Tcl 370 Percocet Or Excedrin?

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Ruth Says:
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Getting contradicting info. White oblong TCL 370. One site says Percocet one site says Excedrin.

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BL Says:

TCL 370, white oblong tablet is Acetaminophen 250 mg/Aspirin 250 mg/Caffeine 65 mg.

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Me Says:

Not sure why someone down-voted this person's post.

It is the correct information. I have these and yes, the oblong white tablet with TCL 370 on one side is a generic form of Excedrin consisting of; 250mg of Acetaminophen, plus 250mg of Aspirin plus 65mg Caffeine. Over the counter headache meds.

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kim Says:

I is an excedrin, but excedrin works better on pain than percocet

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Sam Says:
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Re: kim (# 3)

What do you mean Excedrin works better for pain than Percocet?
Percocet contains Oxycodone, an Opioid Analgesic.

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Brownstoned Says:
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Re: Sam (# 4)

Yeah, what is wrong w people these days? Only a strange person is going to think Excedrin works better than Percocet unless the person is just not familiar with Percocet or don't know what pain is

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renee Says:
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TCL 370 - What type of pain is this used for?

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Renee Says:

Is it a Percocet?

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Renee Says:

Re: Brownstoned (# 5)

I totally agree with you. I certainly know the dif - Percocet u can get dependent on, Excedrin not!

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Roy Says:

Re: Renee (# 7)

The tablet inscribed TCL 370 is an over the counter headache medicine which contains a combination of Acetaminophen, Aspirin, and Caffeine (generic for Excedrin migraine, NDC 36800-283 among others).

Inactive Ingredients:

- Carnauba Wax
- Silicon Dioxide
- Hypromelloses
- Cellulose, Microcrystalline
- Mineral Oil
- Povidone
- Starch, Pregelatinized Corn
- Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Corn
- Stearic Acid
- Titanium Dioxide

Source: DailyMed, Ingredients and Appearance

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pam Says:

Re: Roy (# 9)

I HAVE taken excedrin all my life and I am 66yrs old and it has been taken off the market and TCL370 over the counter and tastes terrible what is the problem with it?

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eureeka Says:
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Re: pam (# 10)

Has not been taken, you can buy Excedrin at Walmart, Kroger's, etc

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