White Oblong 3601 P

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Chris Says:
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What kind of pill is this? It has the imprint 36 01 on one side and then the P on the other side. It’s a white oblong shaped pill.



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Sharon Says:
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I have also found one of these pills and can't identify it anywhere in any site.

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Toya Says:
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I've also found the same thing. What kind of pill is it?

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Bed Says:
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Has anyone figured this out? or has anyone taken this? Did anyone get thus as a prescription? Sorry for all the questions. I was told it's 10/325 mg hydrocodone but I've never seen this before.

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Anton Says:
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What kind of pill is white and oblong marked with "3601 p"?

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Bed Says:
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Re: Anton (# 4)

It is a 10mg hydrocodone / 325mg tylenol. It has a P on one side and 3601 on the other side its from a company called Par which has been around for 30 years. But i think they just started manufacturing this pain pill. I have taken them btw for my back.

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D Says:
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I have a pill white with the letter p on one side and 36 01 on the other side is this a narco

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Brian31 Says:
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Re: Bed (# 3)

Were they a genuine brand?

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Bed Says:
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Re: Brian31 (# 7)

Yes, the ones i had were.

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Roy Says:

Re: Bed (# 5)

Confirming that these are Hydrocodone 10 mg / Acetaminophen 325 mg tablets distributed by Par Pharmaceuticals.

"Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen Tablets, USP 10 mg/325 mg are supplied as white, capsule shaped tablets containing 10 mg hydrocodone bitartrate and 325 mg acetaminophen. Tablets are debossed P on one side and 36 01 on the other side, and are supplied in bottles of 100 tablets, NDC 0254-2036-01."

Inactive Ingredients:

- Silicon Dioxide
- Crospovidone
- Magnesium Stearate
- Cellulose, Microcrystalline
- Starch, Corn
- Stearic Acid
- Povidone K30

Source: DailyMed

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James Says:
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Re: Toya (# 2)

Same as a norco, the p stands for Par Pharma. It’s a 10 325, same as a norco

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Banana Says:

Re: Bed (# 5)

did you find them to be similar to the yellow ones marked "V3601"?

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sushi Says:

Re: James (# 10)

did you find the white ones with P3601 to be similar to the yellow ones marked "V3601"? these must have JUST started coming out no more than a week or so ago... all the blogs and forums I am finding are showing the last few days ppl asking about the white ones. I always request par mfg for the yellow ones, and this time got white ones P3601 instead of V3601, will post when i find out if they work or not.

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sushi Says:

Re: Bed (# 3)

yes i got it prescribed and have not tried yet, but was told its the same just with no yellow color... we'll see how they compare to the yellows- will post when I have taken them

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Cat Says:
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Re: Bed (# 5)

I have a question about the description of the pill itself since I can't find a photo anywhere of the P 36 01 white hydrocodone pill. Does it only have "P" on one side and 36 01 on the other? Or does it have a line going down the middle of it on the side with "36 01" printed on it?

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Roro Says:
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par (white) owns qualitest (yellow) the white ones are more than likely made in new york plant while yellow are made in alabama plant ... not sure of how long whites were getting p 3601 but i recieved new york par 10/325 a while back h they were not very effective ...... also another possibility is par may have changed over the yellow qualitest v to white p ..... to early to tell i guess will see if i can find more info

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Roro Says:
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par bought alabama qualitest pharm. ...... par made a weak at best 10/325 hydrocodone........ qualitest makes a good 10/325 hydcn ..... qualitest is football shaped yellow with a v on one side & 3601 on the other ...... my "guess" is par changed the formula and the design to show a similar look to their other plant "qualitest" in alabama ...... i have used the yellow qualitest and the old par formula yellow was better. old par sucked ...... i am getting mallinckodt now, not sure if as good as yellow but def better than old par ...... i have not had the new p/3601 par yet ...... but its hard to compare meds since they cut my meds by over 85% thus i am always in severe pain they took me from about 350mg to 50mg a day ........ it sux

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