Tris Hydrocodone-acetaminophen 10/325 (Page 3)

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Maddie Says:
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I’m SUPER conserned because my pharmacy has switched from the yellow Qualitest Norco to 2 different brands I must choose from: Tris Pharma & Lupin Pharma. They are 10/325 Norco. I have Trigeminal Neuralgia, fibromyalgia, back surgeries in past and I’m told in future. I can’t stand the idea of being in pain all month. Any advise on which brand to get? I have been given the white Watson brand and the other white ones that say M367 (I think it’s a 7 at the end) they were 10/325 non the less. The Watson brand was ok but the M367 was like taking nothing sometimes. Please help me decide. Those are the only brands I can find. I am so afraid I’ll be in pain all month like I was with the M367 and Watson brands.



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Susie Says:
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I'm in pain. Management have been 8 years I have stenosis I've took every pain meds available but my pain has always been intermitten days I only needed one or two others you might need 4 the ones didn't take I put up for a bad day cause honestly I hate having too take pills well pain management found old prescription in my urine now they are punishing me only giving me half of what I need with age Mr stenosis is worse I give up man darned if you do darned if you don't awful how real pain people are suffering what the docs done prescribing to people who don't need it damn I give up.

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LuLu Says:

I have gone to Walgreens for years to get my pain meds. After discontinuing Watson for a few months they finally brought it back only to discontinue again and now they carry Triss brand. You want to see how awful that is, look up the letter the FDA just wrote to them a couple months ago. They're about to go out of business because there's no medication in their medication. Anyway, I can't take anything other than Watson or name brand Norco (which is super expensive). So I decided to call around to see if anyone still carries Watson or could order it. I don't know when they started this but you can now no longer even call and ask pharmacies what brand of generic they carry. You have to come into the store, show them your prescription and THEN they tell you no. I drove to at least 10 pharmacies today and not one carrying it anymore. An indie pharmacy (who are able to order anything) told me it's not even on a list as available to buy. I'm so tired of this! I cannot function without pain meds. I have a hard time functioning when I do have them between my herniated discs, neuropathy in both legs and feet, lupus, carpal tunnel, arthritis and messed up sciatic nerves. Now I can't even find them. When I went to Google to read Triss reviews the only thing that came up was articles on how pain meds will kill you and how to quit taking pain meds. Ugh. I've never abused my pain meds. I generally take less than my prescribed amount. But without them I wouldn't be able to work. So frustrating! I guess I'm back to spending a fortune on Norco.

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Kr Says:
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Please everyone file complaints w the FDA in these new norco they changed then and they no longer work tris. It is sickening I saved a few pills from prior month and its night and day difference. PLEASE file complaint w FDA y need to call your pharamcy and ask them for the ndc and expiration date on bottle first and if they say they dint have your bottle tell them to give u the current bottle. Something weird is going in because I made a complaint w tris directly too and they lied saying they did not change anything. Now unless they r up to no good why would they lie about it?this has ruined my life I cant work anymore w no pain relief . Evil evil evil. Please tell everyone to make complaints w tris and w the FDA. It's the only way they may be investigated.

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