making the yellow like watson did. Now they serve u watson 853 in white!

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David Says:

Many people here on MedsChat are saying the same thing about these V 3609 white pills being less effective. I think Post #1 is right about the white ones lacking efficacy all across the board from one manufacturer to the next. I've noticed a growing trend in action - Actavis's generic norco for example has received a lot of controversy ever since Watson's name left the picture and they made the pill white. Now it looks like Qualitest joined hands in the movement. They say only the yellow dye has been removed, but it seems only someone who's never taken it before might fall for that excuse. If you're able to, see if your doctor will write down on the prescription, a specific tablet imprint/manufacturer that you've had success with in the past. This may be the best way to ensure that you continuously receive a working brand.

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