Watson White 503

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I'm young an have to take these white hydrocodone pills (two at a time) I'm scared I will be " messed up " like all my friends are saying? I need help..



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Verwon Says:

Hi, True! How are you?

What do you mean by saying that you 'have' to take them?

Even if your doctor has prescribed them, that doesn't mean that you are obligated to take them, that decision is ultimately up to you.

And I am also not sure what you mean by 'messed up'? Could you please post back and clarify?

Learn more Vicodin details here.

Have you discussed your concerns with your doctor?



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