Are There Any Generic Norco Round With No Imprint On Them

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I found round white pills n a prescription bottle for lorcet generic for norco but there are no writing or imprints on them



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BL Says:

All prescription drugs sold in the U.S. have to have an imprint.

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David Says:

@Sassy,

BL is correct - all prescriptions in the US have to have an imprint by law to identify the substance, dosage, and manufacturer.

If you found something unmarked, I would have to assume that it's probably an over-the-counter medication, supplement, illicit, or perhaps a medication that was brought back from overseas. That leaves a large gap as to what it may be with all the possibilities.

Was this found in your own prescription bottle or someone else's? I honestly doubt it's norco (at least legitimate norco), but if you have the money you could also send it in to a lab for verification. Furthermore, if you happen to have any other inklings as to what it might be, we can use that as a lead to search for more information.

I hope this helps!

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