Teva Pills Acetaminophen With Codeine/tylenol 3 Or 4

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Cory Says:

anyone else taking generic tylenol 4 made by teva? my pharmacy just switched brands and taking ONE feels like i'm taking FOUR. but that's only every third pill... they dont feel consistent but regardless they feel WAYYYY over the regular strength of codeine. it feels like i'm taking codiene and vicodin at the same timme and i hate it.

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Verwon Says:

Is there any chance that the times when it seems to hit stronger are also times where you might have eaten less, or not eaten anything yet?

If so, that could explain the inconsistency right there.

It could even happen if you took one with a big breakfast, since the food would prevent it from hitting your body as fast and then took the next one with or just after a light lunch, since there isn't as much food and it the medication would release into your body faster.

Learn more Acetaminophen details here.

Learn more Codeine details here.

Are there any markings on them? If you can post back with them, I can do more research and see if these pills are known to have any issues or if others have complained about them.

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mexican kobe Says:

do these pills get u loopy if not perscripdt too you?

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Ted leaf Says:
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Teva has terrible quality control. I had exactly the same problem, their mixers don't appear to be very good. I had precisely the same problem. I take 4-6, take the next two and bang, you just took 60mg of pure codeine!!! Refused to accept anymore Teva made pills from our chemist and then made a compliant to our NHS/NICE here in the UK. These could kill someone...

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Britt Says:
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I have always taken Teva brand with no problem. The other brands don't work as well and now i am having trouble finding the Teva brand. Other brands don't seem to work as well for me

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