Watson 853 - Is It Norco 10/325?

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jmills Says:
I got a prescription for generic norco and it has watson 853 imprinted on it. I was wondering if I am getting the correct medication or if I am being ripped off at this pharmacy? It is yellow.

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debbie Says:
white round ww 2410

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nicole Says:
round, of white or very light yellow with M 89 imprinted one it?

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Verwon Says:
Watson 853 is indeed a generic for Norco, it contains Acetaminophen 325mgs and Hydrocodone mgs.

No listing for WW 2410, sorry.

M 89 is Meloxicam 15mgs, a generic for Mobic. This is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory.

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maek Says:
is watson indeed a 10mg hydrocodone tab with 325 mg of tylenol impriinted watson 853

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ron Says:
is the ovel small red pill a narco the markings are KALI 083????

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roy Says:

KALI 083 is Acetaminophen 325 mg + Tramadol 37.5 mg, which is generic for Ultracet.

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robyn1125 Says:
Watson 853 - Yes, generic Norco...I have been getting it for a few years now... No, you're not being ripped off.

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michael Says:
I would not even call it 'generic Norco'. NORCO is 10mg/325mg hydrocodone/apap made by Watson. Watson 853 is 10mg/325mg hydrocodone/apap made by Watson. Where's the difference? Only the imprint on the tablet and the name on the box or blister pack. It is exactly the same product. End of story. You just don't get the 'Norco' printed on the box is all. Why Watson feel the need to take one of their hydro products and re-brand it at a much higher price I do not know. What you are getting IS Norco. The same product made on the same production line by the same manufacturer. I just don't see the point. Except that if you ask for 'Norco' you pay more money than if you ask for the Watson 853 tablet. THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE WHATSOEVER. Same product, even same fillers and binders. You are just paying a bit less, that's all. Another example of 'brandwashing' as practiced in the USA. Maybe Watson are smart enough to know that people will think that just because one of their pills is made to look a little different, they will think they are getting something different, which in this case they are NOT.

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alla Says:
what is an oval pill marked m 357 scored on other side

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Karen Says:
I found a pill in my daughters room its white,oblong and has rx 496 on it. can someone please tell me what this is. she says its hydrocodone? HELP!!!

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Steve Barta Says:
it's hydrocodone 7.5 and 750 anacetone

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jenna Says:
does watson 852 cause bleeding

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woodstock 2009 Says:
it is a pill cotaining basic same ingreidents, but beware since oct. of 08 FDA has informed all major manufacturers that there are ineffective, an unapproved ingredients, case for example the veteran administration was late getting their vet patients their pain meds because of hi demand for hi quality hyrocodone, but limited supplies of effective ingredients

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Sherlok853 Says:
Elementary my dear Watson. This pill will provide you in conjunction with a 40oz King Cobra a certain je ne sais quoi. But take two my friend and you can say hello to St peter at the pearly gates while still maintaining your earthly form. Just make sure to drink plenty of water to help your pal daLiver.

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PacificMed Says:
There was nothing I could find with a WW 2410 But.... Maybe this is it?

Strength(s) 350 mg
Imprint(s) 2410 V

Manufacturer / Distributor
Vintage Pharmaceuticals


Strength(s) 15mg
Imprint(s) M 89

Manufacturer / Distributor
Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.

APAP hydrocodone bitartrate
Strength(s) 500 MG-5 MG
Imprint(s) M357

Manufacturer / Distributor
Mallinckrodt Pharm Quality Care Prod HomeMed DispenseXpress

Acetaminophen-hydrocodone bitartrate
Strength(s) 325 mg-10 mg
Imprint(s) Watson 853

Manufacturer / Distributor
Watson Pharmaceuticals
In regards to watson 852 I believe you mean watson 853 which is listed above... I do not think it causes bleeding when:
1) taken properly
2) given the RX by a Doctor for a specific medical reason.

Good Luck everyone!

** information in this response was found at: http://www.drugs.com/imprints.php

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PacificMed Says:
Oh, there is also a pill with the imprint of 852, I don't believe made by watson though:

500 MG
93 93

Manufacturer / Distributor
Teva DRx Direct Dispensing PD-Rx Pharm DispenseXpress

** information gathered for this post was found by: http://www.drugs.com/imprints.php

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Gayle Says:
I just started taking hydrocodone/apap,10-325 on 2/5/10 bottle says generic for Norco, I've never heard of Norco.Please fill me in on this.

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T Says:
ive always taked norcos 10-325mg for my back pains my new doc prescribed me Tramadol/APAP 37.5mg/325mg which is more effective for pain relief or should i say stronger

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windbreeze12 Says:
Percocet and a few other meds I would like to get rid of.

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Ron Says:
My Dr. recently uped my dosage of Norco from 5 to 10-325, I was surprised to see it was a smaller and yellow, but it is Norco, manufactured by Watson...I also had doubts about the medication being autthentic.

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