Caraco Norco Is Junk

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Freda Says:
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This stuff is garbage! Doesn't kill the pain and makes me sleepy, which never has happened before. Been in this stuff for years. I'll ask CVS to NOT fill it if they use this company!!!



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Freda! How are you? I'm very sorry the medication from this manufacturer didn't work for you.

Just like any generic, however, it works great for some people, but not everyone. But, you are always free to go to a different pharmacy to see if they carry one from a different manufacturer. I actually always hate the nasty taste I'd get from one my medications and was delighted, when I transferred my prescriptions to a different pharmacy and discovered that they carry one from a different manufacturer that is film coated.

The FDA warns that Norco carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and constipation.

Is there anything I can help with?

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Medusa Says:
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I also noticed a difference when CVS decided to get cheap and get generic Norco from this no good manufacturer. I first noticed immediate drowsiness which was strange since that dude effect wore off after years of taking Pain pill. Worst part still, though, was feeling hardly any pain relief after couple hrs of taking it. If it ever brought at least an hour's worth of a bit of relief, I was too drowsy to do much around the house. I found myself taking a second one an hour later every time my pain was too much . I researched a bit where this company is. I read INDIA. I try to go to Wal-Mart for pain meds but they run out and I'm forced to get the junky Caraco pills. Let's get together and form some web page just for people like us being taken advantage of!

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