Norco 10-325 Mg (Thread 273472)

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What is the difference in the yellow Norco 10-325mg and the white Norco 10-325mg?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Fred! How are you?

They are just manufactured by different companies, which is common with generic medications.

This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Is there anything else I can help with?


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Beagle Says:

I've used the yellow ones with a check mark on them for years and they work good. Years ago I use yellow Watson's and they worked really good and fast. I had the white Watson's this year and they work fast but don't seem to last as long. Just my opinion, stick with the yellow ones.

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RKR Says:

I only have 2 pharmacies I can go to with my insurance. The Watson brand works 10/325 The Qualitest do not.
I have been on this medication since 2002 & it brings my pain down to a 7 from 17..I always get anxious..I even went into Detx when I first came to this state, 3 years ago. I NEVER have misused them...I was on Fentynal Patchesm Morphine..Everything..Finally I'm on the Watson with a good Primary..I'm NYC born & Raised..I'm home bound without out my pain meds..But I Must say I feel so humiliated every month I call to renew them..Here in Michigan.


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betty Says:

I'm taking Norco 10/325 but it makes me sleepy. It's a white pill. I thought by getting the brand name it had less fillers. So why am I so sleepy? Should I get something different or is it just me?

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Becky Says:
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Can we please just talk about the energy from norco... Why do I get energy from norco 10, and what else is that energy found in if I quit taking norco? Does norco give anyone else energy?

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