Time Release Hydrocodone

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Penny Kenny Says:

How can you tell if a pill is time released or not. The pill identifier doesn't say. I have 2 strengths of hydrocodone acetaminophen. One is 10/500 and the other is 5/500. Lost directions and don't have the doctor anymore. I can't swallow pills and want to crush and put in applesauce to take. One pill is 3600V pink and oblong, the other is white with a line down the middle and a V in the back. Forgot the numbers on that one. Thanks!

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Verwon Says:

There is no time released formulation of the Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone combination, they are all regular release formulations.

Learn more Vicodin details here.

The tablet with the 3600 V marking is the 10mg/500mg tablet.

I can provide you with any specifics on the other, since you didn't provide the markings from it.

Can you check the tablets and post back with the imprint?

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steph Says:

Is IP 204 time release. How can you tell if a pain med is time release?

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kasiyama Says:
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I suffer from bone deterioration in vertebrates L1,2,3 and i also have cancer in a area of my lower back and severe pain from prior hernia surgery. the radiation treatment gave me colitis and at times excruciating pain. i'm prescribed 30 vicodin and 10 milligrams of small morphine tabs for 30 days. my pain management doctor is more worried about his license than the pain i suffer each day and worse at night. the only medication that improved and lowered my pain was suboxone and it is to difficult to get a prescription and afford Can you suggest me a legal remedy to resolve this issue or receive help?

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