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Verwon Says:

Norco contains Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone.

That said, since there are also generics on the market, I cannot possibly post pictures of all of the available tablets with this dosage, there are many different companies that make it and each must have a unique imprint to enable its identification.

Some imprints with this dosing include:

A 328, a white, oblong tablet

IP 110, white, oblong

176, white, oval

M 367, white, oblong

V 3601, yellow, oblong

RX 497, white, round

NORCO 539, yellow, oblong

WATSON 853, yellow, oblong

And this just includes the ones I could find.

Is your pill in this list?

If not, please post back with the imprint and I will gladly look it up for you.


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reiko Says:

what is the difference between blue and yellow norco

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reiko Says:

is blue norco better than the yellow

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carrie hunter Says:

Are the white 110 norcos that same as the standard yellow 10mg norcos?

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terry Says:

this pill i have is white oval shaped and has the numbers 1174 on one side and 93 on the other

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David Says:

@terry (post #5),

I would generally recommend starting a new discussion thread if you have a question about an entirely different topic of pills other than Norco; which is the topic being discussed here. However since it was pretty easy to locate a definitive match I did want to go ahead and post the details for you.

The white oval pill you're describing marked "93 1174" is identified as a 500mg Penicillin tablet, used to treat bacterial infections.

For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Teva Pharma and it has a National Drug Code of 00093-1174.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Penicillin Details

I hope this info helps!

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betty Says:

what is norco 5 - 325mg pill look like??, also what is 3604 on one side & v on the other side??,white with red specks???

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trey Says:
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My norco has 00 257 is it a norco

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joe Says:

what strenght norco has 3605 on one side a v onthe other and is pink

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diane Says:
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I have m367 and they are smaller than the other ones I have want to know if they are fake or if there are different size m367

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Marlene Says:

I have a white, oblong pill marked M366 and a pink oblong pill marked Watson
3203. What are they.? They are both in a bottle marked Hydroco/APAP7.5-325 M tab. Substitute for Norco 7.5-325mg. Are they the same or is there a difference?

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Ck Says:
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The generic pill is A333 on one side and blank on the other side and they are very weak when it comes to my pain relief. It is suppose to be generic for oxocodone/Percocet.

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April Says:
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Number on pill is 44 175.. Smaller than a hydro but same shape n color

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